They followed it up with a TV-film sequel, , which aired in 2010, but there’s been precious little since then. But Seater and Leggat are still friends and occasionally interact on Twitter.
A few years ago, they did an interview with MTV where they talked about the ship and its fans.
But if youw've got a special place in your heart for Dasey, you can take comfort knowing that Ashley and Michael feel the same exact way about their characters.Daniel was 15 when he was shot and killed at Columbine.#Not One More @Avaaz @Move On pic.twitter.com/ib UXjzy QU2 We're so proud to have received the Golden Screen Award for Canada's Most Watched Drama at the #Cdn Screen Awards.But when they are able to get together, it feels as if nothing changed."We could not see each other for years, and it's like no time has passed at all when we do see each other," Leggat shared.Please register to show your support for and participate in the discussion. Unlike a traditional film, the cast and director worked together to create the story from script to screen.Afterward, Seater and Brancati did write a full script, but overall, it was a collaborative effort.It's a good thing they're all such close friends, since filming involved two straight weeks of everyone cooped up in two small cabins, away from civilization, to work at all hours.But, surely, we had to be imagining that chemistry. Well, MTV sat down with Ashley Leggat and Michael Seater, who played Casey and Derek, and what they had to say about Dasey will either shock you or make you the happiest shipper alive.Both Ashley and Michael said they're totally down with the controversial ship and don't think there's anything wrong with it.