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Nathan Fillion (born 27 March 1971) is a Canadian actor best known for his role as Richard Castle on the ABC series Castle as well as his earlier portrayal of the lead role of Captain Malcolm Reynolds in the television series Firefly and its feature film continuation, Serenity.
He has acted in traditionally distributed films like Slither and Trucker, Internet-distributed films like Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, television soap operas and sitcoms, and theater, and voice acted in the video games Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST and Halo: Reach.
So the Castle screener was released today (finally, yippee!) and I was fortunate to be able to finish viewing it just now. As there are other reviews from TV critics out in the internet, I decided to post my two cents of what I thought of the episode. I know we’re probably not suppose to reveal too much to keep the suspense, so I will try to keep it light! The show is called “Castle” after-all, so don’t find it too surprising if you’ll see Castle not burned around. Click below ‘read more‘ for the SPOILERS, and close if you don’t want to read them yet!
TVLine has learned exclusively that on the heels of a drama-filled opening salvo of Season 7 episodes, ABC’s Castle will lighten things up with an “alternate reality” escapade that poses the provocative question: What if Rick and Kate had never met?
The specifics of what tees up this season’s reality-twisting sixth episode are under wraps, but series regular Jon Huertas, who plays Detective Javier Esposito, says it his favorite installment of the upcoming run.
Seeing as the season opens with the mystery of Rick’s “death” and what really happened to him, uncorking a new piece of mythology along the way, “The first couple [episodes] can’t bring too much comedy,” Huertas tells TVLine. “But this ‘alternate universe’ is classic Castle, where you mix a great procedural crime with comedy.”
Huertas says the hour will imagine “a completely different world” where all of the major characters exist, but in rejiggered ways. “It was a lot of fun, getting into that script and seeing how we might all be a bit different,” he shares. “It’s a really fun episode, and people are really going to enjoy it. It’s one of those episodes where you have to laugh.”
Alternate reality episodes of course are nothing new to TV — ABC’s Grey’s Anatomyitself has employed the narrative device twice, The Big Bang Theory last winter contemplated Sheldon’s non-existence and, going back further, Friends, Buffy andFelicity are among the many that have staged “What If” episodes. And then you have one of my favorites, Star Trek‘s “Mirror, Mirror.” (“In every revolution, there is one man with a vision!”) Still, I would posit that “alt reality” outings are never notentertaining, and sometimes even illuminating.
What are your predictions for Castle‘s own “alt reality” hour? What if Kate Beckett had never turned to mystery novelist Richard Castle to help solve a string of murders that aped his novels?
You want Castle spoilers, is that what you’re saying? This season will feature a trip to a dude ranch. Naturally, a murder is a-foot and there are plenty of Western characters who come into play…including a gay cowboy. Yee-haw!
“Driven” – In the Season 6 finale, as Richard Castle drove to his much-anticipated nuptials, an ominous black SUV bore down on him. Meanwhile, after waiting in vain for Castle to arrive at the wedding, Beckett was called to an accident scene to find Castle’s car in a ravine, engulfed in flames. Who or what caused the car crash? Is there any way Castle could have survived? The episode will pick-up at the scene of that accident, right where the finale left off, in a premiere that promises to put Beckett through the toughest case of her career. Season 7 of “Castle” begins on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET/PT) on the ABC Television Network.
“Castle” stars Nathan Fillion as Richard Castle, Stana Katic as NYPD Detective Kate Beckett, Tamala Jones as Medical Examiner Lanie Parish, Jon Huertas as NYPD Detective Javier Esposito, Seamus Dever as NYPD Detective Kevin Ryan, Penny Johnson Jerald as NYPD Captain Victoria Gates, Molly Quinn as Alexis Castle with Susan Sullivan as Martha Rodgers.
Guest Cast: Maya Stojan as Tory Ellis, Ryan Sands as Sgt. Taggert, Jon Lindstrom as Agent Connors, Don Stark as Vincent “The Scar” Cardano, Matt Letscher as Henry Jenkins.
“Driven” was written by David Amann and directed by Rob Bowman.
