Spoilers, spoilers, spoilers! Under no circumstances should you have anything to do with this Vampire Diaries Bite if you haven’t watched last night’s episode (Down The Rabbit Hole, EP414) yet. If you have…enjoy!
It’s no surprise that Joseph Morgan is in high demand for interviews right now, between the goings-on with Klaus on The Vampire Diaries and the upcoming spinoff The Originals, there are a lot of questions begging for answers. Fortunately, E!Online, Zap2it and TVLine are all on the case, we’ve gathered the interviews up in a group for your reading pleasure.
Morgan teases that fans can expect the spinoff to be “a little more adult, a little more kind of gothic because these are old time Vampires here.”
And finally, he says, “It’s just so tremendously exciting for me, I’m so eager to get started on it. I really can’t wait, and I really hope people like it. I’m going to put my whole heart and soul into it.”
Zap2it asked the actor about the situation between Klaus and Caroline after last week’s emotional episode.
“I think she was being genuine,” he says. “The way Candice played it, she was being genuine. I also think it’s more interesting if she was — it sort of adds a level of complexity to her character, rather than, ‘Oh, we’re playing another thing on Klaus.’ It’s more if it comes from a genuine place. As an actor and a character, I bought into it.”
TVLine wants to know if Klaus has any romance coming up. Joseph says yes, but declines to say who with. Speculations welcome in comments!
TVLINE: Will Klaus ever get lucky in love? He has to be the most celibate vampire in Mystic Falls.
[Joseph Morgan] Yeah, he’s going to get some action.
Previously on The Vampire Diaries, they went camping. They actually went camping. On the long list of life lessons these people have learned since the Salvatores came to Mystic Falls, isn’t “NEVER GO INTO THE WOODS.” near the top? Honestly, if Silas really can raise the dead, there’s going to be a whole crowd from the first three seasons who want a word with our heroes about why outdoorsy activities are the worst.
Things have been getting pretty intense for Bonnie on The Vampire Diaries, but what about her love life? That’s what Hollywood Crush wants to know, and they went to Kat Graham to get the info.
Entertainment Weekly has a fantastic interview with Julie Plec, in which she answers questions about everything from the early part of her career to the pacing on The Vampire Diaries.
[EW] Where do you draw inspiration from today?
[Julie Plec] I draw from books and other people’s television shows. I read a lot. On vacation, I make a point of trying to read at least one or two books a day because when you read other people’s words, it awakens and energizes your own brain. Your brain can get really stale when you’re the only person coming up with ideas or talking to yourself. So that’s a big thing for me, to just constantly be filling my mind with other people’s storytelling. And then the other thing is, I’m a big people person. I love to sit around and drink wine and have five-hour dinners and chat. Hearing other people’s stories and trying to understand what makes people do what they do and say what they say, I can then take that into shaping of characters that I write for. Then I feel like I’ve got a context for human behavior as a result of just being genuinely interested and connected to people.
The Hollywood Reporter has a shiny new webclip from tomorrow night’s episode! Stefan, Damon and Klaus are all getting their snark on in this, so it’s not to be missed!
Previously on The Vampire Diaries, several characters were having a very rough night. This episode had a lot going on in every direction, with a big dose of violence thrown in for good measure. Catch up on the details with these handy recaps before tuning in to A View To A Kill (EP412) tomorrow night.
Entertainment Tonight has a new still from this week’s episode, A View To A Kill (EP412), featuring Claire Holt and Paul Wesley.
Uncomfortable conversations! No running in the halls! More uncomfortable conversations! Pizza! After School Special had a lot going on last week, so if you’d like to brush up before tomorrow night’s episode, this is the post for you.
Crissy Calhoun’s review is still forthcoming, but don’t panic! We have a whole crowd of great recaps and reviews for your perusing pleasure. Enjoy!
Arielle Kebbel is back with another TVD Rehash, this time for After School Special (EP410). Enjoy!