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Posted by | February 28, 2014, 14:23 (MST) | No Comments
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  • Nina Dobrev posted this photo with NASCAR star Jeff Gordon from the Daytona 500.
  • David Anders has been cast in iZombie, a new CW pilot from Veronica Mars scribes Rob Thomas & Diane Ruggiero. Anders will play the show’s bad guy, Blaine. [Deadline]
  • Ian Somerhalder announced that his IS Foundation is launching a grant program to help animals in need of urgent medical care. [RYOT.org]
  • Ian will also be the Celebrity Monarch at the 20th Mystic Krewe of Mardi Paws event in Mandeville, Louisiana on March 9th. [Nola.com]
  • Steven R. McQueen attended the Abercrombie & Fitch Making of a Star Spring Campaign Party. Just Jared Jr has photos. [JustJaredJr]
  • Entertainment Weekly talked to Malese Jow about her role on Star-Crossed. [EW]
  • Sean Faris, who played Ben back in Season 1 of TVD, has been cast on the new spinoff, Supernatural: Tribes. He’ll play a werewolf named Julian, joining Nathaniel Buzolic, who was announced as one of the show’s leads last week. [Deadline]
  • Also joining Buzolic & Faris on Supernatural: Tribes will be Stephen Martines, who played Frederick on TVD. [Deadline]
  • CelebTV talked to Kat Graham & Kelly Hu about their favorite hair and makeup looks. [CelebTV]

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Posted by | February 21, 2014, 14:12 (MST) | No Comments
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This week we need to start on a sad note: Our condolences are with the Vampire Diaries cast and crew on the loss of one of their crew members this week.

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  • Ian Somerhalder shared this photo of his dog, Nietzsche, with his followers. [Instagram]
  • Nathaniel Buzolic has been cast as one of the leads in the new Supernatural spinoff, Supernatural: Tribes. Buzolic will play David, a shapeshifter, in the Chicago-set spinoff. [Deadline]
  • Persia White has a new single out, “Silent Heart,” and you can buy it on iTunes. [iTunes]
  • Kat Graham looked great in white at the Makeup Artists & Hair Stylists Awards in Hollywood. [Daily Mail]
  • Mia Kirshner, our own Isobel, will present at the Canadian Screen Awards, which will broadcast on CBC. [CTV News]
  • Sara Canning (Jenna) & Dillon Casey’s (Noah) new show, Remedy, debuts Monday on the Global channel in Canada. It also features the world’s greatest dad, Keith Mars. [Calgary Herald]
  • You can stream the pilot for Star-Crossed, featuring Malese Jow (Anna) & Susan Walters (Carol Lockwood). [The CW]
  • Phoebe Tonkin is on the cover of the Australian fashion magazine, Shop Til You Drop. [Twitter]

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Posted by | February 14, 2014, 16:03 (MST) | 9 Comments
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  • Nina Dobrev shared the above photo while doing a photoshoot with The Following‘s Shawn Ashmore. You’ll always be Iceman to me, Shawn!
  • Kat Graham talked to Billboard about the direction of her music career at the Heart’s Truth Red Dress Show. [Billboard]
  • Joseph Morgan’s Armistice, which hit VOD recently, will be released on DVD on March 11th. [Dread Central]
  • Lifetime has ordered David Alpay’s dystopian pilot, The Lottery, to series. [Deadline]
  • Celebrity photographer Angelo Kritikos talked to the Huffington Post about his favorite portraits, including Ian Somerhalder. [HuffPo]
  • Kat Graham shared a few stories from her trip to Jordan with UNHCR. [UNRefugees.org]

