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MensajeTema: Entrevistas a Jared   Lun Dic 01, 2008 11:07 am

ACERCA DE LA PELICULA VIERNES 13


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Jared Padalecki has been around for a couple years now, finally breaking through and scoring his first leading role in FRIDAY THE 13TH. Some may know him from his starring roles in GILMORE GIRLS and the popular genre show SUPERNATURAL. He's also got a couple genre movie credits to his name in HOUSE OF WAX and CRY_WOLF, so as you can see he's definitely a fan of the genre. We caught up with the young actor while on the set of FRIDAY THE 13TH. The time was around 3 AM and Padalecki had just approached us munching on a bag of Doritios Cool Ranch chips. Regardless of it being early morning and having worked all night, Padalecki was upbeat and ready to sit down with us and answer some questions. Little did he know that as soon as the interview was over he'd be wrapped for the night, lucky him!

Jared Padalecki

It's always this time of night where there's nothing to eat so you just go straight to the craft service table. Bunch of peanuts and Skittles and now some Cool Ranch chips. Terrible, terrible. And then you say why did I do that? Oh yeah it was 3 o clock in the morning and I couldn't think straight.

Tell us about your character and what you’re doing in the movie.

I play Clay Miller. Basically my involvement in the movie is I start out and we don't know much about me. We just know that I'm looking for my sister who's gone missing. So I go out to Camp Crystal Lake not knowing the legends and not knowing what's out there and what happens on Friday the 13th. And that's when I run into another group of young guys and gals who are out there for a camping trip and then horror ensues. I'm sure you can all imagine where we go from there, right?

How familiar were you with the earlier films?

I seen the first one and I seen FREDDY VS JASON. I'd seen one of the other ones, I assume the second one, where he had the burlap sack still. Because the first one he obviously wasn't the villain and then FREDDY VS JASON I had seen, I had some buddies that were in that and I went and watched it. But mostly I was familiar, I knew the story. Everybody knows Jason Voorhees whether you've seen one or ten or zero. From then obviously Friday the 13th and the whole legend behind that, there's not a Friday the 13th that goes by... It's funny. I got home from work last night at like... I don't want to exaggerate, I want to say it was like 5.. no 6:30 am ok. The hotel leaves your stereo on like classic music. The guy who was in-between songs was like 'Well here on blah blah blah we have a long day of beautiful classical music in case you want to stay in and not go risk those Friday the 13th roads and that Friday the 13th traffic and blah blah blah.' And literally as I walked into the door and I was like 'weird man' and I just turned the radio off and went to sleep. But I knew the legend, Friday the 13th. And I knew Jason.

Was this something you pursued or was it something that was pitched to you? What was your first reaction when you read the script?

I had seen AMITYVILLE that Platinum Dunes had redone and I had seen the original TEXAS CHAINSAW that Platinum Dunes and Marcus had done, or the remake, the original remake. And I had seen THE HITCHER, Sophia Bush is a friend of mine. I loved, I enjoyed them all but I loved the TEXAS CHAINSAW remake and I watched it actually when I did HOUSE OF WAX. The director sat us down and as a cast we watched the movie. He's like this is a recent horror remake that's done really well that I think is really good and so I want you guys to watch it. We watched it and we were like... man that's good. It's interesting, it tells a story visually. It's hard to remake a classic and give homage to the original but still make it new and interesting for younger audiences and different audiences.

So I found out about this script from my manager, it was during the strike and I was about to go do some international press for SUPERNATURAL, that's a show that I'm doing on CW. I was literally about to fly out... four or five days later or something and I hear hey, the strike wasn't over yet and they're like listen, there's this movie FRIDAY THE 13TH the remake, I was like 'Oh this movie, I know what that is.' The director is in town and Brad Fuller, one of the producers is in town and they want to meet with you. I was like 'Well can I see the script?' They were like 'Okay we're emailing it to you right now, print it up, they want to have dinner with you tonight.' And I was like 'Alright.' So I read the script and I really enjoyed it. It was a first draft; it was a draft they'd written before the writers had gone on strike. So there were certain things that night, at dinner, I was like 'Listen.. I would want to maybe do this...' And they were like 'Listen, a lot of changes are going to be made.

They can't be made right now because the writers are on strike but we're going to clean this up, we're going to clean that up.' The outline was there. It was very exciting, a lot of the kills were really cool and I really wanted to be a part of it. So I was really grateful that they wanted me to be a part of it too. I think I was the first one attached to the movie, don't quote me on that but as soon as I met the director and one of the producers and they were like 'Listen, this is going to be a collaborative effort and everybody’s input matters. Obviously we're the captains of the ship but we respect the actors.' And I was like count me in if I could get off my show and the dates work out and they ended up working out. The strike ended obviously so I went back to the show but they cleared me. I ended up finishing SUPERNATURAL on April 28th in Vancouver 5 in the morning, basically me getting on a flight to Austin, getting here like 12:30 am on the 30th and going to work 10 hours later to shoot my first day. So it's kind of a hectic story but here we are, a day from it being over and it still seems hectic but we got it done.

