Brittany robertson and thomas dekker dating

"So we have to reevaluate how 'worth it' our relationship is in the face of trouble, which was a really interesting direction I never thought they'd go in ...

My mom used to think it would be funny if I had a reality show: "It would be cute, we could call it Being B," because my family calls me "B." We're not doing that.

At the end of the most recent episode of "The Secret Circle" (Thursdays, 9 p.m.

ET on The CW), John Blackwell issued an ominous warning to his would-be murderer, Ethan: Their children's star-crossed destiny was a curse as much as a love connection. Huff Post TV caught up with the pair during a recent visit to the Vancouver-based set, and while they were enthusiastic about their characters' upcoming storylines, it doesn't sound like Cassie and Adam will be living "happily ever after" any time soon ...

But the omen didn't come soon enough for Cassie (Britt Robertson) and Adam (Thomas Dekker), as the episode closed with the pair consummating their relationship as a portentous cloud of ravens circled above Cassie's house. "They’ve heard since Cassie got into town that their families were destined to be together, but it was always kind of a bizarre thing; it's like an arranged marriage," Robertson said with a laugh.

"They're trying to subtract that element of the relationship and really just focus on each other and how they feel about one another, and not have to focus on the pressures of defining the stars and what they mean.

But unfortunately, that [destiny] will always come back to haunt them ...They discuss, among other things, what attracted them to their roles, how dark and scary events will get on the show, and the perils of filming during a make-believe rainstorm.We spent the most time with Britt, who was asked the reasons she was drawn to the part of Cassie, and she replied, “Honestly, the number one thing I always say is Kevin [Williamson]. It was a big decision for me to go back to television. And I had a youthful obsession with The Craft so I was drawn to being a witch.” As for the “witchy” side of things, when the show starts, Cassie is feeling her way and finding herself.John Blackwell comes around and starts saying that maybe we aren't destined to be together, or if we are, what does that mean for the rest of the circle? " Dekker previously told Huff Post TV that he enjoyed getting to the meat of Cassie and Adam's relationship, but he also revealed that these new obstacles might make the couple think twice about their undeniable chemistry."The 'written in the stars' part is a positive thing, but there's a repercussion to it that we've never known about that Blackwell informs us of," he said.(FYI, she said what she and her siblings came up with was “terrible.”) But, while she’s been killing it on the big screen, we couldn’t help but throw it back to her past life as a TV star; more specifically, the star of The CW’s .

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