Sunday, January 20, 2013

Is there still hope for Bonnie and Jeremy?

If there’s anything that The Vampire Diaries Season 4 mid-season finale did (aside from terrify us with all those haunting images of Klaus ripping out hybrid hearts as easily as he would paper from a notebook), it’s raise the question if Bonnie Bennett and her ex-boyfriend, Jeremy Gilbert, will be getting back sooner than you can say “Professor Shadypants.”

Well, according to the show’s executive producer, Julie Plec, we’re not delusional at all — there’s still a lingering attraction between the two former lovebirds. Jeremy seemed eager to use his fond memories of Bonnie to create a detour for his “Operation Don’t Kill Elena” yearnings and Bonnie seemed more than ready to allow Jeremy (in his full sexy, muscular armed glory) to do so. Furthermore, just like any couple that suffers through a painful breakup, they need proper closure seeing as Jeremy cheated on Bonnie with a ghost from girlfriends past (aka Anna) — so what better time than with them working together to help him overcome his volatile hunter emotions?

TV Guide says:
Are Jeremy and Bonnie getting back together on The Vampire Diaries? —Micah
NATALIE: You weren’t the only one who noticed those stolen glances during the midseason finale! “What this episode did, in the form of nostalgia, is a reminder that there are some unresolved feelings there,” executive producer Julie Plec says. “There was love there and maybe just a glimpse of hope for something more.”

"A view to a kill" episode 12

Taylor Swift may be adamant about “never ever getting back together” with a certain someone but it appears that Stefan Salvatore doesn’t share her sentiments about breakups and makeups. According to the new synopsis for The Vampire Diaries Season 4, Episode 12 — “A View to a Kill” — Elena’s brooding, handsome ex is going to be spending some quality time with his 1920s honey boo, Rebekah Mikaelson. In fact, when her dream of attending just ONE school dance in her many years of life seems shot down by an event cancellations, Stefan goes all out to grant her this one simple wish.

Plus, aside from surprises in the relationship sphere, there will be plenty of drama to look forward to where Bonnie, her father, and Kol are concerned. Check out the official synopsis for TVD episode 4.12 below for the full details!

DANGEROUS LIAISONS — When Rebekah turns down Klaus’ plea to stop Kol (Nathaniel Buzolic) and protect Jeremy, Klaus turns to Stefan for help. After an angry confrontation with her father, Mayor Hopkins (guest star Rick Worthy), over his unconventional approach to ending the violence in Mystic Falls, Bonnie has a frightening run-in with Kol, followed by an unexpected visitor. Klaus complicates the already tense feelings between Stefan and Damon by revealing a bit of Stefan’s personal life, then surprises Damon by asking for personal advice. Elena tells Stefan about her dangerous plan for Jeremy, leaving Stefan in a difficult spot. When the high school’s 1980s Decade Dance is cancelled by Mayor Hopkins, Stefan finds a charming way to make it up to a disappointed Rebekah. Brad Turner directed the episode written by Rebecca Sonnenshine (#412).

Will there be something more than just the cure growing up between Stefan and Rebekah?

If you did not see this week's episode "After School Special", stop reading now. The main love triangle took a new turn interesting. Julie Plec gives us some hint of what is to come.

Forced by Rebekah to tell the truth about why he slept with Damon, Elena said it was not for the link-it's because she loves him. After Damon and Elena said she felt it was real, and said "I love you". Does this solve the debate or doubt still exists?
Julie Plec: I think the question in the end is that Elena is so sure of what she feels, at that time, is enough to make Damon too. Yes, of course, that question is still in the air and will always exist. This is not necessarily an end, now that the word ["love"] stated. Doubt still be there. And will continue bothering Damon in the next episodes. Elena will have to continue to fight for it and how much I believe in it. But right now, these two people who are trying very hard to do the right thing and stay away from each other, and after two horrible days really long, need to be together. To believe that is real only for a moment, is enough to Damon. And by the way, that song [Snow Patrol "New York", which was heard during the phone call], that was the song I wanted to use during the kiss between Damon and Elena in episode 10 of last year, we lost just one weeks before issuing the episode. So I reserved teniodo that song for a year waiting for the right time to reuse.

Stefan and Rebekah on the same team is a good change.
JP: We've seen Stefan self-destruct in many different ways, and are usually quite dark and violent. We think an interesting response on their part because of the loss of his girlfriend, to feel deceived and betrayed, having a broken heart, would be solely focused on getting the cure to end all this misery - either for him and Elena, or perhaps to shove down your throat Damon's throat, who knows [laughs] - and alliance with what is probably the most self-destructive person. He gets into bed with you is obviously the mortal enemy of Elena. So we are very excited to have the opportunity to form this alliance.

