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Sunday, August 28, 2011
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Although many New Yorkers heeded Mayor Bloomberg's advice and left town today ahead of Hurricane Irene, True Blood's Alexander Skarsgard opted to keep a lunch date in the East Village to chat about his upcoming thriller, Straw Dogs (out Sept. 16).
As it turns out, this isn't the first time he's dealt with a natural disaster.
"Oh, God, everything happens to Jess in this season," the 26-year-old Woll, says, enthusiastically. "Her story is a coming-of-age transformation from girl to woman/human to vampire. She's struggling with who she is personally and starting to embrace the vampire side of herself."
In contrast to most of the vampires, Jessica is endowed with feelings of empathy and remorse.