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Archive for June 2012

Kristin Bauer chatted with Access Hollywood about True Blood and kissing Alexander Skarsgård for the first time.

Access: This season on ‘True Blood’ it was revealed that Pam had gotten together with Eric (in her backstory). When you saw that in the script – and you’re friends with Alexander Skarsgard – what went through your head?
Kristin: I have such comfort with Alex and such trust that I just kept trying to picture what I wanted the scene to look like, because we’ve waited so long for this… We’ve known Pam for the last five years, and she’s 100-and-some-years-old. We know that she’s pretty unapologetic, she’s pretty blunt, she’s pretty harsh, she really only has affection for one person and then [as an actress, I] work my way backwards and go, ‘Wait a minute, what would be the genesis of that? How do I find the vulnerability? I have to show the vulnerability because we have to understand why she leapt into this other life and chose it.’

Access: You actually got to kiss Alex for the first time. He talks about those kinds of things as part of the job, but when you actually have to kiss a friend – after all this time – it seems like it would be a little weird.
Kristin: Yeah, I know. [But] for some reason, it didn’t feel weird… But Stephen [Moyer, who plays Bill Compton] and Mariana Klaveno [who plays Lorena]… they were standing right outside the doorway to that room in the brothel… So we kiss and [Alex] sort of scoops me and twirls me out of the scene — one of my legs is incredibly tangled up inside the skirts… I’m battling with this fabric and six inches from Stephen and Mariana who are staring at us like they’re watching their parents make out.

Access: Oh no!
Kristin: I look at them and go, ‘What?’ and they go, ‘It’s like watching our parents kiss.’ I’m like, ‘What do you mean by that!’ So there’s always this difference between the experience of filming it and then what it looks like, and I felt like when I watched it that it was good. It was perfect.

Access: Why do you think Pam needed to escape the life she was in by slitting her wrists in the hopes that Eric would turn her into a vampire?
Kristin: I feel, from an actor’s viewpoint and talking to Raelle Tucker, who wrote that episode, she had to force the issue with Eric. She could see that he wasn’t gonna do it, and also, it shows the same Pam that we know today — that she’s a very committed, ballsy person and that she also really was only giving up five years of life. She was saying, the story doesn’t end well for women in this time… I will die alone, horribly. It shows that bold character that we know, and it also, to me, really represented how unbelievably happy she is and unapologetic about being a vampire. She had no love for humanity. She chose this, she forced this and then the fact [is] that he really does save her.

Access: What’s coming up in the Pam/Eric storyline? He’s in some trouble again.
Kristin: What is coming up, is we see a couple of things. One is the depth to which the Vampire Authority is affecting all of our lives and how extreme the situation could possibly get and it forces us into making tough decisions and we see on the [promotional] billboard – ‘Everything’s At Stake’ – and I think, yeah, it is. So much of what Pam values, which is mainly her relationship with Eric — even that is now at stake.

Access: Pam hates Sookie, and Tara, her vampire progeny, was close to Sookie. Will we see a bond start to develop because the two of them hate Sookie so much? Like a little mean girls vampire club?
Kristin: That would be really fun. For some reason, it’s fun to play a character that hates other characters. I just love Pam’s hatred of Bill, but what’s great about this show is like last year, Pam and Bill started having to work together and that’s where a lot of these alliances shift, shift back and shift again this year and I do not know what they’re gonna do. We’re about to film Episode 12, so I’m not sure what that end is for all of this, but it’s a pretty chaotic year. It’s a pretty hard year for relationships because the Authority really wreaks some havoc.

Access: Before I let you go, are you going to head down for Comic-Con?
Kristin: I am. I’m heading down to Comic-Con and then, a month later, I go to Africa shooting a documentary.

Access: On the elephants?
Kristin: Yep… I’ve gotta take a camera crew over to Kenya… I’m setting up meetings in all different parts of Kenya with people on the ground who live and breathe trying to stop the poaching of the elephants and the rhino. Two species of rhino have gone extinct in the last six months. The numbers they’re guestimating of elephants that are being poached daily is so sickening. We’ve heard really heartbreaking numbers, so I’m going to interview these people and say, ‘What’s happening? You live here. Please, tell us what you think are the solutions and how can we help you.’

Date: June 30th | Category: Articles, True Blood
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Joe Manganiello was a guest on the Wendy Williams Show this week, he talkes about his new movie Magic Mike and a lucky lady from the audience received a surprise lapdance. Joe also expresses that he would be interested in taking on the role of Christian Grey in the upcoming Fifty Shade of Grey movie.

Date: June 30th | Category: Appearances, Movie, True Blood
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True Blood’s Todd Lowe gives THR a little more insight into his character Terry Bellefleur in season five of True Blood. In the video below, he explains that his character’s anger issues stem from his tour in Iraq.
The Iraq vet, who spends his time as a cook at Merlotte’s, got a visit from a former Marine buddy (Scott Foley) which has sparked a heap of trouble for him. In the first three episodes, he’s had troubling flashbacks, pushed his wife Arlene (Carrie Preston) and hovered creepily over their bed.

