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Posted by | July 1, 2011, 9:18 (MST) | 4 Comments
Category: The Vampire Diaries TV

Friday Night Bites is a weekly round-up for various tidbits of show and cast/crew news not quite big enough to warrant a blog post, not strictly Vampire Diaries-related, or somehow just fell through the cracks. Please insert theme song by Explosions in the Sky here and enjoy.

Posted by | June 27, 2011, 9:39 (MST) | 16 Comments
Category: The Vampire Diaries TV

TVD in Television Without Pity's Tubey Awards, Round 1: Vampire Diaries nomsIt’s our personal favorite readers’ awards of the year! Television Without Pity‘s annual Tubey Awards – honoring “the best, worst, and just plain insane” from the 2010-2011 TV season – has officially begun! Round 1 of the semi-finals kicks off with quite a few pleasant surprises – Daniel Gillies/Elijah received a lot of love in the fan nominations and he’s in several categories, including Favorite Actor (!) – and some well-deserved love for the usual suspects. Now, this is the semi-finals, so that means you’re voting to get your faves into the top ten of each category. You have until July 5th to vote in this round before the second round posts. HEAD OVER TO TELEVISION WITHOUT PITY AND GET VOTING!

Vampire Diaries is nominated in the following categories: Best Returning Show, Best Teen Show, and Best Drama.

Cast, guest stars, characters, and other TVD things are nominated in the following categories:

  • Favorite Actor and Least Favorite Actor: Daniel Gillies, Ian Somerhalder, Paul Wesley.
  • Favorite Actress: Nina Dobrev
  • Supporting Actor/Actress Most Deserving a Starring Role: Candice Accola, Daniel Gillies, Matt Davis.
  • Best Performance by an Inanimate Object: Damon Salvatore’s bathroom, Elijah’s coins, the moonstone, white oak dagger.
  • Best Guest Star: Daniel Gillies, Lauren Cohan, Mia Kirshner.
  • Best HoYay! Couple: Alaric and Damon, Damon and Elijah, Jeremy and Tyler, Stefan and Damon, Stefan and Klaus.
  • Best Romantic Relationship: Bonnie and Jeremy, Elena and Stefan.
  • Worst Romantic Relationship: Bonnie and Jeremy, Elena and Stefan, Matt and Caroline.
  • Best Almost-Romantic-But-Not-Quite Relationship: Caroline and Tyler, Damon and Elena.
  • Best Non-Romantic Friendship: Alaric and Damon, Stefan and Caroline, Caroline, Elena, and Bonnie.
  • Best Family Relationship: The Gilberts, The Salvatores.
  • Most Egregious Product Placement: Bing, Ford, MiFi.
  • Most Likable Geek: Slater.
  • Best Pop Culture Reference: Bela Lugosi, Lon Chaney, Jr., and Lon Chaney, Sr.

Posted by | June 23, 2011, 21:22 (MST) | 2 Comments
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New feature! Friday Night Bites will be a weekly round-up for various tidbits of show and cast/crew news not quite big enough to warrant a blog post, not strictly Vampire Diaries-related, or somehow just fell through the cracks. Please insert theme song by Explosions in the Sky here and enjoy. (Okay, technically it’s not Friday night where we’re at, but it is somewhere, right now! So there!)

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Posted by | June 21, 2011, 17:31 (MST) | No Comments
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Sara Canning & David Anders confirmed for Germany's RingCon 2011UPDATE: David Anders and Sara Canning have also been officially confirmed for Dragon*Con in Atlanta on Labor Day weekend, September 3-5, 2011. Visit the official Dragon*Con website for more information on guests and tickets.

Have some Vampire Diaries love, German fans: RingCon, “The Fantasy Convention,” has confirmed David Anders and Sara Canning for their 2011 convention which will take place at the Maritim Hotel in Bonn, October 14-16. Check out the official RingCon website for more information on the hotel, ticket prices, and scheduling.

RingCon, taking place in the Maritim Hotel Bonn, unites The Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Twilight, True Blood, Blood Ties and lots of other Fantasy fandoms in one event. There is something for everyone – whether you like Hobbits, Hogwarts-Students or Vampires!

Posted by | May 18, 2011, 23:41 (MST) | 5 Comments
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IVampire Diaries season finale: Hollywood Crush interview with Malese JowMTV’s Hollywood Crush chats with Malese Jow – the much beloved Anna of Season 1 – to talk about the jaw-dropping twist in the Vampire Diaries Season 2 finale and what it may or may not mean for Season 3.

What was the Twitter response like from Team Anna following the finale?
It was just a huge wave—they attacked my Twitter. It was so hard to keep up with all the comments. But to be totally honest, the love for Anna never really stopped. I got comments every single day, which I think the fans had a huge impact on me coming back. So once I did, and once they saw me, it was just intense love and everyone is so excited for season three, along with me.


