Monday, November 10, 2014

Along with stopping by “GMA”, Stana Katic also made an appearance earlier this morning (November 10) on “The View” to discuss tonight’s new episode of “Castle.” You can check out the 3:58 interview below. Screen captures will most likely be up tomorrow afternoon. Enjoy!

Monday, November 10, 2014

Stana Katic stopped by “Good Morning America” earlier this morning (November 10) to discuss tonight’s episode of “Castle.” You can check out the interview below. It’s only a short 2:53 interview, but it’s worth the watch. Screen captures from the appearance will most likely be uploaded tomorrow. So stay tuned for those! Enjoy!

Friday, November 7, 2014

Hey everybody! I just updated our photo gallery with 9 high quality episode stills of Stana from season seven, episode seven, titled “Once Upon A Time in the West.” You can also read the official press release for the episode. Enjoy!

“Once Upon A Time in the West” — Castle and Beckett learn that a murder victim may have been poisoned at an Old West-style resort, they visit the resort posing as newlyweds to uncover the truth, on “Castle,” MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

“Castle” stars Nathan Fillion as Richard Castle, Stana Katic as NYPD Detective Kate Beckett, Susan Sullivan as Martha Rodgers, Molly Quinn as Alexis Castle, Penny Johnson Jerald as NYPD Captain Victoria Gates, Tamala Jones as Medical Examiner Lanie Parish, Jon Huertas as NYPD Detective Javier Esposito, and Seamus Dever as NYPD Detective Kevin Ryan.

Guest Cast: Sarah Butler as Whitney Williams, Hector Hank as Dr. Neville, Tyler Hilton as Tobias, Keith Szarabajka as James Grady.

“Once Upon A Time in the West” was written by Terence Winter and directed by Alrick Riley.

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Friday, November 7, 2014

Stana Katic is scheduled to make appears on both “Good Morning America” and “The View” on November 10th, 2014. So be sure to mark your calendars and set your DVR! In case you happen to miss it, don’t worry, we will have all the coverage updated on our website for you guys!

Good Morning America
Mo 11/10: Stana Katic

The View
Mo 11/10: Sting, “The Last Ship” Broadway performance, Stana Katic, Tai Beauchamp, guest co-host Gretchen Wilson

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

The nominations for the 2015 People’s Choice Awards were announced early Tuesday morning (November 4) and Stana Katic picked up 2 nominations: Favorite Crime Drama TV Actress and Favorite TV Duo! Not only that, but “Castle” picked up a nomination, as well as Nathan Fillion! Check out below who Stana is nominated alonside and be sure to check voting every single day! Let’s make this Stana’s 2nd win for the People’s Choice Awards, everybody!

Favorite Crime Drama TV Actress
Emily Deschanel
Lucy Liu
Mariska Hargitay
Robin Tunney
Stana Katic

Favorite TV Duo
David Boreanaz & Emily Deschanel (Bones)
Ginnifer Goodwin & Josh Dallas (Once Upon a Time)
Jared Padalecki & Jensen Ackles (Supernatural)
Nathan Fillion & Stana Katic (Castle)
Nina Dobrev & Ian Somerhalder (The Vampire Diaries)

Favorite TV Crime Drama
Criminal Minds
The Mentalist

“Mom” stars Allison Janney and Anna Faris will host the live awards ceremony, which will air on CBS on Wednesday, Jan. 7, at 9/8c.

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

“TV Line” — Save the date — Monday, Nov. 10. That’s when ABC’s Castle is truly heading for a wedding, after Kate and Rick’s original nuptials got derailed by the groom’s mysterious vanishing. That said, the crimesolvers’ trip to the altar won’t be without one final detour, as Rick finds himself in a reality where he and Kate never met!

TVLine invited showrunner David Amann to preview this latest pre-wedding twist, tease their ersatz honeymoon and also field burning questions that still surround Rick’s disappearing act and accompanying memory loss.

TVLINE | At the time you decided to derail the season-ending wedding, did you know when it would actually take place?
We knew that it was going to happen within the first half-dozen episodes. We didn’t know exactly which one, but we knew it would happen relatively soon.

TVLINE | So you never bandied about the idea, “Let’s make them wait for the Season 7 finale”?
No, we felt like that would be a little punitive to our audience. This is something they and we, quite frankly, wanted for the show, so we didn’t want to delay it too much longer.

TVLINE | Was the trick then finding a unique way to frame it within an episode?
That’s exactly right. We had toyed with versions of an alternate reality kind of story, and this one we felt was a really good vehicle to give Castle (played by Nathan Fillion) perspective on his life had he not met Beckett (Stana Katic). It serves as a way of driving them towards closure in their relationship.

