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Archive for January 2014

“From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series” premieres on Tuesday, March 11th, at 9pm ET/PT.

The 10-episode series is produced in association with FactoryMade Ventures and created and executive produced by network founder and filmmaker Robert Rodriguez.

It centers around bank robber Seth Gecko (D.J. Cotrona) and his violent, unpredictable brother, Richard “Richie” Gecko (Zane Holtz), who are wanted by the FBI and Texas Rangers Earl McGraw (Don Johnson) and Freddie Gonzalez (Jesse Garcia) after a bank heist left several people dead.

While on the run to Mexico, Seth and Richie encounter former minister Jacob Fuller (Robert Patrick) and his family, whom they take hostage. Using the family RV to cross the Border, chaos ensues when the group detours to a strip club that is populated by vampires. They are forced to fight until dawn in order to get out alive.

Co-stars include Wilmer Valderrama as enigmatic crime lord Carlos; Madison Davenport as Kate Fuller; Brandon Soo Hoo as Scott Fuller; Adrianne Palicki as Vanessa Styles; Jake Busey as Professor Aiden Tanner; Lane Garrison as Pete; and Eiza González as Santánico Pandemonium.

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Date: January 31st | Category: Previews
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In last weeks episode of The Vampire Diaries, Katherine was on her death bed whilst everyone else was downstairs in the Salvatore house reminiscing over her 500yrs of life and none of it was pleasant.

One of the worst offenders was Damon. Damon used his vampire mind control powers on the dying girl to make her hallucinate getting stabbed in the gut by Aunt Jenna, getting her fingers chopped off by Uncle John, tormenting her with the fact that her ex Elijah wasn’t coming to save her from Damon or say goodbye, and making her relive her most traumatic day over and over again (when she arrived back home in Bulgaria to find that Klaus had massacred her entire family).

Speaking with Zap2it on set recently, Ian Somerhalder explained Damons treatment of Katherine.

“Damon wants Katherine as dead as a doornail because I think she reminds him of everything awful he’s ever done,” Somerhalder says. “She taught him how to kill, taught him how to enjoy it. And I’ve learned that resentment is anger toward yourself for something you allowed to happen. I think Damon victimizes himself when it comes to Katherine, saying, ‘She did this to me, she did that to me.’ But in all actuality, he does have a point.”
Even though Damon is his own person who makes his own decisions, Somerhalder believes Katherine shaped him into the man boy he is today. “This sounds a little twisted, but if a child is abused by an adult, that is just outright wrong. That child had no say in the matter,” Somerhalder says. “Katherine did a very similar thing to Damon, where she compelled him to fall in love with her, she compelled him to do all these things, and it wasn’t right. She turned him into a monster, and he hasn’t been able to stop.”

Ian does acknowledge that Damon has the power to be a better person telling them “Ultimately, Damon is victimizing himself and being a baby about it, but he does have a point. I mean, he has so much anger. Imagine waiting for someone for 150 years … ”

All that pent up anger towards both Katherine and himself, coupled with his recent breakup, is what led Damon to psychologically torment Katherine on her deathbed … and don’t expect Damon’s attitude to change anytime soon, especially now that Katherine has once again made everyone’s lives more complicated by taking over Elena’s body.

“He hates her. And he just wants her gone. She causes a lot of problems,” Somerhalder says. “And to Damon, if you’re going to cause me a lot of problems, you’d better be giving me something — whether it’s bedroom time, whether it’s booze, whether it’s fun — it’d better be something that I can value.”

Date: January 31st | Category: Cast, Interviews, Vampire Diaries
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With this years newest Vampire flick, Vampire Academy Blood Sisters, due to hit screens next week, Hypable had the opportunity to sit down with cast member Dominic Sherwood, who portrays Moroi, Chirstian Ozera.


Hypable – How did you create the character of Christian?
I went to six auditions for the part of Christian. This is really embarrassing, I worked at Hollister just up the road from where the auditions were being held and I would do an audition one day and my agent would ring me up and say, “that was great but they want you to make him funnier.” I would go in and do that and then I would get a phone call saying, “yeah, that was great but they want you to go in and make him darker, and make him poutier.” I was like, “oh my god, you don’t know what you want!” But when I got offered the role I realized that Christian was all those things.

They wanted to make sure everything was there, so that is how I molded the character, just by looking back at all the audition process. Mark had this idea in his head of what he had to be and I had the script to work off of so I kind of just….smushed, I’m not really sure that is a real word but I’m going to use it.

It’s a word.

Yeah? cool, cool. So I smushed all of those elements I had, all those little pieces, I smushed those together. Three times I used that word there!

