True Blood’s Anna Paquin Talks Season 6

July 4, 2013

Anna Paquin on Season 6:

Anna Paquin stars as Sookie Stackhouse in HBO's True Blood Season 6

 While promoting her WIGS series, Susanna, Anna Paquin, aka. Sookie Stackhouse, spoke on what it was like losing Alan Ball as True Blood’s show runner.

“He’s incredibly talented. He created the world that we’re all living in now, but he kind of cut the apron strings. We’re off on our own now.”

When asked about Billith (Stephen Moyer), Paquin said:

“We still don’t know ultimately who or what this character is.”

If you want to read more about what Anna Paquin has to say about season 6, check out the link below!

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True Blood’s Maxine Fortenberry Appears in New Stephen King Television Show

June 27, 2013

Maxine Fortenberry From Life in Bon Temps to Life Trapped in a Dome:

Dale Raoul plays Maxine Fortenberry in HBO's True Blood Season 6

Dale Raoul, who is known as playing sassy and quick-witted Maxine Fortenberry (Hoyt’s mama) on HBO’s True Blood, has taken on another interesting role, this time as Andrea Grinnell on CBS’s new show Under the Dome. Under the Dome, based off of the Stephen King thriller, showcases Andrea as being similar to Maxine!

Dale says:

“[Andrea] is very different. She, like Maxine, is out there, and I love being able to play such characters.”

So will we see Maxine Fortenberry in True Blood’s Season 6? Dale reassures us that we have nothing to worry about:

“Yes, you do get to see her again this season, sort of closer to the end of the season…I had the joy of sitting next to that handsome Joe Manganiello [Alcide].”

Under the Dome airs on CBS, Monday nights.

For more in on what Dale is up to, be sure to check out the link below!

Credit: Highlight Hollywood – EXCLUSIVE Interview With Star Dale Raoul To Appear In Season Opener Of CBS’s New Brilliant Drama ‘Under The Dome’, A Stephen King Adaptation, Highlight Hollywood News

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True Blood’s Former Showrunner on Season 6 Premier

June 23, 2013

Check out Alan Ball’s reaction on the premier:

Alan Ball talks about HBO's True Blood Season 6Alan Ball, the former show runner of HBO’s True Blood, attended the season 6 premier party. Here’s what he thought about the premier:

“I loved it. I thought it was the perfect mix of scares, action and humor. It really makes me want to see what happens next.”

Ball spoke about the show burning him and enjoying his break from working. So what exactly is he up to? Is he planning any upcoming projects?

“I have a series idea that I’m working on and writing on spec and have two screenplays I’m trying to put together. And I’m working on another one, and then I have another one that’s halfway finished. [The show] is unlike either Six Feet Under or True Blood; it’s very different. I’d definitely say it’s a drama, but it’s too early to talk about.”

To read more about what Alan Ball has been up to since leaving True Blood, check out the links below!

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True Blood’s Pam: Good or Evil?

June 13, 2013

Kristin Bauer Van Straten Talks Season 6:

Kristen Bauer van Straten stars as Pam the vampire in Season 6 of HBO's True Blood

Being only days away from HBO’s True Blood Season 6 premier, let’s rewind and remember where our favorite sharp-tongued lady vamp of Fangtasia was up to.

Oh right. When we last saw Pam, played by Kristin Bauer van Straten, she was consumating her obviously growing attraction to her progency Tara Thornton (played by Rutina Wesley) with a smoldering lip-lock. Will Pam and Tara’s relationship survive the upcoming human vs. vampire war? Will Pam have more quick-witted one-liners? We hope so! Here’s what Kristin had to say about Pam’s role in season 6:

“I think it’s safe to say there is a human-vampire conflict that’s escalated from what the Authority did last year. And that, of course, causes problems for Pam. So she’s trying to figure out her relationship with her new baby/lover, you know, Rutina (Wesley, who plays Tara). And she’s just reunited with her Maker; she wasn’t sure if he was alive. And then, on top of it, the humans are fighting back.”

So is Pam more evil or good? Here’s what Kristin thinks:

“I don’t know if it is a bad sign, or if I’m becoming sort of delusional, but I don’t know if she’s good or evil — but she’s definitely… correct.”

Sounds like the you-know-what is going to hit the fan. To read the rest of the interview with Kristin, click on the link below. And Remember Truebies, season 6 premiers this Sunday June 16th!

Credit: Metro – Kristin Bauer Straten walks the good-evil line as Pam on ‘True Blood’

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True Blood’s Alexander Skarsgard’s New Film to Debut at Festival

January 14, 2013

Needing an Eric Northman Fix?

