A Little Birdie Told Me — True Blood PSAs

July 27, 2011

New PSAs From True Blood For “It Gets Better”:

Welcome Truebies to the new column, “A Little Birdie Told Me”. Here I will write about what the True Blood cast members are up to, from what they put up on Twitter and Facebook. The Twitter and Facebook pages are verified by HBO so we know that it’s the real actors and crew members. I HOPE YOU ENJOY!

This first article is courtesy of Kristin Bauer van Straten, and The Trevor Project, “It Gets Better”. Kristin posted the PSA to her Facebook page. I also found that Alan Ball, Alexander Skarsgård, and Rutina Wesley all did their own PSAs. You can view them below:

Kristin talks about a troubled time in her life, and what got her through it. In her touching, tearful message, she says, “You just never know what’s around the corner. Just stick around and see. It gets better.”

Rutina urges:

“Remember — you’re perfect, just the way you are. And believe in yourself, ’cause I believe in you. And know that you’re worth it.”

In Alexander’s PSA, he asserts:

“Every single human being has equal value.”

Alan shares his experience with childhood bullying, and says:

“Being different is what makes you, ‘you’. And if you’re fully ‘you’, then nobody can hold you back.”

If you want to take the pledge or see how you can help, please go to itgetsbetter.org.  Let us know your contribution to the “It Gets Better” campaign by leaving a comment below.

Source: True Blood official YouTube page

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True Blood Season 4, Episode 5, “Me and the Devil” –Review/Recap

July 26, 2011

Oh my Godric!

Eric and Godric S4 Ep5This episode begins where the previous episode left off, with Tommy being dragged mercilessly across the ground with a chain around his neck. Unfortunately for Tommy, his parents haven’t changed after all. Just as Joe Lee releases the tight grip he has on the chain and turns his back, Tommy begins to fight back — with the end result of him accidentally killing both of his parents. I have to admit though, I saw something like this coming to them eventually…

Still in the dark, abandoned woods, a confused Marnie questions Lafayette, Jesus, and Tara as to “what just happened?” Lafayette is quick to answer that she just successfully pissed off yet another vampire and then took a nap. Marnie then tries to convince the trio that a spirit possessed her body and saved them all, once again, from the vicious vamps. Marnie is convinced that this spirit is their ‘protector,’ but unconvinced by her explanation, they all quickly leave.

Arlene and Terry decide that the best thing they can do for their family is to call the Reverend and have him rid the house of whatever spirit is lurking within the walls. Reverend Daniels and the new Mrs. Reverend Daniels (aka: Tara Thornton’s crazy mother) show up and carry out their version of what appears to be an exorcism with a little bit of humor thrown in. Come on, I know I wasn’t the only one laughing hysterically at their catchy little tune! It’s apparent that both Arlene and Terry had more confidence in the Reverend and Mrs. Daniels than they should have, because they didn’t waste any time hopping into bed, oblivious to the pack of matches that suddenly erupted in flames on a nearby chest of drawers.

Am I the only one whose heart skipped a beat as soon as I laid eyes upon a confused, shirtless Eric standing in the doorway of Sookie’s room, alongside the pale, nevertheless stunning deity, also known as Godric? Godric tries to convince Eric to join him in draining Sookie, but Eric clearly doesn’t want any part in it. As much as I hoped Eric wasn’t dreaming and that Godric was somehow still ‘alive,’ as soon as Godric began to attempt to convince Eric to drink Sookie’s blood, I knew it had to be a dream. Eric awakens from the dream and goes directly to Sookie’s room, waking her in the process. “Eric! What the hell!” she yells, and after a few seconds he replies with the simple explanation of, “I had a bad dream.” Classic. If I didn’t know any better I would think that this was yet another one of the old Eric’s tricks to get closer to Sookie, but fortunately this isn’t the case. Sookie spends the next several moments consoling Eric after his ‘bad dream’ left him not only confused but depressed as well. He asks if he can stay there, in bed with her until sunrise, and she agrees as long as he promises to keep his fangs and hands to himself. Eric stated:

“I would never hurt anyone as beautiful as you.”

Who else out there is loving amnesiac Eric and his adorable newly acquired  innocence?

