CastleMania 118 PDF


CastleMania 118 PDF
4 ¤ Reviews
5 ¤ Bromance
6 ¤ Dressed... to kill?
8 ¤ Molly Q. on Cupcakes Quarterly
12 ¤ The World of Dever’s Pets
14 ¤ Nathan F. & Jon Huertas on
Charity : Water
16 ¤ Stana Katic
‘ATP & Children’s Welfare’
R e v i e w s
One more week, the review of Chapter 118
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· Review Castle 6x01 y 6x02: Valkyrie & DreamWorld
· Review Castle 6x04: Number One Fan
· Review Castle 6x05: Time Will Tell
· Review Castle 6x06: Get A Clue
· Review Castle 6x07: Like Father, Like Daughter
· Review Castle 6x08: A Murder Is Forever
· Review Castle 6x09 2.0: Disciple
· Review Castle 6x10: The God, The Bad and The Baby
· Review Castle 6x11: Under Fire
· Review Castle 6x12: Deep Cover
· NEW Review Castle 6x13: Limelight
Detectives Kevin Ryan and Javier Esposito are more than just partners -- they are the
ultimate bros.
They’ve shared the same coffee stirrer,
coordinated elaborate fistbumps, and
endured a harrowing water torture with
courage and humor.
And though their bromance has been
tested by women, cases, and even
keeping “Caskett” a secret, in the end,
and Espo always have each other’s backs.
“There’s always going to be difference[s]
between Ryan and Esposito. There’s a huge personality difference between the two, and that’s
what, I think, makes for a lot of the funny bits.
My wife and his fiancée
are really good friends... so
I’m intrinsically linked to Jon
Huertas now, for good - it’s
been very good and the
guy makes me laugh a lot,
and I think vice versa.”
- Seamus Dever
We’re still partners for life… Til the wheels fall
- Jon Huertas
“I think it does a lot. Jon
and I are now really good
friends. We’re sort of one
and the same. We spend 12
to 14 hours a day together
so I see a lot of Jon Huertas.
When the assistant to Modern Fashion Magazine’s
dictatorial editor Matilda King (Franes Fisher) is
found murdered, Castle and Beckett are thrust into
the glitzy, ruthless world of high fashion in their
Frances Fisher (guest star)
search for the killer.
history in the modelling world gets her access to a very
special wedding surprise.
According to, the dress was created by
Luke Reichle, the “Castle” costume designer and is made
of re-embroidered French silver bullion lace, silk taffeta
and organza. On the open market, such a dress would
cost at least $30,000.
Rob Estes (guest star)
Is this what Beckett will wear when she marries Castle
in September? Will the couple actually marry at their
newly chosen time?
A fan asked to Fisher in Twitter,
how would define she working with
Stana Katic, and she responded
with a clear and concise answer:
“Lovely and funny, total professional”.
“Castle” may not be rushing into a wedding for its
lead characters, but preparations are underway.
Alberto Vargas helped invent pinup art
and created some gorgeous artwork in that vein.
The photos have that playfully naughty quality
like we just happened to walk in on redhead goddess Molly Quinn sorting through her books in a
sexy little baby doll nighty on her furry, pink carpet.
It’s classic pinup content for which Molly works perfectly. Those guys doing the pinup art back in the
day loved their redheads just as much as we do now.
Things go a little different in the
pages of Cupcake Quarterly, where classic
style pinup images are created with photography rather than pen and ink, but the effect is still the same.
Seamus - Juliana
and Maizy Dever
Hollywood is full of gorgeous, picture-perfect celebrity couples who seem
to live in a fairytale world of fame, but more often than not, these relationships are revealed as flawed—and the couples usually split under
the pressures of the spotlight. One couple we think would overcome
all of the odds of celebrity marriage is the talented twosome Seamus
and Juliana Dever. As a married couple playing a married couple on
the hit ABC series Castle, Seamus and Juliana’s real life is one of celebration, wine and weekend woodworking. They are a ‘normal’ couple
who live a normal life in a town and industry that are anything but.
