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Night 9

Your favorite Eric/Bill moment (via @xXItsCoZmicXx)

::TrueBlood Challenge::<br />:::Day 09- Your favorite Eric/Bill moment:::<br />Too hilarious  

Too hilarious

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My missing post (via @LuvBONESnTBlood)

I tried all day yesterday to post and finally I just was able to post yesterday’s and then to see my Saturday post never made it through…I am no longer posting late at night! Here was Sat’s post and I will post today’s later. Sometimes it can be so frustrating!

I’m waiting to see if Roman finds himself attracted to Sookie. It seems all men that meet her do. Or will he be too busy dealing with Eric and Bill to care?

Sookie:  I feel better protecting myself, now that I know I am basically vampire crack!

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Late Hiatus Support Group Meeting (via @TBconfid)

Let’s give Ryan some love, his movie Not Suitable for Children looks to be good. This is from the movie’s Facebook page- Opening Night at Sydney Film Festival is already SOLD OUT! However, tickets are now on sale for a second and last SFF screening of the film on Saturday the 9th of June…
The webseries “Jan” with Stephen Moyer has the behind the scenes videos up as well as new episodes.  You can watch them all HERE
I saw this Savoy ad last night while in my insomniac rattlings, just remembered it now.
                      Thanks to Lensinthesky for tweeting this pic, in in NYC Times Square. 
Skarsgardfans has this pic from the summer issue of Bullet Magazine, they tweeted it.
There are many more photos on twitter, tumblr and blogs from New Orleans of the filming last night. Thanks to all the fans who have spread the joy, I am still so happy to see Denis back as Russell. If you see your photo I will credit you if you let me know, this one for instance is from Tumblr and was reblogged from  Melinnis. Swedish Meatballs on Tumblr has more.
I thought this was a joke but peeps are saying it’s scripted (?).

Source Wanda is my new hero, wait all of you are for sharing on twitter.

Above is from Mac, what the hell is going on, several photos (some posted yesterday) show them all fanged out and where is Pam?

Issue 4 of the ongoing comics is available to pre-order at HBOAlan Ball’s hit HBO series continues its ongoing comic tale. Learn what happened to your favorite characters on the night vampires revealed their existence to the world, with this issue focusing on ALCIDE! Co-Written by Michael McMillian, “Steve Newlin” from the show, with fan-favorite Ann Nocenti (Daredevil, Green Arrow)! Series features covers by Tim Bradstreet (The Punisher)!
Canada’s Fashion Magazine has the Anna Paquin article up, here’s a tidbit.
You can learn a lot about an actress by the way she steps on set for a photo shoot. Some stars require the armour of an entourage; others need a personality-devoid space and monastic silence. Anna Paquin is unquestionably neither of the above. Upon arriving at L.A.’s Smashbox Studios on a scalding Saturday afternoon, the Winnipeg-born, New Zealand-raised actress introduces herself to the FASHION crew without hesitation. Serving up a warm, Kiwi-accented “Nice to meet you” to photographer James White—and his troop of all-guy assistants crushing on her—the 29-year-old talent does the rounds as if she were hosting a cocktail party.
“At the end of last season, Sookie told all those dudes to back off because she needed to be by herself,” Paquin says. “She’s trying very hard to stay true to that goal of independence, of not being his or his or his…and she’s trying to figure out her own life on her own terms without anyone there to catch her every time she falls. Things will be especially complicated with her and Alcide, since Sookie just shot the head off the former love of his life!”
Apart from the gunslinging and the ultra-steamy love triangles, Paquin says she does make parallels between her own life and Sookie’s so that her performances remain fresh. “There have always been aspects of her that I connect to, empathize with and understand—that’s the only way I can approach my job,” she says. “You have to find a common ground with any character. I spend a lot of time with scripts, looking for my truth.”
Another way Paquin conjures up her True Blood protagonist is by exploring HBO’s vast wardrobe department. “For me, costume is a great key to the character,” Paquin says. “What you wear is a pretty big reflection of your personality. Part of True Blood is told through Sookie’s clothes.”

Godric (via @EricNorthmanSVM)

True Blood 30-Night Fangathon - Day 9<br />Godric<br />Many think of Godric as a sweet Buddhist vampire but he was actually a real baddass. In seconds, he ripped out the throats of Eric’s companions and you know, if they were hanging out with Eric, they weren’t too shabby in the warrior department themselves.<br />I wish we could learn more about Godric’s backstory. I’m sure he had a rich and fascinating history before he even met the Viking.<br />

Many think of Godric as a sweet Buddhist vampire but he was actually a real baddass. In seconds, he ripped out the throats of Eric’s companions and you know, if they were hanging out with Eric, they weren’t too shabby in the warrior department themselves.

I wish we could learn more about Godric’s backstory. I’m sure he had a rich and fascinating history before he even met the Viking.

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5. Nan Flanagan – ‘I have proof. Scientific. People are far dumber than they realise’ & ‘What have you gone and fucked up now?’

4. Lafayette Reynolds – ‘I mean, if she talked any more shit she’d be shaped like a toilet’ & ‘ I know every man, whether straight, gay or George mother-fucking Bush is terrified of the pussy.’

3. Pamela Swynford de Beaufort – ‘Do not tell me you put our entire species at risk for a gash in a sundress?’ & ‘Blah, blah… vampire emergency. Blah.’

2. Godric – ‘I am actually older than your Jesus. I wish I could have known him, but I missed it.’ & ‘A human with me at the end and human tears. Two-thousand years… and I can still be surprised. In this I see God.’

