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Archive for September 2011

Rutina Wesley appeared on Good Day New York to promote her role in the off Broadway play “The Submission,” written by playwright Jeff Talbott, that also stars actors Jonathan Groff and Eddie Kaye Thomas. While this production marks Rutina’s return to the stage, she does reveal that modern day interruptions (cell phones ringing!) can be a distraction for actors. Rutina also said she will be back filming True Blood in November, but not quite sure what’s in store for Tara in season 5. All theater-loving New York Truebies should be sure to check the play out; it runs at the Lucile Lortel Theater at 121 Christopher Street from Sept. 27 until Oct. 22.

Rutina Wesley: MyFoxNY.com

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Date: September 30th | Category: True Blood, Videos
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The Bajan Reporter has had the chance to chat with Mr. Stephen Moyer about Season 4 and Bill’s difficult relationship with Sookie after the fatidic revelation that broke them up.

Q: This season doesn’t look great for Bill and Sookie’s relationship.
SM: No. I don’t know how many times I’ve said this but I think that [laughs] you can’t watch two people be happy together for too long. Our show is about conflict and drama. If you see me put this glass down like that, Alan is never gonna make me do that again – he wants to see what happens when it’s a cup or a broken glass. Now that’s fantastic because you are constantly being given stuff that you didn’t know. Like my character, I didn’t know he was going to be a 1920s nightclub entertainer, right? So in season two, suddenly I’m behind the piano and singing. I didn’t know that I’d been in London in the 80s, so episode two, I go back to London in the 80s so now I have to think – when I’m creating stuff or when there’s new stuff coming – “God I was in London in the 80s, I wonder where else I was?”

Q: How was the accent on that? Did you do a British accent from the point of view of being an American?
SM: Yeah. I just went straight in and did [in strong accent] full fucking full Camden. It was awesome. Bucky [Brian Buckner]– who wrote that episode – is a good friend of mine. It didn’t need to be in England in the 80s but he totally did it because that’s how he sees me: in Camden in the 80s. So yeah, Bill and Sookie have separated. At the end of season three he gets pushed away from her and he knows that he’s messed up. What’s interesting about their relationship is that Bill knows enough now not to tell her what to do. So when there are a couple of instances where she gives him an opening and he says “goodnight Sookie”. He’s reversing because he knows if there’s any hope for him with her, if there is any possibility that they have a future, he has to let her be – and that includes possibly what’s about to happen with Eric.

Q: Which leads me to the obvious question – how is it having another man woo your wife at work?
SM: We’re friends. I went up to him at the beginning of the season and said – you’ve got loads of stuff coming up. You have to do your job and you have to be completely happy to do so. I’m not going to be around but I’ve got members of the crew reporting back to me, I’ve got little handy cams and cameras everywhere and I’ve got a little handy cam built into her snatch patch. It’s part of the job and she’s also had to deal with me having relationships with two people this year. What’s different really is that I know Alex really well but the two girls that were coming in to do that stuff were people that she’d never met before. In a way it’s harder. You’ve got to remember what it’s like from Anna’s point of view. HBO and the show have benefited from us being a couple because when we had to do the sex stuff we went for it, but now she’s having to do it with somebody else in front of all the crew who know us as a couple. People are talking about how difficult it must be for me to see her – but you gotta think what it’s like for them, because I’m Alex’s mate.

Q: In that first scene together where you refuse to come in you’ve still got that brilliant screen chemistry.
SM: We love working together but we are very aware that… we’ve had a couple of offers where to do movies together, but we’re not gonna do that. I think people will be sick and tired of us. We certainly will work together, we’ve set up a production company and it’ll probably be me directing or her directing or something like that, but I don’t think we will act together because we’re just aware that… overkill.

Q: Did you worry that after you were married it wouldn’t zing on screen?
SM: No, the truth is, when we get together on set, which isn’t as often as it has been, we’re so pleased to be working together. There’s a scene in episode four where Sookie lies to Bill and on the page, it was a very simple scene. I go to the door, I need to go in, I need to know if Eric’s there. She says he’s not there. And he knows that she’s lying, she knows he knows that she’s lying, but they look each other in the eye and it’s a really massive moment. He has to believe her because she’s never lied to him before. And that was so much fun to play and it was torture. Everybody came up afterwards and was like “oh it’s so good to see them together in this kind of pain.” I think there’s probably a truism in life that flirting is far far more sexy and risqué prior to a sexual encounter but Anna and I have taken the piss out of each other and been so horrible to each other in front of everybody for so long that I don’t think we could be anything else together.

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Date: September 30th | Category: Articles, True Blood
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In its Season 7 premiere, “Supernatural” introduced a whole new kind of monster. We figured we’d seen it all – demons, angels, racist trucks… but the Leviathan are more terrifying than we expected.

As legend tells it, God created Leviathan before he created humans or angels — and they were so dangerous, he had to create Purgatory just so he’d have a place to lock them up. Now that Castiel has set them free, the Leviathan are having a fantastic time on Earth. Basically… we can expect them to treat our world like it’s Charlie Sheen’s hotel room.

In a lot of lore, the Leviathan are sea monsters, so it’s not much of a surprise that one of their first acts of delinquency is to slither into the water supply. We love the newest promo, which starts off like your average local commercial… and then gets gruesome. Check out thiscreepy clip!

It looks like Sam finally comes clean to Dean about his Lucifer hallucinations… if they are hallucinations.
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Date: September 29th | Category: Previews, Spoilers, Supernatural
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Perhaps one of the most anticipated remakes of the coming 2012 summer film season will be kicked off by Tim Burton and Johnny Depp’s remake of Dark Shadows. Within the last week, the buzz amidst the upcoming film has peaked with the release of the new cast photo.

Before Twilight, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Vampire Diaries, True Blood and that awful daytime soap opera called Passions. There was one that started it all, besides Dracula of course.

Barnabas Collins, the vampire of Dark Shadows, began the gothic romance that vampire tales have become today.

Dark Shadows was a unique entertainment property and the first of its kind in the 1960s. It was a supernatural daytime soap opera that came on every afternoon on ABC’s lineup. No one thought it could work; needless to say it did more than work. The daytime soap did more than lure housewives from their ironing; it was also a huge hit with children.

The show hit a chord with its stories around ghosts, werewolves, a phoenix, a headless man, séances, zombies and of course America’s favorite (and only) vampire in daytime. Dark Shadows was a hit and lured in nearly 20 million daily viewers at a time when there were less households with television sets. There were board games, comic books, bubble gum cards and pinups.

Although the modern cast photo for the 2012 film reimagining by Tim Burton and Johnny Depp doesn’t appear at the surface to be dissimilar, the entertainment climate has changed a lot in the 45 years since the daytime series debut.

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Date: September 28th | Category: Articles, General, Movie
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