Thanks to Denise for these scans from the May 6th issue of TV Guide Magazine. The magazine has not one, but two Vampire Diaries features for the final two episodes of the series. The first one is all about “Isobel”, and the second delves into the season finale, “Founder’s Day”. Click on the images to get to the readable versions in our gallery. Also, beware of spoilers in these articles.
The April 19th issue of TV Guide Magazine features a full-page interview with Katerina Graham. The piece touches on the choices Bonnie will have to make (and includes cool quotes from Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson) and Kat’s career. Take heart, Bonnie Bennett fans – your favorite witch returns in episode 19, Miss Mystic Falls. Thanks to Denise for the scan – and we agree about the “bewitching” photo!
Thanks to the ever-vigilant Denise for this scan – a preview of Miss Mystic Falls in the April 12-18 issue of TV Guide Magazine. Candice Accola gives some behind-the-scenes scoop on the ep, including pageant tips from Susan Walters (Mrs. Lockwood) and the promise that bad things will happen (as always). And we have a peek at a new episode still, too. Miss Mystic Falls airs April 22nd. Click the image to see a bigger version in the Gallery.
Many thanks to Denise for sending us this scan. David Anders talks to TV Guide Magazine about playing villains, and throws in some juicy tidbits about Jonathan Gilbert in the Vampire Diaries while he’s at it. As if Mystic Falls wasn’t interesting enough already… someone must have cursed the town to live in interesting times. ;)
The new issue of TV Guide Magazine highlights Vampire Diaries’ mid-season return; thanks to Denise (as always!) for the scan. WARNING: William Keck drops a MAJOR spoiler from A Few Good Men, which we’ve spoiler-blocked in the scan. We’ve posted the un-blocked version in the Gallery (because it’s out there in print) but if you want something to be a surprise..?
The official Vampire Diaries book site is running a contest in which you can win t-shirts and signed books as part of a prize pack. Head on over and read the rules to find out more about the prize packs and the conditions of entry (and yes, it’s only open to fans in the USA – sorry guys!). Thanks to Nilly for the heads up!
Thanks to Denise for the heads up on TV Guide Magazine’s interviews with Paul Wesley, Ian Somerhalder, and Nina Dobrev at this weekend’s Hot Topic event in Los Angeles. They talk about what’s on everyone’s mind after the events of Fool Me Once and, now that we have Season 2 to look forward to, the possibilities are nearly endless.
So without the steadfast mission to find his one-time love, what will Damon resort to next? “Damon having idle time, not having a mission, is a very, very problematic situation…I think there are more shenanigans [to come].” And when Damon is up to no good, his Salvatore brother is sure to follow.
We’ve been thinking about a “Damon without purpose” scenario since the last episode aired, and it scares the crap out of us…in the best possible way.
Dobrev is holding out hope for Elena and Stefan, but admits here will always be outside factors toying with the strength of their relationship, which means anything can happen. “I think his presence always has an effect on their relationship, even if he doesn’t do anything. Even his existence complicates both their lives, so we’ll just have to wait and see,” said Dobrev.
Like having Damon show up unannounced in the bedroom. Boundaries, dude. BOUNDARIES.
“One of my favorite things about the show is the flashbacks,” said Wesley. “There’s still so much to cover, like what happened? We’re still at just the tip of the iceberg. There’s so much for us to explore with 1864, but what did they do in 1910? What about 1950? It’s amazing how much we can explore.”
Yeah, the flashbacks are our favorite too, Paul. We want to see Stefan and Damon in 1977. Just sayin’.
TV Guide Magazine has a nice feature on Vampire Diaries’ upcoming flashback episode, Children of the Damned, in their February 1-7 issue, complete with some new photos of Nina Dobrev as Katherine and special guest star James Remar (with Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder). Click the image to see a bigger, readable version in the Gallery, and consider this a warning for some mild spoilers, courtesy of Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson. Thanks to Denise for the scan!
Yesterday we saw the cover, and now today we have scans of the TV Guide Magazine interview in that same issue, thanks to the lovely Denise.
We particularly like this quote from the article:
It’s Team Damon versus Team Stefan! Whom do you think fans want Elena to be with?
Wesley: I’m president of the Team Damon fan club. I have a Facebook page as 13-year-old Ashley, who subtly manipulates people into hating Damon.
Somerhalder: [Laughter] So that’s why you yell at me to go away when I knock on your door!
You can also read the main interview over on TV Guide Magazine if scans aren’t your thing.
Katerina Graham had a chat with the Associated Press, and you can see what she has to say about the show and Damon in the video. There’s also a teeny extra road trip snippet at the end.
Two days left, and we’re delighted to find that Ian, Nina and Paul are on the cover of not one, but two magazines today – TV Guide Magazine and NYLON.
The NYLON website has a few snippets from their February 2010 feature of the Vampire Diaries, and also a few pictures from the photoshoot.
Finally, fans in Spain can mark their calendars for the premiere of the show: February 11 on the TNT channel. (Thanks, @matx88!)