The Vampire Diaries på MTV Top 10

Datum: 2012-02-07 Tid: 19:37:18 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0
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Joseph Morgan pratar om Vampire Diaries

Datum: 2012-01-14 Tid: 15:01:14 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0
Tidigare i veckan Så var Joseph Morgan på Winter TCA tour 2012 med andra skpdespelare i andra serier. och Här är intervju han pratar om Vampire Diaries, enjoy.


Datum: 2011-12-29 Tid: 16:55:07 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0
Det har kommit ut en nya intervju med Vampire Diaries cast där de pratar om Vampire diaries skådespelarna.

2 Intervjuer från The Water Projekt

Datum: 2011-12-13 Tid: 17:26:17 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0

Micheal Trevino pratar om BTS på Vampire Diaries

Datum: 2011-12-02 Tid: 15:03:23 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0

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Vampire Diaries cast intervju från UK

Datum: 2011-11-29 Tid: 13:05:56 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0

Nina & Joseph på KTLA (26 oktober)

Datum: 2011-11-02 Tid: 15:53:14 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0
Vi har glömt att lägga ut en intervju på Joseph Morgan & Nina Dobrev när de var på KTLA. Så här är den! 

Malese jow & Kayla Ewell pratar om "ghost world" 3.07 (spoiler)

Datum: 2011-10-27 Tid: 21:22:24 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0

Tv-Guide intevjuade Malesw Jow (Anna) & Kayla Ewell (Vicki) de pratade om avsnitt 3.07 som vi kommer att få se imorgon. Sen la de ut en video med klippar ppå avsnitt 3.07 "Ghost world"

Good ghost vs. evil ghost
Upon their arrival as ghosts, Anna warned Jeremy that Vicki was surrounded by darkness. As Jow points out, "If people were gray about it before, 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' made it black and white. Vicki had ulterior motives that weren't very good." But Ewell begs to differ. "Vicki has the best intentions, but doesn't always handle them correctly," she says. "It comes down to the fact that any of us would do anything to survive and if your life has been taken away and you get another chance at it, then you're going to pretty much do anything," she says.

For Jow, she says there's no question about Anna's intentions. "Anna was never diabolical in the first place. She's powerful and has the wisdom of 100 years, but she's never evil [and] above all else she just wants Jeremy to be happy.  I think selfless is definitely a quality Anna has."

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Reasons for returning
Both Jow and Ewell believe a major reason for their characters' returns was to fulfill a love story — but different ones. "The first season we had such a great bond and it got cut off so short, so the people who were invested in that are getting more of what could've happened if Anna were to continue throughout Season 2," Jow says. "Jeremy and Anna have an amazing relationship whether it's romantically or within a friendship."

Vicki, on the other hand, reappeared primarily to connect with her brother Matt. "[Executive producer] Julie Plec explained to me that it's like a love story between brother and sister," Ewell says. From the beginning one of the strongest relationships [on the show] is Vicki and Matt."

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"Tease" for Thursday's episode
Both actresses agree that "Ghost World" will be redeeming for viewers. "It's all really coming to a head. The question everyone's been having this whole time -- 'Do they have the capability to come back?' -- we're getting closer and closer to that answer," Jow says. Ewell adds: "This one answers pretty much everything."

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Future on the show
Luckily ghosts are immortal spirits, which means the two actresses can pop up at any time. "They've created this portal to allow Anna and Vicki to come and go," Ewell says. But will we see Vicki, who was forced to "leave" last week, any time soon? "I'm going back to Atlanta [whereVampire Diaries films] next week," she says.

Watch this week's Vampire Diaries Bite for more on the ghostly love affairs:



Sebastian Rocho pratar om Micheal & varför han gillar TVD

Datum: 2011-10-26 Tid: 18:00:55 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0

Wetpaint Entertainment: What do you like about working with show creators Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson?
Sebastian Roché: One thing I really liked is that, as soon as I got the part, Julie called me and told me about the character, what was going to happen as far as the character development, so I thought that was a really nice touch. I’ve never worked with Kevin Williamson. I mean, I know of him of course, and I auditioned for Secret Circle and there was a very good response to that. So I know he knows of my work, but I never personally worked with Kevin Williamson. Julie Plec was really wonderful. What I love about her is that if you call her, she will call you back, which is really nice from an executive producer/creator.
How do you bring your classical theater training to the small screen?
I think that classical theater training is just one aspect of acting. I think that experience of having worked with a lot of text can help you as an actor. It gives you the ability to tackle a larger than life character in parts that require it.

