Friday, October 9, 2009

Stephen Moyer on the Paul O Grady show in England

True Blood : Give blood

Thanks Southern Accent blog ...
Put your zip code in here to find a blood drive near you

(No, this isn't about Edward Cullen, Sookie Stackhouse or the Vampire Diaries.)

I'm giving blood today at work and just thought I'd take a quick chance to remind others out there to do it too. It's pretty painless and they give you lots of great snacks and goodies afterwards.

According to the American Red Cross website:

  • Currently only 3 out of every 100 people in America donate blood.

  • 5 million people who receive blood transfusions every year, your donation can make the difference between life and death.

  • Every two seconds, someone in the United States needs blood

  • You will weigh less — one pint less when you leave than when you came in. (YES!!!)

  • Nobody can ask you to do any heavy lifting as long as you have the bandage on. (Yippee - no laundry tonight!)

  • You will be someone's hero — you may give a newborn, a child, a mother or a father, a brother, or a sister another chance at life. In fact, you may help save up to three lives with just one donation.

So, think about the benefits and don't be scared to give blood. And, contrary to some of the vampire stories out there, there is no substitute for human blood.

'Twilight' and 'True Blood' in Vegas for Halloween!

It's a "Twilight" vs. "True Blood" All Hallow's Eve! "Twilight" hotties Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz are hosting a Halloween party in Las Vegas the same night as "True Blood" stars Rutina Wesley and Sam Trammell!

The parties are not in competition, just in good fun! The "Twilight" superstars will host TAO Las Vegas' Yelloween party sponsored by Veuve Clicquot at The Venetian Hotel Casino on Saturday, Oct. 31. Next door, the "True Blood" actors will host a bash at LAVO at The Palazzo.

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Forget Twilight's Robert Pattinson: The original Dracula's back

From Vancouver Sun

"My revenge has just begun! I spread it over centuries and time is on my side."

— Dracula, from Bram Stoker's Dracula

While today's vampires seem more intent on wining us than dining on us, something truly wicked this way comes. Again.

That seemingly toothless pretty-boy Edward Cullen better start baring his fangs, and True Blood's Bill Compton may want to go elsewhere to do his brooding and down his synthesized blood: Drac is back — and with him, a reminder that true vampires are far more monster than man.

Just when the pop cultural craving for all-things-vamp seems like it couldn't get any more bloodthirsty, Dracula is returning in a sequel to Bram Stoker's classic. Dracula: The Un-dead, co-written by Canadian Bram Stoker descendant Dacre Stoker, will be released Oct. 13.

From TV's The Vampire Diaries to Stephenie Meyer's Twilight saga, vampires themselves have changed dramatically from Stoker's late 19th-century classic novel. So, what sets Dracula apart from more sympathetic, humanized vamps such as Twilight's Edward or Anne Rice's vampire Lestat?

The answer is plain, simple — and bone-chilling, says Canadian Dracula expert Elizabeth Miller: the Dracula of Stoker's vision was pure "evil."

"He is someone to be feared, he is powerful. He is the (ultimate) bad guy," says Miller, an English professor emeritus from Newfoundland and Labrador's Memorial University who taught courses on Gothic English literature and is now the Canadian head of the Transylvanian Society of Dracula. "He was physically repulsive . . . If you look at these vampires today, you just want to ogle over them — they are just to die for. But . . . Stoker describes (Dracula) as being repulsive. He has bad breath, long pointed finger nails, pointed ears . . . Even though he has seductive power, it is not seductive power in the way we think of it today . . . It was more that he could read people's minds and had full control over them."

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Stephen Moyer Interview Mirror UK

Mirror UK put both parts of the Moyer interview up on their Youtube site. This is much easier to watch

True Blood Goes to the Movies : American Brown starring Ryan Kwanten

A coming-of-age drama that centers on a young quarterback from West Texas, a priest in New York, and the two women in their lives.


Waris Ahluwalia ... Natasha Lyonne's friend

Karen Black ... Marianne Brown

Élodie Bouchez ... Rosie

Leo Burmester ... Bo Williams

Wendy Buss ... Lola

Frankie Faison ... Coach Bryant

David Dayan Fisher ... Diner owner

Hill Harper ... John Cross

Ryan Kwanten ... Ricky Brown

Was it too soon for Bill to ask Sookie to marry him ?

OK, let's tackle this right now !

We have the timeline finished for True Blood season 2 and you can find all of it here We also know the timeline for True Blood Season 1 and the Sookie books- so let's look at all of them.

In True Blood from the night Bill walks into Merlotte's for the first time until the proposal is about 1 1/2 months or 43 days. So if you think that's moving too fast, now you know the length of time it really was.

In this books, there is no proposal but from the time Sookie meets Bill until he disappears is approx. 6 months. Book 1, Dead until Dark takes place about May 2004 and Bill and Sookie split up of book 3 , Club Dead occurs the first of December 2004.

1. Dead until Dark- between April 4th and June 21st 2004
2. Living Dead in Dallas - Early September 2004
3. Club Dead -December 1-13th 2004
Book and story time lines HERE

PopSugar's Reasons You Love Vampires Part 2

True Blood Music Video of the Day: Come undone by Greg Laswell

Come undone by Greg Laswell LYRICS

Thanks, danandradelima