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Posted by | November 29, 2012, 20:08 (EST) | 44 Comments
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PRETTY FLASHBACK CLOTHES! Here’s your first look at next week’s new episode, We’ll Always Have Bourbon Street (EP408).

Posted by | November 14, 2012, 20:05 (EST) | 204 Comments
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The CW has released the official synopsis for the BRILLIANTLY TITLED December 6th episode of The Vampire Diaries: We’ll Always Have Bourbon Street (EP408). Highlight for spoilers:

A FLASHBACK TO NEW ORLEANS IN 1942When Stefan ({Paul Wesley) confronts Damon (Ian Somerhalder) with a suspicion about Elena (Nina Dobrev), Damon has no choice but to help Stefan investigate. Searching for answers, Damon and Stefan visit modern day New Orleans to see if they can find anyone who remembers the events of their last visit in 1942, including one of Damon’s former flames, Charlotte (guest star Madeline Zima). Elena, Caroline (Candice Accola) and Bonnie (Kat Graham) share a girls’ night while the Salvatore brothers are out of town, and emotions run high when Elena delivers some shocking news. At Hayley’s (guest star Phoebe Tonkin) urging, Tyler (Michael Trevino) confronts one of Klaus’ hybrids, Kimberly (guest star Alyssa Diaz), and the situation quickly escalates into violence. Finally, Damon is faced with a heartbreaking decision.

The episode was written by Charlie Charbonneau and Jose Molina and directed by Jesse Warn.

Posted by | November 14, 2012, 11:24 (EST) | 48 Comments
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Ian Somerhalder as DamonWe don’t seem to have a title for the December 6th episode yet, but according to Entertainment Weekly, it will include flashbacks to the Salvatore brothers dressed as both soldiers and civilians around the time of World War II – and Lexi in the 1940s as well. Click on the thumbnail to see the entire exclusive episode still, and make sure you click through to watch an exclusive video about the creation of the WWII-era costumes for the show as well.

READ MORE AND WATCH THE VIDEO AT ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY.

Posted by | November 1, 2012, 8:57 (EST) | 1 Comment
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TV Guide has more Joseph Morgan interview goodness and, this week, he’s teasing tonight’s new episode of The Vampire Diaries: The Five (EP404). Joseph explains why it’s his favorite episode so far (and praises writer Rebecca Sonnenshine) and teases that a major secret will surface. Head over to TV Guide to read what Julie Plec has to say about The Five, too. Looks like Season 4′s mythology arc will really get rolling tonight.

Posted by | October 11, 2012, 16:09 (EST) | 2 Comments
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We know Vampire Diaries will flash back to 12th century Italy in The Five (EP404) , airing November 1st, and it looks like the CW’s Judy Yam has decided to whet our Original appetite with a peek at Klaus. See more stills from the episode here and here.

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Posted by | October 10, 2012, 14:10 (EST) | 36 Comments
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The CW has released the official synopsis for The Vampire Diaries: The Five (EP404), airing Thursday, November 1st on the CW. Highlight for spoilers:

A FRAT PARTY AND A FLASHBACK TO 12TH CENTURY ITALY — Damon (Ian Somerhalder) goes with Elena (Nina Dobrev) and Bonnie (Kat Graham) to visit Whitmore College, where Professor Shane (guest star David Alpay, “The Borgias”) is taking over the Occult Studies classes formerly taught by Bonnie’s grandmother. At a fraternity costume party, Damon takes advantage of the wild scene to give Elena a lesson in choosing a victim. Rebekah’s (Claire Holt) attempt to buy Matt’s (Zach Roerig) forgiveness falls flat, but she is intrigued by unexpected news from Klaus (Joseph Morgan). When Stefan (Paul Wesley) questions Klaus about Connor’s (guest star Todd Williams) motives, Klaus reveals a long-ago encounter with a powerful group of vampire hunters, but it’s Rebekah who delivers the information that stuns Stefan.

The episode was written by Brett Matthews and Rebecca Sonnenshine and directed by Joshua Butler.

