Category Archives: Stephen Moyer
Hey Truebies and Other Supes! Who else is still recovering from their fangover? I know I am still wiping my tears away. From Hoyt leaving Bon Temps to Eric aparently changing to a “Sanguinista.” Who else was suprised by Godric’s “death” bt Lilith? I thought that Alexander and Lucy’s performance was very powerful and I could feel it on the screen. While Russel was ranting and raving on about having the sun, a little bit of his foreign accent came through! I loved that! Eric and Bill had total epic faces when Russel started talking about Sookie. However, I loved how they just sat there and did nothing when he Vamp Speeded out of there. Who else cried when Jason stopped Hoyt and didn’t know him? (I’m still wiping my bloody tears away.) But, WHERE WAS ALCIDE? I was so upset! Honestly, I think this episode was pointless because it didn’t really lead us anywhere with Alcide’s, Terry’s or Lafayette’s story lines. It was just Sookie, Bill and Eric. But, I may be wrong. Comment below with your thoughts! Stay sexy hookahs!
Bill is on a 24/7 Lilith high. In Sunday’s episode, he became a traitor. As if I hadn’t already hated him enough (“Evolving” ugh, wtf), this placed the cherry ontop of me hating Bill. Him and Salome have teamed up on their Lilith highs together and become one case of a whole lotta crazy. In Episode 10′s “Gone, Gone Gone” Promo, it starts off with Bill going “The True Death will come soon if you do not accept Lilith.” What. The. Fuck. Bill. You have seriously gone off your rocker. Spouting off True Death threats is so not cool. What do you guys think? Is Bill acting, or is he really a Sanguinista? Will the True Death really come for Eric? Comment Below!
I know I have just like the rest of you all have wondered how long and how far Bill and Eric’s bromance will go. After Sookie broke their hearts It seems like they depend on each other an “us against the world” sort of feel. But will it go to the next level?
“I’ve been asking myself that question for a long time” says Stephen Moyer (Bill) when he spoke to the Advocate. “Alex and I would absolutely embrace that.”
Stephen is so for this whole thing that he has spoken to producers about this! I mean who would deny some hot Guy on Guy action, let’s be serious here. I’m all for it! Bring it on.
“When Sookie had her fantasy about the two of them with her, we suggested.” He continued.
As we all know True Blood is for this guy on guy action. Do you all remember back in season 3, Bill shared a special moment with Sam in a dream scene? Tara experienced her lesbian side in season 4 and Lafayette, well…. We all love us some LaLa don’t we.
As always there are people that have something to say, and some have said that the show is “too gay” really? Please someone tell me what “too gay” is I mean really. This is also a notion that Stephen rejects completely.
Stephen says, “Is there a thing as too gay? We live in a very different world than we grew up in, so if people can’t embrace that aspect of our show, then that’s a shame.”
Well said dearest Stephen. People really need to open there minds more and if it’s something that you don’t like well than turn the channel it’s that simple. Vamperwolf wants to know what you all think about this idea. Leave your comments below.
Stephen Moyer, making his directorial debut on Episode 5.08, The Authority revels in a new direction; Sookie and Jason visit the site of their parents’ deaths; Luna gets stuck on Sam.
Not only is Steve directing this episode, but it appears we’re getting a look at Bill’s history: the show is casting Sarah Compton-Harris, an elderly woman seen in flashback to 1931. She’s in her 70s-80s, and ravaged by cancer. Does Bill find his daughter at death’s door and offer her an alternative?
The werewolf storyline continues to heat up as the Shreveport pack faces a leadership change. At a meeting, we’ll meet Ryder, a large male werewolf who addresses the group, and a lady packmember with a suggestion of her own. Could the reason for the meeting be in the casting of Sean? He’s a track star at a university who is forced to outrun a wolf pack. That is one of the scariest sentences I have ever written.
A young woman in her 20s is being cast as the victim of a vampire who begs for her life as she’s being fed on. If you’ll recall, this is the third or fourth episode to include a casting call for a vampire victim. Do we have a rogue vampire on the loose? Is it Russell? Pam? Jessica? TARA????
Vamperwolf here and I want to talk about our sexy king Bill. I know personally he is one of my favorites, and still find him extremely hot. I mean doesn’t everybody? Well according to the man behind Bill, Mr. Stephen Moyer he does not feel the same. He feels he is the least attractive of the guys on True Blood. “I may come fourth behind Joe Manganiello, Alex Skarsgard and Ryan Kwanten, if I’m really honest.”
That right there says a lot in itself don’t you think? *sighs*. But there are still others out here that still think your hot Stephen please don’t feel sad. Stephen explains he hasn’t always felt like this. “Im a little upset. Once upon a time I was doing very well in that area, but after Alex and Joe joined the show, I naturally went down in the pecking order” he says.
Well I for one will always find him very sexy. I think that it’s more of a form of taste. If you like the tall blonde Sweden type of guy you go for Alex, if you like tall dark build and handsome you go for Joe and if you like the mystery more homely and sophisticated guy with sex appeal you go for Stephen. What does everyone think? Should Stephen feel like this?
Stephen Moyer, Alexander Skarsgård, Sam Trammell, Kristin Bauer and Joe Manganiello hit several Comic Con parties last night in San Diego. They were seen at the Playboy and True Blood Party and the EW Party and the HBO Celebrates “Game Of Thrones” At WIRED Cafe.
Click here to see the images from the party!
The Star recently got the chance to speak to Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer, Alexander Skarsgård, and Alan Ball. It’s a tantilising interview, as they managed to get Alan and the cast to tease about what’s to come not only this season, but in season six as well.
On his imminent departure from True Blood, Alan says:
“It is for mental and physical well being – it is such a demanding job. I’m very close to being seriously burned out. I have been working with a lot of the same writers since the beginning, so the show kind of runs itself now and I feel very confident that it will maintain a level of whatever it is that makes True Blood, True Blood.”
“I have huge abandonment issues so I will be sending him letters weekly to make him feel guilty. Honestly though, he wouldn’t leave if he felt that we weren’t in amazing hands. I think we’re all sort of in denial with the fact that he’s moving on to other things but in all fairness, I’m not sure that man has slept since the show started prepping six years ago. That concerns me a little.”
We’ve got some new details (and little spoilers) that are in the new issue of TV Guide Magazine, dated July 16–29, 2012, regarding Stephen Moyer‘s directorial debut of True Blood episode 508. The episode, entitled ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ will air on HBO on July 29th.
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