The 'Supernatural' star has tweeted to fans after cancelling forthcoming public appearances.
'Supernatural' fans have been showing their support after series star Jared Padalecki pulled out of scheduled appearances at forthcoming conventions in Italy and Australia, The Huffington Post reports.
'Supernatural' fans didn't get to meet Jared Padalecki at the weekend
Jared and his co-star Jensen Ackles had planned to greet fans over the weekend (May 15-17) in Rome for their annual fan convention for the popular fantasy-horror series, but Padalecki was forced to cancel, leading some to worry about his condition when he apologised for the late decision with cryptic messages on Twitter.
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So far, the predictions are as far-fetched as reporter's imaginations can go.
Advance planning for “Man of Steel 2” is well underway and that can only mean one thing – Warner Bross and DC are looking for their next Batman. Sure, they could have teamed up Kale-El with, say, Wonder Woman for their next step towards the franchise to end all franchises – Justice League. As it stands, though, the list of contenders is largely male, white and around the age of 40.
Predictions abound as to Henry Cavill's co-star in Man of Steel 2.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, quite a few actors have been considered for the part – from Supernatural’s Jensen Ackles and The Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln (could you imagine Rick Grimes as Superman?) to trending names such as Ryan Gosling and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. More outlandish rumors have even pegged Simon Pegg (ha!) and Daniel Dae Kim as being in the running. As of yet, however, no one is actually in the running.
Jensen Ackles, Daneel Harris and People's Choice Awards - Jensen Ackles, Daneel Harris Los Angeles, California, United States 39th Annual People's Choice Awards at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live - Arrivals Wednesday 9th January 2013
For a long time, a cult has centered around one of the era's most talked about titles: My Bloody Valentine. With most of its violence cut out and a "blue collar" perspective on the carnage, it remains for many a good time guilty pleasure. Now Lionsgate has seen fit to remake the movie, using an old '50s gimmick as a selling point -- and you know what, it works like a blood-spattered charm.
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