True Blood Nominated for Excellence in Production Design Awards Update with Comments and Photos

January 24, 2009

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roduction Design Awards and Production Designer Suzuki Ingerslev from Alan Balla??s successful hit HBO TV Series a??True Blooda?? has been nominated. Suzuki Ingerslev has been nominated for Season 1 Episode 7 of a??True Blood a?? Burning House of Lovea?? in the category of One hour Single-Camera Television Series. The other nominees in the category are a??Mad Men a?? The Jet Seta?? (Dan Bishop), a??Pushing Daisies a?? Bzzzzzza?? (Michael Wylie), a??Tudors a?? Episode 210? (Tom Conroy) and a??Ugly Betty a?? When Betty Met Yetia?? (Mark Worthington). The Excellence in Production Design Award are awarded to members of the Art Directors Guild (IATSE Local 800) to recognize the highest achievement from within their own ranks in the area of art direction. The awards ceremonies will be held on February 14, 2009 at The Beverly Hilton Hotel where honorary awards this year will include the Outstanding Contribution to Cinematic Imagery Award to George Lucas presented by Ron Howard and the Lifetime Achievement Award to Oscar-winning Production Designer Paul Sylbert. Also as part of the ceremonies for the evening the Art Directors Guild will induct into their Hall of Fame, production designers Ted Haworth, Mac Johnson, Romain Johnston, John Meehan and Harold Michelson.

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Suzuki Ingerslev has also been nominated for a second Excellence in Production Design Award this year in the category for Half-hour single-camera TV series for her work on HBOa??s a??In Treatmenta?? for the episode a??Sophie Week Onea??. A graduate from U.C. Berkeley with a B.A. in Architecture Suzuki Ingerslev turned her attention to film and television and worked as an Assistant Art Director on various projects such as a??Saved by the Bell,a?? a??The Replacement Killers,a?? a??Teaching Mrs. Tingle,a?? a??Mad TVa?? and a??Days of Our Lives: Winter Heat.a?? Later on she became Art Director for a??State casino online of Grace,a?? a??Tracey Takes Ona?? and a??Six Feet Undera?? mobile casino and has had the pleasure of working with Alan Ball, Mark Wahlberg and Brian Grazer. Suzuki Ingersleva??s workmanship has been recognized by the Academy earning her 7 nominations for an Emmy for her various works including HBOa??s a??Six Feet Undera??, a??Shark,a?? and a??Tracy Takes On.a??

I had the honor to speak with Suzuki Ingerslev regarding her casino online and her team”s nomination for the Excellence in Production Design Award for their work on “True Blood”. Ms. Ingerslev stated:

“We are really excited and honored to be doing this show and being nominated.” “It is wonderful to be working with everyone and with Alan Ball.” “I must say this is perhaps one of the most interesting shows I have ever worked on.”

We wish Ms. Ingerslev and her team the best of luck at the Award ceremony on February 14, 2009 and win the award. Ms. Ingerslev and her team”s dedication and hard work behind the scenes in creating the details necessary in developing the imaginary world of True Blood is truly an amazing feat.

Ms. Ingerslev was gracious to exclusively provide to Truebloodnet.com photos from the sets of “True Blood”. These photos are the property of Ms. Suzuki Ingerslev provided exclusively to Truebloodnet.com.

Stay tune more features and exclusives to come. Click on each image to enlarge.

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SOURCES:
Art Directors Guild unveils nominees
Art directors name their nominees
IMDb: Awards for Suzuki Ingerslev
Yahoo:TV a?? Suzuki Ingerslev
An Interview with Alan Poul and Suzuki Ingerslev
FanDango: Suzuki Ingerslev
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True Blood’s Take on Vampires

January 23, 2009

vampybillWith Season 2 of Alan Ball’s Golden Globe nonimated HBO TV series “True Blood” now in production and the recent release of Underworld : Rise of the Lycans in theatres now is probably a good time to recap the mythology of vampires according to the world of Alan Ball’s “True Blood”. Some of the myths regarding vampires in “True Blood have changed from what is common lore.

What are vampires really? Are they dead or alive? What makes them tick? Well according to Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) a vampire’s body mechanism is different from humans. Even though vampires have no brain waves, no heartbeat, no need to breathe and no electrical impulses how they function is simple described by Bill as “Magic. As he further explains that even with humans it is magic how the body is able to perform the way it does and that the way vampire’ bodies function is just different.

Vampires seem to be immune to most things in “True Blood” except for one type of blood borne disease called “Hep D.” It does not kill them but makes them weak enough to make them vulnerable to attacks and being staked to death. Therefore they try to make sure such information does not get leaked out to the human population otherwise it would be used against them.