I'm assuming your going right back to work after this?

Yeah (laughs). I'm doing international press in Australia next week so I leave from Dallas on Wednesday to go to Australia for a few days and then we're supposed to start shooting the first week of July. No rest for the wicked right? I had like a three month break during the strike so I can't bitch and moan too much, but yeah straight from SUPERNATURAL to FRIDAY back to SUPERNATURAL.

How long do you shoot SUPERNATURAL?

Nine months.

Straight?

You have two weeks off for Christmas; you get a four day weekend for Thanksgiving and Presidents Day and stuff like that. From July 2nd I think we're supposed to wrap the first week April.

What's your favorite kill in this movie?

My favorite kill is the kill of the police officer who comes to sort of check up on us. We hear knocking and we know Jason's outside and we know someone’s killing off these people in this group of friends that I've hooked up with. We hear a knock on the door and at first we're a little panicky but we're like why would this guy knock? So we go to check out the door and it's a police officer, so I start to let him in and as I let him in Danielle Panabaker's character Jenna sees Jason basically drop down from the roof and shove a fireplace poker through the police's eye, through the door, it ends up right in front of me and then we take off. That's really the moment in the movie where everything has sort of come to a head, and then just explodes. It's like man, everything is so fast paced, and everything’s so hectic. The audience is really going to be on the edge of their seat from that moment on. Not like they wouldn’t before. That's when the break line breaks and it's full speed ahead for the rest of the movie.

What's been your favorite part of this whole shoot?

Um.. you know what... it's been some hectic hours. It's a horror movie and its FRIDAY THE 13TH so we're shooting a lot of exterior nights, but the camaraderie between the cast has been a real joy. I've worked on stuff before where the cast didn't.... it's not like we didn't get along, but we didn't get along this well. So meeting a bunch of new people.. And Derek!... is awesome! He's such a kind, generous man, and very very hard working. And it's been fun to get to know him and Danielle and Travis Van
Winkle and Amanda Righetti. The cast is, I can say... I've been doing this a while and I can say, without a doubt, I'm going to keep in touch with people that I met on this movie. And that's nice to be able to say because usually it's just like hey its Summer camp see you later but you don't call them. Here I can't wait to go and hang out with them again whenever I'm in the same city and not shooting.

They tell us that as much of the violence is in this movie there's also sex. Do we get to see you topless?

(laughs) Not yet! If there are reshoots who knows they might try and yank off my shirt.

I'm being equal because we were wondering about the female cast.

No man.

And it's only fair to ask.

It's absolutely fair to ask. That was also something that I brought up with the writers and producers and the director because I'm wearing like a form fitting shirt and I was like 'Listen guys... I'm already on the CW, which is kind of like the pretty boy network. The last thing I want to do is do this movie with a lot of fans and just be like 'Hey, here's me taking my shirt off.' And like be kind of douchebaggy. I was like honestly, I wanted Clay to just be a normal guy. I didn't want him to be like 'Hey, here I am. I'm a sex symbol. Watch me fight Jason. I'm cool. I'm a ninja. Blah blah.' I just wanted to be a guy trying to find his sister. Not about how he looked, whether he worked out or whatever. So I steered clear of the topless scenes.

When you are putting together this character, do you spend a lot of time thinking about a back-story? Is that an important part of your process or do you feel like it's important to the film?

It is. It's important to my process and it’s important to the film. I always start the process of building a character by just reading the script over and over and over again to where you’re kind of trying to hook into his motivations and instincts and what's driving him. Which is also why it's little things, little lines here and there. You’re like hey listen, earlier in the movie I say this and now I'm saying that, it kind of contradicts, can I change it up a little bit? And they're like yeah of course we didn't even think about that. Or this is from this version and that's from that version.

The back story’s important and usually you get the chance to talk to other characters, other actors and actresses in the movie about like hey, let's think about how we know each other, how we met each other. But really the only character in this movie that I know is my sister, so all the people that I spend most of the movie with I meet them during the course of the movie. So it was nice to have that freedom to introduce my own character. Who knows if it comes across and who knows if I even get into it, but just so I know. And also the scripts usually will you know... Up rides Clay Miller. 23. Athletic. Blah blah blah blah blah. It kind of gives you a little outline and then little expositional things. I'm talking to Jenna, Danielle Panabaker's character about my sister and I's relationship and how it's been since my mother's death and blah blah blah. You get hints from the script and then you’re sort of free to do your own thing.

