Joseph Morgan talks with HuffPost Live about his journey from Vampire Diaries guest star to The Originals principal. He gives us some hints about what will be different on the new series, confirms that there will be new kinds of supernatural creatures cropping up in New Orleans. This is a great interview that covers a lot of different topics, definitely worth a watch!
Time to check in with Mystic Falls’s resident human! The Huffington Post talked to Zach Roerig about the changes that are coming in season four and their impact on Matt. On how his relationship with Elena will change:
“I think she’ll confide in Matt even more so now. Elena and Matt’s friendship has always been kind of one that was always understood, that we didn’t really see, but that we know took place throughout their childhood. And now, with Elena giving up her life for Matt and Matt sacrificing himself at times for her, I think this is a rekindled friendship and you see them grow closer together.”
This interview also answers some questions we’ve seen asked a lot in the last few months, so click through but beware of spoilers!
And over at The Televixen, the “Take 5 with The Vampire Diaries” series continues with Ian Somerhalder. On how Damon will cope with the loss of Alaric:
“I think it’s not going to be easy for Damon. I mean, the loss of any great friend is not easy, and I don’t think Damon is going to be any exception to that rule. They had a full-on bromance, even though Damon was a complete asshole at times. Really, this was his only friend in the world. I think it’s going to be a little difficult for [Damon] to let anyone in. He’s at that stage now where he’s all ‘PFFT, you guys are a bunch of IDIOTS. I was right, this is bullshit.’ Seriously. I think it might take him a little while.”
Continuing her press rounds, Candice Accola chatted with the Huffington Post about Tyler, Klaus, Stefan and more, but also dropped this tidbit about tonight’s episode, Break On Through:
“Caroline and Alaric really haven’t had that many scenes together, and the scenes that they do have together have always been within a plan, as they both help out in the bigger scheme of things,” Accola told HuffPost TV. “We’ll finally see them talk one-on-one at this point, and we’ll see if that goes well or if it doesn’t.”