Anna Paquins film ''Margaret''

Här är trailern och handlingen till en film Anna Paquin är med i. Filmen spelades in för ca 6 år sedan men släpptes på i usa idag.


MARGARET centers on a 17-year-old New York City high-school student who feels certain that she inadvertently played a role in a traffic accident that has claimed a woman's life. In her attempts to set things right she meets with opposition at every step. Torn apart with frustration, she begins emotionally brutalizing her family, her friends, her teachers, and most of all, herself. She has been confronted quite unexpectedly with a basic truth: that her youthful ideals are on a collision course against the realities and compromises of the adult world.


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Free True Blood Wallpapers!

HBO har laddat upp några stora bilder från True Blood som är perfekta att ha som tex bakgrundsbild till datan! Bilderna är från scener i säsong 4 och har även citat.

Här kan du ladda ner bilderna


Eric & Sookie i Entertainment Weekly SPOILERS

Bilder från tidningen Entertain Weekly som skrivit om True Blood och säsongsfinalen!

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Making True Blood: Dan Rebert - Pam season 4 SPOILERS

In the video below Dan Rebert shows us how Masters FX did the transition of Pam in True Blood Season 4 when the spell that rotted her face was placed on her by Marnie.  He talks about how Kristin Bauer was very integral in making it all work so well.

Making True Blood: Dan Rebert


Joe Manganiello i ''Two and a Half Men''

Joe Manganiello will guest on the CBS sitcom, “Two and a Half Men” on its Oct. 24 episode. EW’s Inside TV blog reports on his character:

He’ll play the smoldering hot boyfriend (as if he could play anything less) of Bridget, the ex-wife of Walden (Ashton Kutcher). Bridget will be portrayed by Judy Greer, who makes her first appearance on Monday.


Inside The Episode


Frågor & Svar

Raelle Tucker och Alan Ball pratar om vad som kan hända till säsong 5.

Will Tara (Rutina Wesley) Survive? “I can’t say whether she will be back in her present form, but we’ll continue to tell Tara’s story,” says Tucker.


Are Bill (Stephen Moyer) and Eric (Alexander Skarsgård) marked men after killing Nan and her guards? “They’ve been fighting witches all season, and now they will have to fight  the power elite of their own kind,” says Ball. Adds Tucker: “For once in their lives they need to rely on and trust each other. They team up to face a common enemy.”


Is Russell Edgington (Denis O’Hare) really back? Yes confirms Ball–and with “an interesting new alliance,” teases Tucker.


Will Werewolf Alcide (Joe Manganiello) finally win Sookie’s (Anna Paquin) heart? “They have a deep friendship and chemistry that we’ll continue to explore,” Tucker says. “But Sookie will be trying to stand on her own two feet next season.”


Will ghosts from Terry’s (Todd Lowe) past threaten his wife, Arlene (Carrie Preston)? “The ghosts will come back, and he and Arlene are going to be challenged by that,” Tucker confirms. “Terry’s PTSD comes from a particular incident we’ll learn more about. Scott Foley’s Patrick Devins has a huge part to play.”


What kind of vampire will former fang-hater Steve Newlin (Michael McMillian) be? “He will do what he believes is the righteous thing that God wants him to do, although it will be altered by his new condition,” Tucker says.


Any exciting new characters coming up? “There are a couple of new roles that will be very sexy,” says Ball. One in particular is “a strong, mysterious female at the center of one of our main stories,” Tucker says. “She’s fierce, one of the strongest women we will have seen on the show, a force to be reckoned with.”



Stephen Moyer & Anna Paquin iHBO After Emmy Party


Stupid Clown- Allan Hyde

More Alexander Skarsgård- E! News


New York Fashion Week Med Janina Gavankar

"Janina Gavankar displayed her chic and sexy side when she attended high fashion’s ultimate event, Spring 2012 Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week. Janina was front row at the Elie Tahari and the Herve Leger By Max Azria 2012 shows and also hit up Us Weekly’s 25 Most Stylish New Yorkers party. At the Herve Leger show, she sat alongside LeAnn Rimes, Michael Michelle, Byrdie Bell and Jessica White. Backstage at the same fashion show in an interview with PopsugarTv, Janina previews what to expect in season 5 and who’s her hot hookup ideal on True Blood."


Diskussion inläggen!

Många frågar om Disskusions inläggen... Förut efter varje avsnitt under hela säsong 3 hade vi ett diskussion inlägg. Då var det många som kommenterade och skrev och det var väldigt kul!  Började även ha det under säsong 4 också men de var inte så många som kommenterade så jag la ner det... Vill ni att vi ska börja med det igen?


