Friday, February 6, 2009

Dead and Gone new synopsis up at Barnes and Noble

They have an interesting new synopsis up on Barnes and Noble for book 9, Dead and Gone !

Everything we know about Dead and Gone is HERE



For Sookie Stackhouse, the day to day activities of the vampire and were communities in and around Bon Temps, Louisiana, are of vital interest, She's blood-bound to the leader of the vamps, a friend to the local were pack, works for a man who is shifter, and has a brother who is a were-panther…

But for most of the humans in Bon Temps, the vamps are mysterious seductive creatures-and they don't even know about the weres.

Until now. The weres and shifters have finally decided to follow the lead of the undead and reveal their existence to the ordinary world.

At first it seems to go well. Then the mutilated body of a were-panther is found in the parking lot of the bar where Sookie works. The victim is someone she knows, so she feels compelled to discover who-human or otherwise-did the deed.

But what she doesn't realize is that there is a far greater danger than the killer threatening Bon Temps. A race of unhuman beings--older, more powerful and far more secretive than vampires or werewolves-- is preparing for war. And Sookie will find herself an all-too human pawn in their battle…

True Blood fashion statement : Green print tie

OK , here ya go another Sookie fashion question.

Who wore this and where ?

True Blood goes to the movies : Anna Paquin stars in Buffalo Soldiers

1989. The Berlin Wall is about to fall, and the world is about to be made safe for the new world order. But outside of Stuttgart, West Germany, at Theodore Roosevelt Army Base, Specialist Ray Elwood of the 317th Supply Battalion is about to find his own cold war turn white hot. Elwood's a lovable rogue, a conscript who's managed to turn his military servitude into a blossoming network of black market deals, more out of boredom than ambition. Officially, there's his day job as battalion secretary to the inept but caring Commander Wallace Berman. On the side, there's everything from selling the locals stolen Mop'N'Glo to cooking heroin for the base's ruthless head of Military Police, Sgt. Saad. When a new top sergeant arrives, with the avowed intention of cleaning the base up, Elwood thinks the new blood is nothing he can't handle, especially after he lays eyes on the top's daughter, rebellious Robyn. But that was before he figured in the $5 million in stolen arms that just landed on his lap, Berman's jealous wife, an insane Turkish drug dealer, and, of course, the resulting lust, betrayal, and murder.

More here:

Vampire Diaries to be a new TV series

Twilight and HBO’s True Blood have helped the vampire make a comeback (mostly Twilight), and now the CW is looking to get in on the action by picking up the pilot for, Vampire Diaries.

The show will be based on a series of books with the same name that were published in 1993 (meaning before Twilight), and the story follows a young woman torn between two vampire brothers who are battling for her, her family and hometown’s souls. Dawson’s Creek scribe Kevin Williamson, will produce and Julie Plec (Kyle XY) will help with the writing duties.

Check out the book HERE

New True Blood t-shirts from HBO

Soft and comfy, this True Blood™ women's t-shirt boasts a 100% cotton construction. "I'm a fangbanger," "bite me," two bite mark graphics, and the True Blood™ logo are emblazoned on the front of the shirt.

HBO store

'True Blood' Cast Speak of Second Season

Nelsan Ellis hints on his character's fate, Stephen Moyer on Bill's relationship with Sookie and Rutina Wesley on Sam-Tara complication in 'True Blood' season 2.

It is at least another 4 months before "" begins sucking viewers with its second season, and some the cast are coming out to give an update. E! Online, has been trying to dig clues on the answers to the questions that leave the first season hanging.

One of the things is whether Lafayette really dies. It was seen in the very last scene of "True Blood" season one that a foot, very much like Lafayette's, is lifeless in the back seat of Detective Bellefleur's car. To this, Nelsan Ellis who portrays Lafayette, plays it coy saying "They have to wait and see," when asked whether or not it was the end of the character's fate. Should the writers decide to go by the book it is adapted from, then Lafayette is pretty much dead. When approached further on the possibility of him back filming, Nelsan said, "Absolutely, yeah, I'll come back. I'll take the paycheck."

Another issue that E! asked is whether Sookie and Bill's relationship will be shaken with the presence of Eric. Stephen Moyer said, "I couldn't possibly say. I honestly don't know, but I think that there will be all the conflict that there needs to be to make it a great frisson." There was also the talk about the love-hate relationship between Tara and Sam. Providing the answer was Rutina Wesley who dished, "[Sam and Tara have] a complicated relationship, and Sam still kind of has that little thing for Sookie. But Tara loves her some Sam-so we'll see."

The second season will arrive in either June or July. Meanwhile, the dvd for the first season is gettinga Blu-ray treatment. All 12 episodes will be compiled in 5 discs that include "True Blood Enhanced Viewing", a featurette of how the vampires are made, and introduction to the characters in Bon Temps by Lafayette. Set to be released on May 19, the Blu-Ray edition is suggested for a retail price of 79.98 dollars.

Gap Teeth: The Latest Must-Have Accessory?

Having a gap between your teeth was never as chic as Lauren Hutton would lead you to believe (I speak from experience; my orthodontist put the kabosh on mine at 14). But it seems both of us were ahead of our time. More and more (blessed be!), it seems those hideously super-sized, glow-in-the-dark veneers are being replaced by normal beautifully imperfect canines. French Vogue just devoted a whole issue to the space-invaded Lara Stone, the lovely gap-grinned Georgia Jagger is everywhere, and Hutton herself is holding court in the new J.Crew catalog. Lest we not forget about the other icons of imperfect orthodonture, Jane Birkin, Brigitte Bardot, Anna Paquin, Madge…all beauts who know how to work a good gap.

Australian TV show Playlist discusses True Blood

Shows about vampires... you either love them or hate them. But add Alan Ball (writer of American Beauty, writer and director of Six Feet Under) to the mix and you have an entirely different proposi...
Shows about vampires... you either love them or hate them. But add Alan Ball (writer of American Beauty, writer and director of Six Feet Under) to the mix and you have an entirely different proposition. Andrew Mercado talks to fellow TV critics Tiffany Dunk (TV Week) and Angus Fontaine (Time Out) about why True Blood is just so bloody amazing.

True Blood Music Video of the Day

True Blood to the Buffy Opening song