Did you miss Joseph Morgan on E! News last night? Don’t worry, we’ve got his segment here. Joseph is clearly still having a blast being The Vampire Diaries‘ resident Big Bad, and he’s taking Klaus’ growing fame in stride – and with a smile. Thanks, Nina Dobrev Network, for sharing this clip!
The CW held a special screening of this Thursday’s episode of The Vampire Diaries, The End of the Affair, for reporters earlier today, wrapping with a Julie Plec Q&A. If you’re looking for more hints about what to expect in the next few episodes – The End of the Affair, Disturbing Behavior, The Reckoning – then click the spoiler-cut below for answers and hints via KSiteTV, Zap2It, and TV Guide.
Topics covered: Baaaaaad Stefan, Klaus’s plans, Elena’s denial, Damon’s wit, CAROLINE, new characters, familiar faces, Jeremy and ghosts, Bonnie’s return, the Originals (including Elijah), the Founder’s Council, MATTY, and lots of other stuff. We’ve chosen some select quotes, but visit all of the articles for lots more.
Just a few more hours, TVD fans! Here’s a little something to tide you over for the next few hours. The Insider has an exclusive webclip for tonight’s episode, check it out on their webpage! Looks like we really are going to need our hiking boots to keep up with Klaus and Stefan tonight.
Young Holllywood has an awesome video interview with Joseph Morgan. He gives Vampire Face 101, fesses up to a little reality TV and has his vampire knowledge tested.
The Insider also has a video interview with Joseph, where he has some ideas on who he’d like to see cast as the Original parents and how excited he is for the new season. He also has some things to say about his new movie Immortals, and the challenges of dressing in jeans.
“Wearing jeans and a t-shirt is weird for me,” he laughs. “I feel comfortable in britches and leather doublets. I keep telling [the Vampire Diaries writers] to put a horse into the flashbacks. I can ride very well … although I’m not sure how vampires and animals mix.” Then, without missing a beat, he jokes, “we could do vampire horses, maybe that’s the next step in Klaus’ plan!’
E!Online’s Watch With Kristin recently talked to Steven R. McQueen, Zach Roerig and Joseph Morgan about the new season. Watch their video interview below to find out about Jeremy and Matt’s new bromance and whether Zach thinks there’s hope for Matt and Caroline. Plus, get the scoop on whether you’ll be seeing him shirtless in his new movie, Immortals. READ THE WHOLE ARTICLE AT E!ONLINE.
We’ve got our first glimpse of the promised 1920s flashback, as well as many glimpses of Stefan and Klaus drinking, in a new set of stills released from this season’s third episode, The End of the Affair. Take a gander below at Stefan in a retro tux – you’re welcome – and then head over to KSite TV for the rest of the images.
UPDATE: Have added HQ stills, courtesy of Vampire Diaries Web!
Look! It’s another clip of Joseph Morgan! This time The Hollywood Reporter has the goods, and the goods are great. Will we meet more Originals? How about flashbacks? Should Stefan fans be getting nervous about his journey this season? Joseph has answers to all these questions and more in this video interview.
Today is awesome! We’ve got another Joseph Morgan video for you, this time from Hollywood Crush. They spoke with the actor about Klaus and his humanity (or lack thereof) and Joseph also had some things to say about bringing his all to the role and really doing it justice. You won’t hear any complaints around this site! Take a look at the video below to hear it all from the Original source.
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In case you weren’t able to crawl out of bed in time or just missed the livestream, Joseph Morgan was on KTLA Morning News this morning chatting up tonight’s season premiere of The Vampire Diaries. Thanks to Zap2It, there’s finally video!
We’ve got two juicy interviews with Julie Plec from TV Addict and TVLine to share, covering a whole range of topics and teasers for Season 3. Klaus and Stefan, Damon and Elena, Jeremy and the Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, Alaric and the Mystic Grill bar… there’s stuff in these interviews that will be interesting to everyone.
Can you talk about the relationship that has come about with Klaus and Stefan? Will it always be the puppet-master and puppet, or will their relationship evolve into something different?
JULIE: I think if you look back at the scenes between Klaus and Elijah, you’ll get a sense of that dynamic with Elijah of course being the older brother to Klaus, but also being in his own way strangely controlling and deferential at the same time. I’m going to be looking forward to seeing Klaus and Stefan’s relationship have an evolution that is not just, ‘I’m evil and you’re my minion.’ I think we can have some more fun with that. So I’m hoping that the audience connects to Klaus and Stefan as an unlikely duo.
TVLINE | Between Jack Coleman and Sebastian Roche coming on, there are a lot of new adults on the show. Is the Founders Council going to be playing a bigger role in the new season?
Yeah. The Founders Council, in their own sad, tragic, ineffective way, is still very much a part of our world. Between Caroline and Tyler’s relationship and what Mayor Lockwood and Sheriff Forbes have to say about it and then, ultimately, with the returning element of a member of the town coming in [via] Jack Coleman… Even Alaric’s saying, “Well, hang on a second. Who’s the advocate over here for the not supernatural people?” Alaric’s role is to kick the council in the ass a little bit and say, “You guys are falling asleep on the watch and somebody needs to stand in here and make sure that the humans are protected in this town.”