Tisdagen den 30 November börjar de spela in säsong 4! Hoppas vi kommer få se några bilder från inspelningen.

Och som det ser ut nu kommer säsong 4 kommer ha premiär den 12 Juni 2011 i USA!

Längtar redan!


Grattis Ryan Kwanten!

Igår 27 November fyllde Ryan (som spelar Jason) 34 år! Vi på truebloods.se hoppas han hade en riktig bra födelsedag!

Han firade sin födelsedag True Bloos style i Chicago på nattklubben The Underground!




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Alexander Skarsgård i filmen ''13''

Nu har den första bilden på Alexanders karaktär Jack från filmen ''13'' släpps!

“13 is director Gela Babluani’s remake of his French-language film 13 Tzameti, which centers on a naive young man who assumes a dead man’s identity and finds himself embroiled in an underground world of power, violence, and chance where men gamble behind closed doors on the lives of other men.”



Intervju med Rutina Wesley

Edge Magazine fick chansen att intervjua Rutina Wesley.

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Well, that is not entirely accurate. Actress Rutina Wesley, one of the stars of the HBO series True Blood, did not stay. The daughter of professional dancers, the Las Vegas born-and-bred Wesley took her show on the road—first to the University of Evansville as an undergrad and then to the Juilliard School in New York. Along the way, Wesley also studied at London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. A plum role on Broadway in David Hare’s The Vertical Hour and the lead in the 2007 dance film How She Move earned her an audition for Alan Ball, who was casting the tricky role of Tara Thornton in True Blood. The depth she brought to the character not only won her the part, it has since made Wesley one of the most popular characters on television. EDGE Assignments Editor Zack Burgess took the actress back to Las Vegas to talk about her show business roots and inspirations, and to explore the imaginative and eclectic Rutina Look (his words, not hers). The ground rules for the interview? Only one “vampire question” allowed (our rules, not hers). Oh, the pressure! As usual, Zack saved the best for last.

EDGE: You grew up in a town that isn’t always known for its taste, but it is definitely known for its style.

RW: True.

EDGE: Yet you seem to have developed a keen sense for both. How did that happen?

RW: Being the daughter of a mother who was a professional dancer had a definite influence. My mother loves to dress and she has a great sense of style, with the feathers and colors and all. I can go in any direction, from elegant to tomboyish. I think traveling as much as I have has helped, as well.

EDGE: Does your sense of style come naturally or is it something that you have to plan and work on?

RW: A little bit of both. I’m a chameleon with my style because there are so many things I like; it’s hard for me to choose. I love to glam it up for events and wear things that I can’t in everyday life, but I also love to run around in jeans and sneakers, especially since I’m secretly a sneaker freak.

EDGE: Is there a story behind the Rutina Look?

RW: I definitely consider myself a New York girl. I just like the style of New York. There really is no story behind my look. I just think I have a good sense of what makes good and bad fashion—although I have been known to take risk with fashion from time to time.

EDGE: Who are some of the designers that you like?

RW: Jean Paul Gaultier, Cynthia Vincent, Stacey Bendet [Alice & Olivia], Versace, Tadashi—there are just too many to name. I like a variety. It’s nice to switch it up every once in a while.

EDGE: Were there actors you felt drawn to as a girl—any that you wanted to model yourself after?

RW: Of course. Angela Bassett, Viola Davis, Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts come to mind. I consider them all people who carry themselves with dignity and class, and who have mastered their craft.

EDGE: On True Blood, there is a lot of grittiness to your character, Tara, in the face of unimaginable danger and evil. Where do you reach down and pull that from?

RW: I know a few people who were forced to grow up too fast because of something that happened in their lives. I tend to draw from the stories I’ve heard from them. I’ll just take myself to these dark places and use my imagination, to picture what it would be like to grow up in a home that was abusive and volatile, try to think of how that would make me feel. I do always try to come from a place of honesty and humanity, because I don’t want it to be too over-the-top. A lot of the time, though, I can get a true sense of things from the words I’m given in the script. I’m lucky to be working with some amazing writers.

EDGE: Talk about the performing arts school you attended in Vegas. People picture Fame on the Strip. What was the reality like?

RW: Yeah, I can see how people would think that. You know what our first play was? Fame! It was a ton of fun. We were always doing something. Whether we were singing songs from Grease or performing Shakespeare, I love Shakespeare, it was definitely a wonderful experience. It prepared me for what was to come and fueled my desire and drive to become who I am today.