You mentioned fighting Jason earlier. Do people actually fight Jason a lot during this movie or are they mostly running from him?

Mostly running. That's another thing, just like taking my shirt off... or not taking my shirt off; I wanted to make sure it wasn't like... I'm a guy trying to find my sister and now I'm going to go mono e mono with Jason. Ultimately he's Jason Voorhees, I'm not going to be like alright, bob and weave, fade... you know leg kicks and choker holds and shit. It's basically, Jason's after us and we're fighting like cornered dogs trying to defend ourselves. There's no 'Let's get it on!' Here we are like dancing around the ring with each other, trying to find an opening in each other's guard. It's really... where the hell did this guy come from and how am I going to make sure he doesn't kill me. It's not so much like a fight scene, but there are some big time skirmishes and a lot of injuries. It's been fun to sort of fight... because I've been forced to fight, not like come on bastard, I'm going to get you. It's like well I guess I'm going to have to try and get out of this predicament.

Does the sense of comrodery with Derek and the rest of the cast, does it make it easier or does it maker it tougher for you to center yourself when you go back in and you have to be scared?

I guess for everybody it's different. For me it makes it a lot easier. I'm not method, like I don't not enjoy my work. If I'm playing somebody who's sleep deprived, I sleep 9 hours a night. (laughs) I don't want to get to work and be miserable because it keeps me... it messes with my focus. And likewise I don't want to worry about not getting along with somebody that I'm working with, like be fakey during the day just so that you could get on but it’s nice to be friends with somebody. Because it's so weird and it's so... I'm bruised up and banged up and there's scenes where we're having fights and I cut my face open for real during the fight and it's like ughh. You don't want to go from that to 'And cut.' And then like you don't want to talk to anybody, you don't want to go 'oh dude I think I just cut my face' because you don't like the guy.
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MensajeTema: Re: Entrevistas a Jared   Lun Dic 01, 2008 11:30 am

It's nice to go 'Derek, I think I just messed myself up.' He'll be like 'What, you alright?' And you'll be like 'Yeah, I'm fine, I'm fine. Jeez I'm having a scotch when I get home' or something. It's nice to be able to vent a little bit, you can't burn the candle on both ends. It's nice in between takes to sit down and have lunch with everybody and joke around and kid around. Otherwise... you spend so much time with these people... I have a director named Kim Manners, he's one of our directors/producers on SUPERNATURAL. He's always like 'If I didn't enjoy working with you guys, I would quit because there's no point...' And this is his quote to me, I'm not married but he's like 'I spend more time with you guys than I do with my wife, with my kids, with my dog, with my best friend, with my family... if I didn't like you all, why would I want to spend so much time with you guys. Money? How much do you want? I'd rather enjoy my life and not have as much money. Just work to make money and not have a shitty time doing it.' So it's really nice in my opinion to get along with everybody.

Obviously your no stranger to this genre, with HOUSE OF WAX and SUPERNATURAL and stuff. Do you plan on doing more horror films after this? Are you going to stay to that track? You know the routine from being in HOUSE OF WAX. Were you surprised? Was it different from FRIDAY THE 13TH, like the physical routine and everything?

Absolutely. The first question, as far as staying in the genre. It's a genre that I'm a fan of, and I've always enjoyed scary movies and horror movies and scary shows. I grew up watching THE TWILIGHT ZONE with my old man and stuff like that. If the role’s right and the character’s right or I want to work with some directors or producers. Each job is so specific, I'm not sure I'm at the point in my career... like Clooney or Brad Pitt or something.. it's like bring me a comedy, I want to do a comedy. And then 20 comedies show up at your door and your like no, no no, I'll take this one. For me, I'm still in a process where I have to sort of fight for the roles I want. This was a role I wanted, so I fought for it. I guess it was coincidental that it happened to be in a genre that I was so familiar with and comfortable with and a fan of.

As far as the process being different, it's been very different. It’s also.... HOUSE OF WAX was like a 90 day shoot in Australia and I wasn't the lead. I was like the fifth or sixth lead so it was very different for me because here we are, and we're shooting the same length of movie in less than half the time so it's so hectic. And I'm... we always joke about it... but I'm number one on the call sheet, I'm the lead in the movie. There's a lot of responsibility. I'm in most every day, most every scene. And if I'm not in, then they might need me so I have to be close by in case they go hey we need you, which has happened a few times and they're like 'I know you were supposed to have the day off but we kind of need to shoot this scene today' and I'm like 'Alright.. well let me... sober up and..' (laughs) Just kidding.

You have to be on top of your game for however long. And also, I did HOUSE OF WAX before SUPERNATURAL so I've become much more comfortable with the genre and sort of acting with special effects. HOUSE OF WAX was my first time to be submerged in that world of prosthetics and special effects and here's a camera and there's a green piece of tape that your supposed to scream when you see it. So that was all new to me then and I was like 'Really? I'm not going to look like an idiot?' And now I'm used to it because I've done it 60 times for 60 episodes and then watched it and I'm like alright I don't look like an idiot, or if I do it's not because I'm staring at green tape.

