Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Blood Blues

Joe will be on the telecast tonight also, a good cause, remember Andy Whitfield.
This is in line with Alan Ball's last interview with TVGuide, but now it's from TVLine's AusielloThough True Blood tried to distract viewers with everything from Vampire Tara to Evil Bill, we never forgot that this was supposed to be the season that Sookie hooked up with Alcide. So WTH happened? “The decision to not do it this season [came about because] every single season, it’s been all about Sookie falling in love with this person or that person,” exiting showrunner Alan Ball tells TVLine. “It seemed like she had enough on her plate this season to not just [say], ‘Okay, now Sookie’s gonna fall in love with Alcide!’”  The wolfman covers up his ex-girlfriend’s murder for her, she pukes on him, and that’s… it? No, no, no, Ball is quick to reassure. “That doesn’t man that that door is closed,” he insists. Or at least it isn’t locked. “All of these supernatural guys in town carry a big torch for Sookie – even Eric, who doesn’t want to admit it.” Edit: I must be the only one who doesn't think TV Sookie has any heat with Alcide, none at all, zero. He was hotter with Rikki, like a lot. 
Pics of Joe at LAX-Zimbio
Alan Ball's hit HBO series continues its ongoing comic tale. Learn what happened to your favorite characters on the night vampires revealed their existence to the world, with this issue focusing on Alcide! Use the links on the right to buy the comics at the HBO store.

Later this month, FilmFest Australia will be inaugurated with a taster festival at two Picturehouse venues in London, kicking off at the Clapham Picturehouse before skipping across town the following weekend to its freshly minted Hackney cousin. In 2013, the festival hopes to expand to LAFF proportions, with a full programme of features, documentaries and shorts showcasing the latest and greatest Aussie films. But this initial 2012 edition is no slouching affair, with one world premiere slotting alongside a host of UK debuts, with every screening preceded by a specially selected short from the team at Flickerfest, Australia’s premier short film festival.
The FFA 2012 festivites get underway on Friday September 14 at Clapham Picturehouse with the UK premiere of Peter Templeman’s Michael Lucas-scripted testicular cancer comedyNot Suitable for Children starring Ryan Kwanten and Sarah Snook.

Some great moments from the past- Old Bill with sideburns, new vamp Jess, Long Hair Eric, Pamalicious! Eric even sounded different, more authoritative, ahhhhhh.

Remember this scene, was it the best of 5 seasons for you? When Pam and Eric float off at the end is a True Blood meme.
                             Another photo from the GQ.AU shoot and interview-
Again, I'm pointing to the source to read the whole interview-
Excitement levels are so high that at a recent appearance at Comic-Con, the annual confab for sci-fi geeks held in southern California, presidential-grade security measures were needed to protect Skarsgård and the rest of his undead cast. “There was a motorcade from the hotel in through the garage and up into the building,” he says. Some 5000 fans waited inside. What did it sound like when he stepped out on that stage?
“Deafening,” says Skarsgård, smiling.
And to think there was a time when he didn’t want this life.
Twitter is blowing up with pics from TIFF, at the showing of "What Maisie Knew" 

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Actor Alexander Skarsgard poses for a photograph on the red carpet at the gala for the new movie " What Maisie Knew" during the 37th annual Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto on Friday AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Nathan Denette NewsOK
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and a case of Aquanet!
I hope these get made for adults too, why should kids have all the fun, lulz. Here ya go.
                      If you want some action next Tuesday-

True Blood's Kristin Bauer, known to fans as Pam, pays Ian Craig a visit and finds out the story behind community based conservation, Northern Rangelands Trust.

Pics from Dragoncon, via TUMBLR
Lots of very good photos at Allan Hyde NewsFantasyEvents's Night ItaCon came to an end on Sunday evening which left lots of great memories and a lot of amazing pictures to its attendees. Collaborating with some amazing Allan Hyde fans out there, is bringing to you some exclusive pictures from the convention. A big thank you to our friend Deborah who met Allan and found the Danish actor a very "nice person." She mentioned that Allan was the "friendliest and the most kindest to everyone" and that she enjoyed her time talking to him tremendously.

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