EDGE: What percentage of your classmates had parents who were entertainers, as you did?

RW: Not many at all. Most of the kids’ parents either worked on the Strip or had their own businesses.

EDGE: You mentioned your mother’s influence. In what ways has your father helped your career?

RW: Both of my parents prepared me for what to expect as I made my way in this business. My father was always there to say make sure you read something before you sign it, and makes sure you have a lawyer.

EDGE: Was acting your first love?

RW: I would have to say dance was my first love. But I had to choose, and acting just made more sense. With acting I can do so many things. I can even dance if I want to. I can always dance in a musical.

EDGE: After earning your theater degree at Evansville, you made the quantum leap to Juilliard. Looking back, can you identify the performances that won you a spot there?

RW: At Evansville we did a lot of Shakespeare, and we had to perform many monologues, which they knew about at Juilliard. So they made me do all of them, which is amazing when you think about it.

EDGE: Looking back, which Juilliard teachers played key roles in your development as an actress?

RW: John Stix and Richard Feldman were very influential.

EDGE: Is Juilliard harder to get in or stay in? And who were some of the teachers who were influential in your development as a performer?

RW: Both are hard! They used to have a cut rule, but they don’t anymore, which is good. That way you can really concentrate on your craft and not worry about being sent home. It was definitely challenging, but worth every minute of my time. It was fun—just an awesome experience. I met lifelong friends there. I met my husband there. It was, and has been, one of the greatest experiences of my life. Recently I was walking with a friend from high school and he reminded me that I once said that I would go to Juilliard. I didn’t remember that. He reminded me that I was living out my dream. I couldn’t help but start crying right there on the streets of New York.

EDGE: When you were cast in The Vertical Hour on Broadway, what kind of expectations did you have in terms of building a personal or professional relationship with Julianne Moore?

RW: None really. But she was nothing but exceptional to work with and be around. It was a small cast, so we really became like a family. To work with Julianne and Bill Nighy, who is a true professional, was a remarkable experience. And to work with people you admire and to have them treat you well, it was such a pleasant experience. I have nothing but positive memories of working with Julianne and being around her.

EDGE: What did you learn about the craft from her?

RW: Her work ethic was amazing. The way Julianne immersed herself in her character was a very good thing to see. She works so hard at her craft that it can’t help but rub off on you—especially if you are willing to learn. She’s a risk-taker. She’s not afraid to do different things with a character.

EDGE: In what ways did the director, Sam Mendes, have an impact on your approach to performing?

RW: He was always working to get the best out of you. He forced—and allowed—me to stretch as an actress. Which is what good directors do.

EDGE: Juilliard connections can take you in any number of directions. In your case, it led to your part on True Blood, through a classmate, Nelsan Ellis, who is now your co-star.

RW: Yes, we have known each other forever and have been good friends throughout. So it was great when he recommended me for the part. It was so natural because he knew my work and what I was capable of. When I found out I got the part I was driving out of a Starbucks parking lot. I was so excited I almost crashed the car. So I pulled over and just started screaming.

EDGE: Is it fun being a celebrity?

RW: It’s fun. Although I still have a hard time considering myself a celebrity. But in this business if you are being recognized for what you do, it’s a sign that you are doing well. And so far, it has been very good to me and I am enjoying it. I consider myself fortunate.

EDGE: Final question. Would you rather be trapped in a room with a vampire or a Hollywood agent?

RW: I would have to say a vampire. At least with a vampire, I think I’d have a chance of surviving.


Svar om säsong 4!

Jo, säsong 4 kommer garanterat komma ut och HBO har gjort det officiellt att vi kommer få se säsong 4 till sommaren 2011!

Kevin Alejandro i Latina Magazine


Grattis Kristin Bauer!

Grattis på födelsedagen Kristis (som spelar Pam) önskar vi på truebloods.se!

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Grattis Charlaine Harris!

Idag fyller Charlaine Harris författaren av Sookie Stackhouse böckerna år! Vi på truebloods.se hoppas hon har en underbar födelsedag!

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True Blood Graphic Novel Covers Volume 2

Joe Manganiello i Vanity Fair Italy Magazine

Oj, det blev många bilder på våra Ture blood skådespelare nu men jag tror ingen har emot det eftersom bilderna är så läckra, eller har jag fel? ;) Speciellt den har photoshooten med Joe Manganiello om ni frågar mig!
Klicka på dem små bilderna för större!

Anna Camp i Garden & Gun Magazine

Klicka på bilden för större format!

