Thursday, April 8, 2010

True Blood a Porn Parody

A porn parody of "True Blood": has there ever been a more amazing idea? The sexiest show on television...only with real sex. Fleshbot and io9 were both so excited for this release, we teamed up for a joint review.

Lux: Since I'm sure there are some of you who are just interested in hearing about the hot and steamy vampire sex, we'll get to that first (to skip to the io9 take, click here; and if you'd like to just look at hot naked vampire action, click here).

Given the stellar cast that New Sensations crammed into this porno parody, it's no surprise that the sex in this release is really, really hot. It's also beautifully shot: like "The Sex Files," "Tru" is a lush film that's beautiful to look at—and not just because of all the hot naked people getting hot and heavy on screen.

read on and watch videos here

True Blood Season 3 new photos : Lucky 13 ! Enjoy!

The New York Post has a slide show with comments on who and what is in each photo..

Read here

You can click on these and save them to your own computer!

What do you see ??
what are you most excited about ?

Alexander , Stephen and Ryan graces the cover of Details magazine!

Thanks Megan for sending the scans !

More to be found here-

Stephen Moyer and Ryan Kwanten also are on covers see them here

read the article, The Men of True Blood here

Gran ( Lois Smith) Stackhouse might make a comeback in True Blood Season 3

Digital spy is reporting that we might see Gran this season, lot's of flashbacks with Gran and Godric, but bring it on! Imagine if he'd followed the books and killed Lafayette ?

Alan Ball has teased that Lois Smith may reprise her role as Sookie Stackhouse's grandmother on True Blood.

Smith's alter ego was last seen in season one when she was unexpectedly murdered by the town's serial killer, who was later unmasked as Rene Lenier.

"There's a chance [she may return]," Ball told Entertainment Weekly.

"I don’t think she’s gonna come back and go like, 'Oh, you know what? I'm not dead!' But she certainly can appear in flashbacks or in visions or perhaps there's a different reality that someone might go into."

Ball reveals more about 'True Blood' Alcide role in Season 3

I know, I know ," alter ego named Alcide "?? I wish folks would just read Club Dead.

Joe Manganiello's True Blood character will become embroiled in the Bill Compton mystery plot, creator Alan Ball has revealed.

At the end of season two, vampire Bill (Stephen Moyer) was kidnapped shortly after proposing to girlfriend Sookie (Anna Paquin). Manganiello's alter ego, a werewolf by the name of Alcide, will team up with Sookie to help find him.

Ball told Entertainment Weekly that their search leads them to a werewolf bar in Mississippi, saying: "They're doing a little amateur sleuthing and they're sort of surprised by what they find."

It has previously been reported that the characters of Sookie and Alcide will grow close during season three, with a potential romance blossoming.

"Two hot people in some intense situations and, for whatever reasons, their significant others are not there... they're human," Ball noted.

True Blood returns for its third season Sunday, June 13 on HBO.

True Blood Music Video of the Day: He's a Dream ( From Flashdance )

He's a Dream ( From Flashdance )

Thanks, ToddMarty

HBO Executives Bitten By TrueBlood Trademark Lawsuit

Los Angeles, CA – TI Beverage Group, owner of the website, sued retailer Hot Topic and HBO executives Sophia Chang and James Costas for trademark infringement and unfair competition. TI makes both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and has used Vampire® as its trademark, in addition to other vampire related marks such as Vamp® and Dracola®. In 2009, TI purchased Trueblood Winery, LLC, which had been in business since 2002.

In 2008, HBO televised the True Blood television show in which the characters drink a fictional drink called Tru Blood. TI alleges that Omni Consumer Products entered into a licensing agreement with HBO to manufacture and sell a blood orange drink labeled Tru Blood in September of 2009. TI previously filed suit and notified the defendants of the alleged infringement and after not discovering the products on the shelves, believed that the product had been scrapped. TI alleges that it recently found the Tru Blood products at Hot Topic and filed the instant trademark infringement lawsuit. The case is TI Beverage Group, Ltd v. Hot Topin, Inc. et al., CV10-02089 RGK (C.D. Cal. 2010).