I could not help it… they are die hard Twilighters…
I could not help it… they are die hard Twilighters…
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Stephen Moyer revealed that True Blood would be back at Comic Con this year.
I wonder which one of you is going?
Did you see the latest Lady Gaga video? If you have not, here it is…
What do you think of Alex’s performance?
Nighty night my lovelies…
(6/8/09) Where we left off Waitress Sookie ended the Bon Temps, Louisiana, serial killer’s run and rekindled her affair with Vampire Bill.
More Murder In the premiere, “we learn Lafayette’s fate, ” creator Alan Ball says of the seemingly dead cook. In fact, Ball tells Us, season two has another “big body count – and whatever’s behind it is not human.” Meanwhile, Sookie’s brother, Jason seeks meaning in his life be joining an anti-bloodsucker sect.
(Entertainment Weekly) Question: Since you’ve seen the first four True Blood episodes of season 2, is there anything you can share? –Sanna
Ausiello: They’re bloody fangtastic! (Never. Gets. Old.) Seriously, season 2 — premiering June 14 — gets off to a thrilling, gory, scary, sexy, disgusting, funny, suspenseful start. Alan Ball would drive a wooden stake through my heart if I spoiled any of the big twists (i.e. my lips are sealed about the fate of a certain flamboyant vampire blood dealer), but here are a few juicy morsels to whet your appetite:
• There are three orgies, all of them powered by Maryann’s (Michelle Forbes) aphrodisiac fairy dust.
• Alexander Skarsgard’s Nordic vamp has an extremely homoerotic encounter with a character who shall remain nameless. In related news, there are about two dozen gratuitous shirtless shots in the first four episodes, all of them belonging to either Mechad Brooks (Tara’s new BF, Eggs) or Ryan Kwanten (Jason).
• Sookie has a very revealing conversation with a new character in episode 4.
• If you’re wondering what secret Merlotte’s newest waitress (played by Ashley Jones) is harboring, a clue can be found on her skin.
Dun, dun, dun……
Cue the mysterious music and let the speculation begin…
P.S. Thanks to Shell and Kelly for this info.
1. As an Australian living in the U.S., have you spotted any differences between Aussie and American women?
Australian women tend to tell it like it is—even if it’s the brutal, honest truth. I think American women usually break it to you a little easier. There’s a softer side to them.
2. What’s one mistake you see women making in relationships?
Trying out the “I love yous” after a week or two [of dating]. You have to give it time before you start [saying that]. I like exploring the mystery of a relationship instead of laying it all out on the table at the beginning.
3. Care to let us in on your most embarrassing dating moment?
I arrived at this girl’s house and her dad answered the door. The guy was huge—in my head, he seemed close to seven feet tall and 300 pounds. He looked down at me and said, “Can I help you?” I said, “Yeah, I’m here to see—” and I forgot the girl’s name! I was just looking up at him thinking, Oh, God, please don’t squash me!
4. You’re totally ripped. How much work did you have to do to get that way?
I’m somewhat of a masochist at heart. I like to sweat. I come from a very competitive sporting background—my dad was a world-champion surfer—so it’s always been a part of my DNA. I do a lot of soft-sand running, hiking, yoga, and boxing, and I compete in triathlons. But I don’t have a strict diet. If I want a beer, I’ll have a beer, and I’ve always been a chocoholic.
5. Any hidden talents?
I’m undefeated in Scrabble. I can figure out an opponent’s strategy and mold mine to offset theirs. I play a couple times a week, and I’ll often play a game on my bed by myself against myself, which I realize sounds completely mad.
He won me over with the Scrabble.
When will we find out who’s dead in the car on True Blood? — Neil
MICKEY: Since the season premiere (airing Sunday, June 14, 9 pm/ET) picks up right where we left off, the victim’s identity is revealed in short order. As you might have already guessed, Season 2′s first casualty is related to Tara, but not in a way that you will guess. At first blush, the significance of said death will not be apparent, but just wait! Also, a minor character’s drinking problem will resurface — hilariously.
Good Morning My Lovely Little True Bites,
I want to thank Shel for help on this site over the break. I wonder if anyone noticed that someone else was at the helm? Mmmmmmmmmmm. Anywho, Pamela has contacted everyone who has submitted an email regarding the on-line News Editor position. That’s right a few days away from the pc has allowed me to come up with a better title. I will be emailing the lucky person before the next podcast and she or he will be starting on the pre-determined date.
Things that happened while we enjoyed our Memorial Day weekend:
HBO has submitted True Blood for Emmy contention. W00T!
BOX 1: SERIES, DOCUMENTARIES
“Big Love” (“Prom Queen,” “On Trial,” “Come, Ye Saints”)
“In Treatment” (Week One: “Mia,” “April,” “Oliver,” “Walter,” “Gina”)
“True Blood” (“Sparks Fly Out,” “Plaisir d’Amour”)
“The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency” (“Pilot”)
“Entourage” (“Gotta Look Up to Get Down,” “Play’n with Fire,” “Return to Queens Blvd.”)
“Flight of the Conchords” (“A Good Opportunity,” “The New Cup,” “The Tough Brets”)
“Eastbound & Down” (“Chapter One”)
“The Life & Times of Tim” (“Angry Unpaid Hooker / Rodney’s Bachelor Party,” “Latino Tim / The Priest Is Drunk,” “Mad Dog Tim / Monday Night Confession”)
“Little Britain USA”
“Real Time With Bill Maher” (“Oct. 31, 2008: Amy Holmes, John Legend, Michael Moore, Connie Schultz, Cornel West,” “Nov. 3, 2008: Christiane Amanpour, Alec Baldwin, Garry Shandling, Bob Woodward”)
“Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired”
“The Black List: Volume One”
Does this mean they are nominated? No. HBO is trying to rally support for True Blood and it’s other shows via the Campaign box. Hopefully, True Blood will be nominated.
Remember the New Now Next Awards held by Logo?
True Blood won in the category of Best Show You’re Not Watching going against, Beautiful People (BBC/Logo), Damages (FX), Skins (BBC America), and Summer Heights High (HBO)
Nelsan Ellis won in the category of Brink of Fame: Actor going against Aaron Yoo (Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist), Clementine Ford (The L Word), Cam Gigandet (Twilight), and Jasika Nicole (Fringe), and Simon Miller (Between Love and Goodbye).
Congratulations to Nelsan and the rest of the Cast of True Blood for winning.
Then there is this piece, which I’ll just throw in so you can read as you take a break.
(L.A. Times) Will Anna Paquin suffer the curse of the vampires at the Emmys?There’s an eerie parallel between the Emmy bid by Anna Paquin (“True Blood”) and that of Sarah Michelle Gellar. Back during the heyday of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” (1997-2003), Gellar had a strong cult following among fans and TV critics, but Emmys voters seemed to turn away in horror just like Oscar voters shunned Bela Lugosi in “Dracula.”
Fantasy fare performs poorly at most industry awards, of course, but Gellar apparently wouldn’t easily forgive the fact that neither she nor her hit show had ever been nominated (at least for best drama series — it was in the running for lowly tech awards). When the TV academy tried to make amends to “Buffy” in its final year by staging a tribute gala at its headquarters in North Hollywood, Gellar was conspicuously absent. Even though it was after sunset.
Talk to you later!
P.S. Pamela will be picking her partner-in-crime for the “Case for Bill Compton” podcast this week. So, if you submitted an email to Pamela, keep an eye out for an email from her.