Can you give us any little teasers on why Mikael is out for Klaus (Joseph Morgan)? What is his agenda?
I don’t think I can talk about any of that, no. [Laughs] I really can’t. I was sworn to secrecy. I mean, you know the fans are already surmising and they’re already somewhat hipped to what might happen. Unfortunately, I can only talk about these things after the show’s aired — which I think is a nice teaser in itself. But there are very, very intense exchanges that are going to happen between them.

Do you know if we'll be flashing back to the '90s to see how Mikael got stuck in the tomb?
The one thing I really do not like are spoilers because, for me, spoilers spoil the fun.

Okay, we don’t think this one is such a spoiler. Since you’re fluent in four languages, will any of those come into play in coming episodes?
Umm… Maybe. I know, it’s infuriating isn’t it?

How has working on Vampire Diaries differed fromSupernatural?
Well, the role in itself is very different. Working on Vampire Diaries we have loads of fun. Ian [Somerhalder] and Nina [Dobrev] and Paul [Wesley] are hilarious. There’s not that much difference in the sense that it’s fun. It’s been really, really exciting and I’m excited about the character. Before I went into Vampire Diaries Julie told me that there was going to be a certain number of episodes, she told me the history ahead of time, so I knew a bit more when I came in. With Supernatural I came in for one episode and then I ended up being picked for this sort of a light, decadent angel with a tragic end. But the enjoyment was pretty much the same. And discovering a new cast is always exciting. I enjoyed very much working with Joseph as well. And Paul I knew before. Paul and I actually tested together on a TV series that he got and I didn’t. It was fun. It was just a different energy. They’re very smart, very talented young men and women.
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Candice & Micheal pratar om Caroline & Tyler's romance

Datum: 2011-10-20 Tid: 20:37:35 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0

Matt pratar om Jenna, Hans mörkasida i V3 & Elena & Jeremy

Datum: 2011-10-14 Tid: 20:38:04 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0

How is Alaric faring after Jenna's death?
I think that he's not looking back. He really wants to look forward and he really wants to turn his life around. He really wants to find his purpose again, and I think he wants to be the best mentor he can be for the kids.

As an actor, I'm really creatively connected to the developing relationship with Elena, as her mentor and as a parental figure. But not even a parental figure -- [Alaric] thinks that because he's a guardian, he has to be a parent. He's got his own preconceived notions of what a good parent is, and he's coming to terms with the fact that maybe he's not a good parent traditionally.

The Vampire DiariesWell, the situation is anything but traditional.
Yeah, exactly. I think also as he's become invested in being the guardian to Elena, he will eventually find himself at odds with Damon, who he feels is moving in on Elena and almost preying off of her emotional vulnerability. She's so stretched out and so worn down by the fact that Stefan's off into the dark side. He sees Damon within this house dynamic that Alaric's in, Elena's in, Damon's in, Jeremy's in -- we're like this core group of people trying to find Stefan and combat the forces of Klaus' evil. In that process, Alaric sees Damon using his attraction to Elena to confuse her and pull her off her center, from his perspective. That's why I like the fact that the bromance with Alaric and Damon will be frayed. I'm not saying it's over or anything like that, but I'm saying he will make a stand to Damon now and really draw a line. And I like that that's happening.

It sounds like he's trying his best to take responsibility for these two kids he got stuck with.
Yeah, which is nice because I think that after having found Isobel in the first season, his whole purpose basically dissolved. His whole purpose in Season 1 was to find the truth of what happened to his wife. And he did -- he found her, and it turned out she was kind of a real b*tch, and it was startling and shocking. Once he had found her, his purpose dematerialized and he found himself in this weird nebulous relationship with Jenna which was basically his true rebound. Jenna was basically a rebound for Alaric in all his awkward glory. So now that the third season is coming around, his purpose is starting to re-materialize: being guardian and protector of the Gilbert kids.

