Thursday, August 18, 2011

Let's Get Out of Here

As I posted yesterday "Run" is now titled "Let's Get Out of Here". Other almost titles were, "Let's Not Let The Door Hit Us in The Ass", "Let's Book", and they really should have gone with this one, "Feet Don't Fail Us Now".

Possible songs are (also posted previously)

Or this one, she says repetitively,

More Promo Photos From Skarsgardfans
                                  Figures Antonia has a much better fashion sense that yokel Marnie.

From The True Blood Nesters, Gratzi Maria!
This is from
- Alexander’s bare bum is nowhere to be seen. On the plus side, Joe Manganiello finds yet another reason to drop trou.
Lafayette and Jesus get some nice moments together as things come to a head after Lafayette’s recent possession by a dead woman looking for her child. Fans of the couple should be especially pleased as their relationship becomes central to how the storyline plays out.
-Elsewhere, everyone’s been talking about what Sookie feels for Eric and Bill, and whether or not she is torn between the two. I won’t say whether or not this episode resolves that, but I will say we have some interesting discussion of sexual politics that we don’t often see addressed in popular culture. It will definitely be interesting to see what more they do with this.
Regarding the threesome, US Magazine has even more info on the sexy Sookie’s dream:
Bill (Stephen Moyer) tends to a delirious Sookie (Anna Paquin), who, in a fever-dream sequence, imagines having a three-way with him and Eric (Alexander Skarsgard)! “I can love both of you,” she says.

This so funny, wish I thought of it. From

true-blood-cookbook.jpgHBO's vampire sexytime romp True Blood is getting its own unofficial cookbook. Which is interesting, considering a lot of the characters on the show only consume blood? Anyway, The Unofficial Sookie Stackhouse Cookbookincludes recipes for "Jason's Bourbon Smashed Potatoes," "Tara's Bewitching Banana Souffle" and "Sookie's Steamy Crawfish Etouffee." Also: "Bite Me Biscuits" from vampire Bill, because nothing goes better with a glass fresh blood than some biscuits straight out of the oven.
Written by "die-hard fans" Melissa Lowery, Elizabeth Henderson, and JoAnn Mathias's, the book will be published by Ulysses Press in the Spring of 2012.

From NY Mag's Vulture Blog, Jim Parrack on his character's dark side (sounds delish)-

Did Hoyt Fortenberry and Jessica Hamby just break up — again? As the warm-blooded half of what was the most stable human-vampire relationship on True Blood, Hoyt’s the “normal” character in the show: He’s not a bloodsucker, shape-shifter, werewolf, werepanther, fairy, witch, medium, spirit, etc. But trying to live a simple life in Bon Temps has its own share of drama, as Jim Parrack, who plays Hoyt, can attest. We spoke with the actor about what's next for his character, his dream-sequence sex scene with Ryan Kwanten, and the movie he shot with his real-life best friend, James Franco.
Did you have any inkling that Hoyt and Jessica were headed for all this domestic trouble?
The general rule is to not jump into moving in with whoever you’re nutty for. But, you know, I was in a bad relationship, and the day I got out of it, I moved in with Ciera, and she ended up becoming my wife. Then again, I wasn’t facing issues like, “My mother is trying to kill my girlfriend.” [Laughs.] Now Hoyt and Jessica’s issues are more like, “I’m hungry. Where’s my food?”

Or in Jessica’s case, “Who’s my food?” But, really, why can’t Hoyt make his own food?
If you went off and worked hard and came home to another person whose only obligation was to watch TV and enjoy herself, things might go badly there, too. She knows I have to eat, too, so couldn’t she make some effort? [Laughs.]

Hey — she’s pulling the night shift at Merlotte’s. And she’s keeping a video blog. Where’s yours? 
I met some fans who said, “Please start Twittering!” They even walked me through it, but I’mterrible at it. I’m so bad at keeping it up. I forget how to use it. And I’m not very savvy: I try to send a private message, and it goes out to everybody.

That could be embarrassing. Though probably not as embarrassing as making a cameo in Jason Stackhouse’s sex dream?
I still haven’t seen that, but to play the cowgirl straddling my buddy? [Laughs.] That was a very interesting scene to shoot, to say the least.

Once the inevitable happens between Jason and Jessica, will we see a darker side to Hoyt? 
Well, Hoyt’s father is dead and gone. His mother is dead to him. So he only has two people left: the love of his life and his best friend. And if they’re gone, what is there? That’s the kind of thing people kill people over, or destroy their own lives over. And Hoyt is somewhere between those two poles. He has nothing now. People took him for granted and misused his love. So I think we’re just barely scratching the surface of how dark he can go.

Think he could take Jason in a fight? I mean, you’re pretty big, and yet here you are playing the “sensitive” guy. 
It’s crazy, right? But there’s something about people who are so loving that when they snap, it’s no joke. There are definitely some volatile moments coming up. It’s not going to be pretty.

Kristin Bauer plays Pam, a bitch of a vampire in True Blood. She stopped by the Wired Cafe at Comic Con 2011 to talk about how liberating it is to play such a black and white character, and how in reality she cries 30 times a day.

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