Monday, February 10, 2014

Rinse, Repeat: Valentine's Day Bleeding Heart

That's right, he's still my cupid, my valentine, my favorite Aussie (sorry Lee but look at his ass), I think you shouldn't mess with perfection. Traditions are important, right?
Andy Swist@andyswist
@TBconfid I have my #TrueBlood ecards available here… happy #ValentinesDay

Joe fans get some love too,  
Alexander Skarsgard, Margot Robbie, Samuel L. Jackson, Christoph Waltz Set for WB’s ‘Tarzan’ via The Wrap-David Yates will direct the big-budget tentpole based on the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Warner Bros. has officially started pre-production on a new live-action 3D “Tarzan” movie that will star Alexander Skarsgard, Margot Robbie, Samuel L. Jackson and two-time Oscar winner Christoph Waltz, the studio announced Tuesday.
David Yates, who directed the last four “Harry Potter” blockbusters, will direct from a screenplay based on the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs. Jerry Weintraub (WB’s “Ocean’s” trilogy) will produce with David Barron and Alan Riche, while Peter Riche will also be involved in a producing capacity. 

Skarsgard will play the legendary title character who was orphaned as a baby and raised in the jungle before he returns to London. “The Wolf of Wall Street” breakout Robbie will play Tarzan’s love interest Jane Porter, as TheWrap first reported.
“We have assembled a phenomenal international cast to tell this extraordinary story. Warner Bros. has also enjoyed long and successful collaborations with both David Yates and Jerry Weintraub, and we look forward to seeing what they and the entire team have in store for this timeless tale,” said Greg Silverman, president of creative development and worldwide production for Warner Bros.“This is a perfect entry for the summer movie season corridor, with a terrific combination of action, adventure, romance and suspense that is sure to appeal to a broad audience,” added Fellman.

Still the hottest TB couple.
Joe Manganiello speaks on stage atthe 18th Annual Art Directors Guild Exellence In Production Design Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel - Source: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images North America via Zimbio

Carrie Preston is doing up NY Fashion Week in style, here she is at the Custo Barcelona show. MORE
Carrie Preston will soon be saying goodbye to "True Blood." One of the few actors who has been on the show since its premiere, Preston already knows pretty well how she'll be saying goodbye to Arlene Bellefleur. Video Here.
"I have a real good idea of it," she tells Zap2it at the premiere of HBO's "Looking." "They've shown us a handful of the scripts already, and we're shooting the first two. We're on the train and it's going to be a thrilling ride. ... In true 'True Blood' fashion, we pick up right where we left off and we keep going at a million miles an hour."
Just because Preston has been playing Arlene since "True Blood" premiered in 2008 doesn't mean that she's going to try to give her say in how the waitress-turned-restaurant owner's story comes to an end.
"I always trust the writers," Preston tells us. "Obviously the show has done really well because they've created this universe and these characters and they've married them with the actors, and so it's been such a great experience and I would never second guess them at this point. I'm like, 'Alright, bring us on home.'"

  to September 2006. In Hawaii for our 8th wedding anniversary with

another clip from Only Lovers Left Alive
Nice TrueBloodless  interview with Kristin at Origin Magazine

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