Eric & Sookie fan video made by MissBergman set to “Spit It Out” by Iamx.
Charity Buzz has announced an opportunity for all True Blood fans to be on the show. Maybe there are some Truebies out there that can come up with the cash and take advantage of this chance to be a part of this amazing series!
The part includes: a non-speaking, featured “extra” walk-on role on HBO’s hit series, True Blood. The winner must be at least 18 years old and it is only valid for one person. However, the winner may bring a guest on set. Availability is based on the series production schedule and the show tapes in Los Angeles, CA. Also, Charity Buzz cannot guarantee that the scene the winner is in will make the final cut and be aired. The winner will be paid for their time (the minimum required to pay an extra or background artist) and therefore he or she should bring the paperwork necessary to complete the I-9 form.
Donated by: HBO
Bidding Increment: $500.00
Estimated Value: $10,000.00
lot opened: Thu, 01 Oct 2009 09:00:00 -0400
lot closes: Thu, 15 Oct 2009 14:30:00 -0400
WHILE WE LOVE THAT YOU ARE POSTING QUESTIONS HERE, BUT IF YOU WANT STEPHEN MOYER TO ANSWER THEM, PLEASE INSTEAD SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS BY USING USE THE LINK BELOW TO SUBMIT THEM TO CHANNEL 4!
So get involved! If you’ve got some burning query you would like to put to Stephen, get involved by submitting them to Channel 4.
And do so before noon (UK time) on Tuesday 6th October, for that’s when they’ll present him with a list of all the best questions.
Photograph: Graeme Robertson
Recently, Susanna White was interviewed by John Robinson of The Guardian.co.uk about her experience directing Generation Kill.
TV director Susanna White has swapped corsets for camouflage to helm Wire creator David Simon’s Iraq war drama. Next stop: Hollywood
‘I can do explosions as well as anyone else’ … Susanna White, director of Generation Kill.
In some respects, Susanna White’s experience at the 2009 Emmy awards was very similar to that of every other nominee. There was the time spent on hair and makeup, the mile-long tailback of limousines approaching the Nokia Theatre in LA, and the pleasant evening mingling with celebrities. However, she was the only woman present to have her own military escort.
White was nominated in the outstanding directing for a miniseries category for the David Simon-scripted Iraq war drama Generation Kill. As it turned out she didn’t win. But if she was sanguine about her defeat, the marines who had worked closely as advisers on the show, and who accompanied her to the ceremony, were a little more reluctant to lose out to a Dickens adaptation. “The marines offered to go and take out the cast of Little Dorrit. But we restrained them . . .”
Such a pledge of loyalty, even a lighthearted one, is testament to how far White won the trust and admiration of all the personnel – marines and actors alike – who worked on Generation Kill. Essentially the story of the month Rolling Stone reporter Evan Wright spent embedded with First Recon Marine at “the tip of the spear” of the 2003 invasion of Iraq, it is densely populated with vivid characters and technical vocabulary, all spread across eight hours. White had done extended storytelling before, most notably on adaptations of Bleak House and Jane Eyre. More challenging was rigging and filming explosions, and directing a large male cast, all pumped up from a weeklong “boot camp” training session, for a shoot that would last eight months in Namibia, South Africa, and Mozambique.
Rutina Wesley attended Gen Art’s “Fall For New York” party at Skylight Studios on September 30, 2009 in New York City. Gen Art is the leading arts and entertainment organization dedicated to showcasing emerging fashion designers, filmmakers, musicians and visual artists.
Vampire are dark, dangerous, hot and sexy. But would you date a vampire or do you prefer to admire them from a distance and fantasize about what might be?
Glamour.com asked their readers if they would date a vampire and 61% answered: NO.
Charlaine Harris, writer of the Sookie Stackhouse novels and Diana Laurence, writer of “How to catch and keep a vampire” explain to pros and con of dating a vampire.
Yes: “Vamps are best for an amazing fling. They’re attractive and yearning, and they have decades—even centuries—of practice in bed.” —Charlaine Harris, author of the Sookie Stackhouse novels (the inspiration for HBO’s True Blood) and A Touch of Dead
No: “Being with one is no easy feat. Just try to focus on work during the day when you’re being transported to realms of ecstasy by his bite at night!” —Diana Laurence, author of the tongue-in-cheek self-help book How to Catch and Keep a Vampire
I’m not sure how you can “taste” a virtual drink, but the Iphone users our there in Trubieland I’m sure will find this fun.
Catamount Software announced the availability of VampBlood for the iPhone and iPod Touch. VampBlood is a virtual drink designed for vampires and fans of the HBO series True Blood.
Hardy Macia owner of Catamount Software stated, “It takes a lot of work to craft a high quality virtual drink. First you need to make sure the product works and tastes great, then you need to go through a more rigorous quality control process than the FDA.”
Vampires need not prey on the innocent any longer, and humans can enjoy drinking the synthetic blood without any of the aftertaste.
• Tilt to drink. Behaves like a the real stuff!
• Shake to refill your drink.
• Tap (i) to select different blood types.
• Tap (i) and click link to order the real stuff – TruBlood.
Here is what our users are already saying:
• “VampBlood is bloody fangtastic.” – Will R.
• “I can now get my fix of blood without travelling to the bars and bumping into a vampire.” – Dave M.
• “I just took a virtual drink, virtually grew fangs, virtually bit my girlfriends neck and am now virtually in awe. Amazing app” – Dylan R.
• “O+ tastes the best, mwahahahahahah” – Heidi B.
The Billsbabe’s Shoppe added apparel and merchandise with the text “When I grow up I want to be sheriff of Area 5”. Shirts in various colors, for children and adults, mugs, caps, bags and more.
The Billsbabe’s Shoppe is a non-profit – at cost fansite store. With every item purchased a small charitable donation will be made to the Brentwood Theatre in Essex, UK, of which Stephen Moyer is patron.
At the True Blood HBO Emmy After Party Special Stephen Moyer was asked about working with Anna Paquin, his real life fiancée, he told CNN’s Marquee Blog how much he loves getting to spend all of that extra time with her, but warned that it might not last for long. Will there be trouble for Bill and Sookie in Season 3?
“I love working with Anna–I don’t think we will be working together this season only because it’s very hard to make Bill and Sookie the couple just be Bill and Sookie the couple. Nobody wants to watch that forever–every single drama you’ve ever watched has that thing where now you’ve watched and now let’s put him over there and see how he works with her and how she works with him…so we’ll see!”
What do you think? Do you agree with Stephen? And, if not who will they “get it on” with?
Voice your opinions below: