True Blood Cast Talks Characters and Crazy Fans

March 12, 2011 by  

A Q&A Session with the Cast of True Blood:

PaleyFest 2011 True Blood posterWith all the secrecy surrounding Season 4 of HBO‘s True Blood, it’s a wonder we ever get any details.  Luckily, that hunger was sated, if just a bit, at this year’s PaleyFest.  Besides the spoilers, teasers, and videos that were shared, there was time for a little Q&A.  Sixteen of the cast members were on stage for the Q&A that follows:

Where would you like to see your character go?

Alexander Skarsgård (Eric): “Eric is lost. He is vulnerable and trying to figure out who he is. But I would love to see some flashbacks with Godric and Pam, to see how they all got here.”

Todd Lowe (Terry): “Terry thinks the evil can just be parented out of Arlene’s baby.”

Jim Parrack (Hoyt): “Mom will never accept her son’s chosen mate.” Despite that, Jim hopes that Hoyt and Jess can get married. “I would love to tackle the political implications – both on and off the show – of us getting married.”

Rutina Wesley (Tara): “You will be surprised to find out where Tara went after the season finale. Don’t worry, it’s someplace cool. We’ll see a more stable, happy Tara. I’d like to see some Tara and Pam action.”

Have you had any creepy or crazy fan interactions?

Joe Manganiello (Alcide): “Some people say that wolf or canine saliva can heal wounds. At Comicon one year, a woman came up and ask me to lick her, in order to heal her wounds. Security escorted her out.”

Stephen Moyer (Bill): “Men will ask me to leave a voicemail for their wives as Bill because they say it will get them so laid. Sometimes I will do it.”

Anna Paquin (Sookie): “I love watching the women who pretend to want my autograph when really, they only care about meeting my husband. I don’t care; I find it entertaining.”

To see the rest of the cast’s answers, click here.

We all have our different desires for what should happen next season… do any of yours coincide with what you’ve read here?

Source: – ‘True Blood’ Takes a Bite Out of PaleyFest

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