If there's one thing we can't get enough off, it's season two "Vampire Diaries" scoops. In the last week alone, we've given you an exclusive sneak peek into Damon's reaction when he finds out it's not Elena he kissed, the dish on the werewolves that will descend upon the town and of course the confirmation that we were all waiting for — Elena (Nina Dobrev) and Katherine will meet.
The last one was a pretty big deal, especially because of the shroud of mystery surrounding the relationship between the two girls. After all, they do look exactly alike and we've all wondered why. So, when we chatted with show exec producer Kevin Williamson at Comic-Con, we decided to work our Hollywood Crush magic and get him to give us the goods on whether or not the truth would be revealed in season 2.
Last week's Comic-Con brought out not only the delightful and talented "True Blood" talent: Alan Ball, Joe Manganiello and Kristin Bauer, but also the woman behind it all, author Charlaine Harris.
When MTV News caught up with the charming and all-around adorable author at the Entertainment Weekly/SyFy party, we asked her how she had time to also inspire Alan's *other* show, "All Signs of Death."
(Note the surprise "cameo" by fabulous Denis O'Hare, who can be seen waiting patiently in the background of the video!)
There's plenty to look forward to in the final two installments of "The Twilight Saga," but while most of the attention being placed on "Breaking Dawn" parts one and two focuses on the birthing and imprinting scenes, there are plenty of other questions about the production of the film that need to be answered.
For instance: there are so many new vampires introduced in the second half of the book that Stephenie Meyer had to add an appendix to help keep them all straight.
The third season of "True Blood" has thrown some new villains at Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) including King Russell Edgington (Denis O'Hare) and Franklin Mott (James Frain), but let's not forget that there are some classic bad guys still out there lurking about the swamps of Bon Temps.
Take Reverend Steve Newlin, for example, the vampire-hating preacher played with expertise by Mike McMillian. MTV News spoke with the actor at Comic-Con this year while he was promoting his new comic book series "Lucid" from Archaia Press. During the interview, McMillian confirmed the news that "True Blood" fans have been hoping to hear: Reverend Steve is coming back!
"You have not seen the last of Reverend Steve," he told MTV. "That's probably all I can say!"
It's a good thing the "Vampire Diaries" wardrobe department isn't headed up by Matt Davis and Paul Wesley. If it were, the show's newest supernatural beings — werewolves, naturally — would look more cheesy than badass. At Comic-Con last weekend, MTV asked the guys what they think their co-star Michael Trevino will look like as a wolf. Let's just say their answer was less than serious.
"He's going to look like 'Teen Wolf,' like Michael J. Fox. You ever see that? He's going to be on the basketball team," Paul joked.
"His eyes are going to get big and he's going to spring a couple of chest hairs [insert bing bing noise here]," Matt said.
"Yeah, and, like, two little floppy ears," Paul added.
Yesterday, we gave you a delicious sneak peek into what's going to happen when Damon (Ian Somerhalder) finds out it wasn't Elena (Nina Dobrev) who he kissed in the season finale of "Vampire Diaries" (let's just say it won't be pretty!).
Of course, that was only the start (a pretty juicy one at that!) of our "VD" scoops straight out of Comic-Con 2010. After all, the finale left us with a lot of unanswered questions and high amongst them was whether or not Elena and Katherine would ever come face-to-face.
The Comic-Con "True Blood" interviews continue! First, Joe Manganiello told ushis fans want to be licked, then Kristin Bauer gave us a little more insight into Pam's backstory.
Today, we bring you news from "True Blood" mastermind and all-around TV/film genius, Alan Ball (and yes, he is as fabulous in person as you would want him to be!). During our chat he revealed he'd like to get as many non-humans into the show as possible, as well as a few juicy season 3 and 4 teasers.
When we last left "Vampire Diaries," (you know...sitting at the edge of our seats, biting our nails off...) Damon (Ian Somerhalder) had just kissed "Elena," (Nina Dobrev) who turned out to be Katherine, who then went on a killing spree right as the real Elena walked through the door. Whew!
That was months ago, and since then we've been obsessing over one big question — did Damon know it was Katherine (he did have that slightly perplexed look on his face) and if not, would he find out?
Continuing with our juicy "True Blood" interviews from Comic-Con (yesterday we highlighted fans who want Joe Manganiello to lick them), we present you with this intriguing tidbit from Kristin Bauer (aka saucy fan-favorite, Pam), who, hints at a few things we’ll learn about her backstory by the end of the season, as well as a fun extra she did for the Season 2 Blue-Ray.
When asked how much of Pam’s backstory she is familiar with, Kristin said she learns a little more each season, along with fans. “For the first two seasons [Alexander Skarsgard] and I kept asking about our relationship, who we are, who Pam is, and then for the Season 2 Blue-Ray, I did 34 pages of Pam’s viewpoints, so Pam can pop up — I hope it is wonderful and not annoying — but it was really fascinating to find out when she was turned, what her life was like,” she said.
Blake Lively is mostly known for playing a nice girl. In next year's "Green Lantern," she gets to play a badass fighter pilot, but she's still one of the good guys. However, later in the comic book series, her character turns to the dark side. At Comic-Con this weekend, MTV News asked Blake if she was ready for her good girl character to go bad.
"Oh my gosh, I would love to," she quickly replied. "To get to beat [Ryan Reynolds' character] up? Best day ever!"