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Anonymous said: Misha Collins should I watch Karla.

If you can’t tell that I’m not Misha Collins, then you probably would have trouble telling fantasy from reality, so I’m going to go with  … no? 

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Anonymous said: hi, I'm going to a convention soon with a friend of mine, and we have a photo op with misha, richard and mark. I was wondering if you could advise on what a good pose might be? It's just a little tricky with 5 people

Which Mark? If it’s Sheppard, I can go ahead and tell you how he will pose.

Either way, I’d probably hold a sign that says “I spent $___ on this convention and all I got was this lousy photo.”

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Similar to the near endless supply of strange pictures of Misha, someone could probably fill a Tumblr of nothing but examples of Jensen’s image being commercially appropriated.

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Similar to the near endless supply of strange pictures of Misha, someone could probably fill a Tumblr of nothing but examples of Jensen’s image being commercially appropriated.

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bubbasbeanybaby said: Karla is a weird movie I watched it before Misha ever said anythin about it. The only fact is its based on a true story. Remeber how in the show Cas acts hella weird when the Leviathan are in him. Take that and that's him all through out the movie.

I actually thought that his performance in “Karla” was weird at first, because you know how serial killers are sometimes romanticized in fiction as being, like, very cool, intelligent and kind of sexy? (Think Hannibal Lector or Dexter.) Misha wasn’t. At all.

I thought that Misha was trying to seem like he was cool and powerful but failing miserably at it, because he just seemed kind of pathetic. Then I saw a video of the real Paul Bernardo, and I realized that it was actually Paul who was trying to be cool and powerful. It was Paul who was failing. Paul isn’t at all the person he wanted to project himself as, and that Misha to managed to convey the character’s intentions to the audience while also showing what the character wanted to conceal is incredible. Misha was playing on all these different levels as who Paul thought he was and who Paul wanted to be and what Paul really was. 

People don’t talk about his acting skills very much, but his ability to become someone else is truly remarkable. In this case, it had big downsides, though; he found himself spending time in a truly disturbing state of mind and then everyone thought that he was just like his character. 

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Anonymous said: Well I would watch it on Netflix. So hopefully that doesn't count.

I watched in on Netflix as well - it just popped up with his name on it, and I didn’t know anything more than what the description said. I hope I remembered to give it like zero stars and a scathing review. Ugh. It’s gross.

If you’ve got Netflix streaming, you may be able to see many of Misha’s guest roles on TV shows. I don’t know what’s available, but here’s a list of Misha’s films and TV show appearances that I recommend.

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Here’s the smug!Misha blank for those who want to make their own:

Photo by elsiecat.livejournal.com

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Anonymous said: I also think he probably doesn't want you to contribute to the movie in anyway (as in buying a dvd?) As that would benefit the people who made it. So find a way to see that puppy without paying anything towards them? Might be a suggestion.

Well, I wouldn’t recommend buying the DVD because it’s not that good a movie, and also because then you’d have a copy of “Karla” in your home and try explaining that to guests. 

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Anonymous said: Omg. I hate myself right now. Because I really want to watch Karla (with Misha Collins) but I know Misha told his fans not to watch it. But I really want to watch it but I also want to respect Misha.

Well, when he says, “Don’t watch it,” I think he means it the way I meant it - as advice, not a command. Like, he doesn’t recommend that you watch it. I don’t think you should feel guilty about wanting to watch it.

I’ve seen him answer questions from fans who have seen it and he’s never seemed upset that they did. Well, backstage of Rising Con Brazil, he did seem a little upset towards the end, but he still thanked the fan - I think he was more frustrated that she wasn’t understanding what he was trying to say about it. 

I’ve got more information on "Karla" and Misha’s role in it. I think the most important thing is for fans to realize that it’s based on a true story that happened very recently. The families of the victims could very well stumble upon something that you say about the movie online, so keep that in mind and try to be respectful. 

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Anonymous said: Wait what. Misha had a threesome?

No … Misha has had threesomes. Plural. His wife literally wrote the book on threesomes. Misha has had all the sex.

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So um, my dad ran in to Misha Collins while walking the Chiweenie…

smogtongue:

So um, my dad ran in to Misha Collins while walking the Chiweenie…