Bill is surprised to find a determined Portia at his door. She comes in and pushes herself on him, but he’s quick to remind her that they share the same bloodline and that their relationship can no longer continue where they had left off. Portia, who is apparently pro-incest, tries her best to convince Bill that there is nothing wrong with the two of them being in a relationship. However, Bill still refuses to accept her advances, and finally he glamours her into being completely terrified of him.

The next day Sookie pays Marnie a visit and asks for a reading. At first Marnie declines, but she soon gives in and gives Sookie the reading she asked for. Sookie then begins to listen in to Marnie’s thoughts, and before long Marnie describes someone close to Sookie who has a message for her. Sookie is surprised to learn that her Gran wants to know if she’s falling in love and also asks her to look after her brother. Then, Gran begins talking to her directly knowing that Sookie is listening in to Marnie’s thoughts. She advises her to get away from this woman quickly because she poses great danger, and Sookie takes her advice and leaves.

Lafayette and Jesus leave Bon Temps in an attempt to find Jesus’ grandfather, a shaman, who he believes will be able to help them with their current vampire crisis, while Sam and Tommy come up with a plan to hide the bodies of their parents. On the way to dispose of their corpses, Andy Bellefleur pulls them over to the side of the road and insists on searching the van after seeing blood smeared on the door. Lucky for them, Tommy thinks fast and shifts into an alligator, not only terrifying Andy but also satisfying his curiosity as to the contents of the van in the process.

Hoyt and Jason are eating lunch at Merlotte’s when Jason overhears Holly mention that the full moon is the following night. Jason instantly goes into panic mode at this realization, unsure of just what will happen to him once the moon is full. Alcide answers a knock at the door to find a man he doesn’t recognize, who introduces himself as Marcus Bozeman, the pack master of Shreveport. Marcus is furious that Alcide hasn’t made any attempt to stop by and introduce himself to the pack. Alcide, unimpressed, explains that he’s “currently exploring free agency” and that if Marcus doesn’t get his foot out of the door, that he’ll break it. Marcus then leaves infuriated.

Sam and Tommy finally arrive at the swamp and begin to toss the corpses in the water; while in the process Tommy begins to have a breakdown and is certain that he is going to Hell for murdering his parents. Sam explains to him that murder is ok as long as you’re at war or defending yourself, and finally concludes that Tommy was at war with his parents and murdered them in self defense, so he has no reason to fret.

If the Daniels’ hymn near the beginning of the episode didn’t make you laugh, Jason, Jessica, and Hoyt’s next scene surely did. Jason is shocked to find Jessica in bed with him and even more shocked that after she has “rocked his world”, his vision clears — and rather than Jessica being on top of him, it is Hoyt. He quickly awakens from the dream, traumatized by what he has just witnessed in his unconscious state.

Back at “Sookie’s” house she and Tara are having a deep discussion about Tara’s girlfriend and her life in general. Tara explains to Sookie that Naomi, Tara’s girlfriend, has found mail addressed to Tara Thornton and that she wants to know exactly who this said “Tara Thornton” is. Sookie advises her to come clean with Naomi and tell her everything. Then, without warning, Eric appears in the room and Tara completely loses it, spewing every evil thing Eric has done to Sookie and her friends, wondering out loud why Sookie would ever give him shelter, and storming out the door in the process. Eric, disheartened at some of the knowledge he has just learned about his former self walks out the door, leaving Sookie alone on the couch. “Eric, please don’t go,” Sookie pleads as she follows him out the door. She reaches for him and he comes to her, embracing her securely in his arms. Then, can I get a drum roll please… They FINALLY share a very intimate, much anticipated, “real” kiss. How many of you wished that for just a moment you were on the receiving end of that? Don’t worry, you weren’t the only ones!

Meanwhile, Pam goes to Bill for help regarding her recent bout with decomposition and convinces him to have Marnie taken in and questioned. However, this proves to be a failed attempt considering Marnie knows very little of the spells she has cast with the help of an unknown spirit, who Bill later identifies as being Antonia, a sorceress who once lured several vampires from their sleep and into the light, destroying them all in the process. During this conversation Pam accidentally lets it slip that Eric has lost his memory. A confused, furious Bill then demands to know exactly where Eric is. Pam denies that she knows where he is at first, but finally is forced to admit to Bill that Eric is with Sookie. A distressed Bill then flees from the house. Who knows what he might find once he arrives at Sookie’s…

What do you all think he will find upon his arrival at Sookie’s house? (I think I might have a good idea!) And what about Pam? Do you all think that Marnie will be able to break the current spell placed on her? What’s your current favorite storyline? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!

