Our characters look sad, determined and full of purpose, whatever that might be.
True Blood Italy just posted this from HBO for E5 Boot n Rally Ally-
I expected Peter Cushing to be under a hood in this new peak, notice the pin I saw on the Authority members in the newly released photos is very much visible in this and it looks like it's a more stylized version in that new poster above. We are kicking it old school Hammer movies with this video, Vampyr Communion.
Skarsgardfans already screencapped the hell out this promo, all at their site.
The Pendant in it's original form, before the pin version for current wear. I bet Roman designed it himself, he's all about pomp and ceremony it seems.
This Beltane Moon info for the lunatics among us.
This is the synopses for the first 3 eps, so BEWARE little Trubie, you might not want to know.
Thanks to Rhoswen7 AGAIN, synopsis of the first 3 episodes. Big SPOILER for Tara coming up-Here are brief episode summaries for June!:
JustJared has the cover photo for Fashion Mag's Summer Issue with Anna, must be from earlier in the year when she wasn't showing her pregnancy.
On her True Blood character, Sookie: “There have always been aspects of her that I connect to, empathize with and understand – that’s the only way I can approach my job. You have to find a common ground with any character. I spend a lot of time with scripts, looking for my truth.”On her personal style: “I’m not a ballgown kind of girl. I don’t think the red carpet is my prom. I prefer edgier cuts and darker designs because they suit me. I’ve learned how to dress for my shape, and I have to be able to sit, stand, walk properly and shake hands in an outfit without feeling confined. I’ve spent a lot of time figuring out what looks good for my body for fittings, and I’ve taken notes. I’m 5’4″ and change! I know I will never be like Gisele [Bundchen], and I also know I will never be a hipless, assless supermodel.”
On marriage with husband and co-star Stephen Moyer: “Work does come up pretty frequently, because that is how we spend most of our year. Aside from trying to spend no more than two or three weeks apart, I’ve never been one for rules in a relationship. I don’t have any guidelines on how much shop talk we have at home.”
Anyone else wondering what happened to Linda Purl as Debbie's mother? There hasn't been any word on her appearance in the upcoming season.
Anna Paquin shows off her tiny baby bump at the Huggies Hawaiian and Baby2Baby Luau event on Saturday (May 5) in Beverly Hills, Calif. Justjared
HBO's vampire series "True Blood" lives up to its title—if not quite life-sustaining, then certainly addictive over the long haul. Rampant speculation about the impossible-to-predict plot twists for Season Five centers on Scott Foley, a St. Louis-bred TV star who made his "True Blood" debut in the Season Four finale.
In the fast-paced TV world, Foley has stayed a step ahead since 1998, appearing in hit shows like "Dawson's Creek," "Scrubs," "The Unit" and—perhaps most famously—"Felicity," where he starred for four seasons as love interest Noel Crane. When his "Grey's Anatomy" character was killed off last season, the 39-year-old actor didn't miss a beat. Although he's been asked to direct an episode of "Grey's Anatomy," among other projects, he's focusing most of his attention on "True Blood" and a sitcom pilot for FOX called "The Goodwin Games," with co-star Becki Newton from "Ugly Betty."
ALIVE: You're working on two very different projects right now with the start of "True Blood's" fifth season and your new sitcom pilot, "The Goodwin Games."
Scott Foley: They could not be more opposite! I mean, "True Blood," even though it can be a little campy at times, is so far from a comedy. [Laughs.] Especially my story line—I'm an Iraq war veteran (Patrick Devins) with post-traumatic stress syndrome. "The Goodwin Games" is a laugh-line comedy. I play a young doctor—well, not as young as I once was!
ALIVE: Why did you decide to do "True Blood?"
SF: The way they film the show is really unique to me. I had only done network television before, and I always wanted to do a cable show. It's such a huge cast, and it's like shooting a big movie. [Foley's big screen credits include "Scream 3."] Most television shows are shot in seven or eight days, but "True Blood" has the luxury and the budget to shoot each episode in about 20 days. They take their time and really focus on the characters and story, and that was important to me. Plus, I have a Southern accent in this role, which I've never done on-screen before, so it was a great chance for me to stretch my wings that way. It was the right part at the right time.
ALIVE: Do you think you'll get more fan attention because of "True Blood's" devoted following?
SF: When I booked the part, there was some news on it, and the girls at my local Starbucks—who hadn't cared less that I was in every day before—freaked out. That hadn't happened to me since "Felicity"—we're talking 12 or 13 years now.
Another Battleship interview, that Askars is a trooper-
From Swedishmeatballs Tumblr- The Traveling Man
You can watch Chris Bauer on "The Office" Here, it's from this week.
I'm hoping we get another promo this Sunday night before GoT but no word yet on what cast members will be in it. I am thinking it might finally be the one Carolyn Hennesy said she had done onset. The release of the new cast photos also makes me inclined to think this would make sense to intro them first. UPDATE I wonder if the peek from yesterday is the promo we will get, I don't know how they can top that.