Rutina Wesley i Edge magazine

Tjejen kan sin sak, läckert!
Klicka här för att se fler bilder!

Joe Manganiello i People’s 2010 Sexiest Man Alive Issue

Jisses! People har en liten smyg titt på deras 2010 Sexiest Man Alive Issue. Klicka här för att se en intervju med Joe där han pratar om hans varg talanger m.m.


A self-described “ugly duckling,” Manganiello, 34, has physically transformed into a hunky werewolf on True Blood thanks to his six-days-a-week, twice-daily workouts. But it’s not about vanity: “I’m playing a supernaturally strong character; I need to look that way,” Manganiello tells PEOPLE.


intervju med Natasha Alam

 Natasha Alam är en rysk-american skådis och modell som vi säkert känner igen från säsong 3 i True Blood. Där hon spelade som Yvette, en dansare på Fangtasia. I intervjun nedan så berättar hon om sin 1 åriga dotter Valentina och hur moderskap har förändrat henne både som modell och som mamma.

FP 5735895 RIJ MOMMY ADIRI 091510 1 228x300 Natasha Alam says motherhood keeps her focused!

CBS: You are mom to 1-year-old daughter Valentina. Tell us what she’s into. What kind of a baby is she?

Natasha Alam:
“Valentina has a fun, goofy personality. She is very friendly and likes to be the center of attention anywhere she goes. She likes to entertain people. She loves to say ‘hi’ to everyone she sees, but when she doesn’t get a response she gets confused [laughs]. She doesn’t understand yet that people are not used to such friendly approach. Sometimes this makes me feel a bit sad for not being able to explain that to her at this stage of her life.”

CBS: How has motherhood changed you?

Natasha Alam:
“Not much…and yet a lot. I’m more responsible and everything I do is with her in my mind. I don’t have time for stupid things anymore, which is good in a way. I do sometimes miss being alone in my house, to recuperate and just be. But when I have the opportunity to be alone with myself when I’m away on a work-related trip, I miss Valentina so much.”

CBS: How do you balance your Hollywood career and motherhood?

Natasha Alam:
“Well how does anyone with kids balance work and father/motherhood?! You just do it. The good thing is I don’t have time for useless stuff anymore like playing video games, watching TV, shopping when I really don’t need anything. Motherhood keeps me focused on the important stuff. Every day I think about what else I can do to entertain her, where else I can take her, what else can I show her. And it’s a lot fun.

On the other hand, I love my job so I do have to find time to strategize my next move and make a decision on what acting job to accept or turn down. With a baby on my hands I have become very picky and carefully choose the events I attend and my jobs.”

CBS: Did you celebrate Halloween? If so, tell us about Valentina’s costume.

Natasha Alam: “
Valentina was Tinker Bell. She looked so cute – people were running after her to give her more candy after having already given her some. She understood the drill pretty quick and as soon as the door opened she raised her little bucket for candy every ime. She took it very seriously.”

CBS: You are originally from Russia. Have you had a chance to take Valentina home to Russia yet? Has your family come to visit?

Natasha Alam:
“She hasn’t been to Russia yet or Uzbekistan where her mommy was born and raised but my mom has moved to L.A. to help me care for her. I’m hoping to take her there once she is old enough to understand the difference between the countries.”

CBS: You have a role on the popular TV series True Blood. What is it like working on that set? Do you take Valentina to work with you?

Natasha Alam:
“I’m so grateful to be a part of such an amazing cast and team of True Blood. It’s really like a whole different world to be there. I love every bit of it. Valentina still has to come visit me on the set – I hope it happens very soon. I can’t wait to get back on set of this spectacular show.”



Dagens Skämt

Dagens Bild/ Skämt Hehe

Tyckte bara hennes min var perfekt!

Alexander Skarsgård på framsidan av Scene Magazine

Alexander Skarsgård is on the cover of Louisiana’s Entertainment Magazine – Scene Magazine’s November-December issue.  The article and cover are below and you can see the digital version of the magazine HERE

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Ny skådespelare! SPOILERS

True Blood has made its second major Season 4 hire: Dexter actress Courtney Ford is joining the show as a recurring character. The actress, who ironically just completed a stint on another vampire drama, The CW’s The Vampire Diaries, will play Portia Bellefleur, a classic Southern beauty who runs her own law practice.

The character is the sister of Bon Temps’ bumbling detective Andy (Chris Bauer). The news comes just days after Irish actress Fiona Shaw was cast in the series regular role of Marnie, a self-loathing medium who becomes possessed by a witch.