1. Eric Northman – Everyone who claims to love you: your friends, your brother, even Bill Compton; they all gave up on you. I never did.’ & ‘Oh come on, Pam. They’re funny. They’re like humans, but miniature. Teacup humans.’


True Blood Vampires Filming On Location New Orleans Part 2 (via @vs4as)

True Blood was filming in New Orleans late last night! Lucky fans were able to get some great photos with the cast and also some of the rehearsals. The photo above shows Denis O’Hare, Stephen Moyer and Alexander Skarsgard with a lucky fan!! (Carolyn Hennesy, Michael McMillian, Peter Mensah and Lucy Griffiths were aslo seen in some of the photos) The image above is from melinnis.  SOURCE

It also look like Eric is helping Bill!? He is seen carrying Bill Compton on his back.


Here’s another angle on the “vamp piggy-back ride”:
heres this one again but larger :) on Twitpic
Eric Northman, Viking Vampire to the rescue! Season 5 looks like it has a lot of wild scenes for us. Even Denis O’Hare could not help tweeting how wild it was last night with the crowds watching them film. 

Another tweet:

Can’t wait to see what all is really going on in this scene! The gallery below contains some of the images: I’ve bee re-tweeting them as I find them.

This fan got Denis O’Hare looking quite fangy:

Photo Credit:!/DanSTL77

Alex as Eric Northman on Bourbon Street:

TrueBlood filming at bourbon & st Peter street. I saw Eric & Bill. Omfg. Whatever

This lucky and lovely young lady had her photo taken with “Eric’s sister” Nora: Lucy Grifftiths:

@vs4as with Eric’s sister on the set on Bourbon street! Got pics with newlin, Russell and new authority Texas vamp!

Again WAITING SUCKS!! So what do you think is going on in some of these photos?? UPDATE: this lucky fan met Alex and Michael M today while getting some coffee:

So I just met Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) & Steve (Michael McMillian) at Starbucks! @TrueBloodHBO

Love this one showing Carolyn as Rosalyn all fangy! Along with Denis O’Hare and Alexander Skarsgard:


more pix:

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Battleship is no True Blood: minor spoilers (via @mswriteok)

Hi ya’ll.
I was a movie critic for 15 years, and one of the best perks of all time is seeing movies for free, so today I availed myself of that and went to an 11:35 a.m. showing of “Battleship.”
What follows is a tiny bit of a review, but mostly just the thoughts that ran through my brain as the the story unfolded.
The movie opens with a story of how Earth finds a planet in another galaxy that is a whole lot like Earth. So of course, we build a satellite to send a message to them. Well, they answer and it’s not a friendly visit.
The one thing I thought would happen did. I won’t spoil it, but if you’ve watched the trailers, I’m betting you can figure it out without much arm twisting.
Of course, my absolute favorite part of the movie was seeing Alexander Skarsgard starring as Stone Hopper. It’s even a great soldier name.
He stars as a Navy commander who makes his brother Alex (the equally dishy Taylor Kitsch) join the Navy to keep him out of trouble.
Some time later, they are stationed on separate destroyers in Hawaii.
It’s time for war games with several allied countries and the movie really gets going when Alex and a Japanese naval officer get into a fight and the admiral (Liam Neesom) tells Stone his brother will be thrown out of the Navy as soon as the exercises are over. Stone travels to his brother’s ship to tell him in person.
Luckily for Alex, it’s about this time that radars worldwide light up with a group of objects heading right our our home sweet home. Yup, it’s ET come to visit, and they do not want to sit with you and me and watch “True Blood.” No, they are coming to look over their newest vacation property, planet Earth.
One ship crashes in the atmosphere, taking out a big hunk of Hong Kong and several other countries. The rest land in the Pacific Ocean right near Hawaii. When Alex and two other sailors take a small boat out to investigate the big metal thing sticking up out of the water, a simple touch causes it to light up and put a protective dome over a Japanese destroyer and two American ones — the ones with Stone and Alex on them, as well as the Hawaiian Island chain.
All communications inside the dome are cut off from the rest of the planet, so the rest of the ships in the war games only know there are three ships in the dome with Lord knows what from outer space.
The aliens turn out to have taken the reptilian path of evolution, unlike the mammals on Earth. The humans are outgunned and have a steep learning curve before they find a plan that works to fight the aliens.
Skarsgard, while showing no fangy goodness, did a good job of playing a serious, by-the-book soldier who loves his brother and will do almost anything to keep Alex out of trouble and most importantly out of jail.
Alex is in love with the admiral’s daughter Sam (Brooklyn Decker). They want to marry but she insists that Alex must ask her father for her hand in marriage. Stone thinks it’s funny and hopes the relationship will help his brother group up.
Skarsgard and Kitsch have great chemistry in their scenes together.
It’s interesting to see our Sheriff Eric in a more buttoned-down role, and best of all, we get to see him in the sunlight. A whole lot. In one scene, he’s wearing soccer gear and man, he has great legs.
Alex looks great both in dress whites and in the blue camouflage uniform, and if he ever needs a costume to wear on the “True Blood” set, say for Halloween, New Years Eve, Arbor Day, whatever, I think the Navy whites would be splendid.
If you want to know more about the movie, well, either go see it or ask me and I’ll tell you what you want to know. Otherwise, I’m not giving anything else away.

via Battleship is no True Blood: minor spoilers