Joseph Morgan of The Vampire Diaries (Thursdays, 8/7c) is very “excited” about Klaus’ new romantic storyline on the CW drama. And after watching last week’s episode, we can see why. Sharing a single, but powerful scene with Caroline, Klaus pretty much sealed our suspicions that the blonde vamp is the object of his desire.
Below, Morgan talks about the difficulties of wooing his new love interest, Klaus and Stefan’s game of one-upmanship, his character’s family troubles, breaking sire bonds and more!
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Megaupload file-sharing site shut down
Megaupload, one of the internet's largest file-sharing sites, has been shut down by officials in the US.
The site's founders have been charged with violating piracy laws.
Federal prosecutors have accused it of costing copyright holders more than $500m (£320m) in lost revenue. The firm says it was diligent in responding to complaints about pirated material.
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It's not tv related per se but it is relevant to our interests.
Although they’ve spent their formative years dealing with death, destruction, and an annoying little critter by the name of Jeremy Gilbert, the Mystic Falls gang has always remained a close-knit bunch. That is, until Tyler Lockwood (Michael Trevino) gave fan-favorite Caroline Forbes a little love-bite that may or may not isolate the hybrid hunk from his friends for good.
“He’s got to make it right,” Trevino told EW at a special Q&A Wednesday morning. “I think he’s going to do anything and everything to make it better. Everything is for Caroline right now. He told her he loved her, and then he goes and almost kills her right after. You’re in the doghouse after that. He’s got to work hard at it.”
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Vampires, shapeshifters and werewolves were among the guests raising a glass to the Golden Globes at HBO’s post-show soiree Sunday night at the Beverly Hilton. We’re talking, of course, about the True Blood cast, several of whom were in a fairly chatty (read: scoopy) mood. Herewith are six of the meatiest, juiciest teases we extracted from them.
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Mark your calendars with the blood of your enemies: Season 2 of Game of Thrones begins April 1. HBO made the announcement today at its Television Critics Association press tour panel. The second season of the award-winning program and TV.com favorite will focus on A Clash of Kings, the second book in author George R.R. Martin's fantasy novel series "A Song of Ice and Fire." Expect kings clashing and one hell of a water fight.
HBO has also revealed the premiere dates for a few of the other projects it has coming out soon. Game Change, the HBO film chronicling John McCain and Sarah Palin's 2008 unsuccessful presidential campaign, premieres March 10. It stars Ed Harris and Julianne Moore as eerie facsimiles of McCain and Palin, and is based on the book of the same name.
New comedy Girls, about a gaggle of twenty-something chicks, kicks off April 15. It stars Lena Dunham, Jemima Kirke, and Allison Williams. I wish I knew more about this series so I could impart my knowledge unto you, but when it comes to Girls, I don't know a damned thing.
Finally, Veep will debut April 22. The new comedy stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus as a former senator who becomes vice president. Tony Hale (Arrested Development's Buster), Anna Chlumsky (My Girl), and Reid Scott (My Boys) also star. I've heard at least one person I respect say it's good.
But really, these bits of news are all about Game of Thrones! So let's make sure you have this stuck in your head for the rest of the day:
I finally finished A Feast for Crows yesterday. It took me forever to get through this book!