Rebekah gave rise to a new question when he said that Klaus had erased the memory of Stefan what he felt for her. Are those feelings will resurface? Is a new question to add to this mess?
JP: Well, you know, we discovered a great chemistry when we introduce for the first time his character (Rebekah), then each of their individual stories led them in a different direction, so it's something I've never had the opportunity to drill down again. And yet existed, although Stefan was a very different. Now, I think there will be a bit of nostalgia attached to a time when both were in a very different place. I see a world in which Stefan wakes up and says: "Oh my God, I've been with the wrong girl all the time." Do not believe that to be the case at all. In fact, I think that of Rebekah and hates everything she represents. However, there are some good memories there that will reappear and give them a truce.

Julie Plec talks about The Originals

Last week there was news about CW actively developing a derivative Vampire Diaries producer Julie Plec with that would focus on Klaus (Joseph Morgan) - The Original title - and that in the April 25 episode as an episode outside the wire where the series goes. While not saying much about a program with an unknown end, Entertainment Weekly (EW) has obtained information from it.

EW: The idea of ​​making a derivative has been around for a while. Why now been decided?

Julie Plec: It's something we've been talking for two years, we have contemplated trying to realizase last year, but had too much work to do in too little time. So that gave us a chance this year to spend more time working on it - seeing if, obviously, our actors had an interest in following the lives of these characters (laughs) and if there was a story to tell. Everything was done in a way that we feel that we do not retract our baby more important, Vampire Chronicles, and give us an opportunity to expand the universe with characters we've had another year to learn.

EW: What can you say about the episode of April 25?

Julie Plec: The idea is that a turn of events in Mystic Falls Klaus sent to New Orleans to solve a mystery. We blow that some people creating a movement against him that may interest you. So you head to New Orleans to try to figure out who is against him and he is trying to do. And as you discover the mystery, it takes you back to the city that a few hundred years, he was one of the original settlers and helped in its construction. He is reunited with a vampire who turned his back on his day, Marcel, who has created a list of rules and an entire society to the supernatural community that is in charge - something like Hats off to Klaus and say, "taught me everything I know." So Klaus's protégé is now the king of the supernatural community in New Orleans and Klaus takes a step back towards that.

EW: Have you already taken the role of Marcel?

Julie Plec: No, start testing, I think, next week or next.

EW: How do you describe it?

Julie Plec: He is the life of the party. It is evil and dangerous, and is a rock star. If anything, it's that vampire is going to party and live life in a big way, he knows how to play the most in the French Quarter of New Orleans.

EW: And if you were to get into the next round, the place would be New Orleans.

Julie Plec: Yes, when I talked about it with the chain and the study, said, "somehow, the French Quarter, with less than 3,000 inhabitants, is the ultimate small town." So history is still a small city, is a city that we all know very well. We all have our own fantasies of party we have lived or wanted to live in New Orleans.

EW: The fans have been wondering what Klaus would keep busy, and how Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) will be involved.

Julie Plec: That's all part of the great mystery. I will say that no one should assume anything about how to output, because with a little luck, everything will be a nice surprise for everyone.

EW: Is there a role for Elijah (Daniel Gillies) in the derivative, it has to be.

Julie Plec: Oh, says Julie Plec (laughs) and his obsession with Daniel Gillies, will always be a role for Elijah. That single question of whether there is interest in the world of Daniel Gillies in working with Julie Plec. But I can hope that the answer is yes.

EW: So you talked to him about it.

Julie Plec: Yes absolutely. You'd have to ask him where he is. By the way, make sure it's clear that I'm being ironic when I talk about myself in the first person (laughs).

EW: What about Rebekah (Claire Holt)? It's in the picture again this week when Vampire Diaries returns with new episodes, but she and Klaus are not very happy with each other.

Julie Plec: Right now, she is very angry with him, and their relationship has some other mountains to spend the next five episodes, much less than in the future program. I think she is another character who will be a tremendous asset for both programs. So it all comes to rest ahead of Rebekah, and the future of Claire with Rebekah, and all things that are indeterminate eas.

EW: Would you have the title of producer in both programs?