What was your favorite Christian scene to film? Is there a scene that you were nervous to film?
There is never anything I don’t want to do. If I see something in the script that is challenging that is always like my favorite bit to get to. If we have to cry, or to do anything dangerous or epic those are my favorite bits to go for. But when I read the script it was the ending which I can’t talk about because I don’t want to spoil. I’ve already done that with my housemate and he was really upset but when I read that in the script I was very excited to kind of get that up on its feet but then it got rewritten. We had the ending in the script originally then Dan came up to me one day and said yeah we are not doing this anymore we’re doing this. I was like that’s awesome too! When I read the script I was like that is going to be a fun day.

What was it like to use fire as Christian’s element?
I was so excited to get to play with fire. It was unreal. We toyed around with the idea early on with this special gel where they could set my hands on fire. I could have done all this crazy stuff with it but we ended up not using it. We had live fire on the set for the whole ending sequence but again, I’m not allowed to mention, but it was cool. We had fire very close to my body at one point and the stunt and safety team had gotten to know me by then and they knew I was pretty clumsy and dumb at times. They were like, “don’t put your hands in the fire whatever you do.” I was like, “Cool. I will try to do that guys, not put my hands in open flame.”

The first few days were nerve wracking. I was cast late in the game. I was cast and two or three days later we went to table read. We didn’t really have rehearsal time, Mark doesn’t really believe in it because if you rehearse it and get it done amazingly that means you kill that take which completely makes sense.

What was it like filming scenes with Lucy?
Christain and LissaThe first few days I met Lucy, we were filming the ball which is near the end of the movie, obviously I was nervous. Everyone was on the set so I was really, really nervous. Then day two we were doing some dancing and then Mark comes up and goes, “ok, we are going to do some kissing now.” I was like, “oh my god, I completely forgot we were doing this.” We had barely spoken, we hadn’t talked about it properly, we were like, “what sort of kiss? They want us to do it right now? Oh my god, what are we going to do?” It actually turned out to be the easiest thing because Lucy is so lovely and our personalities just work with each other. We got the first kiss out of the way and it was just smooth sailing from there on out.

Head on over to Hypable to read the full interview.

Date: January 31st | Category: Cast, Images, Movie, Vampire Academy
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As one major newspaper puts it: “Ryan Kwanten deserves a big shout out. Kwanten has been like a live electric wire on the show. [True Blood] He’s awesome.True Blood has received many accolades including an Emmy nomination for Best Drama Series, a Golden Globe nomination for Best Television Series-Drama, and a People’s Choice nominations for Best TV Show and TV Obsession. Last year Kwanten received a Teen Choice nomination for Choice TV Male: Drama.

In his latest romantic comedy movie, The Right Kind of Wrong, adapted from the novel Sex and Sunsets by Tim Sandlin, Kwanten takes on the role of Leo Palamino, a failed writer-turned-dishwasher made famous for his many flaws and shortcomings in a blog called “Why You Suck,” a huge Internet success written by his ex-wife. Then Leo meets Colette, the girl of his dreams…on the day she is marrying the perfect man.  And so, the ultimate underdog story begins as Leo, a fearless dreamer, risks all to show Colette and the whole wide world all that is right with a man famous for being wrong.

“The Right Kind of Wrong” will be available on the internet on February 6, 2014 and in limited release in theaters on March 14, 2014.



Ryan Kwanten talks about his role of Leo in the film, “The Right Kind of Wrong” below.

Can you describe your role as Leo in The Right Kind of Wrong?

Leo believes in love, he believes in the underdog, he believes in his writing, and he believes in himself. Leo is bold, he’s brash, brazen and brilliant. He’s a rolling stone that gathers no moss. He sees the world through boundless eyes, utterly convinced that if he stays true to his convictions, no matter what, he will succeed.

How has it been being taken from the True Blood set to the rocky mountains in Alberta, Canada, to film the movie?

It is one thing to set a novel in the mountains and then to adapt a script into such a beautiful setting, but it’s entirely something else when filmmakers have to deliver landscapes that are breathtaking. Talk about the beauty of the film gods! Some films you work on feels like you’re forever fighting the weather and all the external factors. But on this film we’ve been absolutely blessed. These days here have been poetic. With incredible surroundings like we’ve had, the romance is already done for me.

What was the deciding factor in your taking the role of Leo?

By all accounts, it seemed as if I bonded with the character during my first read of the script, starting with the character’s name. Can’t stop saying that name. Love that name. Leo Palamino. It actually gets said a lot during the film. It rolls off the tongue.  And then there’s the Palamino philosophy of living life with no shame, no regrets. Even when I was reading, I was turning the pages thinking, I want to be this guy. I wish I had the tenacity and the kind of the fortitude to just say, “Yes!” You know, I want to act on that impulse.

And have you so far imbibed a part of the character into your own?

In one of those genuinely rare moments, I truly believed I grew as a person as a result of playing the role. I would like to think Leo’s almost made me a better man for the fact that I am going to question things in life now, not let things slide by and attacking things a little bit more, not in an aggressive way, but getting out there and doing it all.

read the entire interview with Ryan here:

Date: January 31st | Category: Movie
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