The vampires of “True Blood” no longer need to hunt humans to drink their blood in order to survive. Japanese scientists have made a breakthrough discovery by developing synthetic blood which is sold as a beverage. Now the vampires are able to “come-out-of-the-coffin” and intermingle with humans and live as equals in society. However, some still prefer the taste of the real-thing.

One of the interesting points that exists in the “True Blood” world is that vampire blood has various narcotic effects upon humans such as increased libido, heightened senses and hallucinations. Just like any type of hard drug it is highly addictive and the humans suffer severe withdrawal symptoms. Some humans hunt vampires in order to drain them and sell their blood in the underground drug market trade for very high prices.

Some vampires tend to live together in a cluster or “nest ” where they live their “undead” existence as vicious, cruel, lawless creatures of the night. Some humans willingly submit themselves to be food sources to these vampires, but many times vampires will use “glamour” techniques to hypnotize a person to allow themselves to be bitten. In addition vampires can lay claim to humans as a way to mark their territory that they are the only one who can feed off that particular human.

The hierarchical structure of the vampire society is quite rigid and reminiscent of feudal times with older vampires having higher rank then younger vampires. In the world of “True Blood” younger vampires pledge their servitude and receive protection from a high ranking vampire in charge of an area which is similar to peasants showing loyalty to a local chiefdom in feudal times.

Some of the other myths remain such as silver being being harmful to them, being staked through the heart will kill them and they will die in sunlight. Other myths such as not seeing their reflection in the mirror and garlic, holy water and the cross being a source of fear to them are dispelled in “True Blood”. In season 2 will may discover more about the vampire world that we still do not know about and make us ponder what else is out there.

SOURCE: True Blood Reveals Rules of Its Vampire Universe

(Photo credit: HBO Inc.)

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NEW UPDATE: More Spoiler News for Season 2 on True Blood

January 23, 2009

Sexy BillAs reported on January 21, 2009 more news is coming out as to who and/or what we can expect to see for Season 2 in  Alan Ball’s successful TV Series “True Blood” starring Golden Globe winner Anna Paquin and the talented Stephen Moyer.  For Episode 2.03 – Scratch My Back, an additional character has been added to the show.  The casting call is for someone to play the role of Dr. Ludwig, who in the book is a female, little person who is a medical doctor of some sort and quite serious and no-nonsense.   The doctor is to treat Sookie (Anna Paquin) and the doctor clearly doesn’t like Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) or vampires in general but tolerates them because their blood is of great value.  This character is to have 4 speeches, 9 lines and 3 scenes.

This is an update to a report released early this week.

To date we have the following episode titles:

Episode 2.01 – Nothing But the Blood
Episode 2.02 – Keep this Party Going
Episode 2.03 – Scratch My Back

For Episode 2.03 – Scratch My Back
The casting calls for episode requires two characters.  The first character is named of Missy who is a “recovering fangbanger” in her 20’s who seems to have been around vampires much too often as her neck is covered with multiple vampire bites.  Information states that this character has one speech and one scene.

The second character is named Lindsey who is a wild, drunken sorority girl in her 20’s who comes on to Eggs.  In this scene the character is to be seen topless and has one speech and one line with two scenes.

SOURCE:  Spoiler TV

(Photo credit:  HBO Inc.)

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True Blood’s New Cast Member Michael McMillian

January 23, 2009

mmasstevenewlinMost people may not be familiar with Michael McMillian but this summer people will see and get to know more about him. In season 2 of Alan Ball’s Golden Globe nominated TV series “True Blood”, Michael McMillian will be playing the role of Rev. Steve Newlin, the leader of the anti-vampire Fellowship of the Sun Church. Since we will be seeing a lot of him in the upcoming season perhaps it would be a good introduction to him by viewing behind-the-scene footage of his works. The following video is the behind-the-scene footage of Michael in the horror movie “Dimples”.

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Poll: How Would You Rank Anna Against AskMen.com

January 22, 2009

Directors AwardsOver 10 million readers of AskMen.com cast their vote for the Top 99 Women for 2009 and Anna Paquin came in at #71. What do you think about Anna’s ranking in AskMen.com’s list? Is that about right or would you score her higher or lower? Take our Poll and let us know.

(Photo credit: AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

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True Blood’s Sam Trammell on TV WaterCooler

January 22, 2009

samtrammellintTrue Blood’s Sam Trammell is interviewed on TV Water Cooler and discusses the differences between his character on Alan Ball’s hit TV Series “True Blood” and werewolves. He also talks about the shows tremendous success considering in its first year it was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best TV Drama. He also mentioned how the show tried to keep the audience guessing as to who the killer was by throwning in “red herrings.”

