Here’s this weeks dose of hotness!
Here’s this weeks dose of hotness!
We interrupt the Men’s Swimming Olympic coverage with a little visual recap of True Blood’s Somebody I Used to Know.
The best storyline of the episode had to be that of Sam and Luna. As Sam went off on his quest to ride Bon Temps of it’s Supes Serial Killers, Luna started to lose it and eventually lost herself externally… that is.
Watching Luna as Sam walk around with his/her butt out and then Sam/Luna and Sam almost kiss had us in stitches and falling even more for this coupling.
Now, since kids go to this site, I will only have a still image of the scene that had many a women repeat over and over again:
Next up, Pam and Tara’ relationship keeps moving forward and for the better:
There was a bitter-sweet moment and that revolved around Lafayette:
These two had the best relationship and unfortunately these moments between Lafayette and the spirit that is Jesus are not enough for the fans.
The funniest moment revolved around the vampire that we all love to hate and the former preacher that had the hots for Jason:
There two will be fuckbuddies in no time…
Craziest moment is that of the mysterious vampire that killed Sookie’s parents and is now after Sookie:
Most unfortunate moment revolved around Bill. Bill, when did you become so easily swayed by which way the wind blows????
What was your highlight and your low-light moment in tonight’s episode of True Blood?
True Blood Fun Fact #69 – Albert Einstein was a Hafling (Half Fae/Half Human).
We interrupt coverage of the Olympics to give you the highlights of tonight’s episode and a preview of next week’s episode…
Jessica wonders “What do you do when the guy you’re sleppin’ with shoots you in the head?”
What’s to come in the next Episode – Everybody wants to rule the world:
Salome and the Chancellors celebrate the start of the vampire holy war. Sookie gets a hint about her parents’ murder but anti-supernatural enthusiasts put her in danger. Eric plans his escape. Andy and Jason are out looking for leads behind the shifter killings. Alcide remembers how he was initiated into his pack. Arlene is trapped between Terry and Patrick’s clash. Steve gets a new pet.
Actor John Pyper-Ferguson will guest-star during Grimm‘s second season. He’ll portray coyotl, Hayden Walker, in the shows third episode,”Bad Moon Rising.”
The Merlin Trailer from the TCAs:
Garth will be back on Supernatural in it’s 8th Season and more casting news:
DJ Qualls stated during the TCA panel for his new show, Legit, that he would be returning to fan favorite Supernatural as supernatural hunter, Garth Fitzgerald IV.
Lauren Tom will guest on an episode on the CW’s Supernatural. But this character, who is described as an intense and overbearing mother to one of the characters on the show, may become a recurring character. Sounds like a fun season for Sam and Dean. Doesn’t it?
Death comes a knockin’ on Teen Wolf:
EP Jeff Davis stated, at the following at the SATURN awards, there will be a death in the season finale “and it could be one of the main characters.”
Dun, dun, dun…
The SATURN awards took place yesterday and Anna Torv won “Best Actress on Television” for the third year in a row! Also, Fringe won Best Network Television Series. Here are award winners of note:
Best Science Fiction Film:
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Best Fantasy Film:
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2
Best Performance by a Younger Actor:
Best Production Design:
X-Men: First Class
Best Special Effects:
R. Christopher White
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Best Network Television Series:
Best Television Presentation:
The Walking Dead
Best Youth-Oriented Television Series:
Best Actress on Television:
We want to once again congratulate Fringe, as well as The Walking Dead and Teen Wolf for their wins!
For a complete list of SATURN award winners, click here.
While the rest of the world is focusing on the unfortunate break-up of a young couple, we have some pics from the upcoming episode of True Blood (Courtesy of HBO). In the episode, Sookie and Jason visit where the faeries say their parents were supposedly killed by vampires. Bill begins having flashbacks. Sam and Luna become stuck. The Authority celebrate their new chosen direction. This is the episode all the fans have been anticipating because it is the episode that Stephen Moyer directed.
By Kelly H.
Previously, Cassandra Clare had filled us in that the role of Alec Lightwood had been cast for the highly anticipated film version of her best selling series The Mortal Instruments, but at the time, no announcements could be made as to who’d won the role, due to conflicts in the actor’s schedule.
However, yesterday, JustJared broke the news that they’d exclusively learned actor Kevin Zegers had been cast as Alec.
So, is this information accurate?
Clare has yet to make an official announcement, herself, as she has with all confirmed castings, but she did post the following statement, today, on her Tumblr page:
And yes, I know there are casting rumors swirling and you want to know whether they’re true or not. Unfortunately I can’t confirm or deny (and I was hoping to get out of this without sounding like Nixon) at the moment. Hopefully this Dark Suspense will not last too long….
So, in the mean time, what do y’all think of Kevin Zegers? Is he the right man to portray Alec, or do y’all hope it’s just a rumor?
TVLine – Once Upon a Time – As predicted by Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas, the Charming family reunion might not exactly be all hugs. As EP Eddy Kitsis explains, “Emma is a character who her entire life wanted to meet her parents — and now she’s met them. But this isn’t exactly how she pictured it, and that’s not an easy thing to deal with.” And getting to know their grown daughter won’t be the only thing on Mary and David’s plate, as their “happy ending” continues to prove elusive. “It would be awfully cruel to torture them continually, but in the same respect, there’s drama in every relationship,” EP Adam Horowitz previews. That said, “The drama that they experienced in Season 1 is not the same drama that we want to put them through in Season 2. We want to take that relationship in a new [direction].” P.S. On the casting front, watch for Episode 4 to feature a shady fairytale land denizen who is involved in the backroom bartering of “unusual antiquities.”
Alphas – Lord of the Rings vet Sean Astin’s two-episode arc doesn’t arrive until October, but according to Laura Mennell, it will be worth the wait. In fact, his Alpha is among her favorite newbies of the season. “Sean has a really cool character, one who has the ability to be able to retain the memories of other people,” Nina’s portrayer shares. “When I started reading that script, I was like, ‘Oh wow!’ And he’s such a phenomenal actor, so… it’ll be exciting to see what he does.” Mennell also sings the praises of Katie Douglas, the ingenue who plays Young Nina in Episode 4. “Azita [Ghanizada, Rachel] was like, ‘Why aren’t you playing teenage Nina?’ But when I saw the girl they cast, I saw why. She basically looks 13, so that might have been a stretch for me!”