on Aug 5 2012 at 9:51 am | 3 Comments »
“Truebies in the News” is a new feature that provides links to interviews and news items about the show, the cast and their upcoming projects.
HBO execs say no end in sight for show at TCAs [TVLine]
Chloe Noelle‘s Q&A with MSN’s TV blog [TV Buzz]
Carrie Preston discusses her production company and directoral debut [Zap2it]
Stephen Moyer’s interview at Comic-Con about directing his first episode [MTV]
Kristin Bauer van Straten talks about raising money to fund her poaching documentary [Insider] & [EW] – which met its goal and is still rising! Check out the project’s Kickstarter page to donate!
Nelsan Ellis visits NBC New York to chat about Lafayette and his documentary “Damn Wonderful” [NBC NY] - video
Sam Trammell chats about shooting in the cold and staying in shape [KTLA] -video — talks shifters, vamps and nude scenes [Details]
Ryan Kwanten says the discovery of who killed Sookie’s and Jason’s parents will “shift the very fiber of who he is,” teases cliffhanger finale [THR]
With this caliber of talented actors on the roster, they are bound to show up on some of our other favorite television shows. Here’s some of our favorite current and past cast members other projects:
books a role on premiere of “Two and a Half Men” [THR
heads to USA’s “Royal Pains” [TVLine
to play Martin Luther King Jr. in Lee Daniels movie [Deadline
set to return to “How I Met Your Mother” [EOnline
Michael Raymond James
to join “Once Upon A Time” [EW
on May 8 2012 at 5:58 pm | 13 Comments »
Gianna Sobol (over at the Inside True Blood Blog) interviewed Brit Morgan who played Debbie Pelt.
A world without Debbie Pelt is perhaps a happier one for Sookie Stackhouse. But a show without Brit Morgan is, well, a little sad for the cast and crew. Fortunately the feeling is mutual.
Gianna: Do you miss us?! We miss you! What do you miss the most about working on True Blood?
Brit: I miss you SO much!!! I really miss everything but what I miss most is the people. Being surrounded by such wonderful, talented people and feeling like a part of the family. And of course, I miss playing Debbie and looking forward to what new, exciting things I was going to get to do each episode!
Gianna: She was such a wild character. What went into creating her?
Brit: To prepare myself for Debbie, I researched a lot about addiction because it’s such a huge part of her life. I attended NA meetings every month and talked to different people about recovery and battling addiction. Through both seasons I kept a journal for her that I would write in to get into character and I made many CD’s of music that I thought she would like or that made me feel close to her. I rehearsed for every episode with my acting coach and watched some great documentaries on wolves!
Hit the “read more” button if you want to know who made her laugh most on set and if she’s Team Bill or Team Eric.
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on Apr 3 2012 at 7:58 pm | 4 Comments »
Michael Ausiello has a revealed a couple new spoilers for True Blood this season…
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on Nov 8 2011 at 9:00 am | 1 Comment »
It’s well known that close contact brings affection. And after so many punches, kicks and other hugs between Miss Stackhouse and Debbie Pelt, Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer’s new production company, SCAMP, has attached Brit Morgan to their first produced film “Free Ride.”
Cam Gigandet and Drea de Matteo will also join Anna in the independent film which is being shot in Sarasota, Florida.
The movie takes place in late 1970′s Florida. After fleeing an abusive relationship, mom turns to the marijuana trade to support her daughters, ages 15 and 7. It’s based on the real-life story of writer/director Shana Sosin, the youngest of the siblings. Paquin plays Sosin’s mother, Christina.
on Sep 18 2011 at 12:58 am | 3 Comments »
Todd Lowe attends Kari Feinstein Primetime Emmy Awards Style Lounge
The Emmys will be broadcast this Sunday and in preparation, the True Blood cast is out and about doing pre-Emmy parties and gift lounges. I love it when everyone poses with free swag! We’ll load more as they come in. PS, Todd? I hope you took more than one bag of kettle corn, ’cause that stuff is amazing!
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on Aug 6 2011 at 5:48 am | No Comments »
Sam Trammell, Brit Morgan, Mariana Klaveno and William William Sanderson will be in attendance at the Horrorfind Weekend on September 2-4th, 2011. It will take place in Gettysburg, PA, at the WYNDHAM GETTYSBURG Hotel (95 Presidential Circle, Gettysburg, PA 17325)
Read more at their website: Horrorfind Weekend