Micheal en Steven waren op 16 oktober ook nog aanwezig op het WNG Night bij het Chronicle of The Curse Haunted House in Chigago. En Ian en Paul waren gisteren aanwezig bij de Hot Topic Mall Tour in Miami.
KATHERINE’S PAST IS REVEALED — Elena (Nina Dobrev) puts herself in a dangerous position as she searches for the truth about Katherine’s past and what her own future may hold. Knowing that Stefan (Paul Wesley) would never agree to her plan, Elena swears Caroline (Candica Accola) to secrecy. Damon (Ian Somerhalder) uses a new-found confidant to help him try to discover the real purpose and power of the moonstone. Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) and Bonnie (Katerina Graham) meet Luka (guest star Bryton James), a new student with a surprising family history.
Malese Jow has come a long way since the days of singing the national anthem at Tulsa Speedway and Oilers hockey games. The little girl with the big voice at those late 1990s events is all grown up at 19, with a 10-year acting career in Hollywood.
Her resume is impressive. The little girl gets a start with “Barney & Friends” and similar fare before finding tween TV fame on Nickelodeon’s “Unfabulous,” co-starring opposite Emma Roberts (Julia’s niece) for three years between 2004 and 2007 as Geena Fabiano, a fashion-obsessed diva.
Then, Jow broadened into teen roles with CW’s “The Vampire Diaries,” playing Anna, a beautiful creature of the night who died in last season’s finale, and for whom fans are still clamoring to see come back to life.
Now, this Tulsa talent is moving into motion pictures. The part is small, but the movie is big: “The Social Network,” which opens Friday and tells the story of the college dorm-room founding of Facebook. Directed by David Fincher (“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”) and written by Aaron Sorkin (“The West Wing”), the dark, comic drama has the pedigree of a player at this year’s Academy Awards.
Aflevering 9 zal Katherina gaan heten, hieronder kort waar de aflevering over gaat.
KATHERINE’S PAST IS REVEALED — Elena puts herself in a dangerous position as she searches for the truth about Katherine’s past and what her own future may hold. Knowing that Stefan would never agree to her plan, Elena swears Caroline to secrecy. Damon uses a new-found confidant to help him try to discover the real purpose and power of the moonstone. Jeremy and Bonnie meet Luka (guest star Bryton James), a new student with a surprising family history.
The Vampire Diaries is off to an amazing start to its second season. Any concerns (not from this TV Chick) of a sophomore season slump have been wiped away. There are crazy doppelganger hijinx, proving that Nina Dobrev really can do no wrong, and of course some incredibly sexy vampires and werewolves (I’m looking at you Uncle Mason!) One of the characters that has really come into her own this season is Bonnie. Her witch powers are developing and she isn’t afraid to take on the vampires to protect her loved ones. I recently had the chance to chat with Katerina Graham at New York Comic Con, and she talked about Bonnie’s powers, her motivations and maybe even a possible love interest.
One thing we learned from the panel is that Bonnie’s powers continue to grow. What can you tease about where she’s going to go in the next few episodes?
They develop and there’s a positive to it and a negative to it. So you’ll be able to see both sides of that instead of just kind of this already evolved witch whose evolution kind of came out of nowhere. The five episodes kind of placed her evolution when she was with her family from last season. You get to see her dealing with her growth for the first time, really, which I think is important to see. So the good and the bad, you’ll get to see.
We love Vampire Diaries executive producer Julie Plec not only because she has the coolest job on the planet, but also because she’s a Twitter-loving superfan just like us. We caught up with the plucky producer to get deets on next week’s episode, “Plan B,” and ask a few fan questions. Because she’s super generous with her time, Julie also offered up even more info on all things Mystic Falls. Here are the juiciest bits from our convo!
First of all, in response to your tweet from the other day: No, if you ask Taylor Kinney to marry you, we won’t think you’re desperate. But HR might have a problem with it.
Julie: I know, right. I might get myself into trouble. It’s a tough job. But a girl’s got to do it — be surrounded by all these hot men.
So you are single for real?
Julie: Oh, yes. For real.
I absolutely adore The Vampire Diaries. One thing I love is that despite having a big cast, the creative team finds ways to utilize every character in really fascinating ways. Some characters are oblivious to the goings on in Mystic Falls (Jenna), some are finding out more and more (Jeremy) and there’s even a newly turned vampire (Caroline). The show is off to an amazing start to the second season. I recently had the chance to chat with the cast and executive producers at New York Comic Con. Steven R. McQueen talked about what’s coming up for Jeremy in the next few episodes, if there will be a Jeremy/Katherine interaction and a possible love interest.
I think the first question that everyone wants to know, in the footage that they showed, they really showed Jeremy getting into the mix with weapons. Tell us a little bit about where he’s going in the next few episodes.
Jeremy has been pushed around and pushed around, been soft, and worn his emotions on his sleeve for so long. You can only have this friction rubbing against you for so long before you become calloused, and he’s calloused at this point, and becomes a little stronger and starts to fight back, rather than letting all this stuff happen to him. He’s going to say – excuse my language – fuck that, I’m going to take control, and I’m gonna take part in this whole thing and help work in a productive manner to get done what I need to.