Nina heeft een fotoshoot en interview gehad met The Cut, hierin wordt haar voorbereidingen voor de Paris Fashion Week gevolgd.
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Danielle en Paul was eerder deze week aanwezig op de 2019 New York Comic-Con om samen met de overige cast en producers het nieuwe seizoen te promoten. Klik op meer om interviews te bekijken.
http//: October 3: 2019 NY Comic-Con – Tell Me a Story Panel
http//: October 3: 2019 NY Comic-Con – Tell Me a Story Press Junkets
http//: 2019 New York Comic-Con – Entertainment Weekly Portraits
Julie Plec and Carina MacKenzie return and guest co-host (along with Candice) this episode from Comic Con 2019! They’re joined by stars of CW’s “Legacies,” and “In The Dark,” and History’s “Project Blue Book.”
Een update met foto’s komt volgende week na mijn vakantie., meer video’s zullen dan ook volgen :)
Vampire Diaries star Nathaniel Buzolic talks the importance of God, the Bible & how our society has fallen apart. Divorce rates are high & the world is coming crumbling down on itself. Hope you guys enjoy this talk, it was super intriguing and brave of Nate to open up about his faith as not many people will.
Danielle heeft een interview gehad met Hollywood Life toen ze in New York was.
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‘Legacies’ is just getting started, everyone. Danielle Rose Russell talked to HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY about where Hope and Landon’s journey is headed, the ‘overall big bad,’ and that MAJOR Landon mystery!
Legacies is the latest addition to the TVD universe, and the show is really coming into its own. Danielle Rose Russell anchors the show as Hope Mikaelson, the daughter of Klaus and Hayley. She’s a powerful tri-brid — vampire, werewolf, and witch — but she still struggles just like any teenager. Those struggles encompass everything from the supernatural world to her school life to her love life. Speaking of potential romance, there’s Landon Kirby. Hope and Landon have one heck of a connection, but Hope is uncertain about whether or not to trust the mysterious boy who keeps finding his way into her life. HollywoodLife sat down EXCLUSIVELY with Danielle to talk about what’s ahead.
Foto’s van Daniel op de conventie staan ook in de galerij.
Phoebe heeft een interview gehad met Popsugar Australië over haar nieuwe serie Bloom
Phoebe Tonkin is one of Australia’s most successful young acting exports. Beginning her career on the Aussie teen series H20: Just Add Water, she gained international fame (and a casual 4.8 million followers on Instagram) from her starring role on The Vampire Diaries and its-spin off, The Originals. Now, with her career in its peak, she has returned to Australia to take on the lead role of young Gwen (with her older self to be played by Oscar nominee Jacki Weaver) on Stan’s new original series, Bloom, premiering on January 1. Below, Phoebe chats all about Bloom, and what it means to be an actor in 2018.
POPSUGAR Australia: Tell us about the premise of Bloom.
Phoebe: The premise is if you have the opportunity to have your youth, energy and vitality back, with the knowledge of being in your sixties or seventies, what would you do differently? Are there any wrongs you would right, any big regrets you had in your life that you would try to make up for, if you had the chance?
PS: You play a character called Gwen – tell us about her!
Phoebe: When we meet Gwen we find out she’s been struggling with dementia for the past few years and so a lot of her memory has gone. But you realise there’s a man she loved once when she was much, much younger, as well as the man she’s still living with now, Ray. She went through some stuff when she was younger and was quite torn between two men she loved very much. You realise as we explore in the series that sometimes our memory is a little foggy and you can romanticise relationships. So, we’ll learn more about the relationship she had with Max and her husband Ray.
he CW’s new supernatural drama “Legacies” doesn’t require viewers to watch “The Vampire Diaries,” but those who did tune in will know that the Saltzman twins are in trouble. The witches from their bloodline are cursed, but Lizzie and Josie actresses Jenny Boyd and Kaylee Bryant revealed that fans might have more details than the twins right now.
“They don’t know much,” Bryant, who plays Josie, told International Business Times earlier this month at New York Comic Con when asked how much they know about their biological mother and the Gemini Coven. “But I don’t think we can talk much about that because that’s just — it’s a storyline that we’re exploring throughout the show because it’s a big part of who we are as twins, and it’s something that you’re going to see kind of unfold throughout the series.”
[Potential spoilers ahead.]