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They are considered to have the most UST in the show, partly due to the fact that between them everything is usually a competition.
They also show a protective"She's a good girl, a perfectionist and people pleaser. She's looking for love, he's looking for his next bimbo.
Scene Creek: Could you describe your process of directing?
Michael Seater: So much of the work is done in prep, in pre-production and the more you can organize in advance, the more room you have to play on the day.
They also reveal that they do actually read the stories as well. Disney and the creator, Daphne Ballon of the show are strong opponents to the fans and this ship (more than likely because of the they believe the pairing incestuous).
Because of this they often add in "significant" others for Casey and Derek each which causes anger and displeasure in such storylines of the series.
We finished post at the end of November last year, so this will be wonderful.
It does have a killer soundtrack, I think it’s the kind of movie that’s more fun to watch, especially the first time, with people.
The 'opposites attract, so different and yet so perfect' couple. When they were 15, Derek's dad married Casey's mom.
Canonically, they fight and prank each other a lot, however despite all of that - deep down they care for one another, which is one of the main reasons fans ship it so much.
Those arguing against it usually force the issue of the pairing being incest, however they only met when they were 15 and never met before that - they did not grow up together and have the same birth parents.
We basically kind of cast the film as we created the characters of the story.
We drew on the fact that we had a ton of old friends, as we all grew up as actors and we wanted to draw on who they were as people and shoot it in a way that gave them a freedom to really make it something natural and authentic so we shot it so they would be overlap, we’d try new things, go off-book, and so it’s a really intimate exploration of your lifelong friendships and questioning whether there really is such a thing, and kind of questioning kind of where you are now, compared to where you thought you’d be, and we kind of focus on people in their late-twenties, but I think that that’s pretty universal, regardless of how old you are and death of childhood and all these great things, and all set against the beautiful backdrop of Northern Ontario and Parry Sound with towering pines and smoky granite, it’s a beautiful thing. Paula Brancati: It will be wonderful to share publicly something that has been so private for so long.