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Shun, Shag, Or Marry: The Men Of “True Blood”

This Sunday night brings us the third episode of THE third season of “True Blood.” And it looks like it’s going to be amazing. Sookie is trying to find Bill, Eric’s trying to get with Sookie, Sam has an angry little brother, Tara has a vampire love interest, werewolves are on the hunt, and Lafayette is … well, awesome. And so, it’s time to Shun, Shag, or Marry the many men of “True Blood.” After the jump, I have conveniently divided them into two camps—the Loves of Sookie and the Loves of Tara.
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Ryan Kwanten Is Publishing A Sex Guide

Ryan Kwanten plays Bon Temps’ resident Lothario, Jason Stackhouse, on “True Blood.” But in an instance of life imitating art (or maybe the other way around), Ryan is taking his sex moves from the small screen to print. He’s in the process of finishing a sex guide called The G-Strategy. With a title like that, the book sounds like it’s all about the G-spot or possibly how to get a winning sex game strategy. The guide has already received a stamp of approval from Ryan’s friends, who didn’t know he wrote it when they started adopting his tips. His final draft should go to the publisher in September, and the book is slated for release in 2011. Let’s hope he does a book reading in his Australian accent. [ONTD] Keep reading »

Quotable: “True Blood” Fangs Are A Pain

“To learn how to bite somebody, there should be a school. We should have teeth school. I find Alex [Skarsgard] or Stephen [Moyer], who plays Sookie Stackhouse’s vampire beau Bill Compton, and say, ‘How the heck do I do this? … How do I not lisp?’ He said, you just have to take the pain.’ ‘They’re so big and sharp that they go into your bottom lip.’ He was exactly right. If you try to avoid and find a place to make these comfortable in your mouth, it’ll never happen. You look like evil Bugs Bunny.”

Kristin Bauer, who plays the intriguing and deadly Pam on “True Blood,” explains what it’s like to suddenly have sharp fangs. [People]
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Snoop Dogg’s Tribute To “True Blood,” “Oh Sookie”


I was sure that I was the biggest “True Blood” fan ever, but then I saw Snoop Dogg’s tribute video/song to Sookie Stackhouse and I was like, “Bitch, you’ve been dethroned.” “Oh Sookie” proves the rapper has an impressive knowledge of the show, with lyrics like: “Bring a friend/Matter fact, bring your best friend/Tara/I’ve got some real eggs for her to eat”; “We’ll do it in the daytime/Bill won’t know a thing”; “Won’t trick you like Eric/And make you drink blood”; and “Sam ain’t a man/He done turned into a bitch.” Snoop, you have outdone yourself. [Dlisted] Keep reading »

Quotable: Stephen Moyer On Dating Anna Paquin Long-Distance

“I wish I had bought shares in Skype, because we Skyped every night for three or four hours. I felt as though part of me had been removed when Anna and I were apart. I’ve never been in a relationship before in which, literally within the first three days, all the cards were laid out. I have never trusted anybody like I trust Anna.”

Stephen Moyer brings the romance in a Playboy interview, talking about fiance and “True Blood” co-star Anna Paquin. Swoon! [People] Keep reading »

The Vampire Craze Goes Musical

I love a good spooky vampire story just as much as the next gal. As a kid I watched “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Angel” religiously. I’m addicted to “True Blood” and was totally down with “Twilight,” until it became weird and cultish. But recently, I’ve started to become a bit wary of the blood-sucking craze. I mean, “The Vampire Diaries” looks craptastic. But now someone has taken the obsession to new heights. A rock musical called “I Kissed A Vampire!” will be making an appearance at the Seattle International Film Festival. It stars Lucas Grabeel and Drew Seeley of of “High School Musical,” plus newcomer Adrian Slade. The flick is about a boy who gets bitten by an exchange student and turns into a vampire. The dude’s fangs pop out every time he gets close to the girl he likes which, if you ask me, sounds a whole lot like “Twilight.” Nonetheless, the girl totally wants his bod and she eventually gets bitten. When the chick starts dressing goth and eating raw meat, she flips and the two decide they have to find a cure. I’m sort of yearning for the old days when vampires were evil and dangerous, not smitten and corny. What about you? [I Kissed A Vampire] Keep reading »

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