True Blood Spills Out Season Four Premiere Description! via ugo.com
Is your True Blood pumping for season four? We know how much waiting sucks, so how about a little spill to tide you over until the June 26th premiere?
SpoilerTV with a bit of digging managed to uncover the official description for episode 37, that is to say True Blood’s fourth season premiere “She’s Not There”! See for yourself:
“Sheʼs Not There”: Sookie journeys away from Bon Temps; Eric and Bill try to win back the human public; Jason learns that no good deed goes unpunished; Tara finds refuge in close quarters; Sam bonds with his own; Hoyt and Jessica debate the dinner menu; Jesus urges Lafayette to join a coven; Terry tries to alleviate Arleneʼs fears about the baby. (Written by Alexander Woo; directed by Michael Lehmann.)”
As the episode’s title suggests, Sookie (Anna Paquin) seems to still be in “Fairyland” while Bill and Eric deal with the fallout from King Russell Edgington’s actions last season. But what of Bill’s battle with Queen Sophie-Anne (Evan Rachel Wood)?
Meanwhile Jason settles into his role as the caretaker of Hotshot, but as we’ve already seen, gets into a hairy situation of his own. And it’s a good thing Sam will be “bonding with his own,” considering the position we last saw him in firing a gun at his own brother! And what’s this about Hoyt and Jessica debating the dinner menu? They don’t eat the same things…or do they?
Guest stars for the coming season will include the lovely wife of Brandon Routh, Courtney Ford (Dexter) as Detective Andy Bellefleur’s lawyer sister Portia, Fiona Shaw (Harry Potter‘s Petunia Dursely) as the season’s witchy fortune-teller and member of Jesus’ coven Marnie, Office Space‘s Gary Cole and possibly even the return of Denis O’Hare as King Russell Edgington.
I really don’t like the idea of Lafayette as a witch. And I’m curious to see how Russell’s going to get out of the cement but granted Eric got out so why not…
Joe Manganiello: Sugar Factory with Audra Marie via JustJared
The 34-year-old True Blood hunk and his sweetheart tasted fried chicken and waffles and enjoyed a red velvet ice cream sundae and milkshakes for dessert!
After dinner, Joe picked up Black Onyx and piña colada Couture Pops from the adjoining retail store.
Maybe not the best picture of his sweetie…but do we really care about that??
Vote for your Favorite VILF via the fancarpet.com
HBO launches a controversial new ‘VILF’ website ahead of the May 23rd DVD and Blu-ray release of season three.
The website www.vilf.co.uk encourages fans to vote for their sexiest vampire character from the show whilst being in with a chance to win fangtastic prizes.
Inspiration for the site has been drawn from the sexiest and most addictive series’ cast of characters who fans have dubbed VILFs (Vampire I’d Like to…), proving MILFs and DILFs are so 2010.
Fangbangers across the UK can now vote for their favourite blood-suckers, whether it’s the smouldering stare and whispy voice of Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer), piercing blue eyes/blonde hair and sexy muscles of Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgård), the fiery, unrestrained redhead Jessica Hamby (Deborah Ann Woll) or the alluring yet ruthless Pam De Beaufort (Kristin Bauer). In addition to the poll, fans will be able to ‘VILF themselves’ with a ‘Get Vamped’ photo editing app and purchase exclusive sexy VILF clothing that will be available to buy on the www.HBOuk.com online shop.
Who would you vote for?? I think everyone knows my vote….Eric much?? And so far he’s winning with 65% the vote!!
Alexander Skarsgard cast in What Maisie Knew via cinemablend
Alexander Skarsgard, handsome Swedish star of HBO’s hit vampire drama True Blood, will sink his teeth into a feature film role opposite Julianne Moore and Steve Coogan.
The actor has joined the cast of What Maisie Knew, a comedy drama from co-directors Scott McGehee and David Siegel that centers on a six-year-old girl and the effect her parents’ divorce has on her already fragile existence. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Moore and Coogan play Maisie’s divorcing parents, while Skarsgard will appear as Moore’s new husband.
When we tell you that the story fueling Maisie is timeless, we’re not exaggerating. McGehee and Siegel’s plot is being lifted from Henry James’ 1897 novel of the same name, though it is being updated to modern times and moved to Manhattan (where the production is expected to film later this year). Let’s just hope they find a fresh and innovative way to tackle the idea of the “dysfunctional family” comedy.
Speaking of later this year, Skarsgard has a number of interesting film projects in the pipeline that we’re expected to see as 2011 races along. He’s part of Lars Von Trier’s apocalyptic ensemble for the anticipated drama Melancholia (which plays Cannes later this week). And he’s one of the vicious rednecks terrorizing James Marsden and Kate Bosworth – Skarsgard’s off-screen girlfriend – in Rod Lurie’s Straw Dogs remake, expected in theaters in September.
It’s going to be getting awful expensive for me to get all my Alexander fixes..