(Photo Credit: HBO, Inc.)

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Will True Blood’s Eric and Sookie Have Their Long Awaited Shower Scene?

July 25, 2011

Comic-Con’s True Blood Panel Delivers Elusive Answers (SPOILERS!):

TB cast at Comic-Con 2011 AP Photo/Denis Poroy

 The question on everyone’s mind at Comic-Con was: will there be a shower scene and how closely will it follow the book? Alan Ball‘s response:

“There will be a moment where Sookie (Anna Paquin) and Eric (Alexander Skarsgård) are together in the shower. But it may be weirder and dirtier than the one in the book.”

Weirder and dirtier? Well we should expect nothing less from True Blood. Who wants clean and normal? Ball also commented on Season 5 and promises that there will be a male/female strip club. Ball also said that at the strip club there would be “a completely different twisted supernatural aspect”.

Many fans asked if Sam (Sam Trammell) and Tara (Rutina Wesley) have any hope of getting back together or if their romance is over? Ball’s response was evasive: “Nothing is ever done on this show.” Something we all know to be true on True Blood.

We will also get to see how Eric made his progeny Pam (Kristin Bauer) next season, something many fans have been waiting a long time to see.

The Comic-Con crowd got a sneak peak at a trailer for the rest of Season 4. It ends with Sookie lying on the ground in a graveyard bleeding from the stomach. A million questions rush through one’s head after seeing it, but we shall just have to wait until next Sunday and the Sunday after that…

Alan Ball did make a rather mysterious statement about Sookie and her Fairy heritage:

“For those who read the books, you know that fairies are born in litters and are identical.”

Does this mean we will be seeing more of Claudine in some way?

Many of us have been wondering, why haven’t we seen more naked Sookie? Ball’s answer:

“She takes her clothes off all the time.”

Thank goodness, because a naked Sookie usually means there is a naked vampire!

Were any of you lucky enough to attend the panel?  Share your experience with us in the comment section!

Source: E! Online – Will Eric & Sookie Get Their Infamous Shower Scene? Comic-Con Delivers True Blood Answers!

(Photo credit: AP Photo/Denis Poroy)

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True Blood Composer Nathan Barr at Comic-Con

July 25, 2011

True Blood star Janina Gavankar and composer Nathan Barr attend Comic-Con composer panel

During the panel Q & A, True Blood star Janina Gavankar, Luna, introduced herself and thanked Nathan for his great musical contributions to the show. She stated that his music really gives the characters more depth and life, including Luna.

The other panelists in the group picture are L-R Christopher Young, Robert Duncan, Danny Jacob, Helene Muddiman, James Levine, Edward Rogers, and Nathan.

TOP FILM AND TELEVISION COMPOSERS SPEAK AT COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL: SAN DIEGO

Award-winning music talents Nathan Barr, Ramin Djawadi, Robert Duncan, Danny Jacob, James Levine, Edward Rogers, and Christopher Young to speak to fans at the San Diego Hilton Bayfront as part of Comic Con 2011

San Diego, CA (July 15, 2011) – Back by popular demand, the second annual Behind the Music with CW3PR: Composing Horror to Animation and Everything in Between will be held at Comic-Con International:  San Diego.

Seven legendary composers in film and television are slated to speak for the program from 6 to 7 pm on Saturday, July 23 in the Indigo Ballroom at the Hilton Bayfront, 1 Park Blvd.

Together, Nathan Barr (HBO’s “True Blood”), Ramin Djawadi (HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” Paramount Pictures’ “Iron Man”), Robert Duncan (ABC’s “Castle,” WB’s “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”), Danny Jacob (Disney Channel’s “Phineas and Ferb”), James Levine (FOX’s “Glee,” TNT’s “The Closer”), Edward Rogers (Syfy’s “Warehouse 13”), and Christopher Young (Columbia Pictures’ “Spider-Man 3,” New World Pictures’ “Hellraiser”) will discuss their pivotal roles in some of today’s top film and TV projects.