TVLINE | So in this “reality,” the past six or so years have passed, just without him in their lives?
Exactly. So he’s never written Nikki Heat, because he never met [Kate]. And she has no idea who he is. Also, the people around him — Martha, Alexis — are different as well, in different kinds of ways, in direction reaction to the path that his life has taken. So there’s a lot of fun to be had in the episode. Nathan, I think, is brilliant at playing the “fish out of water” situation, which he does a lot of in this episode. It’s a delightful show.

TVLINE | And are our friends at the 12th different, as well?
The differences are a bit more subtle, but yes, they’re definitely different. Clearly [Ryan and Esposito] don’t know Castle from Adam in this story, so they both view him with varying degrees of suspicion.

TVLINE | One concern I heard viewers had as the Season 6 finale played out was that if there had been a wedding, it would have only been, like, 45 seconds tacked onto the end of the episode. I imagine they have that same concern with “Time of Our Lives.” Will the wedding element total more than 45 seconds?
I don’t know what the length of the actual wedding is, but I will say that having seen it, it is a really beautiful moment for the two characters, and for the series itself. I think it’s going to meet — or hopefully exceed — the expectations of the folks watching the show.

TVLINE | Because you covered a lot of the elements already last season — the preparation, assorted dresses, shopping for a venue. Now it’s just about actually exchanging vows.

TVLINE | Was it always your plan to have some sort of a honeymoon venue factor into the subsequent episode (airing Nov. 17)?
It was something that kind of came out naturally, because they’re investigating a case that is goes back to this dude ranch. They were going to have to go undercover, in this case under the pretense that they are newlyweds, even though they are newlyweds. But they’re not there to go on their honeymoon, they’re there to solve a murder. But that doesn’t mean that some fun can’t be had along the way.

TVLINE | Will they have squeezed in an actual honeymoon between Episodes 6 and 7?
They will not have had one; that’s an issue that we’ll be addressing at the top of Episode 7.

TVLINE | Did I hear or read that there are Firefly nods to be found in the Old West episode?
I think it is possible…..

TVLINE | The mystery of Castle’s vanishing/memory loss: Will that be revisited at all by midseason?
We’ll probably brush up against it in at least one episode that follows [Episode 10], and then well revisit around the [Episode] 14/15 area.

TVLINE | Which I felt would always be the plan. That’s how the Johanna Beckett mythology was parsed out, and the Jackson Hunt episodes. You’d hit it, let it fall by the way side for a stretch, then have it pop up again. I saw some people expecting it to be solved in the first two episodes and I’m like, “Not gonna happen.”
No, Beckett’s mother’s murder persisted over basically five seasons — six, really — until it was resolved. We’re certainly not anticipating that here, but it will lie fallow until such time that it kind of asserts itself within the series, and then Castle has to deal with it again. It’s the kind of thing that, like the mythology of Beckett’s mother’s murder, will come and go. The shadow of her mother’s death didn’t hang over Beckett every episode, just the ones where we dealt with it directly. This will be the same way. It’s been put back in the box, but the box will open up again, and Castle will have to figure out what his next move is.

TVLINE | There was a pre-season interview where Nathan at least suggested it wouldn’t be as dark as the Johanna Beckett mystery
I think that’s probably true, yeah.

TVLINE | Was the “Hollander’s Woods” thing a clue to what Rick blocked out, or was that just some sort of “passcode” that Not Henry Jenkins was using?
That was just about being able to prove in that moment that Castle had said something to him, that there was a confidence shared between them. That particular biographical detail about Castle was proof of that.

TVLINE | So the larger mystery is not about something he witnessed in the woods as a kid.
No, not at all.

TVLINE | Lastly, is there a reason why Rick had to be grabbed in the Hamptons, on his wedding day? Even one of the cops, I think, brought this up — why not just grab him in the city?
There is a reason, yes, and it has to do with the timing of what was going on. We’ll probably explore that a bit more fully when we get back into that storytelling later in the season.

Monday, November 3, 2014

“Entertainment Weekly” — Last fans heard of Castle’s disappearance, Castle was being warned that he might not want the truth. And according to showrunner David Amann, the truth isn’t going to reveal itself anytime soon considering that Castle’s disappearance won’t be revisited in the next four episodes. However, Amann did promise that we’ll come into contact with it again in the near future. And when we do, fans don’t need to be worried about the truth messing with Castle and Beckett’s relationship.

“We don’t regard what happened to Castle as some kind of time bomb that’s going to go off and mess up their relationship or fundamentally change who he is as a character,” Amann said. “It’s just an aspect of mystery that he is irresistably going to be drawn back to at some future point this season.”

But until then, we got Amann to give us a rundown of what fans can expect from the show for the rest of 2014.

