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 Ben Edlund itv : Supernatural s5 (29/07/09)

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MessageSujet: Ben Edlund itv : Supernatural s5 (29/07/09)   Mer 5 Aoû - 15:54

voiçi le topic de l'interview donnée par Ben Edlund dans la salle de conférence du comic con 2009 !!! publiée par jesterz.com ce 29 juillet.

il y parle de Supernatural season 5, de nos frères & bien plus encore !!!

enjoy !


Ben Edlund worked his way over after Kripke, and this guy is every bit as wild in person as is his writing. His comments were definitely out there, but he was really fun to listen to. He was more clear in this interview though than I’ve heard him in others, and he behaved himself by not giving away things. Sadly, I didn’t get in a question for Ben. Of course, once the teddy bear got out of the way first, that pretty much killed my question list.



What creepy things are you bringing up this season on Supernatural? You did the emotional teddy bear that wanted to kill himself. What next?

BE: He’s coming back! Wouldn’t it be cool? He’s coming back and he’s crossing the post apocalyptic wasteland. Grrr. (we laugh). What’s crazy so far? We’ve got a lot of good crazy. The one I just finished, which is the first one I’ve written this season, it puts Dean way into the future. And we get to see a slightly more developed part of the apocalypse and that’s pretty cool. Which I won’t get too deeply into because we’re supposed to be coy I was told.

We thought about this last season that we were really dedicated to this notion which is like we’ll try and go as far as we can and use as many directions we can. I think we achieved a lot of that. So we’re breaking the format and then also getting really strange like the teddy bear, seven foot tall porno reading booze swilling teddy bear hanging out with a girl. Horrible, who would do that? (shifts eyes). I quit!


Sam’s arc this season seems to be recovering from his demon blood problem.

BE: He will have some addiction issues, yes.


What is Dean’s arc this season?

BE: You know, we’ve been working on the notion that both of them have these massive responsibilities that they’re gonna step into. Dean’s role has been moving from the guy driving the car. He’s gone from the chauffer of destiny to a sad participant in destiny. So, he’s going to have important things to do. That’s one of the areas I was supposed to be pretty coy about though. Try another one! Try another angle, let’s see if we can get at it.


Can you tell us a little bit about the character of Lucifer? Was there ever any thought, because Lucifer has to have a vessel, that any of the characters currently on the show would be a vessel for Lucifer? The brothers or Castiel?

BE: The source of the question is its answer. We thought about it too. It’s a natural thing. For us though, he’s an antagonist. One thing I’ll say about him is writing for him is hard. He’s supposed to be wicked smart. He’s the oldest being we’ve written words for and stuff. We’ve mostly decided to make him nice as possible. That’s the solution. Speaking of nice, he might actually be nice, if you get away from the human centric point of view, he’s actually not a villain at all. I mean, I don’t worship him yet bug I –

You’re a fan.

BE: Well, I see him across a crowded room, let’s say that. That’s bad, right?


Sam and Dean fought a lot last season and then that seemed to abruptly end with Lucifer rising up. Is there still going to be fallout in their relationship or will they bond together?

BE: There will be, yeah, there’s a lot of fallout. They really harmed each other’s sense of family. It would be irresponsible for them to just go “Okay, we have this problem, let’s band together and move forward.” There’s a lot of fallout, that we’re gonna be doing. The answer is yes.


When will John Winchester come back from Hell?

BE: We always talk about this, “Where is he?” because he jumped out of Hell for a while and then he went who knows where. Hell is also a distorted, twisted space now because it’s nuclear reactor left, basically. Once you rise Lucifer and I get into this, I like this stuff, we never put it on because this is not plot oriented or anything, the notion that Hell froze over because it lost it’s power source. We’ll put it in at some point. I’ll convince them.

(some comment I couldn’t hear)

Everybody is dysfunctional on this show. (Someone agrees). Now I’m offended! (joking).


Can you tell us about the return of Meg in the upcoming season opener?

BE: That she returns. And that she’s irascible. You know, she comes back to make more trouble. I think that one thing that’ll be interesting this season is the apocalypse, and we’re dedicated to that, which is a hard thing to pull off on CW dollars. We’re, you know, working it out. Characters like Meg, characters for whom we have a little sentimentality, they’ll find different roles, not necessarily always just a full-on villain because the fault broke and it’s a shifting in the tectonic landscape. I’m getting into plate tectonics, sorry.


What about a character like Henriksen? How different was he with fighting for good and killed by evil?