You would make my week if you gave us some good Castle scoop! Pretty please with a Badass Beckett on top? –Ginger
Episode 7 will apparently saddle up Kate, Rick et al for a trip to the wild, wild west – or at least a modern-day dude ranch facsimile thereof. Thus, guest casting is underway for a sheriff and his wife, a rugged ranch hand, a “muscular, sexy gay cowboy” and other rootin’-tootin’ folk.
Thanks to some uncovering from SpoilerTV and some other sites, we do luckily now have the titles for the first six episodes of the season. There are some in the premiere “Driven” and the third episode “Clear and Present Danger” (otherwise known as the invisible murder) that we heard about previously, but the rest qualify as new information, and hopefully fun stories for Stana Katic and Nathan Fillion to play. There’s also one in here that you in particular should be excited for based on the finer details alone.
7×02, “Montreal.” One of the more intriguing titles, given that toys are supposedly a theme of the story here and we don’t know how a city in Quebec has anything to do with them at all. This is going to continue the shocking events with Rick and Kate from the premiere.
7×03, “Clear and Present Danger.”
7×04, “Child’s Play.” Is there an evil child army out there or something? There’s not a lot to go on here.
7×05, “Meme is Murder.” This episode is written by Jim Adler, and may have one of our favorite titles of the entire series.
7×06, “Time of Our Lives.” Adler confirmed on Twitter that this episode is being written by Terri Edda Miller, who wrote the season 6 finale and many other important episodes. It’s also filming before “Meme is Murder.” Could this be the big wedding episode? To quote one of Miller’s other episode titles, time will tell.
What do you think about some of these “Castle” titles? Share your thoughts right now with a comment.
It was announced today that Nathan Fillion will be in the upcoming Black List Live! play presenting “The Seekers of Perpetual love” as new age cult deprogrammer, Rick. More information and tickets can be purchased at the site [here].
Join us for our second Black List Live! staged script reading, this time at the historic Ricardo Montalban Theatre in Hollywood. Victoria Strouse directs her 2008 Black List script, THE SEEKERS OF PERPETUAL LOVE, with a cast of Hollywood actors you know and love soon to be announced.
Formerly known as THE APOSTLES OF INFINITE LOVE, SEEKERS is a comedy about a dysfunctional upper class New York family who recruit a New Age deprogrammer and go on the road to save their youngest daughter from a doomsday cult—confronting their deep-seated issues with each other along the way.
Doors open at 7:30pm. Show begins at 8:00pm.
Limited edition, signed movie posters by Pixar graphic artist Craig Foster will be available for sale in the lobby before and after the show.
Parking is available at 1601 and 1627 N Vine Street for $10-12.
When: Saturday, September 20, 2014 from 7:30 PM to 10:30 PM (PDT)
Where: Los Angeles, CA
General Admission $35
WGA Member / Current Student $40
About: The Black List
The Black List is an online community where moviemakers find scripts to make and writers to write them and screenwriters find moviemakers to make their scripts and employ them. Begun in 2005 as an annual survey of several dozen executives favorite unproduced screenplays, the Black List has grown to survey over 500 executives each year (virtually 100% of Hollywood’s studio system’s executive corps). Over 270 Black List scripts have been produced into films grossing over $23 billion in worldwide box office. Black List scripts have won 37 Academy Awards – including three of the last six Best Pictures and eight of the last fourteen screenwriting awards – from 196 nominations.
In October 2012, the Black List launched an online database of every screenplay and teleplay circulating Hollywood and all those submitted by English language writers from around the world. Since its launch, it has hosted more than 15,000 screenplays teleplays and completed more than 24,000 script evaluations. Dozen of writers have found representation at major agencies and management companies or sold/optioned their screenplays as a direct result of introductions made via the site.
At any given moment, more than 2,600 scripts are actively hosted for perusal by over 2,400 film industry professionals ranging from agency assistants to studio and network presidents and A list actors and directors.
The bride wore… a look of concern, in TVLine’s exclusive first look at the key art for Season 7 of Castle.
When the ABC swerves left off in May, bride Kate Beckett’s walk down the aisle was detoured by an urgent phone call, alerting her to the fact that husband-to-be Rick Castle’s car had been found on a roadside, engulfed in flames. Season 6 closed with Kate racing to the scene, in her wedding dress, to witness firsthand the wreck.
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