Seems strange the casting calls would be mentioning season 7, you never see that on calls for this or other shows before these last 2 for True Blood.
A sexy, dangerous vampire named Violet will be part of a love triangle in seasons 6 & 7. (Looks like she'll be the 3rd side of the love triangle involving Jason and the other new vampire, Wes; unless of course there's gonna be more than one triangle, or the triangle turns into a square or something.)Source: SpoilerTV
Joe Manganiello wearing John Varvatos Eyewear at the 10th Annual Stuart House Benefit. Source: Michael Kovac/Getty Images North America via Zimbio
HUGE NEWS! Mark Hudis, who replaced departing creator/showrunner Alan Ball for the show's upcoming sixth season, is now being replaced himself. Writer/producer Brian Buckner, who has been with the vampire series since its first season, has taken over the position for the show's not-yet-concluded season. Mark Hudis, who replaced departing creator/showrunner Alan Ball for the show's upcoming sixth season, is now being replaced himself. Writer/producer Brian Buckner, who has been with the vampire series since its first season, has taken over the position for the show's not-yet-concluded season. Hudis joined True Blood for the show’s fourth season as a co-executive producer and was upped to showrunner for season six. For his part, Buckner has been with the series since its inception. More at THR
Provocation Campaign Outakes from CK Tumblr
There’s Vampire Guardian Roman (Christopher Meloni), president of the Vampire Authority, who wants co-existence between humans and vampires; vampire zealot Salome (Valentina Cervi), intent on recreating the world in God’s vampyric image; Authority Chancellor Nora (Lucy Griffiths), who shares the same maker as Eric; werewolves J.D. and Martha (Louis Herthum and Dale Dickey), who want a reluctant Alcide (Joe Manganiello) to take his rightful place as packmaster; and many more. Mixing romance, suspense, mystery and humor, True Blood Season Five goes deep into the battle between the Vampire Authority and “vampire fundamentalists,” a political power play whose outcome could decide not only the fate of Sookie and her Bon Temps friends, but of all human existence.”
Inside the Episodes: Get the back-stories on each episode with revealing interviews from the show writers.
Audio Commentaries: 5 Commentaries with the Cast and Crew including Alan Ball, Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer, Denis O’Hare, Carrie Preston, and many more!
Previews & Recaps
Enhanced Viewing: Character Bios, Vampire Histories, Hints, FYI’s, Flashbacks, and Flash Forwards.
Authority Confessionals: Learn more about the mysterious institution known as The Authority, from Nora, Kibwe, Rosalyn, Salome, Steve, and Russell.
True Blood Episode Six: Autopsy: Join the cast and crew as they dissect the major events of episode six and provide an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at how True Blood is made.
True Blood Lines: Uncover secrets from relationships past and present in this engaging, fully interactive “”re-Vamped”” guide and archive. DailyDead
Denis O'Hare's website is back online, looks pretty nize.
I forgot to post these here, doy! Spoilers if you aren't caught up on TWD
Any Grimm Fans here? A new interview with Sasha Roiz and Bitsie Tulloch .
an ad for Quinn?
From HuffPo, it has today's date on the page???? I don't see her listed for S6 at all but the interviewer intros it by saying it's talk of S6. Is this how Stephen will be moved around the set? Will Lillith and Billith fight to the death, oh boyee would that be hysterical to watch?
All hail Lilith ... And her cardboard tube?Known for playing the bright red "first vampire" on HBO's sexy, bloody series "True Blood" Jessica Clark admitted in an interview with HuffPost Live (above) that her costume takes quite a bit of effort. Not only is a huge amount of paint applied to her skin, but Clark has to maintain it throughout the day.
"They made me this cardboard tube, which they had to lower over my head, and then three people had to walk along holding it," the actress explained. "That was how they would transition me from my dressing room to set ... they would have to bring me lunch and semi-feed me because I would stick to things. By the end of the shoot day, I couldn't even have my arms by my side because everything would stick. So they set up these posts where I could rest my hands."
More info for the con here.
"Evidence", Stephen Moyer's upcoming film just had the U.S. rights purchased by Image Entertainment Inc., they are planning a theatrical release this summer. This was announced at the SXSW Festival yesterday according to the press release, more below-
“Evidence is a unique, gripping and gritty thriller unlike others since it constructs the story from the perspectives of the victims,”. “The film’s final twist along with both Stephen’s and Rahda’s performance will have audiences buzzing.”In Evidence, two detectives (Moyer and Mitchell) attempt to piece together what happened at the scene of a brutal massacre using a number of recording devices found at the crime scene. The footage reveals a group of bus passengers who were forced to fight for their lives after they crash in the middle of the desert and a mysterious killer violently murders them one by one. The detectives use the scraps of video, shot by the victims, to hunt down the culprit. Dale Dickey (Super 8, Winter’s Bone), Torrey DeVitto (I’ll Always Know What You Did Las Summer), Caitlin Stasey (Tomorrow, When the War Began) and Harry Lennix (The Matrix Revolutions) co-star. Michel Litvak and David Lancaster produced for Bold Films, with Gary Michael Walters and Anthony Rhulen serving as Executive Producers. Marc Platt, Adam Siegel and Nik Mavinkurve produced on behalf of Marc Platt Productions. John Swetnam provided the screenplay.
"We were attracted to this project because it has all the elements that elevate the horror genre, delivering both a smart and scary theatrical experience for fans,” commented David Lancaster, co-President of Bold Films. “With Olatunde's vision and top-notch talent like Radha and Stephen, we believe Evidence will have moviegoers on the edge of their seats. We are delighted to partner with Image to bring this film to the screen."
Alexander Skarsgard's film The East is closing out the SXSW Film Festival , March 16 at 8pm. More info at the SXSW site. Thanks to Alexander Skarsgard Net for confirmation- We asked his management a few days ago and, from what they told us, Alexander will be attending on the 16th.