Like any fangbanger worth her salt, I can think of one or two VILFs — i.e., vampires I’d like to f**k. There’s Eric … Bill … Heck, on the right night I’d even have a go at Pam — if only for access to her bitching wardrobe. Anyways, check out HBO’s latest poster to advertise the awesomeness that is “True Blood,” which returns June 13. Plus, there’s a season three promo teaser after the jump. Keep reading »
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After months of placating myself with reality television because both “Mad Men” and “True Blood” have been off the air, I finally get a glimmer of hope via this teaser poster for the third season of “True Blood.” I am now officially in a tizzy of anticipation for the show and all it took was an appliance full of colored corn syrup. Who else is ready to drink up another season of sex, scandal and Sookie? Keep reading »
“We joke about it—and who has the record for the most disrobes. I think Ryan does. But I’m close behind him at this point because I’ve already disrobed like four or five times this year and I don’t think he has at all. I’ve got to fight that out with him. Ryan is definitely ready to show up and flaunt it, because he’s got the bod to back it up. He’s probably the least bashful.”
For a kind of backwoods Southern town, Bon Temps is pretty flaming. Things are supposedly going to get even hotter in the third season. We already told you that “True Blood” producers cast Theo Alexander as a gay vampire who’s known as the “King Of Mississippi.” There were also rumors that our favorite gay line cook, Lafayette, would be getting his own love interest. Then the drop-dead drool-worthy Alexander Skarsgard hinted that his character, Eric, would be gettin’ it on with women AND men in the next season, but he’s not the only main character steaming things up with another dude. Keep reading more about the latest season three spoiler … Keep reading »
The vampire obsession continues, and the cold ones have inspired yet another designer by the name of Pamela Love, who’s also known for creating “Where the Wild Things Are” jewelry for Opening Ceremony. She created this Eagle Claw necklace in bronze for Alexander Skarsgård’s “True Blood” character, Eric, to show off his prickly persona in jewelry form, and it seems there’s a desire from the public to make the necklace available to the hot-blooded masses. So, for all you vamp lovers out there, now a copper-plated version is for sale at HBO. It’s up to you to decide if you want to spend $60 on it. [Racked] Keep reading »
The skies are blue, HBO’s hit vampire show is true, and a few casting notices buzzing around the net have me cornier than springtime in December. I just can’t help myself. New characters on Alan Ball’s sexy, gruesome series, “True Blood,” probably mean new romantic interests for some of our favorite Bon Temps residents. While I personally love the idea of Lafayette finding a little romance, fans might be worried about new story lines pulling our attention away from our original heroes.
Worries be damned, I say. Here are the new faces you’ll be seeing on “True Blood” next season. Keep reading »
“True Blood” is about to get even sexier next season. I know, how is that possible? “There’s a lot of nudity,” Alexander Skarsgard (aka Vampire Eric) told RadarOnline.com. “As far as Eric goes, there’s going to be a lot violence and a lot of sex — with women and men! So it should be interesting.” Um, we’re going to get some guy-on-guy action? For those of us who like a little gay porn — not to mention the delectable blood-sucking sexiness of Skarsgard — this sounds tasty. [RadarOnline.com] Keep reading »
Further proof some men don’t know jack about women: Esquire magazine says chicks go bananas for vampire love stories because we lust after … wait for it … gay guys. Gay guys don’t want to be with us the way vampires can’t be with us and you know us ladies: we just want what we cannot have.
No, I’m not buying it either. Keep reading »
Didn’t you just love to hate Maryann Forrester in season two of “True Blood“? Author Charlaine Harris has one helluva imagination, but it was creator/executive producer Alan Ball who brought Maryann to life. Even though she was a rather annoying villain (surprisingly, though, she was less annoying than Sookie Stackhouse), none of this season would have been possible without Maryann’s maenad craziness. So why not celebrate “He who comes” by dressing like his bride for Halloween? Just remember to periodically raise your arms and quiver? How to get the look, after the jump!