With the end of the season not far away, the spoilers are coming thick and fast!! So if you don’t want to know then we suggest you don’t read on!!
First up thanks to E Online
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Oh, you thought the Tyler-Caroline-Klaus love triangle ended last night? Silly, silly TV viewers! Executive producer Julie Plec says fans can expect “a wrinkle” in the love triangle “big time. Capital B, capital T, exclamation point.” What kind of wrinkle? “I think in these last two episodes, if not next week’s episode, we might see him take some action against Klaus and not follow his orders when it comes to Caroline,” Michael Trevino teases, while Plec adds, “It gets messy.”
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How about some scoop on Klaus? Good? Good. The OG hybrid will have a “heroic moment” in Thursday’s episode, but in a classic Klaus move, it’ll be followed by “something so horrible, you’re like, ‘Man, what’s wrong with you?!’” teases executive producer Julie Plec. “Klaus will never be a hero, but that’s not to say he won’t do heroic things.” So what’s Klaus’ next move now that his mother has successfully created the ultimate vampire hunter? “This is a second call of arms to Klaus, who may have gotten distracted by pretty blondes and paintings and horses,” Plec says. “This is the reminder that this guy means business, and he’s not going to let his guard down again. It’s a nice reboot of the villain.” Hero and villain all wrapped in one devilishly handsome British hybrid? Only on TVD!
And Ian Somerhalder recently spoke with E Online as well and revealed the following snippets of info:
Ian reveals: “The brothers both agree, ‘If she goes for you, I’ll leave town. And if she goes for me, you leave town. So this doesn’t get weird.’ And they both agree on it. And that’s what’s so cool is that by virtue of this decision the boys have ultimately become so insanely close. And I love that I think it’s really cool that that’s what happens.”
He goes on to say “Elena makes a decision. Well, after Damon dies she only has one decision.” Then with a hearty laugh and said, “Who knows? Maybe. We’ll see!” But he insists that he is fine with Damon winning or loosing Elena. “You know what’s funny,” he says with a half-smile. “Paul and I joke about this, because we do know each other and we love each other, and everybody wants everyone to win, but sometimes when you lose, you still win something. That’s kind of a cool metaphor for life. Just remember this, second place is the first loser.”
And then he dished this on the season finale “In the finale, Damon and Stefan really start to love each other. In this situation, heartbreak and failure and triumph brings them together. For me obviously, a lot of bad stuff happens. So it’s very cool for us to finally come together. Now, by the way, it might get boring and then we will be trying to kill each other in season four!”
Ian also spoke with THR. Check out the video below:
The CW has also released some more photos from the season finale, in which Elena sports a cheerleading uniform and we get to see Aunt Jenna return. Check out the gallery below:
This weeks episode is also bound to be action packed!
“[There's an] ironic symmetry of having this witch who is desperate to eradicates vampires and this alter ego of Alaric’s who hates vampires,” executive producer Julie Plec explained to reporters at a special screening of the episode. “It’s bringing the Original witch’s heart in this whole mythology full circle and [and now she's] passing the baton to a villain that could actually succeed at the task that she’s been failing at all season.”
Julie also shared the following information:
“ALaric is going to be hardcore, which is equally exciting and devastating because he’s one of our heroes who’s no longer one of our heroes,” Plec said. “[In next week's episode] Alaric goes on a tear and no one is safe. There’s going to be a lot of people at one point or another that you’re not sure are going to make it to Season 4.”
As for Klaus, Plec says Klaus now realizes his mother will not stop coming after him. “This is a second call to arms for Klaus, who may have gotten distracted by pretty blondes,” she said. “This is a reminder he’s not going to let his guard down — it’s a reboot of the villain.”
And does the fact that Alaric has now turned mean that Jeremys ring is now ok? “It means that the stakes of death and resuscitation are possibly not as intense for Jeremy as they were for Alaric, but there’s always going to be a concern of consequence for cheating death one too many times,” Plec said.
And what of Bonnie now that she has been bitten? “She was very clearly under some sort of witchy influence,” Plec said. “Bonnie’s issue now is, ‘What the hell? I’ve got vampires telling me what to do, [and] now I have the witches telling me what to do. Where’s my free will? Where’s my choice?’ That’s going to influence her character moving forward.”
And what does last weeks episode where Elena went to the dance with Stefan mean? According to Julie: “These two men are so important to her and she has lost almost everyone that has ever mattered to her. So how do you choose in a moment like that?” Plec said. “The last two episodes of the season are really going to be about her asking herself that question and really trying to understand how she could possibly let one of them go when she’s already lost so much.” But as Julie reveals, when we do get to see the flashbacks, its not going to show us that things were all that much less complicated. “We get a nice flash of what it was like when [Matt and Elena] were dating and they were themselves [in] a troubled relationship,” Plec said. “So even though she’s remembering a simpler time, her problems were just as complicated.”
With only two episodes left, it seems that Tyler is finally coming into his own. “In these last two episodes, you see him actually take some action against Klaus and maybe not follow his orders when it comes to Caroline. He’s tired of getting bit–ed around and he acts on it and it gets messy.”
As for the Salvatore brothers: “There’s a really nice scene in next week’s episode that shows they might just survive this no matter how it plays out when it’s all said and done,” Plec said. “The cliché is that the girl tears them apart, so [we said], ‘How can we have the girl bring them even closer together?’”
And Julie assures us that “The penultimate episode is very adrenaline-infused and there are big mythology moves that happen,” Plec said. “The finale is more emotional, but by no means the epilogue to the season. If anything it’s half closing the door to one year and blowing the lid off the door to the next.”
Back on this weeks episode, it appears from the clip below that Klaus is going to stake his claim on Elena…..
And according to Julie Plec “This is a second call of arms to Klaus, who may have gotten distracted by pretty blondes and paintings and horses. This is the reminder that this guy means business, and he’s not going to let his guard down again. It’s a nice reboot of the villain.” But then right after that the hybrid will do “something so horrible, you’re like, ‘Man, what’s wrong with you,’” she says.
Unfortunately, it sounds like his pony drawing days are over. “Klaus will never be a hero, but that’s not to say he won’t do heroic things,” says Plec. “This is a second call of arms to Klaus, who may have gotten distracted by pretty blondes and paintings and horses. This is the reminder that this guy means business, and he’s not going to let his guard down again. It’s a nice reboot of the villain.”
And in case you missed it, here is the preview for this weeks episode:
And the best news we can bring you this weeks is that the CW has renewed The Vampire Diaries for another season!!