Has there been a scene or sequence or specific thing that you've done that you consider to be the most challenging or the most fun? Or are those two things mutually exclusive?

They're not mutually exclusive. Sometimes they coincide. For me, the most challenging was my sort of ultimate confrontation with Jason. It being a horror movie, it's night, and it being a horror movie, it's raining, and it being a horror movie, we're in a barn... fighting... for our lives. So in between every take they’re' spraying you down with water and throwing mud and dirt on you and you just feel banged up and bruised up. Derek is a joy... because there are a lot of parts.. I'm not a stunt man, so I don't do my own stunts and I try and do my own fight scenes as much as I can but Derek is a stunt man. So there's a part where I kind of... because I don't know what else to do, I sort of grab him and sort of run him back as best I can, like try and push him into the wall. A few times... I'm in like designer boots and tight jeans... you can't really move in it and my boots are all wet and it's muddy and it's starting to get sloshy.

So my feet are like slipping out and I'm literally basically just leaning on Derek. I weigh 220 pounds and I'm holding onto Derek for dear life and he just... in character.. resets his feet, lifts me up and he's like 'Ok go ahead.' And he has the mask on so no one can see him say 'Ok go ahead' but I can hear him and I'm like thanks man and I'm back on my feet and doing it again. So that and you get bruised up and banged up. I still have some bruises on my lower back and my side, I'm not injured where I'll never walk again or something but just little paper cuts and your going where did that come from, come on. And the medics coming in because you get dirt and dust in your eyes and you can’t touch your eyes because you have dirt and mud all over your fingertips and your just sitting there going can I have some water and it looks like you’re crying. So then all the crew guys make fun of you... its fine. It was a lot of fun but that was the most challenging.

And the most fun was probably the sequence I was talking about with the police officer getting pokered because we had a few different sets and there's a cool shot... when you see the movie you'll see, with like half sets and the camera moving to the outside of the door kind of following the poker and then ending up right in front of me. When I was shooting that, I remember thinking to myself.... probably the worst thing an actor could think... but like man this is going to look cool! You’re supposed to stay in the moment and do your thing and be true to the character but I couldn't help but start thinking like... this is going to rock. It's cool to shoot that and then know that it's going to look cool on camera and the audience is going to go it's cool how they do that. So that's probably the most challenging and the most fun, so far on this shoot.

Well is there anything you can tell us about the upcoming SUPERNATURAL season? Apparently Dean might be in Hell a little longer than people think. Can you elaborate on that at all?

I don't know a whole lot about specifics, but I do know that a few episodes are written and that they're going to give me the outlines for them very very soon. I do something weird... I do it during the shooting of SUPERNATURAL, but if we're shooting episode 1 and episode 2 comes out, I won't even read episode 2 until I'm done with 1 because I don't want to start thinking about it. It started because in Season 2 I had a sex scene and I read about it 2 episodes before so all I did was like oh man I have to wake up and go to the gym and your just thinking about what's going to happen 3 weeks from now instead of just worrying about what your shooting. I've been careful about A. with the demanding schedule with FRIDAY and B. while shooting this I don't want to get... it sounds cheesy, but I don't want to start getting into Sam Winchester while playing Clay Miller. But I've heard sort of whisperings of he's going to be in Hell and I might have to find out a way to go get him... which would be wicked cool. I hope they end up doing that and there are whisperings that Sammy's going to have to go a little bit more dark side than we've seen him, which I've been waiting for years to do, so I'm excited about that.

Excellent. That sounds very interesting. When will that they be planning on premiering that?

They're starting us the first week of July...

So it would be like a Fall kind of thing?

Yeah. I know they want to air us with SMALLVILLE, which probably starts shooting earlier because usually SMALLVILLE premiers and then we premiere a couple weeks later but they're bringing us back a couple weeks earlier so that we can premiere. Probably late August, early September is my hope.

Excellent. Sweet.

Right on guys! Thank you.

Thanks.


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La entrevista se la hicieron a las 3 de la mañana. Jared estaba en un descanso comiendo Doritos.

Háblanos de tu personaje.
J: -Interpreto a Clay Miller. Busca a su hermana que está perdida. Va al Campamento del Lago Crystal , y desconoce lo que alli sucede en Viernes 13, y allí se encunetra con los chicos y chicas de acampada.

J: (Habla un poco acerca de que no hace falta ver ninguna pelicula para conocer la rareza de los viernes 13). Anoche llegué de trabajar a las 5...No a las 6:30 ok. El hotel tiene la radio sintonizada en música clásica. Y entre canción y canción, el locutor habló del riesgo en las carreteras en viernes 13. Me sentí raro , apagué la radio y me fui a dormir.

J: (Habla de varios buenos remakes de pelis de terror , como The Hitcher donde actúa una amiga suya llamada Sophia Bush y de como se encontró con Brad (el director) que le entregaron una copia del guion y le dijeron que querian cenar con él. El guion le encanto, dice que es una historia muy visual).
Terminé de rodar SPN el 28th de Abril, volé a Austin y serían las 12.30 del dia 30 cuando trabajé 10 horas en mi primer dia de rodaje.

¿Cuál es tu asesinato preferido en la pelicula?
J_ El del oficial de policía que viene a ver como estamos. Nosotros sabemos que Jason está fuera (...) La gente saltará de sus butacas.

J- Me lo he pasado bien con el resto de mis compañeros, teniamos muchas escenas de exterior y mantendré el contacto con ellos después.

¿Te veremos en Top Less?
J: Por lo que he filmado ahora no, pero quizás deberían poner que me quedara sin camiseta.

J: Clay es un tipo normal, él no dice : Hey soy un sex-symbol y lucho contra Jason. Yo soy cool. Soy un ninja. No, Clay es un tipo que busca a su hermana.

(despues seguimos)
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MensajeTema: Re: Entrevistas a Jared   Lun Dic 01, 2008 2:49 pm

GRACIAS!!!

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MensajeTema: Re: Entrevistas a Jared   Mar Dic 02, 2008 12:07 am

SAMBOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO GRACIAS
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MensajeTema: Re: Entrevistas a Jared   Mar Dic 02, 2008 12:41 am

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MensajeTema: Re: Entrevistas a Jared   Mar Dic 02, 2008 2:53 pm

Obviamente eres un extraño en el género gracias a HOUSE OF WAX & SUPERNATURAL. ?Te estás encasillando? ¿Planeas hacer más pelis de terror? ¿te sorprendió la rutina? ¿Fue diferente FRIDAY THE 13TH, en lo que a rutina y esfuerzo fisico se refiere?

Absolutamente. La primera cuestión estoy lejos de querer encasillarme. Es un género del que soy fan y que me gusta ver . Yo crecí viendo THE TWILIGHT ZONE con mi viejo y más gente. Si es el rol correcto o el personaje correcto ,o yo quiero trabajar con algunos directores y productores. Cada trabajo es tan específico que no estoy seguro de estar en el punto de mi carrera... como Clooney o Brad Pitt u otros.. si me traen una comedia, yo haria una comedia. Yo aun lucho por los personajes que quiero. Este es el personaje que queria, y por el que luché. Es una coincidencia que sea de este género , del que me es tan familiar y con el que estoy tan cómodo.

Como rodaje es muy diferente. It’s also.... HOUSE OF WAX fue 90 dias de rodaje en Australia . Y habia 5 o 6 protagonistas. Aqui es la mitad del tiempo. Y yo siempre bromeo acerca de esto , yo soy el número 1 en on the call sheet, yo soy el prota de la peli. Hay mucha responsabilidad. Yo estoy todos los dias en todas las escenas. Y si no estoy, entonces pueden necesitarme por loq ue tengo que estar cerca en caso ellos vayan a decir hey , te necesitamos, lo cual pasa pocas veces , pero pueden decir: hey sabesmoq ue estu dia libre pero necesitamos que ruedes esta escena hoy y yo 'ok...bueno dejame que ... sober up and..' (lrisas)Estaba Bromeando.

Hice HOUSE OF WAX antes que SUPERNATURAL por lo que estoy cómodo en el género y con los efectos especiales. HOUSE OF WAX fue mi primera introduccion al mundillo, y a la pantalla verde que se usa. Todo era nuevo para mi y yo decia 'si??? No voya parecer un idiota? 'Really? I'm not going to look like an idiot?' And y despues no lo estaba, pero lo pareceria de no ser por la pantalla verde.

Alguna escena donde te divirtieras especialmente? ¿o que fuera un reto? ¿o ambas cosas al mismo tiempo?

No tienen porque ser exclusivas. Algunas veces coinciden Para mi , el mayor reto, fue enfrentarme a Jason. Siendo una peli de horror, de noche,llorviendo nosotros estabamos luchando por neustras vidas. .Entre las tomas nos sentiamos mojados, llenos de barro...sucios. Nosotros tenemos nuestros propios dobles , y yo intento hacer todas las escenas de lucha que puedo pero Derek es un auténtico stunt (el tio que dobla escenas de riesgo). (...) Yo llevo botas de diseño y unos jeans ajustados enamorao No puedo moverme, aparte de que estoy lleno barro.
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Yo peso 110 kilos, y mis pies estan resbalandose en una escena y yo soy sostenido por Derek. Él me ayuda a ponerme en pie. Yo aún tengo moratones por toda la espalda , Yo no estoy herido (...) y luego no puedes tocarte los ojos porque estás sucio y lleno de barro y tienes q estar sentado sin tocarte y te caen lágrimas de los ojos y cuando aparecen se burlan de tí porque parece que estás llorando... es muy divertido pero es más un reto.

Y la escena más divertida es en la que estoy hablanco con el policía y estabamos rodando en varios set, pues la camara se adentra hasta acabar enfocandome a mi. Y va a quedar my cool. Un rodaje rodandose a si mismo.

Well is there anything you can tell us about the upcoming SUPERNATURAL season? Apparently Dean might be in Hell a little longer than people think. Can you elaborate on that at all?

I don't know a whole lot about specifics, but I do know that a few episodes are written and that they're going to give me the outlines for them very very soon. I do something weird... I do it during the shooting of SUPERNATURAL, but if we're shooting episode 1 and episode 2 comes out, I won't even read episode 2 until I'm done with 1 because I don't want to start thinking about it. It started because in Season 2 I had a sex scene and I read about it 2 episodes before so all I did was like oh man I have to wake up and go to the gym and your just thinking about what's going to happen 3 weeks from now instead of just worrying about what your shooting. I've been careful about A. with the demanding schedule with FRIDAY and B. while shooting this I don't want to get... it sounds cheesy, but I don't want to start getting into Sam Winchester while playing Clay Miller. But I've heard sort of whisperings of he's going to be in Hell and I might have to find out a way to go get him... which would be wicked cool. I hope they end up doing that and there are whisperings that Sammy's going to have to go a little bit more dark side than we've seen him, which I've been waiting for years to do, so I'm excited about that.

Excellent. That sounds very interesting. When will that they be planning on premiering that?

They're starting us the first week of July...

So it would be like a Fall kind of thing?

Yeah. I know they want to air us with SMALLVILLE, which probably starts shooting earlier because usually SMALLVILLE premiers and then we premiere a couple weeks later but they're bringing us back a couple weeks earlier so that we can premiere. Probably late August, early September is my hope.


Otra entrevista a Jared, pero antigua, del 2005 : http://www.mediablvd.com/forums/lofiversion/index.php?t29226-100.html
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DIOS MIO...YA DIJE Q AMO A ESTE HOMBRE????... ME MUERO POR VER LA PELI¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡
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MensajeTema: Re: Entrevistas a Jared   Miér Dic 10, 2008 10:05 pm

Esta entrevista es del 2007. Es muy personal, Jared habla acerca de Sandra McCoy, de como pasa el tiempo libre, su relación con Jensen,...


TVGuide.com: "Bedtime Stories" is a pretty special episode for you, isn't it?

Padalecki: It is. My girlfriend, Sandra McCoy, is on the show. We met on set working together, so it was neat to come full circle. Here we are four years later working together again just like when we first met.

TVGuide.com: On what project did you meet?

Padalecki: We met in Richmond, Virginia, filming a movie called Cry Wolf, which I'm still very proud of. It was one of those movies where everybody came together because there wasn't a whole lot of money and it was just a really friendly, fun experience.

TVGuide.com: Did she play your love interest?

Padalecki: She played another guy's love interest. We didn't do anything during the movie except sort of flirt, but then afterward, back in L.A., we started hanging out. That's when we figured out that we liked each other.

TVGuide.com: I don't know if you know this, but rumors are rampant that you and Sandy got married this summer.

Padalecki: [Laughs] No, we did not. We did not.

TVGuide.com: You're laughing a little too hard about that....

Padalecki: It's certainly not, "He doth protest too much." I just think it's funny because I probably had three weeks off this summer, so I wouldn't even have had time to get married.

TVGuide.com: Well, it doesn't take a lot of time, but if the answer is no, OK.

Padalecki: Yeah, we are not married. I'm not ruling it out, but we're young and don't want to rush it.

TVGuide.com:Do you live together?

Padalecki: We don't; she owns a place in Los Angeles. I actually just sold my home in Los Angeles and bought a home here in Vancouver under the sort of optimistic hope that Supernatural goes for a while. I've been renting here for the last two seasons and I have two big dogs and it was mean of me to not get them a yard.

TVGuide.com: What is your and Sandy's relationship in "Bedtime Stories"?

Padalecki: It is not love scenes. She is actually a Crossroads Demon. The lore behind it is that when someone summons the Crossroads Demon to make a deal, the Demon appears as their ideal woman or their ideal man. It was kind of funny, because Sandy plays Sam's perfect woman.

TVGuide.com: Does she tempt Sam?