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Posted by | February 7, 2014, 14:13 (MST) | 1 Comment
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  • Paul Wesley loves Daniel Gillies as much as we do. [Twitter]
  • Ian Somerhalder will be the co-grand marshal of the largest Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans. Entertainment Weekly has a look at the TVD beads he’ll be handing out. [EW]
  • Nina Dobrev looked sporty and adorable at the DirectTV Celebrity Beach Bowl last weekend. [E! Online]
  • The TVD love triangle is included in E! Online’s TV Love Triangle Poll for Valentine’s Day. Winner gets bragging rights? [E! Online]
  • Steven R. McQueen is modeling in Abercrombie & Fitch’s Spring Campaign. [E! Online]
  • Valentine’s Day ISF t-shirts are up for sale over at The Vanity Project. [thevanityproject.org]
  • Lauren Cohan will voice a character on the FX series, Archer. [TV Fanatic]
  • Joseph Morgan talked to Fear Net about his horror film, Armistice. [Fearnet.com]
  • Leah Pipes talked to US Weekly about her recent engagement. Congrats to Leah & AJ!  [US Weekly]
  • Daniella Pineda has lined up her next role, a series regular on the upcoming NBC series, Odyssey. [Zap2It]
  • Kat Graham walked the runway as part of The Red Dress Collection at New York Fashion Week to raise awareness of heart disease. [USA Today]
  • According to Variety, Phoebe Tonkin is “in talks” to co-star in the movie thriller, Take Down, with Jeremy Sumpter. I’ve got my eye on you, JD McCoy. [Variety]
  • The CW has a video interview with Malese Jow about her new show, Star Crossed, and her character, Julia. [YouTube]

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Posted by | January 31, 2014, 13:18 (MST) | No Comments
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  • Nina Dobrev shared this adorable photo of herself and Candice Accola during the recent Atlanta snow. [Instagram]
  • Ian Somerhalder is included in a VH1 photo gallery of hot guys holding puppies. [VH1]
  • Malese Jow will appear in an upcoming episode of Castle. [TV Line]
  • Rick Cosnett (Dr. Maxfield) has landed a job on the pilot of The Flash. The pilot is a spinoff of the existing CW show, Arrow. [Deadline]
  • Joseph Morgan talked to Dread Central about his horror film, Armistice. [Dread Central]
  • Joseph also talked to Cambio about Armistice. [Cambio]
  • Cast photos of Star-Crossed, costarring Malese Jow, have been released. The show, a sci-fi romance, premieres on the CW on February 17th. [KSite TV]
  • Kat Graham talked to E! about wedding planning. [E! Online]
  • CelebTV on the CW did a segment on Danielle Campbell and her feature in Bello Magazine. [CelebTV]
  • Paul Wesley’s film, Before I Disappear, will premiere at SXSW. [THR]

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Posted by | January 24, 2014, 10:07 (MST) | 3 Comments
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The Vampire Diaries: 500 Years of Solitude (EP511) Post-Mortems with Julie PlecOKAY? OKAY. If you’re jonesing for some insight and teases following last night’s epic 100th episode, behold! A list! Julie Plec talks about what went down in the 100th episode, how those events could reverberate throughout the rest of Season 5, and more.

OODLES OF SPOILERS AT THESE LINKS! Beware if you haven’t watched last night’s episode yet. But here’s a non-spoilery comment from Julie’s Q&A with The Hollywood Reporter:

We have a lot of stories to tell, which is the good news, so there doesn’t need to be an ultimate end date. I think we will keep going as long as we have good stories to tell and as long as people who work on the show want to stay with us and tell us good stories. When the stories start disintegrating into those pitches that we swore we’d never get to unless we were desperate, then we’ll try to wrap it up. But those decisions come with a lot of people’s input — a lot of people’s opinions so we shall see.

 
And here are a few leftover links TVD100 links from yesterday. First up, a must-read piece at Entertainment Weekly about TVD Writer’s Room debates, big and small:

The cure was something Plec and Williamson thought up before they even wrote one word of the series. When the decision was made to turn Elena, they knew they needed to be able to cure her. But four years later, they weren’t so sure she was the one they wanted to cure anymore. “When Kevin and I first started talking about it it was Elena, of course. And then it was Jose Molina, who was our writer during season 4 who said, ‘But if you start the season searching for a cure for Elena and then you end the season and you cure her, then isn’t that kind of a buzz kill because you accomplished the exact thing you set out to do and don’t you just generally want to twist that?’”