Seamus has navigated the acting spectrum, playing confident characters
on shows like Army Wives and General Hospital (both of which had him
starring as a doctor), and he has also appeared in many of the most popular
television shows on air today including Mad Men, Drop Dead Diva, NCIS, and all
three CSI franchises. On the big screen, Seamus has joined Oscar-winning actors Adrian Brody and Ben Affleck
in Hollywoodland as well as starring in the independent comedy Ready or Not, among others. Seamus’ life-long
love of performing on stage has also led him to become well-known to theatre audiences. After assuming the
iconic role of Alex in A Clockwork Orange, he received rave reviews and nominations for an Ovation, Garland,
and Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award. Another highlight amidst his more than 60 plays and musicals is
his notable performance in iWitness at The Mark Taper Forum.
In his role as Homicide Detective Kevin Ryan on Castle, he proves to be a fan favorite as well, always imparting
his charm, wit, and wealth of obscure knowledge into his character. Much to the delight of Dever’s flock of fans,
his character married his long-time girlfriend in Season 3 who is coincidentally portrayed by his real-life wife, Juliana. The real couple, who met in 2002, embraced their on-screen nuptials and have been the buzz of fans since.
“I was very pleased with the way that worked out. There was a lot that you can use from real life in the work,”
Seamus says. “Our show is very ‘meta’ and we comment constantly on the fact that we are a show that is about an
author who has written books that are NY Times Best Sellers that really are NY Times Best Sellers…and so we do
a lot of self referencing on the show. And so it really only fits that my wife is playing my wife; as a result, there’s a
lot of the TV show that you end up living in real life. You find yourself saying ‘What’s the difference between my
character and my life?’ Ok, well I’m a little bit more confident and I’m a little bit louder than my character—and
you feel confident with just making that little distinction. However, it’s sort of like, ‘Of course my wife is going to
play my wife. Who else is going to do it?!’ So when you live in the skin of a character you kind of go, “Well, it’s sort
of me; it’s sort of my instincts and all the things I’m doing are me…so my wife might as well be playing my wife!”
Their real 2006 wedding was much less formal and more of an intimate celebration with their closest family and
friends, and their dog George. “The best part about it was seeing all my friends and family together,” said Seamus.
“We did it at my parent’s house where they have like 4 acres that nobody had seen before. It has a creek that
runs through their property and is surrounded by mountains and trees; it’s near the Sequoia National Forest. It’s
secluded and pretty up there, so it was neat to have everyone there to see it at the same time. That was probably
Juliana, an accomplished actress in her own right, trained in Russia with the
Moscow Art Theatre under master teacher Yuri Yeremin, whose teachers were
direct students of Stanislavsky. While in Russia, she also had the opportunity
to study movement with the famed Russian movement coach Andrei Droznin.
In Los Angeles, she’s worked with the Steppenwolf Theatre Company West,
the much-loved and decorated director Jessica Kubzansky of the Theatre
at Boston Court, and the critically-acclaimed director of the Blank Theatre
Company, Daniel Henning. The actress, who is also a talented writer, is currently finishing up her first screenplay.
Together the two live a happy life with their two rescued dogs, Maizy and Sophie. They take the time to truly care
for their animals. They understand their nutrition and exercise needs, and juggle their busy schedules to make
sure the dogs are properly cared for and loved. When they first adopted their beagle Maizy, they quickly learned
of the commitment and patience they would need to raise the young dog that came with quite a few behavior
challenges. Their first dog together, George, was their first rescue love and was even included in their wedding
in 2006. The couple met and adopted Sophie, an adorable Corgie/German Shepard mix, before losing George
and adding Maizy to their family. They dote on their dogs, but they also emphasize and reinforce positive training
techniques like a parent who wants their ‘kids’ to succeed in the real world.