Season 5 Promotion

Promotion för säsong 5 har redan börjat!! Säsong 5 kommer sändas i usa någon gång under sommaren 2012 :)


SPOILERS Avslöjade Av Raelle Tucker

True Blood säsong 4 har just slutat sändas efter sista avsnittet, "And When I Die". Och här nere kan du läsa lite SPOILERS om nästa säsong. Co-executive Producer, Raelle Tucker delar med sig lite av de saker som kommer att hända i säsong 5.

There will be a very significant, strong, mysterious woman at the center of one of our main stories next year,” says Raelle Tucker. “That will be a very familiar and compelling character. It may be someone you’ve heard of before.” We will also once again visit the fairy world touched upon at the beginning of season 4. Says Tucker, “Season 5 will explore more fairies, new fairies, fairies in a way you haven’t really seen fairies. We will all, as well as Sookie, come to understand fairies more than in previous seasons.”

Scott Foley’s Patrick, who we met in the finale, will bring trouble to Terry (Todd Lowe) and Arlene (Carrie Preston). Says Tucker, “His arc has to do with Terry’s past coming back to haunt Bon Temps and Arlene and their life they’re trying to set up together.” The identity of the wolf seen growling at Sam (Sam Trammell) in the final moments will be revealed — and, according to Tucker, is “someone you have never met before.” Tucker, who wrote the season finale, won’t confirm, though, if said werewolf is Alcide’s (Joe Manganiello) father, Jackson, who is featured in book 5 of Charlaine Harris’ Sookie Stackhouse novels. The unearthed King of Mississippi, Russell Edgington (Denis O’Hare), will be back. “Russell is not dead,” says Tucker. “It’s safe to assume the king of Mississippi is not gone for good.” Also look for former Fellowship of the Sun leader — and now vampire — Steve Newlin (Michael McMillian). Teases Tucker, “I will say that Steve’s reason for returning to Jason is not at all what you expect.”

Then there’s Sookie, who blew off three supernatural hunks to be alone. Fans of Eric (Alexander Skarsgård) and Sookie’s romance will be sad to know that her independent streak will continue next year. “While there will always be romance in Sookie’s life, Sookie at the moment is choosing herself over all of them,” reveals Tucker. “I think that will continue to play into season 5.“ At least there’s the potential for a new bromance — or a Thelma & Louise-style fugitive friendship — between Eric and Bill (Stephen Moyer) now that they’ve killed Nan Flanagan (Jessica Tuck). Teases Tucker, “The consequences of their actions in the finale are going to chase them for a while next year.”



Kristin Bauer van Straten (Pam) och Joe Manganiello (Alcide) pratar om deras roller i serien och svara på några frågor från fans.


Ps. Förlåt för att inte ha bloggat på ett tag, har inte haft tillgång till internet de senaste dagarna. But now im back! :)

Recap ''And When I Die'' SPOILERS

Ep. 48 - Recap

Inside the Episode ''And When i Die''

Ep. 48 - Inside the Episode


Pictures From the Season finale


Nästa asvnitt ''And When I Die'' SEASON FINALE

Nästa avsnitt av säsong 4 är avsnitt 12 som heter ''And When I Die''. Det är sista avsnittet av säsong 4 och kommer sändas ikväll/natt i USA.


Season Finale.  It’s Samhain, Wicca’s greatest holy day, and spirits of the dead surface in Bon Temps, giving Sookie some valuable allies to combat Marnie’s newest incarnation.  Lafayette’s latest medium encounter imperils his relationship with Jesus; Jason finds confession good for the soul, but not the body; Alcide makes a heartfelt appeal to the woman he loves; Terry receives an unexpected visitor at Merlotte’s; Sam and Luna envision a storybook ending, for once; Nan wears out her welcome with Bill and Eric.  As Season Four comes to a shattering conclusion, Debbie confronts Sookie and Tara with deadly consequences, and the denizens of Bon Temps brace for a new crisis with a familiar face.




Ep. 48 Preview

Snabb genomgång vad förra avsnittet ''Soul of Fire'' (Avsnitt 11) handlade om:

Ep. 47 - Recap

Vi ber verkligen ursäkt för den dåliga uppdateringen! Både jag och Salisha har haft fullt upp pga att skolan har börjat. Vi kommer leta efter fler bloggare så att uppdateringen blir som vanligt igen. Håll ut!

Klipp från säsongsavslutningen!

Sista avsnittet av säsong 4 heter ''And When I Die''

Ep. 48 Clip - Alcide Makes His Pitch

Ep. 48 Clip - Tommy Is Laid to Rest


Jessicas videoblogg

Jessica's Blog: Where Have All the Cowboys Gone

Hennes Blogg hittar du HÄR

Season Finale Preview

Ep. 48 Preview

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Inside the Episode ''Soul of Fire''

Ep. 47 - Inside the Episode

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Nästa avsnitt ''Soul of Fire''

Nästa avsnitt av säsong 4 är avsnitt 11 som heter ''Soul of Fire'' Det kommer sändas ikväll/natt i USA.


