Monthly Archives: May 2013

Hollywood Boulevard interview with ASkars *spoilers*

Hollywood Boulevard interviewed Alexander Skarsgard recently, and while he tried to be his usual cagey self when it came to spoilers, he did actually say some intriguing things.  Below the Read More!

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Choice words for season 6 *spoilery*

Inside True Blood released a short interview with Brian Buckner, the new showrunner, on his take on season 6.  Below the Read More!

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Inside line on Sarah Newlin *spoilers*

Ever wondered what Sarah Newlin thinks about her ex-husband’s new identity as a gay vampire American? (That phrase, incidentally, modeled on my own former Governor’s coming out on national TV) in Matt from TVLine has the inside scoop, below the Read More!

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TATM interview with Askars and Brit Marling

Tonight at the Movies did an interview with Alexander Skarsgard and Brit Marling for The East.  Interesting insights into ASkars’ process of creating a character as an actor.  Check it out!

Bill a prophet? *spoilers*

Don’t ask me why International Business Times has spoilers we haven’t seen before, but they do.  Excerpts below the Read More and read the rest of the article here.  It pulls together several recent sources into one place, so definitely worth the read!

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Rolling Stone talks new TB soundtrack

The newest True Blood soundtrack came out yesterday and Rolling Stone has an article talking with Gary Calamar, True Blood’s music supervisor, about the process of selecting the music for the show.  He solves a mystery which had come up in spoiler discussion about the title for episode 6.01, which changed from “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” to “Who Are You Really?” earlier this month.  Excerpt below, but you can read the whole interview here.

Calamar says his work on True Blood is distinct from other shows in that each episode is named after a particular song. “So when I receive the script early on, it has a title, sometimes of a song that is well-known and sometimes a song that I’ve never heard of,” he explains. He recalls a recent instance when he received a Season Six script entitled “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood,” its name derived from the much-covered song recorded by Nina Simone and the Animals, among others.

“So immediately I started running with it and we eventually made a new recording with Eric Burdon and Jenny Lewis,” he says. “I put those two together, and they did an amazing version.”

Burdon was happy to take part. “The True Blood recording has a really fresh feeling to it,” he says. “It’s way different than the first recording with the Animals.”

As luck would have it, the episode’s title has been changed. “Now we’re finding a new spot for that song,” Calamar says, laughing. “It’s just the way crazy television works.”

Eric’s “Stake List” *spoilery*

The HBO True Blood page on Facebook released a promotional image today that hints at what is to come for Eric.  Below the Read More!

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