Curtis Armstrong talking about J2 rehearsing the scene where Dean dies [9x23]
Jensen was saying that during that episode, he and Jared were very emotional about Dean dying, that Jared was really crying. I guess you weren’t there when they filmed that scene, when Sam goes to Dean…
No, I was there for that, because we shot it with Sam appearing screaming and running, and he gets to Dean and he looks up at me, and I said something, a line that was cut…
Oh! I wonder what you said.
It wasn’t important, in fact it was better cut. It was some flip comment, very Metatron but unnecessary. And then he grabs the angel blade and goes for me and I’m gone. So I was still on the set when they rehearsed it. I never saw the filming of it but I saw the rehearsal. And it was a big fucking deal. I mean, it was. You could see that it was.
They were emotional even then?
Yeah, they really were. I mean, I think it’s a big thing. After ten years, out of necessity to keep yourself sane, you might be in some scenes operating on a kind of auto pilot, but you can’t operate on auto pilot with a scene like that, there’s just too much. And the two of them, they have that unique – not just chemistry, but an actual relationship. You know, I mean Bruce and Cybil [in Moonlighting] had chemistry and no relationship. These guys have both. So when you’re in that moment, it’s hard to not, I think, have it affect you.
Recently I heard some talks about how Jensen has changed his mind about destiel and how he is a fan of it now ((LOL)) . Well this goes for them . Castiel is a tool for brothers and that’s that .
And oh let’s not forget the amazing quote of him “ HOME IS EACH OTHER ”
I hope Jensen knows how much I love & appreciate his comments on brothers and Castiel , bless you man :)
In real life: Friendship or Brothers??
That’s almost impossible to explain. Nine months a year we’re stuck with each other literally twenty four hours a day, seven days a week because we’re working on the show. Even doing stuff for ourselves in between isn’t possible. We’re constantly together. And even when we’re not actually working together during that nine months, or the other three months out of the year for that matter, we always find ourselves choosing to hang out and be together.
And the best part about Jensen and my relationship is it’s gonna be that way when we’re on the show and not. I mean, unfortunately for him he’s stuck with me for life now and that’s important. But look, brothers and sisters for that matter sometimes fight. Or worse; they can’t get along at all. Between Jensen and me, there have never been any issues and I think that’s rather special.
We’re best friends, period. He’s my best friend for life. I don’t think it’s that remarkable, but it’s definitely special.
The guys were more than happy to share not one, but two hilarious secrets that you never knew about each of our demon-hunting actors.
After all, when a show has been on the air for ten years and the plot centers on the trials and tribulations of two brothers, it’s only natural that the co-stars would become incredibly close. Even better, when it comes to Padalecki and Ackles, the word “close” doesn’t even begin to describe their bromantic bond, making their secrets that much better.
First up: Ackles revealed an unknown fact about his gorgeous-haired best friend: “I out all of his flaws to everybody,” the actor spilled to ETonline in Vancouver last month. “It’s his strengths that I don’t tell anyone about, and that’s just because he’s a buddy of mine, and you never brag about your buddy.”
“But if I was going to reveal a secret I would say that he is the nerdiest mathematician that I have ever met in my life!” Ackles continued, “This guy throws out like percentages, and decimals, and numbers, and it’s just like, ‘Jared what’s 16 percent of 4200?’ and he’s like, 'Boom! Number!’ And I’m like, 'You’re such an idiot — I guess idiot is the wrong word — you’re such a nerd!’”
Now it’s time to turn the tables! Padalecki exposed that when it comes to his co-star — fans should always look twice at what Ackles wearing. “He love to dress up,” the former Gilmore Girls star said with a laugh.
“Not like fishnets and make-up, but I think when he heard that we had a 200th episode party, he was the happiest guy on the planet,” he explained. “He got to go try on a nice suit, and any excuse to buy a suit and do Ocean’s 11 is his wet dream.”