Kat was vorige maand te gast bij de IMDB Show om haar nieuwe films ‘Cut Trought City’ en ‘Emperor’ te promoten
Nate is te gast in de Bible Study Podcasts van pastoor Toby Logsdon, waarin ze zich verder verdiepen in de bijbel. Klik op meer om ook de andere afleveringen te beluisteren die tot nu toe verschenen zijn. Mogelijk verschijnen er binnenkort nog meer afleveringen waarin Nathaniel te horen is, deze kan je dan via de website beluisteren.
The Power of the Personal Testimony
Nathaniel Buzolic and Pastor Toby begin a series of conversational podcasts with an episode covering their personal testimonies, discussing how God drew each of them to saving faith in Jesus Christ.
If you love to read books, chances are you love to talk about them too. But have you ever wondered about whether your favorite celebrities or public figures love to read as well? If you might share a favorite book or preferred genre with them? Well, I sure have! So, I’m on a mission to find book lovers (book nerds, if you will!) in unexpected places. In this interview series, I’ll be talking with people you recognize but don’t necessarily associate with books — musicians, actors and actresses, athletes, and more. We will be discussing all of their current projects you want to hear about, of course, but we will also be digging into their unique reading and writing lives!
In this interview, I chat with Candice King and Kayla Ewell. You know them from the hit show The Vampire Diaries, where Candice played Caroline and Kayla played Vicki. Now they’re hosting the fantastic podcast Directionally Challenged, which is about “realigning your internal compass.” With transparency and humor, Candice and Kayla examine what it means to be a woman in your 30’s and they talk with a broad range of guests on topics from work to family life, aspirations to health, and much more.
(You might hear a little voice in the background of this interview … that’s Kayla’s sweet baby girl. Life happens at the most inconvenient moments, so when Kayla’s childcare fell through at the last minute, Candice and Kayla just rolled with the punches. I love that they wanted to still share this audio with our listeners because, well, this is real life as a working mom! So, without further ado, here is my conversation with Candice and Kayla. I hope that you enjoy it as much as I did!)
Would Michael Malarkey ever return to The Vampire Diaries universe?
The 36-year-old actor told ET — while promoting season two of his latest show, Project Blue Book — that he would be up for reprising his role as Lorenzo “Enzo” St. John on the TVD spinoff,Legacies.
“Sure. Call me,” Malarkey said. “I’d come in and do that, play with my old friends. I mean, Atlanta’s a great city. I absolutely loved living there and working with that team down there. It was a special time in my life, so I wish them all the best.”
And as his Project Blue Book co-star, Aidan Gillen, added, “Vampires can always come back.”
Vampire Diaries fans know that anti-hero Enzo ultimately died in the last season of The CW series after Stefan Salvatore (Paul Wesley) extracted his heart. After his death, Bonnie Bennett (Kat Graham), who had a relationship with Enzo, created her own dimension where he helped her with her grief and anger. He later asked her to let him go so that he could save her, as well as twins Lizzie and Josie, who star on Legacies.
In November, Ian Somerhalder, who starred on the Julie Plec-created series as Damon Salvatore, also told ET that he would love to go back to Mystic Falls.
“I actually would love to talk to Jules. I would love to go and direct one of [the Legacies episodes],” Somerhalder told ET. “Because I know Paul went to do it and he called me and he’s like, ‘Bro, this is f**king crazy.’ Because it’s all of our old sets, which is a time warp, 10 years ago. He’s just going, ‘Dude!’ He was actually kind of emotional about it. He goes, ‘This is crazy!'”
Malarkey, meanwhile, is focusing on his History series. Project Blue Book, based on the real-life investigations conducted by the U.S. Air Force from 1952 to 1969, focused its first season on Dr. J. Allen Hynek’s (Gillen) introduction to the world of UFOs as he and his partner, Capt. Michael Quinn (Malarkey) learned the delicate balancing act of what to tell the public — and what to tell the government — about their investigations. The first season covered a few high-profile cases, but none with the same name recognition as Roswell or Area 51, which are featured in season two’s first three episodes.
“It is bigger and better,” Malarkey said of Project Blue Book season two. “But I feel like it’s also much more nuanced and fine-tuned as a machine. We’ve really hit our stride and our sweet spot as far as how we can tell these stories.”
“Roswell is still — we’re still unraveling this. There’s still books being written about it, new takes. And the thing with Roswell is almost everybody who was an actual witness is pretty much dying out. So, you have secondary witnesses or sons relaying information that their dads told them or things like that,” he added. “I think the way we visit Roswell is in a similar way of rewinding or going back and reanalyzing, opening back up this case, and I think it’s such a clever way to kick off the series.”
Season two of Project Blue Book premieres Tuesday, Jan. 21 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on History.
Ian heeft een nieuw interview en fotoshoot gehad met het tijdschrift Men’s Health over het 20-jarig bestaan van ‘Lost’, ‘The Vampire Diaries’ en zijn nieuwe Netflix serie ‘V-Wars’.
http//: Allie Holloway (Men’s Health)
r someone who’s been a fixture on some of the biggest shows on TV for the better part of the last two decades, Ian Somerhalder has a relatively simple sense of style. “Because life is so insane and I’m just a dude,” he says, he mostly sticks to jeans and a T-shirt. “It’s just too complicated. The simpler the better.”
But not just any T-shirts—he tends to buy them in bulk; his latest, a box of 75 Alternative Earth shirts that he wears “over and over,” until recycling them.
The star of LOST and The Vampire Diaries knows what TV success tastes like—the former show a genre-bending phenom, and the latter a massive favorite among its millions of devoted fans, especially online (Somerhalder has accumulated 16 million Instagram followers, for reference).
LOST was Somerhalder’s first big TV hit. He played Boone Carlyle, one of the show’s original cast members, and (spoiler alert!) the first of that main cast to die, proving that she the stakes were sky-high, and anyone could go at any point.
The first season of LOST is in the midst of somehow celebrating its 15th anniversary (it debuted in September 2004), and Somerhalder looks back on the show fondly. “It was way ahead of its time,” he says.
He shouts out a few names that might sound familiar, mentioning the “education” he received on set when working with the likes of J.J. Abrams (Star Wars), Damon Lindelof (Watchmen) and Carlton Cuse (Bates Motel, Netflix’s upcoming Locke and Key) Read More
Ian heeft een hoop promotie gedaan voor zijn nieuwe Netflix serie ‘V-Wars’, dus hier nog een hele reeks interviews die hij gedaan heeft. De serie is vanaf vandaag te zien op de streamingsdienst.