But by the end, the strength of the passion behind the musical and the people putting it on is going to win them both over and that's really where our shout out to the fans is.That's the way we derive a lot of energy from all of the fan support out there.
They did such a great job both embodying and interpreting these characters that we all know and love, from Sam, Dean, Cas, John, Mary, all the people we love from the show."That means that while Castiel will be in the 200th episode, it's going to be a different version of the angel fans know so well."Castiel is in the episode but I, Misha Collins, am not," Collins told E! "It just felt like such a great way to craft a love letter to the show and a love letter to you guys, the fans."That's why the showrunners and writers are extra anxious for the fans to finally get to see it."I'm so excited to see the fan reaction to it," Carver said. We took some risks and every time we do, we wonder if we've gone too far or if we've gone far enough.
I really wanted to find a lot of the iconic moments from the show and really bring those to life in song. Oh yeah, he was."When I saw the script, I also sent an email (I wasn't so audacious to show up in the writers room)," Collins said.
You're going to see some moments that you will remember from episodes and then you'll see a medley of stuff that will explain where we are on our journey of characters."I'm really excited for the fans to see the boys reacting to seeing their lives portrayed by high school kids putting on a musical," Thompson said. "I sent an email, and I was like, 'I would love to be in the 200th episode because it's such a milestone and it's such a big deal.' And again, Jeremy, very eloquently, explained how they wanted to prioritize quality in this episode so they were casting Castiel with another actor.
stars themselves were not so jazzed when they learned what the episode was going to be."I didn't have a positive reaction," Jensen Ackles told E! "The first time in I think 200 scripts I went and sat down in the showrunners office and said, ‘What in god's name are you doing?! I need to understand why this is happening.'"It took some convincing from executive producer Jeremy Carver for Ackles to finally come around to the idea."He gave very eloquent answers and did a great job of explaining why we were doing what we were doing," Ackles said.
"I guess I had been aware of this 'fan fiction' for a while and I felt like maybe if I ignored it, it would eventually go away.
An American actor and director who is popular for his roles in television as Eric Brady in popular series "Days of Our Lives".