Posted by | August 28, 2012, 18:35 (EST) | 11 Comments
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Daniel Gillies Teases Elijah's Season 4 ReturnMTV Hollywood Crush has an interesting chat with Daniel Gillies about the flashback episode of The Vampire Diaries he’s shooting for Season 4. In case you’d thought Elijah’s hair had revealed all of its secrets, Gillies assures us there will be yet another incarnation of the Original’s signature hairdo in the 11th century. Elijah’s coiffure aside, he does have plenty more to say on the subject of the Original family and why Elijah is an important force while Klaus is still in the picture.

“[Elijah is] going to be back, and what role do we expect him to play? I think Elijah brings order. Whenever he returns, s–t gets done,” Daniel explained. “He’s sort of the stabilizer. There’s always a shift in the equilibrium. I think he’s the only one who can truly sort of restrain his brother. I think he’s the only one with the dignity/lucidity to be able to strategize a way out of Mystic Falls and into some sort of sanctuary for their family. I’m not saying that’s what he’s going to do, I’m saying that’s what he’s capable of. I think if the family listened to Elijah, they’d be in an excellent place to position themselves in this very contemporary world that wants them all gone.”

READ THE ENTIRE INTERVIEW AT HOLLYWOOD CRUSH.

Posted by | March 16, 2012, 9:31 (EST) | No Comments
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XXLast weekend’s Vampire Diaries panel audience at PaleyFest were treated to an advance screening of last night’s new episode, 1912 (EP316), and Julie Plec and cast hit the stage immediately afterwards to discuss the revelations and repercussions as we head into the final episodes of Season 3.

Be warned: Every one of these discussion panel recaps is spoilerific, so steer clear if you haven’t watched 1912 yet.
 
 

Posted by | March 15, 2012, 14:33 (EST) | 22 Comments
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XXWe’re only hours away from a brand new episode of The Vampire Diaries and Ian Somerhalder tells Zap2It about tonight’s introduction of the “badass” Sage, played by guest star Cassidy Freeman. He also discusses Damon stepping up as an older brother to Stefan and how that affects his dynamic with Elena. Oh, and he also teased this:

Somerhalder can’t wait for fans to see what’s in store for the brothers as the season winds toward its conclusion. “I just talked to [producer Pascal Verschooris] last night, because we just got episode 21, which is episode 65… and I just learned about what the finale is. It’s really dynamic, man. There’s so much stuff happening.”

When we asked him if the finale would make us cry: “Yes,” he said bluntly.

READ & WATCH THE INTERVIEW AT ZAP2IT.

And E!Online chats with Paul Wesley about the relationship between Stefan and Damon, Stefan’s dark side, and goes quite in-depth about the long road still ahead for Stefan and Elena.

Though Stefan will not have an easy time with it, Wesley says the process will lead him back to Elena. “The more he deals with moderation, the closer he grows to Elena. He was so involved in his own darkness, he didn’t have any time for romance. As the episodes progress, the audience is going to see Stefan maybe becoming more like he was season one and two, sort of the romantic lead hero.”

READ THE ENTIRE INTERVIEW AT E!ONLINE.

Posted by | March 15, 2012, 11:00 (EST) | No Comments
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XX Cassidy Freeman gave Entertainment Weekly another few hints (SPOILER ALERT) about tonight’s episode and her character’s story, which is making us even more excited for tonight’s episode. The actress makes it clear that Sage has no designs on any long term relationship with Damon Salvatore, but she does assure us that the two vampires will have some fun.

“We’re party animals. We’re that friend that always comes to town and you end up drinking too much, and then you don’t really remember it the next day but you know you had a good time. That’s the kind of friends that we are, I think.”

Other vampires in town may not be getting in on the good times action, however. There are still (a few) humans left in Mystic Falls, and according to Paul Wesley, Stefan may have more to worry about than flashbacks.

Tonight’s episode also features a bonding moment between Elena and Matt. Should Stefan consider Matt a threat to the show’s central love triangle? “I think he absolutely should be a threat,” Wesley says. “I think there’s a level of simplicity to Matt. He’s a good, uncomplicated kind of guy. At the end of the day, Stefan and Damon both bring a huge bag of complication and things don’t go very well when Damon and Stefan are around. So I do believe that Elena should have some sort of a relationship with someone who is not supernatural. I think for sure that’s a threatening thing, to a degree.”

READ THE FULL ARTICLE AT ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY.

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