Seamus and Juliana are an amazing team, both easy-going and gracious hosts as we took over their home with
equipment and our creative team, including our top photog and publisher Brett Chisholm, creative director Lora
Poe, our favorite Hollywood makeup artist Shyann Swisher and stylist Angelique Salzmann. Looking around
their house it is easy to get a sense of what this couple is like in real life. Their home is comfortable and casual
while reflecting the craftsmanship and character of decades past. They chose to focus more on restoration than a
complete renovation when designing the home they purchased from the original owners. It is the quintessential
Spanish-styled Hollywood home of the 20s, complete with custom-molding and details that harkens back to days
of skilled craftsmanship and design. It’s something that both of them truly value and is somewhat of a hobby for
Seamus, who is often found creating something in his workshop in their backyard oasis.
Throughout our day hanging at their house we had a chance to talk with
Seamus about his steady career, lovely wife and his two adorable dogs. He is
genuinely a fascinating guy who cherishes and appreciates all of the aspects
of his life. In between wardrobe changes and tummy rubs for his dogs, we
chatted with the actor about LIFE, DOG and everything in between….
All this information is property of Life+Dog. If you want to read the full
interview, please visit his website
Seamus, Juliana and their canine companion Maizy pose
for a caricaturist during the festivities. “Strut Your Mutt is a
great fundraiser and a fun way to bring attention to the
cause of making Los Angeles a no kill city,” said Seamus
The couple has definitely had a lot of fun with it along the way. They’ve even worked with ABC to develop a website for their characters’ wedding, which features their story along with cute pics of the couple. “That was totally
my wife’s idea. Those are all our pictures. It’s not one of those things like we shot those all in a day. Some of them
are actually from our honeymoon,” Dever relays with a reminiscent grin. “It’s fun because you get to see what
sort of phenomenon Castle is worldwide because there’s greetings from all around the world, like, Uzbekistan,
wishing us, you know, “Good luck, Kevin and Jenny!”
the best part about it—having all of my friends and family there; I was really
touched that they all helped put this wedding together. I mean, we didn’t really hire very many people other than a caterer to create this wedding. All of my
friends are theater people too, and we’ve all done production work and know
how to do technical things with theater…so basically it was like putting a
play together in the end. Everyone was using their decorating skills and their
renting skills and their electrical skills. They were figuring out how to put this
thing together out in the middle of a field…I was really touched by that.
Jon Huertas
charity: water is a non-profit organization bringing clean
and safe drinking water to people in developing nations.
It’s hard not to think about water today. In
the western world, we face growing concerns about our stewardship of the world’s most
precious resource. There’s talk of shortages,
evidence of reservoirs and aquifers drying up, and of course, plenty of people who simply don’t
But forget about us.
Most of us have never really been thirsty. We’ve never had to leave our houses and walk five miles
to fetch water. We simply turn on the tap, and water comes out. Clean. Yet there are 800 million
people on the planet who don’t have clean water.
It’s hard to imagine what 800 million people looks like really, but one in nine might be easier.
One in nine people in our world doesn’t have access to the most basic of human needs. Something we can’t imagine going 12 hours without.
Here, we’d like to introduce you to a few of those 800 million. They are very real, and they need
our help. They didn’t choose to be born into a village where the only source of water is a polluted
swamp. And we didn’t choose to be born in a country where even the homeless have access to
clean water and a toilet.
We invite you to put yourself in their shoes. Follow them on their daily journey. Carry 80 pounds
of water in yellow fuel cans. Dig with their children in sand for water. Line up at a well and wait
eight hours for a turn.
“There is nothing in life that
doesn’t start with water” - Nathan Fillion
If you want to donate check the website
But, while working in Africa I witnessed first hand, women and children walking for hours, through the bush, up and down mountains,
just to collect water that has the potential to make them really sick.
It was eye-opening but more importantly, heart-opening. So I want to
Champion this water campaign and be a champion for someone!
I want to play a small part in changing someone’s life, maybe their
health. Maybe we’ll help change an entire village...or country...or
even a continent.
I’m asking you to donate what you can, every cent counts, but if
you need a little incentive, below are some gifts I can give for your
- Every $15+ donation will receive one of my autographed photos.
