Yesterday Jensen and Supernatural co-stars; Jared Padalecki and Misha Collins, once again took to San Diego Comic Con to take part in some press for the upcoming 13th season of the show. The cast took part in a Facebook live Q&A video which stream from the official Supernaturalfacebook page – you can watch it below if you missed it or simply want to view again.
Jensen and the Supernatural cast took part in other various promotion, including some interviews and photoshoots which have not become available yet – but 3HQ images from their photo session with Entertainment Weekly have been added to the gallery;
At the presentation the exciting news was shared that in season 13 there will be a Supernatural/Scooby Doo crossover episode!
Stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki took the stage at The CW’s 2017 Upfronts Presentation on Thursday to announce that the show will do an animated Scooby-Doo crossover in its 13th season. Although some thought it could be a joke, EW has confirmed that the episode is really happening. No word yet on whether the rest of the Scooby Gang will join in on the fun, but fingers crossed!
Today Jensen attended Entertainment Weekly’s first ever PopFest, alongside co-star Jared Padalecki. I have added HQ pictures from the event to the gallery and the panel was streamed live on Entertainment Weekly’s facebook page which you can view below.
This past weekend Jensen, along with wife Danneel, hosted the first ever ThinkPop event in Austin on Saturday night. We shared the news of the Ackles’ hosting earlier last month when they attended the Thinkery Imaginarium Gala, which you can read and see the pictures from by visiting this post.
Thinkery tweeted out a group photo to thank Jensen and Danneel for hosting the event;
The magazine features an 8-page spread of Jensen, Jared and Misha where they look gorgeous while talking about Supernatural; the following quote from Jensen was shared in the sneak peak –
“We used to think that being silly onset, cracking up during a scene and that kind of thing, was being really unprofessional. We would make efforts to stop messing with each other. But now we take the time to enjoy laughing about something stupid. I think it’s really important to make each other laugh. All of us will be on set just in tears laughing way too often. We could literally put out an entire DVD package of just bloopers, it would be hours long.”