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True Blood’s Anna Paquin on the AskMen.com List

January 22, 2009

Golden GlobesThe accolades for Anna Paquin keep coming in as AskMen.com posted their Top 99 Women for 2009 and Anna Paquin came in at #71. Over 10 million votes were cast by readers who were asked to rate the women based upon certain characteristics they would look for in a companion such as intelligence, humor, charisma, ambition, and as well as sex appeal and beauty. AskMen.com described the following qualities regarding her that placed her on the top 99 list:

“Even if it might not be Anna Paquin’s style to vamp it up, she still has enough beauty and intelligence to make her eminently attractive. There’s a vulnerability to her that only adds to her allure; at the same time, though, Anna Paquin has the emotional grounding that would make her an ideal companion.”

“Anna Paquin’s win of the 1993 Best Supporting Actress Oscar at age 11 is a rare and remarkable accomplishment. Equally impressive is the fact that Anna has continued to build an acting career since then without losing sight of her family — whose members are scattered between the South Pacific and the Canadian Prairies — or her education, as she is studying English at Columbia University.”

SOURCE: Anna Paquin at #71 on the AskMen.com Top 99 Women of 2009

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True Blood Fan Meets Charlaine Harris

January 21, 2009

Charlaine Harris with Connie Pepper (Right) at Book signing

Charlaine Harris with Connie Pepper (Right) at Book signing

Recently Charlaine Harris attended a book discussion and signing at the Houston Public Library on Tuesday, January 6, 2009 and I had the pleasure of meeting Ms. Harris and speaking with her. The following is an account of my evening and wonderful encounter with the charming Charlaine Harris.

My friend Joy and I set out about 5:00 pm to go to the book signing at the Houston Public Library. We were so excited about getting to meet her and we were a little worried because we did not know how to get to the library and downtown Houston, TX is very tricky with all one way streets. We drove around and finally found it and I had to cut over three lanes just to get into the parking garage I had almost passed it up for the second time. By the time we got into the parking garage it was dark and we were the only ones in the parking garage. So we got out still so excited to be there and there was a little lady and a younger blonde girl that had gotten out of their car near us and I said “Oh good” there are some other people in the parking garage with us. We all went into the building were the elevator was and the blonde girl asked the Security Guard were the Library was and she told them the 4th floor. So I told the blonde girl that we were going to follow her because she knew where she was going. So it was me, my friend Joy the little lady and the blonde girl and very quiet man. I was wearing my “FANGTASIA” t-shirt that I had gotten from HBO.com and the little lady told me she like my t-shirt. I said thanks and I told her about this lady in Walgreens that wanted to know where the Fangtasia Bar was. I told her looked at the lady like she had lost her mind and I didn’t have time to explain it all to her but I told her to write down the address on the back of the t-shirt and she did. The little lady laughed at me and said that she was just not as hip as we were. We talked some more and I noticed that my friend Joy got kind of quiet. But I was still so excited about being there and trying to find the library that I wasn’t really paying attention to what was all being said until……. We got out of the elevator and walked down a short hallway and then I heard the blonde girl say “Hello I am Anna and this is the AUTHOR!!!!!!! I looked at my friend Joy and she looked at me and I wanted to break out in tears from embarrassment. It was Charlaine Harris on the elevator with us!!!! Before we got on the elevator I had told my friend Joy, “Hey she kind of looks like the little lady that wrote the books” but I just didn’t put two and two together. Joy said that she had seen all the green tags with numbers on them in the blonde girl’s hands and then she realized it was her.

We waited in line to buy a book from “Murder By the Books” and we thought that Anna worked for them because that is who I bought my book from. I told her what had happened on the elevator but I told her that Charlaine didn’t look like the picture on the back of her book. She laughed and said that is OK if it had been Stephen Moyer getting on the elevator you would of known who he was. I told her if Stephen Moyer would have been on the elevator I would of need some OXYGEN!!!

Well Charlaine came out to talk with us and answer questions. She made us laugh from the time she got there until the time she started signing books. I bet she signed over 400 books. They had given us green slips with a number on them and that indicated our number in line to get our books signed. She told us a few details about “True Blood”. There will not be a “Bubba” and I think it has to do with residuals and that all the cast members are really nice. She said the filming of Season 2 would begin in February. She told us that she has a contract for one more book after “Dead and Gone” and she feels very, very strongly that her publisher will write her another contract. When Joy and I finally made it up to get our books signed we had a man behind us take our picture with her. I said to her “hi again”, we met on the elevator and Charlaine said “oh, hi girls.” I told her my name was Connie Pepper and I mentioned that there is a character in her book named Maddy Pepper and she said yes there is. Charlaine said something to my friend Joy and I heard Joy say that we were trying to respect her space. Charlaine said well “I was sure you girls knew who I was.”