Alexander Skarsgard (star of HBO's True Blood) stars alongside Paula Patton in DisconnectThen don’t fret, Truebies. The good news? Even though Season 6 of HBO’s supernatural hit TV show, True Blood has just started production, you can catch a glimpse of Alexander Skarasgard (who plays vampire Eric Northman),  in his new film Disconnect. The dramatic film will show how modern technologies that are designed to bring people together can actually tear them apart emotionally.

 

Jason Bateman, Paula Patton, Max Thieriot, and Frank Grillo are just a few celebs who will co-star alongside Skarsgard.

Alexander Skarsgard’s newest film will open at the 28th Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Skarsgaard is expected to attend.

The bad news? We have to wait until the movie is released nationwide on April 12.

What do you think truebies? Will you go see Disconnect?

Source: Wetpaint – Alexander Skargard’s New Movie Set to Open the Santa Barbara International Film Festival

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True Blood’s Robert Patrick Made Series Regular

January 11, 2013

Alcide’s Dad Will be Around a Lot More in Season 6:

Robert Patrick, also known as Jackson Herveaux, Alcide’s father, has been promoted to series regular for the upcoming season six of HBO‘s hit supernatural show True Blood.

This news comes hot on the heels that the show he was also scheduled to appear in; Last Resort (ABC) has been cancelled. This will now give him more time to concentrate on being Alcide’s dad in Season 6!

So it looks like we’ll be seeing a lot more of Jackson Herveaux, trubies! What do you think about this?  Check out the link below to see more casting news for other television shows.

Credit: TV Line – True Blood Ups Robert Patrick to Regular, Eliza Dushka Joins The Saint and More!

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True Blood’s Stephen Moyer to Direct Season 6 Opener

December 16, 2012

Stephen Moyer Will Direct Second Episode of True Blood:

Stephen Moyer who plays Bill Compton in HBO's True Blood“Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” is the title of the sixth season premier of HBO’s supernatural hit show, True BloodStephen Moyer, who has portrayed vampire Bill Compton for the previous five seasons, will be directing the episode. Raelle Tucker, a veteran of 10 previous episodes including the Season 1 finale, is the writer. Tucker is also the co-executive producer of True Blood.

This will be the second episode he has directed. Last season Moyer directed “Somebody That I Used to Know.”

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True Blood’s Alcide Seduces HIMYM’s Barney

December 2, 2012

Joe Manganiello Channeling his Magic Mike Role:

Joe Manganiello as a shirtless AlcideJoe Manganiello, known as the super hot werewolf Alcide Hevereaux, has a small part on

CBS’s How I Met Your Mother. Now he appears in a behind-the-scenes video of the show. Check out the “expose” about the up and coming Neil Patrick Harris webseries entitled Neil’s Puppet Dreams. Check out the full video below!

 

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True Blood’s Janina Gavankar to Star in CW Show “Arrow”

November 25, 2012

Check out what Sam’s lady love, Luna, will be up to in the near future:

janina-gavankar tv fanatic comSince HBO’s True Blood season 5 finale ended in multiple shocks, we still aren’t quite sure what will happen to Sam’s (Sam Trammell) love Luna, played by Janina Gavankar. Since she shifted into a human, usually a shapeshifter won’t live after. We saw this with Sam’s younger brother, Tommy (Marshall Allman).

What we do know is that it has been confirmed that Gavankar has secured a multi-arc role in the new CW show, Arrow. She will portray a vice cop described as “tough, sexy, and considerably formidable.”

What do you think, Truebies? Will we see Luna survive next season? Will you tune in to Arrow to see  Gavankar? To find out more, check out the link below!

Credit: Zap2It – ‘Arrow’ casts ‘True Blood’s Janina Gavankar in Major Recurring Role

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Could HBO True Blood’s sixth season be it’s last?

November 18, 2012

True Blood coming to an end:

The cast of HBO's True Blood

Since Alan Ball, creator of HBO’s True Blood, has left the show, rumors have been running amok that the upcoming season of True Blood could be it’s final.

It’s no secret that shows can’t last without their foundation. Another potential piece of evidence? The’s show will be putting forth 10 episodes instead of it’s usual 12. However, Alan Ball was quoted as saying that it was due to the economy and to help accommodate Anna Paquin’s (Sookie Stackhouse) pregnancy.

What do you think Truebies? Will True Blood face the true death after Season 6?

Credit: Wetpaint – Will Season 6 of True Blood Be It’s Last?

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