Castle is my favorite show.
Caskett is my OTP.
Stana is my spirit animal.

Enjoy your stay. :)

"I have loved you from the first day we met. And, as unbelievable as it would have seemed to me then, I love you more now— this day, at this moment— than I ever have." via Raging Heat

“I felt that taking Beckett out of her common areas, out of her comfort zone, out of her usual places and into hostile territory was something that Stana, as an actress, was up for. And up for carrying a very heavy show entirely on her shoulders. That was actually the beginning of this show because we think that she can do it.”

– Rob Bowman on Stana Katic’s preparation for In The Belly of The Beast. (via alwayswritewithcoffee)

“When we first told Stana a little bit about the story she was so excited that she was going to get to be tortured. So very excited.”

– Andrew Marlowe, In The Belly of the Beast Commetary (via alwayswritewithcoffee)

AW: She did a lot of the stunt work here, Stana did. We had somebody in, but she wanted to do a lot of it.

RB: I don’t think I used the double except when I couldn’t have Stana. So, Stana did every single shot that she was available to do, which I think was 95% of them. I couldn’t even tell you which shots aren’t Stana. I would just play along that every single one of them is.

– Andrew Marlowe and Rob Bowman, In The Belly of the Beast commentary (via alwayswritewithcoffee)

AM: It’s interesting watching the maturity that Beckett has in this. In other episodes she would have run out into traffic after this guy with blinders on and ended up running off a roof like she did in ‘Always’. But there’s a maturity to her in this, much more tactical, much more emotionally detached. She wants to take this guy down, but she wants to do it in a smart way. It’s part of her arc of growth.

DA: She’s not really willing to throw her life away anymore. So it’s a simple and clear way to express that.

RB: Look at the guy, the hand, decision time. Not gonna run off a roof anymore.

– Andrew Marlowe, David Amann, and Rob Bowman, In The Belly of the Beast Commentary (via alwayswritewithcoffee)


“So should we tell them that we’re finally together?”
“Nah, we’ll let them figure it out.”
“This is gonna be fun.” 

“So should we tell them that we’re finally together?”

“Nah, we’ll let them figure it out.”

“This is gonna be fun.” 

-kateshindle:

[5] Favorite Actresses

[3/5] Stana Katic

"Follow your dreams, but make sure you know what your dreams are."

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