 

 

Posted by | January 23, 2014, 12:38 (MST) | 2 Comments
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Kat Graham as BonnieMore hints and cast reflections on TVD’s 100th episode. From what Kat Graham tells Zap2it, we’re in for something special.

“I definitely think the fans are going to lose their minds,” Graham tells Zap2it. “I think the fans are going to be in ecstasy when they watch it, and I don’t think I’ve ever used that word. There are some things that happen in the 100th episode that are going to make a couple people stand on their couches and scream at their TV, ‘Yes, yes, yes!’ That’s how I’ll explain the 100th episode. I’m like, ‘We’re doing what, they’re letting who do who? What, what?’ So it’s great. It’s exciting. It’s a celebration, definitely.”

Speaking of losing our minds, they spoke to Candice Accola, too.

“It’s interesting how their relationship built over the past couple of seasons, because it’s almost like she hated him so much that she didn’t know if she wanted to just grab him by the throat and throw him through a door, or just like kiss him,” Accola says. “I think that was the awesome tension that the fans really loved about their chemistry, because you just couldn’t tell — is she gonna smack him or throw her arms around him?”

Zap2it also spoke with Nathaniel Buzolic and Michael Trevino. Looks like Kol fans aren’t the only ones who’d like to see a certain Original revive and return to Mystic Falls:

“I’d love to come back,” Buzolic says. “If the opportunity to come back did present itself, I’d jump at it.”

Michael Trevino wouldn’t say specifically whether or not Tyler will make it back for the episode, but he does offer hope to all the fans who are crossing their fingers for returning favorites:

“I’ve heard there might be some familiar faces in the 100th episode,” Trevino says. “I mean, that’s a milestone! You would try to incorporate as many people as you can. And as you know on ‘The Vampire Diaries,’ nobody’s really dead. People are ghosts, there’s flashbacks, so I wouldn’t be surprised if we saw people from the past.”

The Hollywood Reporter spoke with a whole bunch of people, including Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder, Paul Wesley, Kevin Williamson, and Julie Plec, about the early days of the show and reaching this milestone:

WILLIAMSON: I had been telling Julie that I wanted to do 24. If we do a slow, melodramatic soap opera about vampires, it’s going to be boring. The audience is going to be jumping ahead so fast. They’re texting while they’re watching your TV show. You’ve got to give them a twist, a turn. The end of season one was a shining moment, when Katherine showed up and cut off Uncle John Gilbert’s fingers. My dad called up afterward and said, “That might be the best damn cliff-hanger I’ve ever seen.”

They also talked to Julie about 7 Things That Almost Changed the Series:

“No disrespect to Fell’s Church, but it felt very based in religion and spirituality, and we knew we didn’t want the show to be the kind of vampire show that’s just about heaven and hell and demons and the devil and God — that kind of thing,” Plec says. Interestingly, there was no story behind the name Mystic Falls: “We changed the name of the town arbitrarily.”

E!Online spoke with Julie about the saddest death, biggest twist, and more.

“Oh my god. For me, personally and on the show emotionally, it’s Alaric. Matt [Davis] is one of my favorites and it was really sad to see him go. It was really emotional for everyone to shoot as well because it felt like they were all standing there in that cemetery saying goodbye to him. It’s something no one really wanted to do, no one wanted to say goodbye to Alaric. It was right for the story, right for the character, and that one is always going to hurt my heart a little bit. But I love all my deaths equally.”

Last but not least, Buzzfeed lists their take on TVD’s 17 Most Shocking Moments.

Posted by | January 22, 2014, 15:48 (MST) | 1 Comment
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Tomorrow’s the big day: the 100th episode of The Vampire Diaries, 500 Years of Solitude (EP511). Let’s kick off with a “Thank You TVD Fans!” video from the cast, shall we?

