Saturday, June 6, 2009

Dallas celebrates the return of True Blood with a Contest #4

True Blood / Sookie Music

1.What is the episode theme song for at least 3 episodes of Season 1 of True Blood?

2.Tell me what scene in the episode at least one of the songs is heard.

3.Name one song, artist or just describe type of song Bill plays in his car, when he and Sookie go to Fangtasia.

4.Tell me one song or CD that is mentioned in the books , tell me book title and artists name

Email your answers to Dallas (
Put the Contest #4 in subject area !

Good Luck

Email: "Dallas " at Loving True Blood in Dallas

Here is list of available prizes ! HERE

SOME of these prizes WILL be offered everyday - NOT all the prizes.(we randomly draw 4 available prizes each day so all the "good prizes" won't disappear the first few days )

Each day (June 3rd - June 14th) there will be a chance for you to win a prize.
The entrants will be randomly numbered and the winner will be chosen by the Twitter character @TaraThornton each evening.

That days contest ends 12 (Noon) cst the following day

You foreign folks are welcome to play but if you win you will have to pay postage I can't offer to mail stuff internationally, sorry.

True Blood Season 2 :New American Vampire League Video

True Blood Season 2 :New Fellowship of the Sun Video

Alexander Skarsgard : Friendship in the time of war

MANILA, Philippines – War brings out the best and the worst in people. On the set of the new series Generation Kill (premieres tonight at 9 on Max/Cinemax), it only brought out the best from the actors. Take it from Alexander Skarsgard, who plays Sgt. Brad “Iceman” Colbert in the series.

“We shot the episodes for seven months in Namibia,” reveals the 32-year-old Swedish actor. “We were so isolated. It was like we were stuck in a different planet. You embark on the same journey for several months with people you haven’t met before.”

When this happens, human nature dictates that you stick to each other like Mighty Bond. In-between takes, Skarsgard got to know his co-stars’ families, girlfriends and significant others like never before. They became instant family. And this showed on screen. Theirs is a chemistry as strong, if not stronger than blood. It’s borne of kinship for the past seven months in a place far, far away from home.

It would have been totally different, says Skarsgard, had they been shooting say in nearby California, where they could just jump into their cars and go home to their families after a shoot.

“I had 32 brothers for life at the end of the shoot,” reports Skarsgard.

He also came away from the experience a lot richer as an actor. As battalion leader, Skarsgard plays someone who doesn’t like being in the limelight but must do so because it’s his job.

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Fan Art from Fiveon

Sookie Stackhouse by =Fiyeon on deviantART

True Blood Bloodcopy: Flash If You Love Vampires

If this video is to be viewed as a microcosm of youth culture—the same way that, say, the new Real World/Road Rules Challenge does (yes, you read that correctly, MTV is still producing those ratings-grabbing shitshows)—then we have some breaking news for you.

Teenage girls have found a new reason to flash their boobs in public (and on camera)—vampires. Hallelujah! It's not just for Mardi Gras beads or shitty baseball caps anymore!

One problem: location. These nymphettes are trying to entice vampires to appear out of nowhere at cemeteries. More breaking news: we don't hang out in cemeteries. But if anyone wants a free show, head to one after midnight during Spring Break week and apparently it'll be boob city.

Club Dead and the Rime of the Ancient Mariner

Eric and Sookie talk a little literature in Club Dead

Some Eric is familiar with, some -not so much

"Water, water, everywhere, nor any drop to drink," I said, and Eric laughed out loud. That was why I liked him, I thought rosily; he "got" me.
"Good, the shot's taking effect," said a white-haired man in a sports shirt and pleated trousers. He was human, and he might as well have had a stethoscope tattooed around his neck, he was so clearly a doctor. "Will you be needing me?"
"Why don't you stay for a while?" Russell suggested. "Josh will keep you company, I'm sure."
I didn't get to see what Josh looked like, because Eric was carrying me upstairs then.
"Rhett and Scarlet," I said.
"I don't understand," Eric told me.
"You haven't seen Gone with the Wind!" I was horrified. But then, why should a vampire Viking have seen that staple of the Southern mystique? But he'd read The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner, which I had worked my way through in high school. "You'll have to watch it on video. Why am I acting so stupid?
Why am I not scared?"
"That human doctor gave you a big dose of drugs," Eric said, smiling down at me. "Now I am carrying you to a bedroom so you can be healed."

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (originally The Rime of the Ancyent Marinere) is the longest major poem by the English poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge written in 1797–98 HERE

True Blood returns June 14th New York Times

Reality, Fiction and Points Between

Here is a roundup of some of the more noteworthy shows of the summer television season. Only those with announced premiere dates are listed. (Sorry, “Mad Men” fans.) All dates are subject to change at less than a moment’s notice; PBS programs are listed by their national premiere dates, but local broadcast dates will vary.

TRUE BLOOD (HBO, June 14) Now that the serial-vampire-killer mystery has been solved, Sookie (Anna Paquin) has a more prosaic problem in Season 2: sharing the attention of her vamp boyfriend, Bill (Stephen Moyer), with his teenage apprentice, Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll). But the body count doesn’t taper off, as the first episode includes a murder outside Merlotte’s Bar and Grill. Look for Evan Rachel Wood to join the cast later in the season as a vampire queen.

Alan Ball Confirms Maryann's Bad Nature in 'True Blood'

from Ace Showbiz

Creator of HBO's "True Blood", Alan Ball has confirmed that Maryann Forrester is up to no good. In an interview with SCI FI Wire, he revealed that back in Bon Temps, Maryann "begins stirring up all kinds of trouble" although she was portrayed in the first season as very saintly to Tara. "She's got an agenda, and it's not a good one," Alan said.

In the first season, Maryann first appeared in the middle of the road with a boar while Tara was driving home drunk. Thinking that she had hit the figure, Tara got out of the car only to find that there was nobody. Few days later, Maryann posing as a wealthy social worker, released Tara from jail and accommodated her. Toward the end, Maryann leaned on her mysterious side when it was known that she has a secret past involving Sam. She knew Sam could shape-shift to dog and they had an encounter when he was only 17.

Director Michael Lehmann said non-human Maryann will be a huge part of the story in the second season. Michelle Forbes, who plays the character, also confirmed that her agenda will be opened up wide.

Also in the interview with SCI FI, Alan summarized what will happen in the new season, saying "Sookie and Bill will go to Dallas to help find a missing vampire who is the sheriff of the Dallas area. And Jason is going to become involved in the Fellowship of the Sun Church in a way that is really surprising."

"There's a very interesting relationship in the show between Rev. Steve Newland of the Fellowship of the Sun Church and his wife, Sarah, and Jason, that just took on its own life as we were shooting, and it's hilarious. I can't get enough of the Newlands and Jason together."

The blood begins spilling Sunday, June 14 at 9/8c. "Everything gets deeper. Everything gets more intense. It's a lot scarier. It's sexier. It's just really, really fun," Alan promised.

*New* Season 2 True Blood Cast photos

This appears to be a photos shoot the day of the 'Beyond here lies nothing' promo video. I think this is what everyone is wearing in that video.

Enjoy the slideshow below, please save the photos to your own computer and enjoy.

Anna Paquin as Sookie Stackhouse / Stephen Moyer as Bill Compton / Alexander Skarsgard as Eric Northman / Ryan Kwanten as Jason Stackhouse / Rutina Wesley as Tara Mae Thornton / copyright HBO.

True Blood Music Video of the Day: Let's Get Rocked by Def Leopard

Let's get rocked by Def Leopard LYRICS
thanks aannddeellyy