True Blood har blivit nominerade för två People’s Choice Awards!


True Blood har blibit nominerade i kategorierna:



  • Burn Notice
  • Dexter
  • Pretty Little Liars
  • True Blood
  • White Collar


  • Fringe
  • Smallville
  • Supernatural
  • True Blood
  • The Vampire Diaries

Kom igen och rösta nu! Det tar bara några minuter...

Rösta på True Blood kan ni göra HÄR!!



Är det någon annan som ser att bloggen ser helt konstig ut eller är det bara på min dator?? För jag har inte rört designen någonting?!

UPDATE: Tack! Lyckades fixa den ^^

Lindsey Haun pratar om hennes karaktär Hadley

I klippet pratar Lindsey lite om vad som kommer hända med Hadley, Sookies kusin i säsong 4.


Intervju med Kristin om bland annat att prata svenska

I intervjun berättar hon att det är Alexander Skarsgård som lär henne svenska och lite annat.

Sydney Star Observer caught up with True Blood’s Kristin Bauer during trip to Australia and heard about her passion for the environment, playing a bisexual vampire, and Ryan Kwanten’s practical jokes.

As we previously reported, Kristin was in town to raise awareness about whaling for the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), Bauer took journalists on a whale watching cruise out past the Sydney Harbour heads .

Bauer said as someone with a passion for the environment it was great to be working on a show where social issues were the subtext.

“Everything about [True Blood] show pushes the boundaries, which is really fun to be part of,” said Bauer.

“The King of Mississippi — played by Denis O’Hare, a phenomenal actor — says the human race is going to become extinct and the vampires are going to lose their food supply.

“So there’s the issue of how we deal with having seven billion people on the planet.”

“It’s really great to be part of a show that not only looks amazing but is also so intelligent.”

Bauer, who brought South African husband Abri van Staten with her on the trip, said it was a great challenge to play the bisexual vampire Pam De Beufort on the show.

“I’m beyond thrilled to play such a wonderful unapologetic character — she doesn’t have an ounce of political correctness or apology anywhere in her and I just love that.”

And the show’s vampires “coming out of the coffin”, was another part of that subtext she enjoyed.

“[True Blood creator] Alan Ball has said that this is the era we live in. If the show had been made 50 years ago we’d have been talking about race relations and the civil rights movement.”


A challenge for Bauer has been her character speaking Swedish with Swedish co-star Alexander Skarsgard, who she said has been her dialect coach on the show.

“In the script it will say ‘will be in Swedish’ and my heart stops. I call Alex and in this wonderful world of Apple he records my lines in Swedish on his iPhone and emails them to me. That goes onto my iPod and I listen to Alex speaking my lines for two or three weeks and I repeat them hundreds of times.

“In those scenes instead of looking to the director I look at Alex after every take to see if I’ve gotten it right. For me its memorising gibberish so it’s slightly nerve wracking.”

Bauer said watching co-star Nelsan Ellis change into flamboyant gay drug dealer Lafayette Reynolds on set was a standout experience from the show — in real life Ellis is heterosexual and a father of young children.

“He’s just an incredible actor and he transforms so much when he becomes Lafayette, I’d met Nelsan before we’d started filming, but the first time I saw him do a scene I had to introduced myself again. He’s that seamless and believable as Lafayette.”



Joe Manganiello hittas tillsammans med Odjuret :)

Joe Manganiello hade en fantastisk tid på Disney's Hollywood Studios den 5 november 2010 i Lake Buena Vista, Florida.True Blood skönheten sågs umgås med dam-vargen Audra Marie och Odjuret, från Disneys filmen "Skönheten och Odjuret". Här kan du se fler bilder.



Kommer Franklin Mott återvända till showen? SPOILERS

I True Bloods tredje säsong blev Franklin Mott och skjuten av Jason (Ryan Kwanten) med en trä kula. Nu har skådespelaren James Frain bekräftat att hans True Blood karaktär är död.

Frain har nu berättat till Entertainment Weekly att han inte tror att han kommer

He’s done,” sa han. “Dead. Gone. Once they goo you, there’s no coming back from that. Goo equals gone.”

Samtidigt så berättar Frain att han gillade att arbeta med showen: “He was such a great character and he was the most fun to play ever, but I think part of what made it so fun was that it was a contained ride. When you’ve got someone that psycho, where is he going to go next? There’s something cool about the fact that it was like a hit and run. But I do miss him.”



Vill inte du ha en True Blood staty?