- The first 100 donations of $30+ will received a copy of my
CD “Grown & Sexy Music”, SIGNED along with an autographed photo.
- Every $50+ donation enters you into a raffle to win a SIGNED
Jerry Can by the CAST & EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS of Castle
as well as the signed CD & Photo.
- And the HIGHEST donor and a guest will be flown personally by
me, get a private lunch, be my guest to the set of Castle & will be my
VIP guest at one of my live shows here in Los Angeles with backstage
access and a pre-show dinner. Maybe more... (US only)
100% of everything we raise will directly fund water projects in Ethiopia.And when
those projects are finished, charity: water will send us proof in pictures and GPS
coordinates, so we can see the actual people and communities we impacted.
Thank you all so much for joining me,
Now, make a decision to help. We’re not offering grand solutions and billion dollar schemes, but instead, simple things that work. Things
like freshwater wells, rainwater catchments and sand filters.
For about $20 a person, we know how to help millions.
In a lot of developing countries water is scarce and/or contaminated, virtually undrinkable and if you’re like
me, you don’t spend too
much time thinking about water -- it’s everywhere we go. We’re lucky because
when we’re thirsty, we flip a handle or push a button. When we’re dirty, we
twist a shower knob. When we use the bathroom, when our garden needs
watering-- water is just an arm’s length away.
Children’s Welfare
Stana Katic
here is nothing more integral to our future than children. Like sponges, they soak up everything, the good, the bad, the light and
the dark. Creating positive and safe environments where children can
grow, learn, and develop into brilliant adults has been a passion of Stana’s for years.
The Alternative
Travel Project
Latin America and the United
States, connecting communities and giving people a break
from the stress of car traffic.
Founded in 1998, Los AngeThe health benefits are imles County Bicycle Coalition
mense. Ciclovías bring fami(LACBC) works to
lies outside of their
build a better,
homes to enjoy the
more bike-able
streets, our largest
Los Angeles
public space.
ATP focuses efforts on creating a worldwide community
of people looking to enjoy the
social, health and environmental benefits gotten by traveling
alternatively (bike, pedestrian,
public transit, & new technology travel). While benzene proSafe Route To School
pelled vehicles are a part of our
existence, they don’t have to be
Active & Safe Routes to School
a part of our EVERY day.
is a national movement dedicated to children’s mobility, healATP looks for opportunities to
th, and happiness.
have individuals volunteer days
outside the bubble of their cars
and into an integrated, power(
ful, and positive future for our
Ciclovías started in Bogotá,
selves, communities and plaColombia, over thirty years ago
as a response to the congestion
and pollution of city streets.
GO car FREE for one day.
Now they happen throughout
#GOcarFREE @altravelproject
Arcimoto’s mission is sustainable transportation: we believe
we shouldn’t have to sacrifice
the livability of our planet just
for the convenience of getting
from A to B. We’re developing
the SRK, a vehicle based on
a unique new electric vehicle
platform and designed for the
needs of everyday drivers.
Links to organizations Stana supports:
Child Welfare Information Gateway promotes the safety, perma- Our benefit pacnency, and well-being of children, kage includes
youth, and families by connecting hugs, tears of
child welfare, adoption, and related joy and thankprofessionals as well as the gene- you note writral public to information, resour- ten in crayon.
ces, and tools covering topics on
child welfare, child abuse and neglect, out-of-home care, adoption, and more.
A service of the Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families,
U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services, we provide access to print and
electronic publications, websites, databases, and online learning tools for improving child welfare practice, including resources that can be shared with families.
Child Welfare Information Gateway consolidates and builds upon the services
formerly provided by the National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and Neglect Information (NCCANCH) and the National
Adoption Information Clearinghouse (NAIC)
s a global initiative
encouraging people to GOLA County Bike Coalition
carFREE for just one day.
With a focus on children’s education and healthcare, Stana hopes
to be a part of an effort to guide and
support the world’s future leaders and citizens.