Episode 6: “The Time of Our Lives”
As fans saw in the promo for the forthcoming episode, Castle finds himself in an alternate world where he and Beckett have never met. From that description, it might sound like bad news for Castle and Beckett when in fact, it’s just the opposite. “Terri Miller kind of crafted a really great little episode that allowed us to go to a different world and have there be a reason for it, which is basically to spur Castle to advance his relationship with Beckett,” Amann said. And yes, he does promise that there will be a real-life wedding. “We feel already at the end of season six, there was the promise of a wedding that was undone by Castle’s disappearance and we did not want to do that again.” More importantly, Amann described the ceremony as “incredibly romantic.”

Episode 7: “Once Upon A Time In The West”
Written by Terence Winter, who also wrote “Blue Butterfly,” in which Castle was a film noir P.I., this episode has a Western theme. Posing as newlyweds, Castle and Beckett go undercover at an Old West resort in order to solve a murder. That being said, Amann promised “a lot of Western fun,” including stagecoaches and the like. Generally, he said, “It’s an incredibly fun and charming episode and I think a good follow-up to episode six in that regard.”

Episode 8: “Kill Switch”
From themed episodes to thrilling ones, this hour will find Esposito on a subway train with a gunman. “Esposito and Ryan are looking for a guy who’s connected to a case that they’re investigating. They think he’s either a potential victim of a killer or somebody who might be a person of interest—they don’t regard him as a suspect,” Amann said. “Esposito follows him into a subway car and tries to talk to him, and this guy has an entirely different agenda and sees Esposito, sees the badge, and pulls a gun and it turns into a hostage situation on the subway where Esposito is trying to negotiate this guy down and resolve the situation and take care of the other people that are in the car.

“Meanwhile, our folks on the outside are trying to understand who this guy is because clearly he’s not who we thought he was initially and what are his motives and what’s it going to take to resolve the situation. So it’s a bit more of a thriller kind of episode. We like to throw those in from time to time. We feel like the show benefits from mixing up tones and it’s been able to sustain those kinds of episodes in the past and so it felt like a fun, suspenseful hour.”

However, fans shouldn’t worry too much about their beloved Esposito. “I think that he’s a very resourceful guy and I think that he will figure out a way to resolve the situation hopefully without any harm coming to anybody,” Amann said, adding, “Hopefully.”

Episode 9: “Last Action Hero”
Getting back to the lighter side of the show, Amann described episode nine as “the death of an Expendable. It’s the death of an aging action star.” And because Castle loves aging action stars, “it happens to also be a guy who’s a childhood hero of Castle’s, so he’s very invested in the case,” Amann said. “He was part of a movie that was being made that’s sort of an Expendables-type movie so we go to the set and we meet all these other guys who are these broken down old action heroes. So there’s a lot of fun to be had in the episode. We think that’s also going to be really delightful.”

Episode 10: “Bad Santa”
And finally, we’re back to the Castle mystery with this year’s Christmas episode. “We may have a bit of a game-changer in terms of what’s happening with Castle, so we’ll be doing, unlike past seasons, we’ll be doing a little bit of a cliffhanger coming off that episode as we come back in January,” Amann said. “So there’ll be something that happens toward the end of that episode that’s going to change the outlook as we come into the new year for Castle and Beckett.” But don’t panic—it’s not going to affect their relationship. “They’re not getting a divorce,” Amann promised.

Castle returns next Monday, Nov. 10, at 10 p.m. on ABC.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Hey everybody! I just updated our photo gallery with 3 high quality episode stills of Stana from season seven, episode six, titled “The Time of Our Lives.” You can also check out the official press release for the episode. Enjoy!

“The Time of Our Lives” — A murder investigation launches Castle into what seems to be an alternate universe where he’s never met Kate Beckett. Castle has to convince Beckett, Esposito and Ryan — now complete strangers — to let him participate in their investigation so he can find his way back to his own world. This inspires Castle & Beckett to finally take a trip to the altar, on “Castle,” MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

“Castle” stars Nathan Fillion as Richard Castle, Stana Katic as NYPD Detective Kate Beckett, Susan Sullivan as Martha Rodgers, Molly Quinn as Alexis Castle, Penny Johnson Jerald as NYPD Captain Victoria Gates, Tamala Jones as Medical Examiner Lanie Parish, Jon Huertas as NYPD Detective Javier Esposito, and Seamus Dever as NYPD Detective Kevin Ryan.

Guest Cast: Julian Scott Urena as Renzo Conrad, David Francis Harris as Mathias Gensler, Jeffrey Nordling as Marcus Lark, Scott Paulin as Jim Beckett.

“The Time of Our Lives” was written by Terri Edda Miller and directed by Paul Holahan.

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