BE: He was so great right before he got blown up. Lilith! (In a damn you tone). Yeah, that would be cool. I think there is room for maybe a helpful ghost. Essentially, that would be what he would function as if it was possible. I’ll take that idea and pretend it’s mine.


http://www.jesterz.net/supernatural/27-news-and-announcements/1802-ben-edlund-interview-comic-con-press-room.html

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MessageSujet: Re: Ben Edlund itv : Supernatural s5 (29/07/09)   Jeu 6 Aoû - 15:05

didi*padackles a écrit:
voiçi le topic de l'interview donnée par Ben Edlund dans la salle de conférence du comic con 2009 !!! publiée par jesterz.com ce 29 juillet.

il y parle de Supernatural season 5, de nos frères & bien plus encore !!!

Ben Edlund worked his way over after Kripke, and this guy is every bit as wild in person as is his writing. His comments were definitely out there, but he was really fun to listen to. He was more clear in this interview though than I’ve heard him in others, and he behaved himself by not giving away things. Sadly, I didn’t get in a question for Ben. Of course, once the teddy bear got out of the way first, that pretty much killed my question list.

What creepy things are you bringing up this season on Supernatural? You did the emotional teddy bear that wanted to kill himself. What next?

BE: He’s coming back! Wouldn’t it be cool? He’s coming back and he’s crossing the post apocalyptic wasteland. Grrr. (we laugh). What’s crazy so far? We’ve got a lot of good crazy. The one I just finished, which is the first one I’ve written this season, it puts Dean way into the future. And we get to see a slightly more developed part of the apocalypse and that’s pretty cool. Which I won’t get too deeply into because we’re supposed to be coy I was told.

We thought about this last season that we were really dedicated to this notion which is like we’ll try and go as far as we can and use as many directions we can. I think we achieved a lot of that. So we’re breaking the format and then also getting really strange like the teddy bear, seven foot tall porno reading booze swilling teddy bear hanging out with a girl. Horrible, who would do that? (shifts eyes). I quit!

Sam’s arc this season seems to be recovering from his demon blood problem.

BE: He will have some addiction issues, yes.

What is Dean’s arc this season?

BE: You know, we’ve been working on the notion that both of them have these massive responsibilities that they’re gonna step into. Dean’s role has been moving from the guy driving the car. He’s gone from the chauffer of destiny to a sad participant in destiny. So, he’s going to have important things to do. That’s one of the areas I was supposed to be pretty coy about though. Try another one! Try another angle, let’s see if we can get at it.

Can you tell us a little bit about the character of Lucifer? Was there ever any thought, because Lucifer has to have a vessel, that any of the characters currently on the show would be a vessel for Lucifer? The brothers or Castiel?

BE: The source of the question is its answer. We thought about it too. It’s a natural thing. For us though, he’s an antagonist. One thing I’ll say about him is writing for him is hard. He’s supposed to be wicked smart. He’s the oldest being we’ve written words for and stuff. We’ve mostly decided to make him nice as possible. That’s the solution. Speaking of nice, he might actually be nice, if you get away from the human centric point of view, he’s actually not a villain at all. I mean, I don’t worship him yet bug I –

You’re a fan.

BE: Well, I see him across a crowded room, let’s say that. That’s bad, right?

Sam and Dean fought a lot last season and then that seemed to abruptly end with Lucifer rising up. Is there still going to be fallout in their relationship or will they bond together?

BE: There will be, yeah, there’s a lot of fallout. They really harmed each other’s sense of family. It would be irresponsible for them to just go “Okay, we have this problem, let’s band together and move forward.” There’s a lot of fallout, that we’re gonna be doing. The answer is yes.

When will John Winchester come back from Hell?

BE: We always talk about this, “Where is he?” because he jumped out of Hell for a while and then he went who knows where. Hell is also a distorted, twisted space now because it’s nuclear reactor left, basically. Once you rise Lucifer and I get into this, I like this stuff, we never put it on because this is not plot oriented or anything, the notion that Hell froze over because it lost it’s power source. We’ll put it in at some point. I’ll convince them.

(some comment I couldn’t hear)

Everybody is dysfunctional on this show. (Someone agrees). Now I’m offended! (joking).

Can you tell us about the return of Meg in the upcoming season opener?

BE: That she returns. And that she’s irascible. You know, she comes back to make more trouble. I think that one thing that’ll be interesting this season is the apocalypse, and we’re dedicated to that, which is a hard thing to pull off on CW dollars. We’re, you know, working it out. Characters like Meg, characters for whom we have a little sentimentality, they’ll find different roles, not necessarily always just a full-on villain because the fault broke and it’s a shifting in the tectonic landscape. I’m getting into plate tectonics, sorry.

