Lala looks to be getting baked with Lettie Mae.
Joe comes out and says what we thought about him and the season of hillbillie wolf pack to Digital Spy- "I thought it was very one dimensional," he said. "There was a whole plotline that was cut from the show that dealt with Alcide and his father, played by Robert Patrick."
For much of the HBO drama's fifth and sixth seasons, Alcide spent large periods away from other main characters, as he took on responsibilities as a pack leader.
He continued: "We switched showrunners and one of the casualties was the loss of that storyline which I thought added balance, because without that storyline it came off as mindless yelling. Beating up a pack of girls? I'm a big guy, I just don't see how beating up a pack of 100lb girls is good. I just thought it was kind of crazy.Manganiello also said that the show's finale may be shocking to fans: "It's gonna wrap up all the plotlines, in hopefully a satisfying way for the fans, going all the way back to season one.
"I'll be interested to see how the crowd reacts. It's gonna be controversial to some fans, I think, and hopefully satisfying to others."
It's turning out to be a Ryan week, last week's was all Joe news now the Aussie!
Listen to Ej's Podcast with Ryan is here they talk about :being the first person cast for the show, his audition, the amazing story of how he ended up promoting a film he did that shot in Australia in the states and how that changed everything for him, judging on Iron Chef, growing up in Australia, Sports, family, being a shy kid, the Australian Soap Opera “Home and Away”, wanting to be a great Human Resource worker, Godzilla,
favorite moments filming on True Blood, why he adores L.A., his bond with Chris Bauer,
was hired as an American and freaked out a producer after learning he was working illegally,
the Jessica/ Jason relationship on True Blood, how the movie he did, FLICKA got him his True Blood audition, his first day shooting True Blood, how Jason has made him a better person,
doing karaoke in Amsterdam, drug use in Australia, Zack Snyder, Sylvester Stallone,
working with Anthony Hopkins in an upcoming film and much much more!
Ryan's movie Rio, I Love You
It’s a brief scene, but there was a lot of discussion about how Pam would feel her death and react to it. Originally there was a scene where she reacted, so when she talks about “Everything I touch dies, everyone I love leaves,” in the draft of the episode she reacted to Tara dying in the bathroom and then later went and played Russian roulette. And the scene with the daughter where she goes and gets information about where Eric is was originally in episode two and was moved up to episode one so that we could accelerate her search storyline.
Nelsan thanks us fans- http://instagram.com/p/p_pAJLpX7F
A little mp4 video from HBO of Lala scenes.
Crazy Lettie Mae at least hallucinated Tara looking FABULOUS and the snake is cute too, sssssss.
Director Joe Manganiello and producer Nick Manganiello talk about how the film came together, and both take questions from the audience in the informative Q&A session.
Those guys weren't very, um, nevermind.
FuckyeahJoeManganiello tweeted this from the People article-
The Golden years, Pam's pink pumps.