This year’s panel will focus on the different creative processes required for composing music in a wide variety of genres and platforms.  Panelists will also discuss expanding music to ancillary projects such as motion comics, video games and more that boost some of Hollywood’s largest growing franchises.

Attendees will receive exclusive giveaways and be the first to view (and hear) some surprise sneak peeks from upcoming projects. A fan-led Q&A will follow.

The panel will be moderated by film and television composer Hélène Muddiman.

About The Panelists

NATHAN BARR can currently be heard on one of HBO’s hottest shows True Blood.  Having written and performed the music for all four seasons of this show, he has come a long way since working as an assistant to world-renowned composer Hans Zimmer.  Barr has since composed original music for film and television.  Film credits include: IFC Films’ The Ledge, Lionsgate’s The Last Exorcism, and Stonebrook Entertainment’s Open House.

RAMIN DJAWADI received a Grammy nomination for Paramount Pictures’ Iron Man, as well as Emmy nominations for ABC’s FlashForward for “Outstanding Music Composition for a Series,” and FOX’s Prison Break for “Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music.”  Djawadi is currently scoring the original music for HBO’s Game of Thrones and A&E’s Breakout Kings.  He recently completed MGM’s Red Dawn, and is also working on Zoom Entertainment and Silver Screen Studios’ The Camel Wars and DreamWorks’ Fright Night.  He has collaborated with Hans Zimmer, co-composing and producing the score for Universal Pictures’ Thunderbirds, as well as collaborating on both Columbia Pictures’ Something’s Gotta Give and Warner Bros. Pictures’ Batman Begins.

ROBERT DUNCAN is a Canadian composer of film and TV, currently scoring music for ABC’s Castle, for which he was nominated for an Emmy.  Other credits include: Foundation Feature’s The Entitled; FOX’s The Chicago Code; FX’s Terriers; ABC’s The Gates; FOX’s Lie to Me; CBS’ The Unit; the WB’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer; and FOX’s Tru Calling.

DANNY JACOB is a three-time Emmy-nominated composer and producer of more than 300 original songs for the Disney Channel’s mega-hit animated series, Phineas and Ferb.  Influenced by his life-long experience as a world-class guitar player, Jacob bridges the worlds of score and song.  As a featured guitarist, he has performed on DreamWorks’ Shrek, which won the Oscar for Best Animated Picture; the Emmy-winning Bette Midler HBO Concert Divas Las Vegas; and Ray Charles and Aretha Franklin’s “Heaven Help Us,” which won the Grammy for Best Duet.  Other credits include: Disney’s Lilo and Stitch, Disney Channel’s The Emperor’s New School, and Kids’ WB’s Jackie Chan’s Adventures.

JAMES LEVINE is a film and television composer currently scoring original music for FOX’s hit series, Glee.  He has won two BMI awards, and his credits include:  TNT’s The Closer and Rizzoli & Isles; FX’s Nip/Tuck; CBS’ NCIS: Los Angeles; FX’s Damages; and Paramount Pictures’ The Weather Man.  Levine has also provided additional music for DreamWorks’ Madagascar and Touchstone Pictures’ Pearl Harbor.

EDWARD ROGERS is an Emmy-nominated composer for film, television and videogames.  Prior to scoring original music for the Syfy network’s hit series, Warehouse 13, for which he received an Emmy nomination for “Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music,” Rogers also brought the gritty streets of New York to life with his underscore for ABC’s award-winning series, NYPD Blue, for six years.  He continued his collaboration with producer Steven Bochco on FX’s acclaimed series, Over There.

CHRISTOPHER YOUNG is one of the foremost talents in film music today.  A Golden Globe-nominated composer, he has scored an impressive number of features in virtually every genre, all with strikingly original music.  New World Pictures’ spine-tingling Hellraiser showcases the composer’s seminal upbringing in horror; the new-techno sound of Warner Bros.’ Swordfish displays his versatility; the resonant, genuine Celtic sounds of Miramax Films The Shipping News display his attention to detail; and the heart-pounding rhythms of Columbia Pictures’ Spider-Man 3 are all evidence of his willingness to experiment.  These scores are among the nearly 100 films that embody the work of this prolific composer.