That's good, because I was wondering, now that Jenna's out of the picture, how he'd find a way to hang out with teenagers and not be creepy.
Exactly. I'm excited to see what's going to happen. I talked to Julie [Plec, co-creator]. She's got new ideas for Alaric too that will be emerging that I'm really looking forward to. I think will add a nice new dimension to Alaric which is what I've been chasing. Last season he was the resident vampire hunter, and he didn't kill one vampire in Season 2, you know? All of the hiatus between second and third seasons, I've really been wracking my brain to figure out, What's his purpose? What does it mean for him to have this knowledge of vampires, being a vampire hunter on some level, how can he bring that all to [the forefront]? That's why I'm excited for Season 3, not only is that coming into focus with Elena, but there's going to be a new element introduced that Julie and I have been talking about that we decided to explore, which was born out of me having played Klaus last season.

The Vampire DiariesHow was it playing Klaus?
It was interesting. [Julie] and I had some really good conversations about how I wanted it to play out. So I was thinking, theoretically [Alaric] still has Klaus' blood coursing through his veins and I really wanted to play that angle, so I talked to Julie and shared some ideas with her about what that would mean. Like, how could having Klaus' blood inside Alaric's body really enable him to be an uber vampire? What qualities could he receive and gain from that blood transfusion, if you will, that no one could have foreseen? I had some really cool ideas that I did share with her that I wanted to see manifest, but she -- and I ultimately agreed with her -- [said that] to go in that direction would bend the character too far out of the narrative that we're already in. But understanding my intent behind these ideas, she has come up with an alternative that I'm equally -- if not moreso -- excited about.

So is that starting to play out in the episodes you're filming now or is that a future thing?
It's just happening. It's just an idea she's giving birth to and shared with me over the weekend, and I am so grateful to hear. Because I was really beginning to feel, on some level, uncertain. I really want to have a creative handle on something to play. I really loved playing Klaus for those few episodes. It was so much fun and she knew that, and we've talked about that, so we're going to try and bring a new darkness into Alaric, to really break him free from his self-doubt and break him free from any of his concerns he has about not living up to expectations and get into a dark side again. I want to reactivate some of that joy of playing a villain last season.

As a viewer you could tell you were having a lot of fun with it. I mean, what's not fun about that?
That's what I learned about playing a villain! The great thing about the villain is that there's really no internal conflict. They're just bad, and they enjoy it. I find the trick to playing a villain is that you can't be bad for the sake of being bad. It has to be rooted in some sort of heartbreak. To become a villain you had to have become disillusioned, and in order to become disillusioned you had to have been passionate about something you believed in that was shaken and ripped from your grasp as a protagonist in that stage of your life leaving you disillusioned with God, if you will. From that disillusionment, you become dark and in that there's this freedom to be malevolent on all levels. Free, uncovered by any sense of morality, so you can just go and be dark. That's what I liked about it, understanding the root cause for Klaus and really just having fun with being sinister. [Laughs]

Now that Alaric's finding himself and Jenna is out of the picture, is there going to be another love interest for him?
I hope so. Julie has talked to me about it. When that will happen remains to be seen, but I think it will happen. We just don't want him to jump into another relationship right away, but I think it would be important for him. My comment, what I would have want to have happened, is to have a new principal, or a new teacher, who's just smoking hot. [Laughs] Just smart and has her own mystery. I wanted to see the relationship between Alaric at school play out in the teacher's office, the teacher's lounge, between this principal or new teacher, whatever it may be, and see him beginning to go out on dates. See him really begin to fall for somebody, genuinely, born out of an intense connection. I wanted him to have his protection of Elena and his love for this woman become the bedrock for his perspective on the new seasons. I don't think that's going to happen, as far as the love interest is concerned, but I know that they're going to bring him in another direction which will be cool to play regardless. I don't know exactly what is, but I know it will happen.