Charlaine stopped signing the book, took the time to pose and give us one of her big beautiful smiles. I thanked her again for coming and talking with us and she said “No thank you for coming.” I was so excited about just being there that it is almost a blurrr!!! I had such a good time and Charlaine made us feel right at home. Charlaine took the time to answer everyone’s questions and always had a smile on her face. I will never forget it.

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Latest Spoiler News about Season 2 of True Blood

January 21, 2009

truebloodlogo2More news is coming out as to who and/or what we can expect to see for Season 2 in  Alan Ball’s successful TV Series “True Blood” starring Golden Globe winner Anna Paquin and the handsome Stephen Moyer.  To date we have the following episode titles:

Episode 2.01 – Nothing But the Blood
Episode 2.02 – Keep this Party Going
Episode 2.03 – Scratch My Back

For Episode 2.03 – Scratch My Back
There are casting calls for two characters in this episode.  The first requires a character by the name of Missy who is a “recovering fangbanger” in her 20’s who seems to have been around vampires much too often as her neck is covered with multiple vampire bites.  Information states that this character has one speech and one scene.

The second character is named Lindsey who is a wild, drunken sorority girl in her 20’s who comes on to Eggs.  In this scene the character is to be seen topless and has one speech and one line with two scenes.

SOURCE:  Spoiler TV

(Photo credit:  HBO Inc.)

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True Blood Nominated for Excellence in Production Design Awards

January 20, 2009

suzukiThe Art Directors Guild have announced their nominees for the Excellence in P zoloft tablets buy, generic dapoxetine.

roduction Design Awards and Production Designer Suzuki Ingerslev from Alan Ball”s successful hit HBO TV Series “True Blood” has been nominated. Suzuki Ingerslev has been nominated for Season 1 Episode 7 of a??True Blood — Burning House of Lovea?? in the category of One hour Single-Camera Television Series. The other nominees in the category are “Mad Men — The Jet Set” (Dan Bishop), “Pushing Daisies — Bzzzzzz” (Michael Wylie), “Tudors — Episode 210” (Tom Conroy) and “Ugly Betty — When Betty Met Yeti” (Mark Worthington). The Excellence in Production Design Award are awarded to members of the Art Directors Guild (IATSE Local 800) to recognize the highest achievement from within their own ranks in the area of art direction. The awards ceremonies will be held on February 14, 2009 at The Beverly Hilton Hotel where honorary awards this year will casino include the Outstanding Contribution to Cinematic Imagery Award to George Lucas presented by Ron Howard and the Lifetime Achievement Award to Oscar-winning Production Designer Paul Sylbert. Also as part of the ceremonies for the evening the Art Directors Guild will induct into their Hall of Fame, production designers Ted Haworth, Mac Johnson, Romain Johnston, John Meehan and Harold Michelson.

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Suzuki Ingerslev has also been nominated for a second Excellence in Production Design Award this year in the category for Half-hour single-camera TV series for her work on HBOa??s a??In Treatmenta?? for the episode “Sophie Week One”. A graduate from U.C. Berkeley with a B.A. in Architecture Suzuki Ingerslev turned her attention to film and television and worked as an Assistant Art on various projects such as a??Saved by the Bell,” a??The Replacement Killers,a?? a??Teaching Mrs. Tingle,a?? a??Mad TVa?? and a??Days of Our Lives: Winter Heat.a?? Later on she became Art Director for a??State of Grace,a?? a??Tracey Takes Ona?? and a??Six Feet Undera?? and has had the pleasure of working with Alan Ball, Mark Wahlberg and Brian Grazer. Suzuki Ingersleva??s workmanship has been recognized by the Academy earning her 7 nominations for an Emmy for her various works including HBOa??s a??Six Feet Undera??, a??Shark,a?? and a??Tracy Takes On.a??

SOURCES:
Art Directors Guild unveils nominees
Art directors name their nominees
IMDb: Awards for Suzuki Ingerslev
Yahoo:TV — Suzuki Ingerslev

An Interview with Alan Poul and Suzuki Ingerslev
FanDango: Suzuki Ingerslev

(Photo credit: True Blood Premiere 2008)

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