HÉLÉNE MUDDIMAN (Moderator) is a British film and television composer who recently scored ITV2’s The Only Way is Essex, a British award-winning reality show based in Essex, Southeast England.  Muddiman is currently composing original music for Warner Bros.’ Happy Feet 2 with composer John Powell who scored for Shrek and Happy Feet.  She has provided music for the entertainment industry since she was 18 years old, and has written in a wide variety of musical styles for film, television, radio and multi-media advertisements.  Muddiman has also worked on E4’s Skin for which she was nominated for a World Soundtrack Award.

For more information, please visit comic-con.org
(Photo credit:Nathan Barr)

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True Blood Episode 40 Review – “I’m Alive and on Fire”

July 25, 2011

The Plot Thickens:

Sookie & Alcide episode 40So many good storylines this episode – where do I start?

“You just killed my fairy godmother!” –Sookie

“Sorry.” –Eric

This seems to be Eric’s catchphrase for Season 4. It sums up his loss of memory and his new childlike quality just perfectly. But after this conversation, we discover the exact effect large doses of fairy blood have on vampires – Eric is drunk! While the saying goes: “It’s all funny until someone loses an eye”, in this instance, it may be apt to say, “It’s all funny until a vampire sees the sun.” While Eric is fine for a while in the sun, Sookie is not entirely convinced and has to enlist the help of Alcide in order to find the runaway viking.  Needless to say, there are several scenes that involve both Eric and Alcide without their shirts. And Sookie telling off the pair of them like they are small children is simply hilarious. It should be interesting to see how this little love triangle pans out. Noteworthy, also, is the fact that while Eric may seem childlike, Alexander Skarsgård is playing this role with enough gumption for us to see past this trait and see the old Eric we know and love underneath it all. And on the subject of Alcide, is anyone else finding Debbie even scarier as a good girl, than a V addict, or is it just me?

Meanwhile, Bill is still trying to break in his crown. There seem to be cracks appearing between him and Nan, now that he is King. While we are all happy to hate Bill this season for all the hurt he has caused Sookie, it appears that there might still be some sympathy to feel for him, when Nan gets stuck into him for mixing Eric up with the witches. She is panicky about another incident akin to the Russell Edgington one in Season 3 occurring, and threatens Bill with his life.

Speaking of Bill, those of you who have read the Charlaine Harris books, would have been aware of the special relationship between himself and the Bellefleurs. Fans of the HBO series only found out in this episode that Bill is actually Portia’s great-great-great-great-grandfather. While there are a lot of greats in front, it still adds up to a whoopee spoiler for Bill. There goes another great girlfriend!

And, of course, being True Blood, that is not the only warped family tree going on this season. Can anyone say ‘brother-husband’ quite like someone from Hotshot? While I got a big giggle out of this one (I was a fan of HBO’s Big Love, which is about fundamentalist Mormons and refers to multiple wives as ‘sister wives’), it is still disturbing to see the levels to which Alan Ball will take this show. Hotshot is just a whole other level of trailer trash. I must say, I was so glad to see Jason finally escape from this town and kill Felton in the process. Crystal, I might add, is becoming more delusional as the weeks progress. Another thing I noted is that when Jason is found by Jessica and Hoyt, it seems that while Hoyt does not want to be healed by Jessica’s blood, it is okay for her to give it to Jason. Makes him seem like a bit of a hypocrite there, doesn’t it?

Speaking of weirdos, this leads me into a storyline that I must admit I have not a lot of time for – the Mickens. I am pleased Sam has family, and in true HBO style, that family is complicated, but I just wonder where this is all leading. Once again, fans of the books may be wondering if the Mickens are being mixed up with another storyline which may very well show up in Season 5. But for fans of the TV series, it just seems to be running around in circles. I mean, it was obvious that Tommy was going to be set up like that, and what exactly is going on between him and Mrs. Fortenberry?

For a more ‘normal’ relationship, I turn once again to Sam Merlotte and his new relationship with the shape shifter, Luna. Or so I thought, right up until Luna started to talk about her jealous ex, who also happens to be a werewolf. Wonder if he’s a friend of Alcide’s? Whoever he is, it looks like he may be stalking her, which puts Sam in danger, no doubt.

