Saturday, July 23, 2011

True Blood @Comic-Con Continued, Updating All Weekend

Comic Con is wearing me out and I'm not even there! Tim Stack is pretty jerky, introducing Nelsan as Jesus lover was a diss to me. I thought Joe was going to be included and is that a Bieb-do happening on Stephen's head? Love Anna talking about the "sausage scene". In part 2 they mention that Joe was off making a movie in Atlanta, I wondered where he was during SDCC. The fan questions bring out the best of the panel, Alexander  especially. Janina, the breakout star of Comic-con, is the comic relief with her question.
From Becrias youtube channel, thanks B!

If I saw this yesterday I would have know where Joe was.

More of Janina's pics.

From Socialite's Life (used to be A Socialite's Life and wasn't so mainstream like now, it was more like Dlisted a little bit, Michael K is the best and no one can compete with him). More photos  All photos courtesy of Getty Images are at the SL link
Access Hollywood had photos and videos, but the vids have adverts so you can watch at the link.

 TV Guide at Comic-Con, the True Blood signing and more.

Daemon's TV has great snapshots posted
Just Jared has some Askars pics up.
Anna was not hot like this before she married Stephen, they look great together.
From The Bean Blog, more photos at the blog.

From The Huffington Post, talking to Chris Bauer

Here's what TVGuide learned during Friday's True Bloodpanel at Comic-Con:
1. Eric and Sookie. Shower. Together. Alan Ball won't say whether or not Eric will remember his current time with Sookie (— if he gets his memory back — but we sure hope he remembers their time in the shower. Oh, yes, that is coming. "There will be a moment in the show where Sookie and Eric are together in a shower," Ball says. "It may not be exactly what's in the books. It may be weirder and dirtier. Maybe."
2. When Eric bit Pam... For those wanting to see how and why Eric created his progeny, Pam  Ball promises we'll see it in Season 5.
3. Vampires unite! With witches running rampant in Bon Temps, enemy vampires may be calling a truce for their greater good. Does this mean Eric and Bill will team up? Here's how Ball puts it: "The entire community is pretty much under siege during this season. I think the vampires will stick together to fight the common enemy."
4. Twin fairies? Eric may have vanquished the faerie godmother Claudine  a few weeks back, but that doesn't mean it's the last we've seen of Sookie's faerie family. Says Ball: "Those of you who know the books, know that faeries are born in litters — and they're identical." The question is: Who has a twin? (Book fans know!)
5. The rise of Hooligans. Asked about Hooligans, the strip club where a very special faerie works in the Sookie Stackhouse novels, Ball says the show will erect something similar. "It may not have the same name, but there will be a business venture that involves people of both sexes taking their clothes off for paying audiences," he said. "It will have a completely other twisted supernatural purpose in Season 5."
6. Vampires, werewolves, werepanthers, witches... and ghosts? It could happen! "We will see spirits without bodies. We have seen glimpses of a particular kind of brujo-based, freakish creature-slash-demon-slash-something you're going to see a lot more of this year," Ball says. Use your imagination, kids!
7. We like the Sookie Stackhouse books too, but... Future seasons will stray further and further from Harris' source material. But, Ball says, the show will always "try to remain true to the spirit of the books."

Ausiello is still posting the interviews-

Some actors might raise an eyebrow if their long-running heterosexual character suddenly took a turn for the gay, but not Rutina Wesley. When she discovered the writers’ plan to have her Tara kick off Season 4 of True Blood as a lesbian cage-fighter, the first question she asked was “Is she gonna be happy?”
Wesley sat down with TVLine’s Michael Ausiello at our Comic-Con interview suite to discuss how she found out about Tara’s shift in sexuality, what she found difficult about Season 3′s toilet scene, and whether her character is “just going through a phase.”

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