ABC’s Castle already has (literally) detoured Rick and Kate’s first go at a walk down the aisle. But once the smoke has cleared from the season-ending car crash site, might they take a stab at “I Do, Part 2”?
“That’s a good question….,” series star Nathan Fillion acknowledged during his Comic-Con Q&A with TVLine (posted below).
“‘How much longer can we make people wait for a wedding’? becomes my question,” he added. “You don’t want people to become bored in waiting.”
Well, don’t plan to get bored.
Although ABC is mum on the topic, we are hearing that Rick and Kate will follow through on exchanging vows and become “Caskett” in the eyes of the law at some point during Season 7. (If you need us to narrow the timetable a bit, watch for the couple to tie the knot before the end of 2014.)
And just what sort of ceremony might (the oh-so-patient) Castle fans expect? As series creator Andrew W. Marlowe told us in the wake of heart-crushing Season 6 cliffhanger, “We know that we owe them a wedding that accurately reflects who Castle and Beckett are.”
What do you think that means? Assuming that Rick’s Hamptons home has been “burned” (oops, too soon?) as an idyllic venue, where might the nuptials be held?
VIDEO: Castle‘s Nathan Fillion Asks: ‘How Much Longer Can We Make People Wait for a Wedding?’