Posted by | May 18, 2011, 10:26 (MST) | No Comments
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The Vampire Diaries TV Series: The VRO's Vampire Diaries Month: Have questions for Trent Ford & David Anders?The VRO’s Vampire Diaries Month is still rolling and this week they have Vampire Diaries guest stars Trent Ford (Trevor) and David Anders (John Gilbert) on air to answer fan questions and talk Season 2. Have your own question for Mr. Ford and Mr. Anders? Head over to The VRO’s Facebook page and post them on their wall. Trent Ford is on this Thursday, May 19th at 9pm ET/6pm PT and David Anders is on Friday, May 20th at 9pm ET/6pm PT.

Missed an interview? Curious as to future guests? Complete schedule below!

Posted by | May 17, 2011, 21:28 (MST) | 5 Comments
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Vampire Diaries season finale: TV Line interview with Kayla Ewell (spoilers!)Now that the season finale has aired in the U.K., time to catch up on the big stuff! TV Line‘s Meg Masters caught up with Kayla Ewell – the dearly departed Vicki Donovan from Season 1 – to talk about the Vampire Diaries Season 2 finale’s very big surprise.

TVLINE | What was your reaction upon reading the finale script?
It was crazy to get that script and read it. I was just as shocked as all of the viewers were.


Posted by | May 13, 2011, 10:34 (MST) | 1 Comment
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Interview round-up: Candice Accola, Katerina Graham & Daniel GilliesStarryMag caught up with Candice Accola to look back on Caroline’s progression in Season 2 – her transformation into a vampire, her developing relationships and friendships, and her thoughts on the recent tragic happenings in Mystic Falls. She also talks extensively about her involvement in Lyme Disease awareness, including her recent project with Show Me Your Mumu to raise money for Turn the Corner. (And, hey, today is Candice’s birthday, so why not make a donation towards fighting Lyme Disease on her Crowdrise page?)

Oh man, Caroline has grown leaps and bounds! What’s really fun about the idea of playing characters in high school is that everything regardless of vampires and werewolves is extreme anyway. You know your first love is your one and only and a fight with your parents is World War III and everything is at its utmost dramatic heightened level. Even in the sense of all of the insecurities that you carry along with you throughout high school and the fact that this character Caroline has throughout season one into season two just shed so many insecurities and having a different perspective on what’s important and who’s important and how you expect others to treat yourself.



Posted by | May 12, 2011, 16:45 (MST) | 1 Comment
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Joseph Morgan was featured on MTV’s The Seven this afternoon and he talks about how he envisions Klaus (both in the present and in flashback) and how he thinks fans won’t be disappointed in the season’s final moments.

Posted by | May 12, 2011, 9:10 (MST) | 8 Comments
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Daniel Gillies interview round-up: EW, The TV Chick & Chicago TribuneHappy season finale day! Following up yesterday’s PopWrap interview, we have a string of new interviews with Vampire Diaries guest star Daniel Gillies and he’s full of insight into the walking enigma that is Elijah. We’re sure a few more of these will be popping up throughout the day and we’ll add them to this post as they do, so check back. In the meantime, check out the interviews below to get Daniel’s take on the connection that is developing between Elijah and Elena, the relationship between Elijah and Klaus (past and future), and the challenges of playing such a stoic character.

Entertainment Weekly: ‘Vampire Diaries’: Daniel Gillies talks Elijah’s betrayal (and softening)

“His agenda is thousands of years old, so the fact that he turned and destroyed the plans of Stefan and Bonnie doesn’t surprise me at all. Other cast members came up to me and said, “Oh, how do you feel about that? Oh, man, it’s terrible, right?” Like it’s a bad thing. I personally love characters when they f— up. It’s exciting to me. When someone like Elijah — who almost seems robotic at times in his execution, the economy of his motion — does something like that, you actually see his humanity. I love the mistakes that people make. In as sense, for me at least, it brings me closer to them.”


The TV Chick: INTERVIEW: Daniel Gillies (Elijah) from The Vampire Diaries

Julie has said that next season will be the season of the originals, so I want to know where you see Elijah going in season three.
The truth is, he’s virtually indestructible. I don’t know…where would you go if you were Elijah? I guess he might — I don’t know, he seems like someone who would disappear once his purpose was complete, like someone who would, like an assassin, fulfill his task and then depart, but the spin in the works here, is this little thing called Elena. She’s got more of a grasp on him that he understands. Or let me rephrase that, I think he knows precisely the kind of grasp she has on him. I’m sensing something unselfish surfacing in him, like a devotional kind of love.


Chicago Tribune Show Patrol: Daniel Gillies: Beyond cute in ‘The Vampire Diaries’

Julie Plec has said that watching you play Elijah made her and Kevin decide to make the Originals unkillable. And obviously they’ve kept your characters around. How does it feel to play God in that way?
[Laughs.] That’s very sweet. But they’re not unkillable. There’s a way to get them; there’s always a way. It’s amazingly gratifying to play this role in this show. I feel very, very lucky is the answer to that question. I’ve never played anything that’s had such a following, and believe me, I know there are some pretty entitled young actors out there who think they’ve got it coming to them. But I’m 35 and I feel very blessed to be doing this.


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