No, guys – thank you.

TV Line has this epic look back at favorite moments from the first 99 episodes of The Vampire Diaries, featuring the show’s cast, guest stars, and producers. Beware: You will shed a tear or two while flipping through this gallery. Here’s what Kat Graham has to say about hitting 100 eps:

“I didn’t think I was going to make it past the pilot. I thought I would have been recast or something. I had shot five pilots before The Vampire Diaries and not one of them got picked up. So a 100th episode is, like, not real to me. It’s a beautiful, humbling experience, but I still can’t believe I’ve been on it this long. It’s great.”

 
So what can we expect from the epic 100th episode, anyway? Executive producers Julie Plec and Caroline Dries gives some hints to Zap2It:

In addition to Katherine’s mortality drama, Dries emphasizes that the episode is for the fans in a lot of ways. “We for sure wanted it to be nostalgic. We wanted to make it for the fans who have been with the show from the beginning,” Dries tells us. “So they’ll get the references, specific scenes, and lines that we put in there as a love letter to the fans. It’s to show them how much we appreciate them. But it will be shocking and fun, also.”

 
Zap2It also has a heart-tugging thank you to fans courtesy of Matt Davis, whose Alaric Saltzman is still sorely missed:

When Zap2it caught up with Davis down in Atlanta during “The Vampire Diaries” 100th episode wrap party, he had a message for those dedicated fans. “I’d like to say to the fans, thank you. I love you. Alaric loves all of them,” Davis says with a smile. “It’s been this really wonderful experience for me as an actor to connect with the fans who have been so responsive to a character that I’ve been playing. Whenever Alaric comes back, whether he does or doesn’t in the future, it’s always fun for me because I know it’s a chance for me to reconnect with the fans who have been so generous and gracious.”

 
E!Online caught up with Ian Somerhalder to discuss his favorite TVD scene and the site reflects on Damon’s repertoire of killer one-liners (interview video at the link!):

So it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that Somerhalder’s favorite scene comes from The Vampire Diaries’ earlier run of episodes. “My favorite scene was Damon turning Vicki into a vampire and they’re dancing all around. It’s also never bad having Kayla Ewell in her underwear,” he spills.

 
And Nina Dobrev also sits down with E!Online to talk about the Stefan-Elena-Damon love triangle and to tease tomorrow night’s episode:

Thursday marks the 100th episode of the five-year-old, fan favorite series, and Dobrev teases that it’s “an episode that will not be forgotten.” “It makes a big splash,” she teases, “and it has a huge impact on the show and all the characters. And [for] me, because I’m weird and strange and I like all the quirky, strange, awkward things, I loved filming it because I got to do some really weird, strange things myself and experience things and it was really fun to shoot.”

 

Posted by | January 20, 2014, 17:17 (MST) | 1 Comment
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TVD100: Cast & Guest Stars Look Back at Their Favorite MomentsThe week has finally arrived! The 100th episode of The Vampire Diaries, 500 Years of Solitude (EP511) airs this Thursday, January 23rd at 8/7, and the cast and current and late, lamented guest stars are chiming in on their favorite moments from the first 100 episodes of the show.

First up, TV Guide get Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley to talk about their favorite scenes from the first 100 episodes of TVD:

FAVORITE FLASHBACK ERA
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Somerhalder: I kind of got [cheated] out of the ’20s, I would’ve loved that, but 1864 when Stefan and Damon were running around playing football just being young and happy and full of vitality and life it was good.
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Wesley:
I really liked the ’20s, but I also like the Civil War time. I thought that was really cool.

 
E!Online has a handful of fun videos featuring the cast’s reminiscing on early episodes and teasing this week’s milestone:

CLICK TO SEE MORE TVD100 GOODNESS.

Posted by | January 17, 2014, 19:26 (MST) | 210 Comments
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The CW has released a webclip for the 100th episode of The Vampire Diaries, 500 Years of Solitude (EP511), which will air on Thursday, January 23rd.

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