As the Wiccan-vampire standoff reaches a critical juncture, Sookie summons her faerie powers to prevent Marnie from bewitching Bill, Eric and Pam into a suicide march, while Jesus casts a secret spell designed to un-bind Antonia and break the witch’s deadly defenses.  Sam settles a score with Marcus; Alcide confronts Debbie about her allegiances; Andy finds unexpected passion in the forest; Lafayette is consumed by the past.


Ep. 47 - Preview

Snabb genomgång vad förra avsnittet ''Burning Down the House'' (Avsnitt 10) handlade om:

Ep. 46 - Recap


Battleship - Alexander Skarsgård


Behind the Scenes:


Från nästa avsnitt ''Soul of Fire''

Ep. 47 Clip - Jason Stands Up for Sookie

Ep. 47 Clip - Marnie Just Puked

Ep. 47 Clip - Where's Marcus?


Promo för avsnitt 12 SPOILERS

Vi har inte sett avsnitt 11 än en HBO har redan lagt ut en promo för sista avsnittet av säsong 4


Tänk att det bara är två avsnitt kvar :(

Säsong 3 på svt


Avsnitt 1 av säsong 3 ''Bad''

Avsnitt 1 av säsong 3 sändes igår på svt 1 och heter ''Bad''.

Om du missade avsnittet går i repris på Söndag kl 00.35 och du kan även se det HÄR Svt Play.

Handlig på engelska:

Sookie turns to Eric for help finding Bill. Andy urges Jason to stay the course. Sam wants to reconnects with his past so he begins his search for his birth parents. Tara seeks refuge from her grief. Lafayette gives Lettie May one more chance to help Tara. Meanwhile Jason and Andy work to cover up the truth about Eggs death. Sophia-Anne makes a surprise visit to Fangtasia.


Handling på svenska:

Bill är fortfarande i kidnapparnas våld, och Sookie söker hjälp hos en något upptagen Eric. Pam föreslår att Eric ska rådgöra med Sophie-Anne om Bills försvinnande, men Eric vill inte riskera Drottningens vrede över att en vampyr tillfångatagits under hans jurisdiktion. Samtidigt är Tara utom sig av vrede och sorg efter Eggs död.

Inside the Episode

Ep. 25: Inside the Episode

The Swedish Invader Alexander Skarsgård

Alexander Skarsgard is on the cover of October, 2011 Out Magazine. The Scandinavian Alexander, along with filmmaker Jonas Åkerlund talk about their homeland, home sweet home Sweden.

Alexander Skarsgård vs. Jonas Åkerlund


The star of True Blood and Lars Von Trier’s upcoming Melancholia talks with the filmmaker about the Swedish conquest of Hollywood, national differences in etiquette, and why Swedes get so much sex.


Alexander Skarsgård, best known for his role in HBO’s lusty drama True Blood, to sit down with director Jonas Åkerlund — whose seminal videos have included Madonna’s “Ray of Light,” Christina Aguilera’s “Beautiful,” and Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi,” (which starred a then–largely unknown Skarsgård as Gaga’s paramour) — to help answer the question.



Out: As Swedes abroad, both working in the entertainment industry, you must feel like the go-to spokespeople for Sweden.

Alexander Skarsgård: I love my country. I always love talking about it, especially as an expat. When you live there you bitch about everything, but when you move away, all you remember is how amazing and wonderful it is. You remember all the sunny days and forget the rainy days.

Jonas Åkerlund: It was very rare to hear about Sweden, period, when I moved to Los Angeles in 1996. You were still mixed up with Switzerland. Now there’s Swedish music everywhere, actors and directors, everything, everywhere. And it didn’t used to be like that. You were very happy and proud when you heard Ace of Base on the radio.



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Skarsgård: Not to mention all the songwriters and producers, as well as the musicians. Every other song on Billboard seems to be produced or written by a Swede.

Åkerlund: The one profession that was left behind was film-making, which is now catching up a little. Music and fashion has been out there for a while, but lately I’ve also begun to notice Swedish co-producers and directors working abroad.

Skarsgård: The reason I went to L.A. a few years ago was because the young interesting filmmakers didn’t get a chance to tell their stories or do their movies because the older generation, who were pretty mediocre filmmakers, were the only ones making movies in Sweden. That’s changed so much now. I’m excited about going back to Sweden to work with young, cool Swedish filmmakers. It’s really a vibrant industry. And now, for the first time, there are a lot of Swedes working on Hollywood projects, often on super low-budget films.

Åkerlund: But it becomes a trend — everyone wants a Swede now. Getting that opportunity is one thing, but living up to it or holding onto it is another thing.

Skarsgård: Exactly, we’re like the flavor of the month. Next month it will be Finland.