Padalecki: She tries. That's part of the Crossroads Demon's MO. They're devils with a big smile and a lot of charm who try to get you to give them your soul because that's not such a bad thing in exchange for whatever they're gonna give you or so they say.

TVGuide.com: Is Sam seeking the demon out to try to save Dean's life?

Padalecki: Dean has saved Sam's life so much and now he's in danger and Sam's dying to return the favor. We're starting to see him make decisions and do things that he had never done, like going to a Crossroads Demon. He's been on Dean the whole season about selling his soul to the Crossroads Demon to bring Sam back to life, but now we're going, "What, he's getting on Dean about this and then he's doing it?" Usually Sam is a very stand-up guy who doesn't do things like this.

TVGuide.com: Is he a little more ruthless post being dead?

Padalecki: He is. He's getting a bit more like Dean in the sense that he's not hesitating to shoot anymore. There were a couple of episodes in past seasons where the bad guy gets away because Sam won't pull the trigger because he doesn't know all the facts yet. But now we're starting to see that as soon as Sam gets an inkling that [a creature] might be bad, he's ready to kill. We've never seen that before in him.

TVGuide.com: What else is happening in "Bedtime Stories"?

Padalecki: It's all about fairy tales, but the original creepy, freaky Grimm Brothers type, not the Disney ones with happy endings. I actually went back and read some and was quite disturbed. I admit that I got a little spooked out by them!

TVGuide.com: Do these fairy tales come to life?

Padalecki: At first it seems like it might be a copycat-type thing somebody using fairy tales as blueprints to commit murder but then we come to find out that it's deeper, in that the fairy tales are coming true and we need to figure out which ones are about to come true and where they're about to come true and how we will hopefully stop it. There's actually a very sad reason behind it.

TVGuide.com: What future danger lurks for the Winchester brothers?

Padalecki: In a few weeks, Gordon, played by Sterling K. Brown, who we love, comes back. He's been hunting for Sam now that he's found out he's not all human. What's going to happen to stop him is very interesting. If you remember, the Yellow-eyed Demon said to Dean, "Are you sure what you brought back is 100 percent Sam?" Keep an eye on Sam and notice the difference between Season 1 and what he does now in Season 3. It might be hinting toward something.

TVGuide.com: What's up with the two new girls on the show?

Padalecki: They're great! I've heard a lot of fans going, "We like the boys. Who are these girl characters?!," which I understand, but the girls are mixing up the storylines quite a bit.

TVGuide.com: Any scoops on what they're up to?

Padalecki: Ruby [played by Katie Cassidy], who's more involved with Sam, is part demon, but she says she's playing for the human side and so right now we're trusting her. Bella [Lauren Cohan] is more involved with Dean and all of her actions put us in bad positions. She collects occult objects that Sam and Dean need to destroy to sell them to rich buyers.

TVGuide.com: Is Sam attracted to Ruby?

Padalecki: So far, any attraction is superseded by the idea that she's, well, a demon and at the end of the day, demons lie.

TVGuide.com: You're really switching gears for your next movie, aren't you?

Padalecki: Oh yeah. I've gone from a thriller/sci-fi/horror television show to a Christmas movie, which is about a complete 180, but that was part of the appeal to see if after 44 episodes of the show, I could go back and do something completely different. It was so fun.

TVGuide.com: You play the massively successful artist Thomas Kinkade, whose work I find a little eerie, truthfully.

Padalecki: [Laughs] He's the best-selling artist in the world. The movie is called Home for Christmas, and it's about his early years when he started painting to save his mom's house. It's been optioned as a trilogy.

TVGuide.com: Have you ever been to one of his galleries?

Padalecki: There was one where I grew up in San Antonio, and I went to a number after I booked the role.

TVGuide.com: My theory is that there's some kind of demonic energy that makes you buy his art.

Padalecki: [Laughs] There might be. The movie's got a brilliant cast: Peter O'Toole, Marcia Gay Harden, Charlotte Rae, Chris Elliott and Ed Asner. When I read the script, to me it was just a feel-good Christmas movie that teaches a lesson about love and togetherness. But then [when] I got the role and the director said he was looking at Peter O'Toole for my mentor and Marcia Gay Harden for my mother, it became surreal. What a brilliant opportunity to work with actors that I've long idolized.

TVGuide.com: Could you actually talk to the legendary O'Toole?

Padalecki: Peter is exactly how you would expect he would be and exactly how you would hope he would be. He's obviously very wise, confident and passionate, and he's still very funny and sharp. He doesn't want special Peter O'Toole treatment like, "Nobody talk to me, nobody knock on my trailer door." He initiated conversation between takes. It was amazing. I mean, he was Lawrence of Arabia!

TVGuide.com: So this season's Thursday-night 9 pm slot might be one of TV's toughest time slots ever.