Date: June 30th | Category: True Blood, Videos
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On last Sunday night’s episode we saw a new character: a fairy named Claude. Giles Matthey has stepped into what will surely be his breakout role. I must admit that when I first saw Giles, I thought he wasn’t right for the part, but after seeing some videos of him, I now think that he will make a welcome addition and look forward to what the writer’s have in store for his character this season.
Fearnet spoke to Giles about landing the role and the level of awesomeness on the True Blood set and that interview is below:

FEARNET: Tell us a little bit about Claude.
Claude is a fairy. He was featured in last season and helped Sookie escape from Queen Mab in fairyland. He was actually portrayed by another actor last season. I was fortunate enough to be recast in the role. We’ve had a very, very small glimpse of Claude. This season goes into fairies a bit, it goes into what they are like. Claude acts as a mentor-type figure to Sookie. Helps her understand things about herself, and what it means to be a fairy. I would like to think that he is protective over her – as any mentor should be.

FEARNET: So will we get more background on the fairies this year? It was sprinkled throughout last season, but there was never really a sense of backstory.
You will see a focus. Obviously I can’t give too much away, but there is a focus on fairies, more so than any other season. How that plays out, and what that means for the characters… you’ll just have to wait and see.

FEARNET: Did you watch True Blood before you were cast?
The only exposure I had to True Blood was seeing two rather handsome men circling like dogs around a pretty blonde lady. I thought, “They look ridiculously handsome. I’m changing the channel now.” When I originally read for the role, I did a taping at my agency, and had no idea what True Blood was. It’s not very big in England, and even though I had been in New York for two years, at the time I didn’t watch much TV – I was all about school and focus and all those boring things. A couple weeks [after I read for the role] I was in Los Angeles and I was told to go in [to read] for Alan Ball. I didn’t have much idea who he was, which I think helped me in the audition. I was so lucky and fortunate that I was cast in the role, and from then on, I watched it a lot. I actually became a fan, which is kind of weird because you get cast in something, then you watch it, then you are in it, but you become a fan in between, then you get nervous. It’s like, “Oh my gosh, you’re Sookie! You’re Alcide!” It was very bizarre.
I became a fan after I got the role. It was really the writing and the acting. The thing about True Blood for me is that it would be very easy to just tap into the current culture of vampires and fantasy, and it is very easy to do it wrong. The actors on True Blood are just brilliant.

FEARNET: I know Claude was in barely minutes of the last season-
Minutes? Barely seconds!

FEARNET: Did his appearance, created from another actor, inform your performance at all?
I think it would be a bad idea to copy someone else’s portrayal. It’s a very strange position to be in. I don’t think it is a good idea to copy other people’s interpretations because then it is not your own, and it won’t be your own truth. So I really tried to make it my own. Also, Audrey and Laura, who help with costumes, are so good, and Alan gives the final OK on costumes, and that is a huge help. The way they decide to dress you can really answer a lot of questions about your character. I think that is a hint for the fairies. Let’s just say that they are very sexual creatures.

FEARNET: In last week’s episode, Jessica has a very strong reaction to you when you enter the shop. Will you have more interactions with Jessica?
I wish I could answer that question, but it might give too much away, and I don’t want to get fired. I’ve really had a good time on True Blood and would like to stick around!

FEARNET: Can you tell us how many episodes you are going to be in?
I’m in eight episodes. It’s a dream come true – really, it is. I have worked on a couple projects, and I don’t think I’ve come across a group of people who I have felt this supported and connected to. As an actor, you want to feel safe – once you are at ease with yourself, you can do good work. Ryan [Kwanten, who plays Jason] and Anna [Paquin, who plays Sookie] have been so supportive – and they don’t have to be! They are stars – they have their own lives and their own work. As a professional you are expected to turn up, do your stuff well, and that’s it. It’s not like that on True Blood. I really feel like you are only as strong as your weakest link, so they all really help everyone. Everyone is so The cast is so huge and it grows exponentially every season. Was there anyone that you wanted to work with that you didn’t get a chance to?
That would give away a little bit, so I will just say a generic: “Yes, of course.” Maybe we’ll do something impromptu – some street theater or something!

FEARNET: This is really your first big role. What was your reaction when you booked it?
I cried. It wasn’t like I was jumping for joy – I actually burst into tears. I was at the airport and I burst into tears and collapsed on my luggage. I wasn’t sad about getting the role – I was sad that there weren’t people there to experience it with me. Then set in the huge excitement and joy. It was weird – I did not expect myself to act like that. I thought it would all be joy, and it really was – about the show – but I don’t know why, my mind just went there. I just wanted to share this amazing moment – because it really was a life-changing thing. I am so honored to be part of this great show.

source: fearnet.com

Date: June 30th | Category: Articles, True Blood
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