Julie Plec: I think so. Honestly, we have not talked about anything else you want to share that title with Caroline Dries on Vampire Chronicles and then be the producer in the originals. The good thing about Vampire Chronicles is that Caroline has been very successful during these past three years he has been in the program and is a great leader and a great writer, and knows the program inside and out. So I would still be there every step of the way, but she would have much more responsibility than they already have. And Mike Narducci, who is someone who has been very important in Vampire Chronicles, would have to come to the original and also take charge. So hopefully, two brilliant people who have grown up in the Vampire Chronicles universe can remain bright while we break in two programs.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

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Claire Holt talks about "After School Special"

  • After a month of hiatus, The Vampire Diaries returns Thursday with a new episode that will begin a new chapter in history - the war for the cure. Back Rebekah, played by Claire Holt, having been staked (again) by his brother Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and she wants two things: Vengeance and catch up. "Rebekah gathers Stefan, Elena and Caroline at school and basically torture them psychologically," says Holt. "She asked about the tattoo, and the priest, and the relationship between Stefan and Elena, and makes the light go on some uncomfortable truths. Definitely going to be much more difficult for Caroline, Elena and Stefan than Rebekah.

Some of those "inconvenient truths" definitely cause the fans reactions, empathy or anger instead of the script certainly caused some reaction from Holt. "I was so excited, I sent a text message to Julie Plec immediately after reading it, and I was like, 'My goodness, thank you very much. I love this episode, '"says Holt. "It was one of the few moments that really has control Rebeca and she loves it. It was fun playing the game of 'Truth or Dare'. He was one of my favorite episodes. '
We know from the promo that the brother of Rebekah and Klaus, Kol (Nathaniel Buzolic) also returns in the episode. "He is there to help Rebecca get the answers she wants, and brings Shane [David Alpay] to school to be questioned too," says Holt. "The result is not too good for Shane."

Regarding the relationship with Klaus Rebekah, Holt says: "She is absolutely devastated that has betrayed. It has done so many times now, I'm not sure I will be able to rebuild that trust. It would take too long and would be a really long road for them, so they can come to feel so close to each other. Right now everyone is on his side. Rebekah's goal is to find a cure, and she really does not care about anyone else. '
It's hard to say if this makes it more or less likely that the spin-off of Vampire Diaries, called The Originals, Klaus-centered, has a place to Rebekah. "I have not read a script for the episode of TVD April will serve as a pilot for the spin-off," says Holt. "I guess we have to wait to find out."

Thursday, January 10, 2013

"Catch me if you can" 4x11


A new danger - Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) is furious when Klaus (Joseph Morgan) tries to control it endangering the life of Matt (Zach Roerig). Damon (Ian Somerhalder) trains to Jeremy while preparing to oppose the new vampires of Klaus, but they discover that Kol (guest star Nathaniel Buzolic) is ahead them. Kol makes clear that no will stop at nothing to convince everyone to give up the search for the cure. Looking for a new ally, Rebekah (Claire Holt) reminds you to Stefan (Paul Wesley) who once were close friends. When the Sheriff Forbes (Marguerite MacIntyre) and Hopkins (guest star Rick Worthy) mayor asks Shane (guest star David Alpay) about his involvement in the death of the founders of the Council, Bonnie (Kat Graham) takes a step in the right direction, asking him about his account, and responses from Shane put Bonnie powers to the limit. Elena (Nina Dobrev) negotiates with Klaus to keep Jeremy safe, but when the danger suddenly appears out of a totally unexpected enemy, Elena comes with its own plan to Jeremy. John Dahl directed the episode written by Brian Michael Young

"A view to a kill" 4x12


Dangerous liaisons - when Rebekah (Claire Holt) rejects the request of Klaus (Joseph Morgan) to stop at Kol (Nathaniel Buzolic) and protect Jeremy (Steveb. R. McQueen), Klaus again Stefan (Paul Wesley) for help. After a confrontation with his father the Mayor Hopkins (guest star Rick Worthy), about his unconventional approach to put an end to the violence in Mystic Falls, Bonnie (Kat Graham) has a frightening encounter with Kol, followed by an unexpected visitor. Klaus complicates the already tense relationship between Stefan and Damon (Ian Somerhalder), revealing a bit of the personal life of Stefan, Damon will then surprise you seek personal advice. Elena (Nina Dobrev) tells him to Stefan on his dangerous plan to Jeremy, leaving Stefan in a difficult situation when the 1980 decade dancing in high school is canceled by Mayor Hopkins, Stefan is a lovely way to make the passes with Rebekah. Brad Turner directed the episode written by Rebecca Sonnenshine)

Stills from "after school special"

New promotional pics from the cast