Thursday, August 25, 2011

Inching to True Blood Weekend

New promos

Alan Ball Reveals Season 5 Storyline

While Alan Ball’s not giving away any plot points, any Trubie knows that a peek at the guest star line-up sometimes reveals a secret or two -- and Ball has confirmed that Scott Foley will be making an appearance in this season’s finale on Sept. 11th. 

Ball confirms that Terry Bellefleur will be getting a visit form his former platoon leader from Iraq, “Patrick,” played by Foley.  Further confirmed? That Patrick and Terry will be spending more time together in Season 5. HBO's Inside True Blood Blog

The look on her face juxtaposed with the girl behind is just too funny, that's the one who tried the door/got burned  after Tara.
                             This is weird because Antonia never needed props before.
                         I can stand here and do nothing, have you seen my butt? Nuff said.
Love the new do btw,
                                                 Have you seen his butt? Hell yeah!

Collider has an interview with Stephen Moyer on "The Caller" read it all at the link.

With all the things that Bill Compton has had to go through, in Season 4 of True Blood, what do you think has affected him the most?
MOYER: I think he’s had to learn very quickly from being in this position. It’s not necessarily a position that he would have put himself in voluntarily. I’m sure people have different views of this, but I don’t think Bill wanted to be king. I think he had nothing left. He lost Sookie (Anna Paquin) last year, and the only thing that he had left was really Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll). For me, what’s been really great to play this year is the relationship with Jessica, and that father-son type of stuff. We always love working together. Me and her have a real bond, and I love that.
And, this position of power and having to make decisions that you don’t necessarily want to make is always good conflict and good drama. He has to do things that he doesn’t want to do, but knows are going to be for the best, even though they might not necessarily have the best fall-out. That’s been one of the interesting things for me to do. Ultimately, being a politician ain’t fun.
Is one of the great things about True Blood, for you as an actor, the fact that the show always keeps you guessing and never having to play the same thing, from season to season?
MOYER: One of the great things about Alan [Ball] is that he’s never going to have me repeat something. I am always, constantly in a position where I get to do new things, and that’s just amazing. How many people can say that? There are lots of procedural shows that I love, but I never really wanted to be a doctor on E.R. – which I’m just picking as an example – or be on a crime procedural. Getting to doTrue Blood, you literally don’t know what you’re going to be doing, from one week to the next – fucking your great-granddaughter, or breaking somebody’s neck while you’re fucking them. It all tends to do with sex, somehow.

NY Mag's Vulture Blog does a report card on season 4 so far, read it at the link
True Blood's fourth season has three more episodes left, which is plenty of time for the epic witches versus vampires versus people versus werewolves maybe versus other people showdown the series seems to have promised. But it's not been all scary Latin spells and sexy amnesia so far; there have also been plenty of missteps, a lot of random and seemingly pointless magic, story lines that went nowhere, and characters spiraling off in their own directions. It's time to take a careful look at how the citizens and species of Bon Temps have fared so far this season, assigning midterm grades, giving praise where it's due, and also noting areas in need of improvement. It's not too late to get straight A's, True Blood.

MTV's Hollywood Crush had a video interview with SM at the link. I can't think of anything more infuriating than seeing the Maenad again, a pregnant Crystal or Queen Mab, in that order.

"Obviously I'm not going to tell you what happens at the end of this season, but it's very much heading towards already what is going to happen in season five," he said. "And it sounds amazing."
 If they go where they're going, it will be amazing and upset a lot of people, which we always like."
Amazing because our favorite bloodsuckers, werewolves and humans will have to contend with yet another supernatural something. "I know there is going to be an omnipresent power in season five," he hinted. "I know what it is. I think we could be heading towards an even greater season."
And by great, he really means totally infuriating.
We can't even begin to guess what Stephen's teasing here, but suffice it to say, we'll totally be along for the ride. (Unless this "omnipresent power" commands Vampire Eric to never take his shirt off again. Then we'll have to reconsider our loyalty.)

HBO's synopsis 

Episode #46 (S4, Ep. 10):  “Burning Down the House”
Debut:  SUNDAY, AUG. 28 (9:00-10:00 p.m.)
As all hell breaks loose in Shreveport, Sookie summons her most potent powers yet to save Bill, in the process breaking a spell and leading Marnie/Antonia to re-evaluate her mission.  Jason urges Jessica to glamour him for Hoyt’s sake; Terry (Todd Lowe) drags Andy to “Fort Bellefleur” for an intervention; Alcide reconsiders his allegiances after Marcus’ fight with Tommy; Jesus, accompanied by Sookie, Lafayette and Jason, tries to breach the Moongoddess Emporium’s defenses to liberate Tara and Holly, while Bill leads a brigade of vampires committed to blowing the place to kingdom come.
Wetpaint has 8 spoilers for the finale-
1. Alcide makes an appeal to the woman he loves!
Will it be Sookie or Debbie?
2. Bon Temps fills up with ghosts!
It’s Samhain (aka Halloween), so naturally the spirits of the dead rise up and start floating around town. Welcome back, Rene, Sophie-Ann, Gran, and all of Jason's dead booty calls from season one.
3. Lafayette gets possessed!
Lafayette’s no stranger to the occasional possession, but this time his split personality threatens to ruin his relationship with Jesus. Considering that Jesus sprouts horns for no reason, you’d think he’d be understanding about Lala’s quirks.
4. Jason finds confession good for the soul, but bad for the body!
Who else thinks Jason tells Hoyt that he boned Jessica in the back of a truck, and then Hoyt beats him up? Just a guess.
5. Bill and Eric kick Nan out!
 Nan might be strong, but surely she can’t out-fang Bill and Eric if they double team her!
6. Sam and Luna imagine a happy ending!
If this is anything like the time Bill and Sookie imagined they were kindergarten teachers, we don’t see these two staying together.
7. Terry gets a visitor!
This must be Terry's old war buddy, played by Scott Foley. We can’t wait for think hunk to hit up Bon Temps — though Sookie will probably just end up crushing on him. Sigh, men just aren’t safe.
8. A familiar face returns to Bon Temps!
Does Russell Edgington finally make his way out of the cement and avenge Talbot’s life?!

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