Padalecki: It hasn't been easy. Since Day 1 we've had insane competition, and it's clear that it's not going to get any easier for us. But we do have a very loyal audience and we're inspired to keep creating the best show that we can because of it. We always use the analogy that we feel like a very, very talented lightweight entering the ring with the heavyweights. I'm the best in my division, but I'm getting in the ring with Muhammad Ali. Unfortunately, we're up against some huge monsters. I don't think there has ever been a time slot where the No. 1 and the No. 2 shows are on at the same time. So I do the best that I can do and I hope it's well received, but whatever happens happens.

TVGuide.com: What's the biggest difference between playing Dean on Gilmore Girls and Dean's brother on Supernatural?

Padalecki: I definitely have more guys coming up to me talking about Supernatural than about Gilmore Girls. [Laughs] This is definitely more of a cult following. The fans of Supernatural are much more intense than the fans of Gilmore Girls. Fans of Supernatural can name how we killed each demon while the fans of Gilmore Girls enjoy a storyline. On this show, they quiz me! "Oh yeah, what about the time ya'll went to Missouri and killed a shape-shifter, how you had to…. " Wow, they really know their stuff.

TVGuide.com: What do you do in the few hours you're not working?

Padalecki: I'm not a big "going out" kind of guy. I'd rather stay at home and order pizza and watch a football game, play with my dogs, and then go out and go drinking. But every now and again Sandy and I will go out and get a bite to eat, or Jensen and I will go out to a movie or play a game of golf. But for the most part I'm just not into that, I'd much rather play guitar and go to a bar, I rhymed!

TVGuide.com: Yeah, you're a poet and you don't know it.

Padalecki: Oh, that's good.

TVGuide.com: Don't you see enough of Jensen on set?

Padalecki: Not at all. We're really good buddies and that's been probably the best thing about Supernatural. In the last three years of my life, I've spent more time with Jensen Ackles than with any other human being and vice versa. Luckily, we get along really well and we are very similar guys. We're both from Texas, we both love our families, the same kind of music, and the Dallas Cowboys. It's been a huge blessing to work with somebody who is easygoing on set and who I'm friends with.

TVGuide.com: We know he creams you at golf what do you best him at?

Padalecki: Guitar Hero the video game, and basketball. I've got an unfair advantage. [Laughs]

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MensajeTema: Re: Entrevistas a Jared   Miér Dic 10, 2008 10:54 pm

Tan belloooooooooooooooooooooo
yo lo amo....
(ademas descubri....que tenemos OTRA COSA EN COMUN..admiramos a muerte a peter o toole)
ME DA COSITA ...sandie y el eran tan unidos y bellos....no se porq se separaron....
y por lo de jens...la amistad de esos dos se sale de la pantalla.....
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MensajeTema: Re: Entrevistas a Jared   Jue Dic 11, 2008 2:28 am

bought a home here in Vancouver
Y se mudó con sus dos perrazos (Sandie y harley) , y aún tuvo sitio para Ackles... Pada vé sacando los trastos de la cochera que las Devils nos mudamos con vosotros.

It was kind of funny, because Sandy plays Sam's perfect woman.
A ver Jaredcito, aqui no te entiendo, Sandie interpreta a una demonio intransigente que no admite tratos con Sam...¿Y tú la calificas de la mujer perfecta? ¿Te gusta que te den caña?



The fans of Supernatural are much more intense

Tú no sabes lo Intensas que podemos llegara ser

or Jensen and I will go out to a movie or play a game of golf. But for the most part I'm just not into that, I'd much rather play guitar and go to a bar, I rhymed!
1) ¿Golf=? Solo imaginármelo detras mia, cogiendo el palo...cof cof. Auqnue parece que el hábil con el palito es Jensen , como deducimos de la ultima pregunta.
2) ¡Poeta! Razz jajaja

VGuide.com: We know he creams you at golf what do you best him at?

Padalecki: Guitar Hero the video game, and basketball. I've got an unfair advantage. [Laughs]

No abuses de los bajitos burlon
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MensajeTema: Re: Entrevistas a Jared   Miér Mar 25, 2009 5:41 pm

Muy buenas las entrevistas JARED es un divino,
ya me muero x ver VIERNES 13,
queria ir al cine a verla pero aqui a Uruguay todavia no ha llegado
En realidad nunca vi ninguna de las peliculas de VIERNES 13 xq
no me llamaban la atención,pero ahora con q esté JARED ya me alcanza I love you
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MensajeTema: Re: Entrevistas a Jared   Sáb Mar 28, 2009 7:58 pm

¡Lo lamento Nia! Jared y Jensen deberian ser prioridad en las salas jeje, y bueno, Si no lo echan en el cine, ahi tenemos los DVD's . Y a disfrutar la peli , que a falta de pan buenas son tortas.
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