Du har det kommit en ny sorts staty med Bill och Sookie. Visst är den fin? Jag tycker dem har gjort den jättebra!
Källa: truebloodguide.com

Evan Rachel Wood & Ryan Kwanten på listan av dem hetaste singlarna!

Ja, jag kan ju inte säga att jag är förvånad att Evan och Ryan står på listan! Detta är MSN's lista på de 100 snyggaste singlarna.

Ryan Kwanten

Age: 34
Relationship Status: Single

“Australian women tend to tell it like it is, even if it’s the brutal, honest truth,” Ryan has said of his female Aussie
counterparts. “I think American women usually break it to you a little easier. There’s a softer side to them.”

Evan Rachel Wood

Age: 23
Relationship Status: Single

“I think [love] happens when you least expect it, and that’s usually the best, you know, when love finds you ….
I believe in fate in a weird way, I guess,” Wood told Moviefone last year.



Intervju med Chris Bauer

Movie Mikes fick nöjet att intervjua Chris Bauer (aka Andy Bellefleur) för ett litet tag sedan. De pratar mest om hans karaktär i True Blood och hur han har förändrats.

Chris Bauer is known for his role of Andy Bellefleur in HBO’s “True Blood” With the show entering its fourth season next year. Movie Mikes had a chance to talk with Chris to discuss his character and how he has changed over through the seasons. We also discussed his other film roles and what he is currently working on besides “True Blood”.

Mike Gencarelli: Tell us what has been the best part of playing Andy Bellefleur in “True Blood”?
Chris Bauer: The best part for me, so far, is that, like it or not, for better or worse, there’s something about this guy that I love. There’s an essential kind of insecurity mixed with strength and moral fortitude that I’m interested in…that I identify with. I think the guy’s funny. And in a lot of ways I think he’s the portal the audience see’s that world through. And that’s a fun role to have.

MG: How do you feel that your character has grown season by season?
CB: I think he’s gotten more dynamic. He’s gotten more human. He has gone from, essentially, a plot function into a contradictory, complicated character. And that humanity is what I like to bring to a role. To me that’s the difference between a character and an idea. In the first season he was out to break Jason Stackhouse’s balls. (laughs) And that was fun. In the second season we found out a little more of his biographical background. He went on this bender. And his obsession to get things right turned out to be true. And he paid the price for it in the third season. But I would love to see him expand more. I would love to see that whole human dimension take up more space. But in the mean time I think they are continuing to write an interesting and compelling character that I’m very happy to play. This is the sixth TV show that I’ve been a regular on and I’ve never been the kind of actor who gets right up the writer’s ass to find out what they’re going to do with the character. I look forward to the surprise…week to week…to see what happens next. I trust the writers that I work with. I’ve been very lucky in my career to work with very talented and inspired writers. And it’s a thrill to see how the character evolves, symbiotically, through your relationship with the writers and their experience with your work.

MG: What has been the most difficult part of working on the show?
CB: Honest to God, there’s two versions to that. The logistical one…for the first two years I commuted from
New York to L.A. I was out there by myself a lot and really missed my wife and kids. And I’m really not the kind of guy who wants to be flying from coast to coast every ten days. On the creative side, the most difficult thing is unfortunately the downside of one of the strengths of the show. One of the strengths of the show is that it has a library of characters that inhabit a really broad world. And unfortunately, we only have sixty minutes per episode to visit all of these characters. I’d like to think that I keep myself in really fit creative shape. And that I devote my life, and have devoted my life heading into my mid 40s, to getting really good at one thing, which is acting. And if you think of a race horse being good to go as soon as the gate opens, basically the horse gets into a gallop and the race is over. That’s hard. I want to take the ball and run. Very few of us get to do that on “True Blood.” The good thing is what we get to do is pretty rich…it’s pretty interesting. It’s pretty inspired and that makes up for the limited screen time.

MG: What can we expect from Andy Bellefleur in Season Four?
CB: I don’t know! This is the sixth TV show that I’ve been a regular on and I’ve never been the kind of actor who gets right up the writer’s ass to find out what they’re going to do with the character. I look forward to the surprise…week to week…to see what happens next. I trust the writers that I work with. I’ve been very lucky in my career to work with very talented and inspired writers. And it’s a thrill to see how the character evolves, symbiotically, through your relationship with the writers and their experience with your work. But at the same time it’s disappointing sometimes. When you open that script and you don’t have much to do, that’s a disappointment. That’s a straight up “I wanted a 10-speed for Christmas and I got a Big Wheel.” (laughs) But that’s sometimes how it is.