Now for Marnie.  She seems to be possessed by some witch who was burned at the stake, but only in moments of clarity. I suspect that this possession will get more intense as the weeks pass. And, my, what a can of worms she has opened by casting a spell on Pam at the very end of the episode which resulted in Pam getting a face full of rotting corpse. I can’t imagine that will go down well!

So what did you all think of this episode?

(Photo Credit: HBO, Inc.)

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Club Fangtasia in Australia

July 23, 2011

Have a Vampishly Good Time the Eve of All Hallow’s Eve:

Club Fangtasia logo (Seamus O’Toole’s Pub)Irish-Australian vampires?  Sure, why not? Truebies can celebrate Halloween in True Blood style in Melbourne when Seamus O’Toole’s Irish Pub becomes Club Fangtasia.  The proprietors are stepping things up this year, and to keep everyone in the loop, they’ve made a website: www.clubfangtasia.com.au

The ticket info is up, along with what you can expect that evening.  Aside from a rocking good time, they promise “Lots of cool stuff from HBO”, and delicious drinks.  They’ve cleverly re-named the classics — Death on the Beach, anyone?

Let us know if you attend, we’d love to hear all about it!

Thanks for the scoop, Garth!

Contribution credit: Garth O’Hehir

Source: Club Fangtasia

 

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HBO Live Twitter Feed from Comic-Con 2011

July 23, 2011

Possible Spoilers Ahead:

Comic-Con 2011 logoGreetings, Truebies!  If you are not on Twitter, and didn’t make it to the True Blood panel at Comic-Con this year, we’ve got you covered.  There are plenty of comments on HBO’s live feed from Alan Ball and the cast, with some (what I am sure must be) spoilers thrown in.  For example, are any of you wondering about a certain shower scene?  Well, I won’t confirm or deny.  You can click through the tweets yourself if you want to find out.  (Insert innocent smile)

Click on the image to be taken to the archived feed:

HBO live Twitter feed Comic-Con 2011

Source: @TrueBloodHBO

(Image credits: @TrueBloodHBO, Comic-Con.org)

 

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Video: True Blood Sneak Peek Unveiled at Comic-Con 2011

July 22, 2011

What to Expect in the Coming Weeks of Season 4:

Comic-Con LogoTo those of you lucky enough to be at the True Blood panel at San Diego’s Comic-Con International right now, congratulations!  For everyone else, we can offer little consolation, but hopefully this video sneak peek released by HBO will help.  There’s something for everyone, whether you’re on Team Bill, Team Eric, Team Alcide, or any other team.  There are plenty of goosebump-inducing moments, so enjoy!
 

In the Coming Weeks: Sneak Peek

 

Source: HBO – In The Coming Weeks Sneak Peek

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Verizon FiOS Twitter Party and TBN Contest Winners

July 22, 2011

The Winners List Is Up!

All Flavor. No Bite promo posterI know you have all been waiting with bated breath for the winners results from the Verizon FiOS Twitter Party that was held not once, but twice on the opening night of Season 4 of True Blood.

Now, before we get to the results, I would like to thank the wonderful people at both Verizon FiOS and HBO who so very generously donated prizes for this event.

With  FiOS new Flex View technology you can download your favorite movies online to your home computer or laptop with blazing speed – nearly 2,000 On Demand titles are now available online to FiOS subscribers! You can even use one of the thousands of Verizon nationwide Wi-Fi hotspots to download them on the go.

As well as that, there is also FiOS TV which boasts over 130 HD channels and more than 25,000 On Demand movies and shows per month. Their advanced fiber optic technology lets you watch HDTV with fewer interruptions, less pixelation, and less weather interference.

