contact us | faq 

Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Google Plus Join our mailing list

Posted by | May 3, 2012, 11:53 (EST) | No Comments
Category: The Vampire Diaries TV

Marguerite MacIntyre as Sheriff ForbesWe haven’t seen much of everyone’s favorite sheriff in recent episodes, but if you’re missing her, Assignment X has just the thing for you: An interview with Marguerite MacIntyre herself. She discusses what it’s like filming with people playing vampires, what she’d do if she were actually sheriff of Mystic Falls, and the universality of her storyline with Caroline:

“I think that’s one of the sweetest storylines. I love that storyline. It was beautiful and – I’m not a parent, but I think every parent, or every kid with their parent, has that issue. There’s something that the parent may not approve of or that you don’t approve of, whatever it might be – it could be almost anything. And I think that was one of the most passionate, thoughtful storylines, to show somebody who they built up for three seasons as being very stalwart against this one thing [vampirism], having to accept it in her daughter and her daughter having to be brave enough to share it with the mother. And I just love that. I just thought it was beautiful. You can fill in the blank. You’re right – “dot, dot, dot,” it can be anything, any adjective you want, and it’s cool.”

READ THE WHOLE INTERVIEW AT ASSIGNMENT X.

Posted by | February 1, 2012, 13:10 (EST) | 2 Comments
Category: The Vampire Diaries TV

Joseph Morgan as KlausTerron Moore of Ology just had brunch with Joseph Morgan, Zach Roerig, and Ian Somerhalder and got a nice serving of inside information, jokes, and TVD analogies to everyone from Batman to Yogi Bear to Kublai Khan. Warning: Spoilers through The Ties That Bind (EP312)! On Klaus’s trust issues:

JOSEPH: I think that there’s potential for him to change, yes, but it’s going to be really difficult. Because as well as being selfish, he’s incredibly paranoid. He’s spent the last 1000 years maintaining this lie he’s told his siblings. He’s the product of a dysfunctional family, having this horrible relationship with his father, being a bastard child, not feeling accepted by the rest of his family… so I think he has real issues with trust…

IAN: I feel like Klaus is what happened with Rome, or like, Kublai Khan. He’s created this empire of deceit, and he has to keep it down to protect himself.

READ THE INTERVIEW AT OLOGY.

Plus, Assignment X recently caught up with Candice Accola and asked her about shipping, stunts, and more. On how her dance training has helped:

“By no means was I going to be a professional dancer, but I grew up taking dance classes down the street and that’s actually been the most helpful in the stunt work, counting out the steps and “five, six, seven, eight, and punch.” It is funny how those little things that you learned as a kid that you don’t think are going to translate, all of a sudden, as an adult, they help you out in your job. So that was something that I did physically when I was young.”

READ THE INTERVIEW AT ASSIGNMENT X.

Posted by | December 29, 2011, 9:05 (EST) | 2 Comments
Category: The Vampire Diaries TV

Paul Wesley as StefanAssignment X talked to Paul Wesley (seems the interview happened at Comic Con?) about his experiences playing Stefan and other paranormal characters. On acting in genre projects as opposed to realistic drama:

“I think it’s really more about the human condition and you’re basing it in reality. Regardless of what the circumstances are, you need to base that in reality. You need to be a human being on Earth experiencing this. If you look at it as, ‘Oh, this is just a fantasy,’ then you’re not bringing true emotion to it. You can’t look at it in a biased way, you have to sort of objectify the whole thing.”

READ THE WHOLE INTERVIEW AT ASSIGNMENT X.





  • TVD Poll

    What did you think of Resident Evil (EP518)?

    Loading ... Loading ...
  • Originals Poll

    What did you think of An Unblinking Death (EP119)?

    Loading ... Loading ...


  • Recent Posts

  • Official Sites

  • Partner Sites

  • We Support

  • Vampire-Diaries.net was founded on the 21st February 2009. It is a fansite and not affiliated in any way with L.J. Smith, HarperCollins, Alloy Entertainment, the CW Network, Warner Bros. Television, CBS Television Studios, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Outerbanks Entertainment, Bonanza Productions or the cast and crew of the Vampire Diaries television series.
    Theme used is 'Stefan's Journal', designed by Red exclusively for Vampire-Diaries.net.