MG: I’m a big fan of the “Masters of Horror” episode “Sounds Like.” Talk about working on that show?
CB: I’m really glad that you saw that, number one. I’m very proud of that piece of work. Brad Anderson directed that and to me he’s one of the greatest filmmakers out there. He’s got it all. He’s a really thoughtful, unique writer. And as a director, you can’t ask for somebody more well prepared and concentrated and really there to support your performance. And on top of that, his aesthetic…if you look at “Sounds Like”…if you look at “The Machinist”…he understands psychological tension…psychological pain. And for some reason, I do to. (laughs) And I got to be the lead, which is what I want…can you tell this is turning into the theme of this interview (laughs)…I feel like I can handle a lot of story on my shoulders. And I was so grateful to Brad for giving me the opportunity to do that. I love the emotional repression that that guy was under and how it drove him crazy. I think that’s very relatable and very human.

MG: Going back in time a bit, you played Lloyd Gettys in “Devil’s Advocate.” Did you enjoy playing such a creepy role?
CB: For some reason that role just stuck in people’s psyche. I honest to God don’t know if it’s because the role really had an honest effect on people or because that movie seemed to run on a loop on TNT 24 hours a day for ten years! (laughs) I mean who didn’t see that movie? It was like “The Rockford Files,” it was never NOT on TV. It was a creepy character. And you know, there’s something a lot of people don’t know about that movie. There’s an insert at the beginning where Keanu Reeves looks under a table and you can see my little greasy hands doing my thing. Those are not MY hands. Not only are they not my hands, they shot that part of the film in L.A. I shot my parts of the film in New York. Taylor Hackford, who’s one of the best directors I’ve ever worked with, he called me and said “I can’t fly you to L.A. to do this but if you’re going to be in L.A. I’d love for you to do it” but I couldn’t because I was working in New York. So somebody else did it and I was having drinks in a bar in the Village many years later and a guy comes up to me and asks, “Yo, dude, I was your hands.” It was some camera assistant and he was the hands. It was kind of funny.

MG: Are you currently working on anything else at the moment?
CB: I’ve got a little part in a movie Robert Redford just directed called “Conspirators.” That was pretty cool to work with him. I have a list of directors that I’d love to work with before they stop making movies and he was definitely on that list. Clint Eastwood was on that list and I worked with him a few years ago on “Flags of Our Fathers.” I was never much of a student and I consider all of these experiences…working with master filmmakers like them…to be my primary education really. It’s such an opportunity and privilege to get to work with these guys. I just finished a David Mamet play. That’s something I like to do every couple of years. I need to get on stage because frankly as an actor you get stronger. Other than that, we start up on “True Blood” in November, so in another month it’s back to the show.


Joe Manganiello är förlovad!

Eonline.com is reporting that True Blood werewolf Joe Manganiello is engaged to his girlfriend of a year and a half, model-actress and all around jealousy-inducer Audra Marie.

E! News has confirmed that the 33-year-old hubby-to-be popped the question during a vacation the duo took to Italy earlier this month, and the beautiful betrothed couple themselves talked up their pairing while making their post-engagement debut at the Puma Social Club LA party.

No wedding date has yet been set.

“I always dreamed of finding someone who is beautiful and sweet, equal parts,” Manganiello told E! News about his relationship just before embarking on his life-changing European adventure. “And I did. From there she’s just unbelievably understanding and compassionate and patient from all the craziness that comes from this job and lifestyle.”




Behind the scenes of ''Moomins''

I klippet ser vi Alexander Skarsgård som gör rösten till ett av mumintrollen i den nya Muminfilmen. Även Alexanders pappa Stellan Skarsgård och Peter Stormare som också är svensk är med i klippet.


"I stopped reading the Charlaine Harris books at book two" ~ Ryan Kwanten

Ryan Kwanten som spelar Jason Stackhouse, säger att han försöker undvika att ta reda på vad som kommer hända i True Blood. Han vill att Jason ska vara så verklig som möjligt.

I pride myself on being one of the last to know what will happen because I almost feel like it hinders my performance to know too much, säger han. Because Jason very rarely knows what’s happening in the next minute, let alone the next episode. So I like playing it with that kind of spontaneity.

Han säger att han inte heller läser igenom manuset, för än det är en vecka kvar tills inspelingen; It’s the absolute truth. It’s why I stopped reading the Charlaine Harris books at book two. It felt like it was getting in the way – I knew too much.



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