Åkerlund: Oh, never say that. Never Finland. It’s interesting, though, Alex. I met you at the Chateau Marmont. We looked around and there were, like, 10 Swedes around us, and not one Finn, no Danes. Wherever you go there are Swedes. But I rarely meet other Scandinavians.

Out: Is there anything that helps define a Swedish sensibility or identity?

Skarsgård: I think it has to do with minimalism in terms of everything. There’s a lot going on under the surface. It’s something hidden. And that’s always interesting to me. You have to dig deeper. It’s like a duck — calm on the surface, but paddling like a motherfucker underneath.


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Åkerlund: It all depends on where you are in the world. It’s easier for a Swede to stick out in America than, say, Italy or France, because their personalities are so different. The one thing we learn is we don’t really talk much about what we’re doing — we just do it. And that’s the biggest difference between us. In America, people talk a lot. I never talk; I just work. To me, to be on time and to deliver on time and stay on budget, and not just say, “Let’s do lunch,” but actually call up and book a lunch — that makes you different.

Skarsgård: There’s something about the sincerity that I miss in America. When someone asks, “What do you think of this painting?” or “How do you like these shoes?” I would take a second and actually look at the shoes or painting and say, “I like it.” Some people are kind of uncomfortable with that. When you ask, “How do you like my shoes,” they say, “I LOVE THEM.” They say, “YOU LOOK AMAZING; I LOVE IT!” At the same time, the reason Swedes can hold back is just because they don’t want you to think that you’re special or great or better than they are. At least when people in the U.S. like something, they say it.

Åkerlund: That’s very true. There aren’t many compliments flying around Sweden. I worked a good 10 years in Sweden before I came to America, and not once did anyone tell me I was good or that my stuff was great. And then I came to America and I heard it every day. That was the first time I actually believed in myself. But you can never return home a hero. Whatever you do is not really interesting in Sweden.

Skarsgård: Even if you have money in Sweden, it’s frowned upon to show off. In L.A., you see all these people driving around in yellow Hummers and wearing rhinestone dresses, and they live in fake palaces. Ingvar Kamprad, the founder of Ikea, was riding around in a beat-up old Volvo from 1980 until just a couple of years ago.

Out: Many of us have this impression of Sweden as this utopian paradise, but a lot of the arts culture is characteristically dark, from death metal to Bergman.

Åkerlund: I wouldn’t say it’s just that, is it? Maybe. I always thought we had a different shock level there. I didn’t realize, until I came abroad, that some of the stuff I did was controversial or different or dark.

Out: So that probably makes something like True Blood, which is seen in America as pretty dark, seem relatively mild in Sweden?

Skarsgård: Very tame, very tame, by Swedish standards.

Åkerlund: One thing I notice when I’ve been in Los Angeles and then come back to Sweden is that when I put on the TV and see a naked person, I go, “Whoa.” It takes me a little bit of time to convert every time I come back. It’s just two different cultures.

Skarsgård: And that always strikes me as weird because parents in the States freak out if their kids see a nipple or a butt cheek, but at the same time they’re OK with their kids watching people bash each other’s heads in with baseball bats. I notice in interviews in the U.S. all people want to talk about is nudity. You have a half-hour interview, and you spend 25 minutes talking about the nude scenes, and of course, if it makes sense as a scene, I’ll do it. I don’t even think someone — some guy who doesn’t know any gay people or black people, who may have all these prejudices — if that guy watches the show and thinks, I really like this character, then you’ve done something pretty good.


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Out: If you had to choose the greatest Swede of all time, who would it be?

Skarsgård: The actor Ernst-Hugo Järegård. He’s been such a big inspiration in my life. He played the lead in Lars von Trier’s The Kingdom, the Danish TV series. And that performance was kind of when I knew I wanted to be an actor. It’s just amazing. It’s similar to what Ricky Gervais did in The Office — one of those characters that you just love to hate, or hate to love. You’re not sure what it is, but you’re just mesmerized.

Out: What’s the thing you always miss when you’re away from Sweden?

Åkerlund: Two things only: the change of the seasons, which are so extreme in Sweden, and my mom’s cooking. Those are the only things I really care about.

Skarsgård: Also, I think part of the reason why there are so many musicians coming out of Sweden is you’re encouraged to play an instrument, or to sing and be creative, from a very early age, and it’s free. It’s a combination of a good school system and the long, dark winters. Because that means people sit in their garages and play music for five months because it’s too cold and dark to be outside.

Åkerlund: That’s the boning season. [Laughter] And then it’s spring, and that’s also boning season. And summer’s the best boning season.

Skarsgård: And that’s also why we’re so liberal and so cool with our sexuality — because we fuck a lot [laughter].

Åkerlund: How much time can you spend playing the drums?

Skarsgård: When you’re bored, just have sex.


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