What about a character like Henriksen? How different was he with fighting for good and killed by evil?

BE: He was so great right before he got blown up. Lilith! (In a damn you tone). Yeah, that would be cool. I think there is room for maybe a helpful ghost. Essentially, that would be what he would function as if it was possible. I’ll take that idea and pretend it’s mine.

http://www.jesterz.net/supernatural/27-news-and-announcements/1802-ben-edlund-interview-comic-con-press-room.html


Traduction !

Qu’est-ce que vous allez nous apporter de fou cette saison ? Vous avez créé l’ours en peluche géant émotif qui voulait se suicider. Et ensuite ?
Il revient ! Ca serait cool, n’est-ce pas ? Il revient et il traverse le désert post apocalyptique. Grrr. (rires). Il y a beaucoup de choses folles. Celle que je viens de finir – la première que j’ai écrite cette saison – présente Dean dans le futur. On aura l’occasion de voir une partie un peu plus développée de l’apocalypse, ce que je ne vais pas dévoiler, parce qu’on est censé être évasif… on est vraiment dévoué à la notion d’aller aussi loin que possible dans toutes les directions possibles. Je pense qu’on a pas mal réussi en terme de briser le format original, et comme par exemple, l’ours en peluche géant qui lit du porno, qui boit et qui joue avec la fille. Qui ferait ça ?

L’arc de Sam cette saison semblerait être de se rétablir de son problème d’addiction au sang de démon.
Il aura des problèmes d’addiction, oui.

Quel sera l’arc de Dean cette saison ?
On est en train de travailler sur la notion d’après laquelle tous les deux vont avoir de grosses responsabilités. Le rôle de Dean a dépassé celui du gars qui conduit la voiture. Il est passé du chauffeur de la destinée au triste participant de cette destinée. Il aura des choses importantes à faire – c’est une des choses au sujet desquelles je suis censé être assez évasif. Essayez d’aborder ça sous un autre angle ! Voyons si on peut y arriver !

Que pouvez-vous nous dire à propos du diable ?
C’est dur d’écrire pour lui. Il est censé être méchamment intelligent. C’est l’être le plus ancien pour lequel on a écrit. On a décidé de le rendre aussi gentil que possible. Je pense que c’est la solution ! Juste le rendre gentil ! Il se pourrait qu’il soit vraiment gentil. Le truc, c’est que, si on s’éloigne du point de vue centré sur l’humanité, ce n’est pas du tout un méchant. Je ne le vénère pas mais je le vois de l’autre côté d’une salle pleine de monde. On va dire ça comme ça.

Sam et Dean se sont beaucoup battus la saison précédente et on dirait que ça s’est fini avec l’ascension de Lucifer. Y aura-t-il des retombées ou vont-ils se réunir ?
Il y aura beaucoup de retombées. Ils ont vraiment nuit au sens de la famille l’un de l’autre. Ça serait irresponsable pour eux juste de dire, ‘On a eu ce problème, serrons-nous les coudes et avançons.’ Il y aura beaucoup de retombées.

Quand est-ce que John Winchester reviendra de l’enfer ?
On parle toujours de ça. Où est-il ? Parce qu’il a en quelque sorte sauté hors de l’enfer pendant un temps et est parti on ne sait où, et que l’enfer est aussi un espace distordu après que son réacteur nucléaire est parti, en gros. Parce qu’une fois que vous libérez Lucifer…, ça n’a rien à voir avec l’histoire mais il y a la notion selon laquelle l’enfer gèlerait après avoir perdu ses pouvoirs. On mettra ces choses à un moment donné. Je les convaincrais.

Il y a donc une absence de pouvoir des deux côtés ?
Tout le monde est dysfonctionnel dans cette série.

Pouvez-vous nous parler du retour de Meg ?
Je peux vous dire qu’elle est de retour plus irascible que jamais. Elle revient pour causer encore plus de problèmes. Je pense que la chose intéressante cette saison sera l’apocalypse et on est très dévoués à ça, ce qui est une chose difficile à traduire en dollar CW. On y travaille. Des personnages comme Meg, pour lesquels on a un peu de sentiments, trouveront différents rôles, pas forcément celui de grand méchant.

Et au sujet d’un personnage comme Henricksen ? à quel point était-il différent en se battant pour le bien et tué par le mal ?
Il était si génial avant de se faire tuer. Lilith ! Oui, ça serait cool. Je pense qu’il y a de la place pour un fantôme qui donnerait un coup de main. C’est comme ça que ça se passerait si c’était possible. Je prends cette idée et je prétendrai que c’est la mienne.


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