Faith | Categories: Julie Plec, Spoilers | Comments Off on Julie Plec’s interview by the VRO
MTV was nice enough to recap the entire interview the VRO had with Julie Plec. We could have a lot of scoops on the second season of Vampire Diaries, and about our best – and creepiest! – characters!
Here are a few tidbits
-Julie hinted that Stefan, Elena and Jonathan Gilbert may not be the only ones with diaries. “Who knows, maybe Katherine had a journal back in the day,” she teased.
-We’ll continue to see flashbacks from 1864, but the writers have also brainstormed more current scenes for future seasons. An ongoing joke is Stefan and Damon partying at the now-defunct nightclub Studio 54.
-Ever wondered what happened to that menacing crow that flew around the first few episodes (we did!)? Julie said the crow and fog, which Damon both controlled, seemed a little too supernatural for the show—and that’s saying a lot for a series revolving around vampires!
-Julie sometimes has to nix story ideas because they’re too similar to things that have happened in “Twilight” or “True Blood,” “I’ll pitch a story, and [Kevin] will be like, ‘No, we can’t do it. “True Blood” just did that.'”
Natalie | Categories: News, Spoilers, TV Series | Comments Off on News: Season Two Spoilers: One Villain, Many Shirtless Scenes
The CW presented its new primetime schedule to the world this morning. When the network returns with new episodes in September, The Vampire Diaries will remain in its 8 p.m. Thursday night time slot.
But many changes and developments will certainly be on tap for the series. Such as? The CW’s official fall press release reveals some suspenseful and sexy scenes ahead on our favorite new show:
Next season, the appearance of the villainous Katherine in Mystic Falls throws a wrench into the love triangle between Stefan, Elena and Damon, and the other residents of Mystic Falls must choose sides as they fall victim to a new breed of danger. New and unexpected friendships will be forged, allies will become enemies, and hearts will be broken.
Stefan and Damon will be forced to face a villain more evil and diabolical than they ever believed possible. And they’ll take their shirts off. Frequently.
Katherine is here to stay on The Vampire Diaries. Her presence will be felt, strongly, on season two.
Somerhalder and Dobrev, who play Damon and Elena, told E! Online that they don’t know what will happen in the second season.
“We’re still curious ourselves,” Somerhalder explained. “I kind of got a little gist… [executive producer] Kevin Williamson was discussing a bit of next season and they have a pretty good idea of what they’re doing up until the first half of that season. And there’s some cool stuff.”
Somerhalder added that his character may be concerned about a relationship with Elena because his brother Stefan (Paul Wesley) is currently dating her.
“Damon loves his brother,” he said. “Of course he does. Just like Stefan – Stefan could have let Damon die like, five times. Of course he loves his brother. But it will be interesting to see the varying degrees of that love… When you mix the love of a woman with the love of a brother, things get a little hairy.”
Somerhalder also said that “hopefully one day” Damon and Elena will kiss, while Dobrev added: “I’m sure [in] however many years that we do the show… maybe down the line.”
There may be spoilers that you wish to avoid if you haven’t seen the finale yet. You’ve been warned.
Nina Dobrev has admitted that she is looking forward to the second season of The Vampire Diaries.
Dobrev explained that she is excited about playing both Elena and Katherine in the next run.
“I’m going to be playing two characters at once, so it’s going to be challenging, but it’s going to be fun and interesting,” she told TV Guide Magazine. “[Katherine] wreaked so much havoc before she was even here.
“For 21 episodes everyone teased everything she’s done and how horrible she is and how complicated she makes everyone’s lives. So now that she’s back you can imagine what next season is going to be like. It’s going to be bloody and scary and gory. A lot of people are going to die.”
Meanwhile, Candice Accola confessed that she has no idea what will happen to her character Caroline, who was injured in a car accident in the first season finale.
“I really don’t know,” she said. “We have two months of agonising, twiddling our thumbs in frustration, to find out what’s happening.”
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