I really hope to see more “Esplanie” on Castle next season. Anything you can tease so far? – Marine
Know who else hopes to see more Esposito/Lanie scenes? Andrew W. Marlowe, that’s who. Acknowledging that things are “complicated” between the detective and the M.E., (“I think that Lanie isn’t sure about wanting to commit “), the series’ creator says, “There is much more going on in that relationship than we have had time to show. There’s some great storytelling that we’ve talked about, but to give it the real breadth we want to, we need a bit more time. So we’re going to have some hallmarks next season on that front.” So I in turn ask fans: What hallmarks would you like to see?
WARNING: SPOILERISH AHEAD
ADAM: Depends on who you ask. Cast member Tamala Jones thinks that Beckett’s desire for career advancement in Washington, D.C., could outweigh her feelings for Castle. “Beckett is a strong woman, and she’s not going to forget who she is,” she says. “So she may say no — or not right now.” Susan Sullivan, who plays Castle’s mother, has a different take. “What woman in her right mind would say no to him?” she says. “Therein would lie the problem: I may actually have to move out. Yikes!”
Ausiello: Sources confirm to me exclusively that she will say yes… or no… or something in between. Molly Quinn (Alexis) is pulling for a yes, arguing, “Castle is the best man out there and absolutely loves her and is devoted to her.” Should an engagement and wedding come to pass, don’t expect a certain three-letter word to ever come out of Alexis’ mouth. “I don’t think that Alexis will ever see her as a stepmom because a stepmother has authority,” explains Quinn. “There’s no way that Alexis would be OK with that. She’s used to running the house. And not even her dad has that much authority. So she would see Beckett as an equal and she would totally appreciate [her]. But I don’t even think Beckett would ever try to [parent]. Alexis is an adult now. She’s 20. If this had happened when Alexis was 16, that would have been a totally different story. I’m very glad that it didn’t happen because that would have been a lot of rebellion and a lot of trouble.”
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Nathan Fillion (Castle, Firefly, Serenity) stars in Joss Whedon’s retelling of Much Ado About Nothing. Fillion joined the director and other “Whedonverse” alum (Amy Acker, Alexis Denisof, Clark Gregg) for Opening Night of the Seattle International Film Festival.
I’ve added photos from the ABC event that Tamala, Penny, Molly & Susan attended last night. They all looked lovely!
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Joss Whedon is a man who multi-tasks. While directing “The Avengers” — a film he wrote and helped to conceive — he was also busily tackling Shakespeare. On nights and weekends, Whedon edited and scored his adaptation of “Much Ado About Nothing,” a film shot in his own house in just 12 days. “Much Ado” kicks off this year’s Seattle International Film Festival.
Known for casting from a central group of talent, Whedon’s “Much Ado,” features some of the biggest names in the “Whedonverse,” including “Castle” star Nathan Fillion, Amy Acker (of “Dollhouse” and “Angel,” among other television shows and films), and Seattleite and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer“ cast member Alexis Denisof .
“When someone hires you a second time, you know you didn’t blow it the first time,” Fillion jokes.