Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Run, Save Yourself!
the latest promo from HBO...And you owe PAM!
The Sam that knew too much. Photos courtesy of HBO and Skarsgardfans, a great resource for TB info.
Dancing fairy elders, bad Bill behavior, and whatever the heck Alcide was doing to his paw-paw's front lawn were just a few of the hilariously entertaining moments that Brian and Andy attack in this week's "True Blood" recap.
Edit; One thing I notice weekly about Lilith is she is a bloody mess except her hair, so she shampoos often but leave the schmeck on her skin. Hey I'm just here to keep it real.
True Blood - HBO ratings from TheFutonCritic
4.926 million viewers, #1; 3.611 million adults 18-49 (2.8 rating), #1
Sam for Project Angel Food and he talks a bit about the finale.
EXTRA TV interviews actress Kristin Bauer (True Blood) about her exciting home energy upgrade project with Energy Upgrade CA in LA County and her resulting energy savings. The segment first aired over the 7/29/2012 weekend
Janina Gavankar and Scott Foley will be appearing on Fox's The Goodwin Games
More at TVLine
EJ Scott is losing his sight from a rare genetic eye disease called Choroideremia. Here he and girlfriend, Deborah Ann Woll, talk about it and what he is doing this year to raise awareness. Running 12 marathons in 12 states in 12 months. www.ejscott.com www.curechm.org @ejscott
In this handout photo provided by Virgin America Airlines, musician Marilyn Manson and actor Joe Manganiello are seen at the 5th Annual Sunset Strip Music Festival Official VIP Party presented by Virgin America on August 17, 2012 at SKYBAR in Los Angeles.Source: Handout/Getty Images North America ZIMBIO
WSJ's Speakeasy has an interview with King O'Hare, all at the link-
As the vampire Russell Edgington, actor Denis O’Hare wreaks havoc as season five of “True Blood” builds to another bloody finale. As the Baker in the Stephen Sondheim musical, “Into the Woods,” O’Hare returns to his New York theater roots, singing and dancing with co-star Amy Adams.
Do you enjoy being in a musical again?
I do. I’m more of a play guy, a straight actor as they call it. But I’ve always done musicals. I did “Cabaret” in 1998, and then I did the movie version of “Once Upon a Mattress.” I did “Sweet Charity” on Broadway. I’m not a musical theater aficionado. I’m an opera aficionado. I love opera, I see opera all the time. I don’t tend to go to musicals unless I have somebody who I know who’s in it. Much more at the link.