We also had celebrities attending the event!  A few words between ourselves and Marshall Allman:

Marshall Allman @ Twitter party

So, (drum roll please), the winners for the East Coast are:

GRAND PRIZE
1.  EMichelle11
2.  shaydalynn
3.  mollywobblez
4.  theamazon111
5.  AmeliaxBroadway
FIRST PRIZE
1.  BookLover62
2.  wiinterrr
3.  qhorse2
4.  lorikb215
5.  sirensong89
6.  IHEARTSIMBA50
7.  lisalynnemarie
8.  _askars_
9.  caseyjarrell
10.  lorissa2004
11.  vivalakee
12.  lizzard268
13.  snoopie62
14.  ChristianPiatek
15.  prncessdana
16.  BlueMonkey121
17.  ldyanne
18.  Lizziemomma712
19.  jeannius
20.  DisneyFlint

 

The West Coast winners are:

GRAND PRIZE
1.  SaraAnn21
2.  Carmen_R
3.  BewitchinSam
4.  beth0301
5.  suepafly
FIRST PRIZE
1.  dz25
2.  PxlWvr
3.  emokidsloveme
4.  kidvicious86
5.  Blizzard1
6.  vitch36
7.  Mjteambreezy
8.  indylana
9.  EffinSpaceCadet
10.  amandamc34
11.  AliveAndDancing
12.  rwilkinson89
13.  jeannius
14.  pudge18
15.  sansregarde
16.  robincarmichael
17.  blue_devil_fan
18.  WrigleyGirl17
19.  amberxrenee
20.  tiffff

Thank you so much to all who participated, it was an awesome night!

And now for the other contest winners:

TBN Contest S3 Prize Pack – http://truebloodnet.com/true-blood-contest-win-true-blood-season-3-prize-pack/

D. Frye – Tallahassee, FL

L. Stine  – Lexington, IN

L. Mills – Conway, SC

 

Truebloodnet.com Twitter Contests: Countdown to True Blood Season 4 – http://truebloodnet.com/twitter-contests-countdown-true-blood-season-4/

TBN.com Twitter Contest 1http://twitwall.com/view/?what=0208090D0053

L. LaTrace – Aiken, SC

R. Karon –  New York, NY

D. Ellis – Myrtle Beach, SC

A. R. Vincent – Appleton, WI

S. Evans – Franklin, TN

TBN.com Twitter Contest 2 – http://twitwall.com/view/?what=0208090F0757

L. Mekeel – Darien, IL

S. A. Wilcox – Milwaukee, WI

A. Batres – Gladstone, MO

H. Pollock – North Sutton, NH

L. Pärtel – Harjumaa, Estonia

TBN.com Twitter Contest 3 – http://twitwall.com/view/?what=02090008055B

D. Young – Mayville, WI

C. House – New Albany, IN

K. Henning – Saukville, WI

True Blood Contest: Enter to Win the Tru Blood Beverage – http://truebloodnet.com/true-blood-contest-enter-win-tru-blood-beverage/

B. Montgomery – Gardendale, AL

D. Andrews – Monroe, NY

L. Macks – Wilsonville, OR

Congrats to all the winners, thank you for participating, and being loyal readers!  We love you!

Sources: True Blood Net– Verizon FiOS and TrueBloodNet.com Team Up for True Blood Premiere Twitter After Party with Prizes! – Updated!

@MarshallAllman

(Image Credit: HBO, Inc.)

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Exclusive True Blood GetGlue Stickers at Comic-Con

July 21, 2011

True Blood Keychains Up for Grabs!

Who’s excited for the True Blood panel at Comic-Con this year?  Well, if you’re planning on going, be sure to check in with GetGlue for some exclusive True Blood stickers!  You could go home with a True Blood keychain.  Read on for the info, straight from GetGlue:

Sookie is taking the night off from Merlotte’s and heading to Comic-Con.  True Blood will be making its fourth consecutive appearance at San Diego Comic-Con.  The whole cast will participate in a panel on Friday from 5:30 – 6:30 pm which will be moderated by Entertainment Weekly’s Tim Stack. On Friday from 11am-noon, and Saturday from 4pm to 5pm, IDW will have a True Blood Comic Book signing.  GetGlue is excited to have a sticker for these events!  Be sure to check-in on our apps and website while you are at these events to earn this sticker!  Once you earn the sticker, head over to the IDW Booth (#2643) and show your GetGlue sticker where you will then be given a True Blood keychain! Hurry up though, it’s first-come, first-served.

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Thanks for the scoop, Claire!

Source: GetGlue blog – HBO Heads to Comic-Con

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