NEW FULL LENGTH TRUE BLOOD SEASON 4 TRAILER
In this revealing trailer for Season 4 of HBO’s True Blood we have what seems to be a public service announcement from hunky vampire Sheriff of Area 5, Eric Northman. It is obvious this announcement was aired for damage control in the aftermath of psychotic vampire king of Mississippi, Russell Edgington, who went ballistic on national TV and killed a newscaster in a hilarious, yet horrific style.
Take a look…
RYAN KWANTEN ATTENDS HUGO BOSS CELEBRATION
The Hugo Boss celebration, held to honor the Young Collectors Council of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, was filled with gorgeous men. One of them happened to be the Australian hunk Ryan Kwanten, also known as Jason Stackhouse on the hit vampire show True Blood.
Very dapper. Love the shoes! via
ANNA PAQUIN DISHES ON STEPHEN MOYER AND STAYING ENERGIZED IN HEALTH MAGAZINE
Q: You started out acting and got an Oscar for The Piano at such a young age. How did you turn out so, well, sane?
A: I have a really, really, really normal family. And by normal I mean we’re all nuts on some level. I think you’ve gotta be a little nuts to pursue any kind of creative job. I was also a really good kid. I know that sounds really dull, but I didn’t rebel in the traditional sense.
Q: In what areas of your life are you healthiest—and less so?
A: Well, I could probably drink less coffee and drink more water. I try to eat well, but sometimes you can be a little too obsessive. It’s good to remember it’s actually not the be-all and end-all, and if you’re absolutely falling down with exhaustion, really, do you need to go to the gym? I’m very hard on myself. So I’ll be inclined to go until I hit a wall and collapse, or someone is like, “Mmm, stop.” Contrary to what you believe, you are not actually superhuman.
Read the rest of Anna Paquin’s interview here.
AN INTERVIEW WITH CARRIE PRESTON
Like the ads say, the waiting has sucked, but now season four of ‘True Blood’ is coming up fast.
Carrie Preston: It sure is. It doesn’t feel fast to us because we’ve been working on it since November, but, yeah, all of a sudden it’s almost here.
Why do I have the feeling that Arlene’s life is going to be even more complicated this season?
Carrie Preston: Well, your instincts are right, but when is it not complicated on ‘True Blood’?
When does season four pick up in terms of where season three left off? Is there a time jump?
Carrie Preston: We’re not allowed to talk about that, but I will say that the problems Arlene was having when we left her have only gotten bigger. She had just unsuccessfully tried to find a way to let the baby go using some witchcraft which was a pretty drastic choice on her part, but Arlene felt like she needed to address the problem. It’s that the sins of the father might be visited upon this child that’s inside of her. Things are pretty black and white with Arlene and in her mind she’s carrying an evil baby. So when that didn’t work it really did make things even more complicated for her, and frankly, scary for her.
Read the rest of Carrie Preston’s interview here.