Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Rockin' It

Remember this comic cover from way back? It is still a favorite.
Episode 6.03 of True Blood will be called "Rock Hard Times"  "Abducted" and one guest star and many co-star roles are being cast for it. Updated Casting Calls are HERE, will keep adding as season info is posted.
The guest star part is a 50-year-old woman named Beverly Hutt who was a friend of Sookie/Jason's parents and answers their questions about them. The co-star roles are: Young Beverly Hutt, 30 year old, (seen in a flashback), 4 mischievous/silly faerie girls (who are younger versions of 4 faeries as seen in a flashback), a 30-to-50-year-old hospital nurse who attempts to calm a patient, 8-year-old Sookie (also seen in a flashback), and 2 Caddo Parish sheriff deputies who visit Sam at his home. Source: SpoilerTV Song and Lyric specs below-

More of Sam at the LA Art Show 2013, he says he read the first couple of scripts and is very excited about season 6. He is not going to give any spoilers, that is for sure. He is having a birthday on the 29th and still looks like a fresh faced young'un.

We did love Larry, hope he is back on AHS next season.

Actors Jonathan Groff, Corey Stoll, Denis O'Hare, Troian Bellisario and C.O.G.'s screenwriter/director Kyle Patrick Alvarez talk about the film with David Poland. Shot in Park City, January 2013New Merlotte Tees at the HBO STORE, use the link above to go and shop.
This video interview seems a bit longer than the ones I posted last week, if it is the same, sue me.
More on X-Men Days of Future Past with Anna Paquin from Empire Magazine
In the new issue of Empire magazine we spoke to Bryan Singer about the work he's doing on X-Men: Days Of Future Past, and he had a few tidbits to give us on what's in store for his prequel-sequel. "It's epic. I don't think people realise how big this movie's going to be. We get to bring both casts together."
But, Singer assures us, it's still going to be coherent. "We've cracked it in a way that it makes sense. I had a two-hour conversation with James Cameron about time travel, string theory, multiverses and all that. You have to create your rules and stick wtih them. That's why Terminator and Back To The Future work so well. And there are certain mechanisms in X-Men, certain powers, perceptions and characters, that make this possible."
Singer assured fans that he will be making his casting announcements directly on his Twitter account, as we saw this weekend with the news that Shawn Ashmore, Anna Paquin and Ellen Page are returning. "I’ll be using Twitter as an avenue. I think Twitter is an amazing thing. Very often something gets out there in the rumour-sphere, and people start building up an impression of something that might not be right. So what I want to do is just little by little drop out whatever information is official."
Alan Ball's Banshee was picked up by Cinemax for a second season.
Skarsgardfans has a review of "Disconnect" from someone who was at SBFF HERE
Nicholas: Got any scoop on Pam in the new season of True Blood?!
Well, it's complicated. At least that's what Kristin Bauer van Straten tells us of her vampire alter ego's storyline in season six. "Things are a little complex, so we continue with the complexities in her relationships. Her relationship with Eric became strained during the season and they're in a quite a jam," she explains. "And she has this new progeny [Tara] and they're both gay. I don't know where that's going to go, but Rutina [Wesley] and I are extremely curious! I don't know what they're going to do with it."
SciFiNow interviewed Charlaine Harris about the last of the SVM books Dead Ever After.- The Sookie Stackhouse Southern Mystery novels that inspired TV show True Blood are coming to an end. This May, the 13th and final installment, titled Dead Ever After, will wrap up Charlaine Harris’ series, and the question every fan wants answered is who the hell is Sookie going to end up with?!There’s a few candidates to choose, from but the ones at the forefront of everyone’s minds are vampires Bill and Eric, whom Sookie seemed to fall for the hardest. “Why limit it to just Bill and Eric?” Charlaine Harris laughs, talking exclusively to SciFiNow. “It could be neither, it could be nobody!”Author Charlaine Harris is ready to say goodbye to Sookie Stackhouse
She’s had no end of supernatural suitors, from Bill and Eric to Alcide and Quinn. Does Harris think any of them were particularly well-suited to her? “I think she’s learned something from all the relationships she’s had, from starting out as a young woman who had never had a serious relationship or a satiable relationship, she’s compressed a lot of experience into the last few years,” she says. Read it all at the site.
More on new TV show Dracula, no start date but it sounds a bit like the Coppola movie which is good to me.-“It centers on Dracula (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), who arrives in London posing as American entrepreneur Alan Grayson, who maintains that he wants to bring modern science to Victorian society. In reality, he hopes to wreak revenge on the people who ruined his life centuries earlier, but he falls hopelessly in love with a woman who seems to be a reincarnation of his dead wife.”
Janina Gavankar, Luna, makes her Arrow debut on the CW January 30th, Wednesday night.
Sounds like heaven to me, a vampire movie with Tilda Swinton, Tom Hiddleston by Jim Jarmusch called Only Lovers Left Alive. BloodyDisgusting

From Hitfix, they all start sounding the same after the tenth interview.
True Blood's Costume Team having Lunch via 
Lunch on set with my amazing TB S6 costume team!

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