Paul & Joseph i TV-guide magazine

Datum: 2011-10-07 Tid: 15:34:53 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 1
Paul Wesley (Stefan) och Joseph Morgan (Klaus) är med i det nya numret av tv-guide magazine. I tidningen är det intervju med Paul & Joseph. Klicka på bilden för få större storlek och då ser du vad det står-
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Nina & Paul pratar om den nya Stefan

Datum: 2011-09-29 Tid: 08:55:48 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0

The Hollywood Reporter intervju Med Kat & Zach

Datum: 2011-09-24 Tid: 14:17:44 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0

E!online intervju med Steven & Zach

Datum: 2011-09-24 Tid: 14:12:00 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0
E!online pratade med Steven R McQueen & Zach Roegi. De pratar om V3 , bromance mellan de & Joseph Morgan's mycket mer. Enjoy


Datum: 2011-09-21 Tid: 17:49:21 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0

Joseph Morgan på KTLA Morning News – 15/09/2011

Datum: 2011-09-16 Tid: 16:43:32 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0

Paul, Nina & Ian Pratar med Rolling Stone om V3

Datum: 2011-09-14 Tid: 20:21:06 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0

Julie Plec pratar V3

Datum: 2011-09-14 Tid: 20:17:22 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0

So basically it's when Elena stopped being a dunce?

Yeah, when your heroine sort of says, "Hey wait a second, I'm not going to just sit in the dark, I'm going to go after the truth." And when the truth opens the door to the past. You know, that's just such a fun way to tell the story. And it really clicked for us in that moment that we can keep doing this and make it interesting and make it dynamic.

Have your interactions with the real-life actors ever influenced what happened to a character later on in the show? I think you've mentioned that ghost girlfriends were due in part to how much you've enjoyed the actresses personally. Are there characters you thought you'd kill off but you liked the actors too much? How does one thing influence the other?

It actually influences it quite a lot and yet sometimes, painfully, not at all. Sara Canning as Aunt Jenna being the perfect example. There is not a more gifted, wonderful, professional, fantastic young woman on this planet than Sara Canning, but Aunt Jenna had to go. But on the reverse, I would say the same thing about Kayla Ewell being one of the loveliest human beings you've ever met, and though there's probably 70 percent of the audience that barely remembers Vicki Donovan, she as a human being made such a mark on us that we couldn't wait to bring her back. Daniel Gillies is a great example of somebody coming in and being such a tremendous actor in a role that was just kind of meant to be a henchman originally. And he was so good and so juicy that the whole picture of that character immediately evaporated and we created this life for him, his brother connection to Klaus, and suddenly Elijah's become one of the most important characters in the canon of the show.


Did you know how awesome Katherine would end up being? At first it seemed like she was going to be a Big Bad, but now it seems like she's maybe just more of a regular character. Was that an intentional decision?

Yes. That has a lot to do with the basic mechanics of the same actress playing two parts. As juicy and delicious as Katherine is as a villain and vixen in our series, it takes a lot out of Nina [Dobrev]. It takes a lot out on our production. It's very hard to do. So the simple logistics of executing it are really, really complicated and so we have to pick and choose our moments when she can be present like a Big Bad or, like, a romantic love interest. We just have to be really careful.


Are any of these kids going to graduate high school? It seems like they're all pretty truant.

Yeah, I know. [Laughs.] Well, they've got a history teacher in their pocket who can help them out.



Alaric's gonna fake their transcripts for them!

I think that one of the things we like about the show is that while these are teenagers and it's set in a high school world, high school is only part of their world. It is not defining their day-to-day lives, you know? And we do a lot of episodes that, in our minds, take place on the weekends! [Laughs.]

Okay, so for now it's just kind of enough to inspire millions of chapters of slash-fic? Is that the gay contribution?

For the moment! By the way, the other day I was watching a scene in an upcoming episode between Matt and Jeremy, and I called the editor, and I was like, "Are they in love? What is going on?" It is the most Ho Yay, homoerotic love story, accidentally being told between Jeremy and Matt right now. It's so funny. But you know, you've got these beautiful boys and they're acting their hearts out...


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Julie Plec pratar om Jenna, Spoilers & V3

Datum: 2011-09-14 Tid: 20:04:50 Kategori: Intervjuer Kommentarer: 0

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