Thursday, March 31, 2011

episode stills from S2E19 "klaus"

Via Vampire diaries net

TVD Extended Promo 2x17 - Know Thy Enemy

Synopsis revealed for S2E19 "Klaus"

KLAUS (GUEST STAR JOSEPH MORGAN, “BEN HUR”) IS REVEALED — Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) are furious when they discover that Elena (Nina Dobrev) has defied them both to make a new ally and take control of the plan to out-maneuver Klaus (Morgan). Disagreement over how to protect Elena leads to growing tension between the Salvatore brothers. Meanwhile, Stefan has his hands full trying to keep a confused and frightened Jenna (Sara Canning) safe. Flashbacks to 1491 reveal Katherine’s (Nina Dobrev) introduction to Elijah (Daniel Gillies) and Klaus, along with the origin of the moonstone curse. Elena learns shocking new information about Klaus’ motives. Matt Davis also stars. Joshua Butler directed the episode written by Kevin Williamson & Julie Plec (#219)

New pics from "the last dance" including delena dancing

so just head over to the following link to check the rest out along with some spoilers of what is happening in the episode :

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Ian interview with TV fanatic part 2

Ian interview with TV fanatic part 1

Spoilers from Julie Plec including news on Delena scenes

# One more flashback, yes folks, we will see Flashback Falls again in season 2 and Trevor(Rose's friend) will be there.
# Listen for one Bulgarian word in episode 217 coming up.
# Isobel's true motives remain unseen, hummmmm.
# In next Thursday's episode, "Know Thy Enemy", Damon and Elena find a new secret weapon; Delena scenes!
# The grim reaper will visit Mystic Falls again and there will be a few, if not several deaths...imagine.
# I won't tell you how many will die, but of the nearly 20 characters we currently know, some won't survive.
# Caroline is probably safe for this season. Julie says, “Caroline having chemistry with everybody has been the best surprise to us as writers. Makes it easy to find story. So, hopefully Caroline will not be one of the casualties mentioned above."
# Stefan and Caroline's friendship --- we've only touched the tip of the iceberg on that. Hopefully much more to come!
# Everyone is banning together to save Elena, but Bonnie will face the most danger.
# When we meet Luka's sister, Greta, know that she's one bad witch.
# The Meredith character is always in the cards and remains that way. Just not sure when we'll get to her!
# Anxious fans will finally meet the baddest of the bad, Klaus, in the April 21st episode.
# The Vampire Diaries wraps filming April 15th and returns to filming in July. There's no official word from the CW yet, but it's safe to say TVD will return for a third season.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

New episode stills from S2E18 "the last dance"

New paul wesley interview with Rabbid TV

New Ian somerhalder interview with Rabbid TV

New Nina dobrev interview with Rabbid TV

synopsis for S2E18 "the last dance" revealed

Elena receives some “disturbing messages” from Klaus, but not actually through the Original himself. Cute, protective little brother Jeremy doesn’t completely believe Bonnie when she says she can help protect Elena, so Jeremy turns to Stefan for some words of wisdom. Caroline coerces Matt to be her date for this dance. Do we see a reconciliation in their future? We think yes! Then, because Damon is like a gazillion years old, he (and Alaric) can’t just show up to this dance without reason, so they sign up to chaperone. But, naturally, the duo never get to relax because Klaus keeps messing with their heads all night. However, Damon — not one to be outsmarted — comes up with a plan that “shocks and upsets” everyone. Sounds like Damon, alright!

Monday, March 21, 2011

Julie plec reveals when Klaus will arrive and a return of Trevor

Julie Plec has revealed that Trevor will be returning on The Vampire Diaries.
The executive producer on the CW series spoke to Show Trackerabout the second season's remaining episodes, stating that Trevor, played by Trent Ford, will be making another appearance in the show despite being beheaded by Elijah earlier in the run.
"We will be seeing Trevor again this year," said Plec, who declared that the vampire would be returning in an upcoming flashback episode.
Plec went on to reveal when the villain Klaus would appear, saying that she is thrilled by the casting of British actor Joseph Morgan.
"It's episode 19, which is the first time we meet Klaus," said Plec. "We're also going back into the past.
"You always need your villains to have multiple layers and to be able to kill you with kindness as much as they can kill you with violence. I think Joseph really represents that."
Show star Ian Somerhalder, who plays the vampire Damon Salvatore, has previously stated that he too is excited for Klaus to make an appearance. "I think everyone's on their toes now more. Because he's a badass," he said.

The Vampire Diaries returns on April 7 at 8pm on The CW

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Another new Still from " Know the Enemy "

vie celebrity-crushes

"know thy enemy" synopsis revealed

HIDE IN PLAIN SIGHT — Elena and Alaric both lash out at John when Isobel’s unexpected arrival leaves Jenna devastated. Bonnie works with Damon and Jeremy (Steven R McQueen) to find the spell they’ll need to harness her ancestors’ power. A heartbroken Caroline doesn’t know what to do about Matt .. Stefan and Damon realize they have a new secret weapon.

Via spoiler tv

Monday, March 14, 2011

Paul Wesley joins twitter

So at last Paul Wesley has joined the crazy world of Twitter. We know its official as julie plec along with other reputable sources have claimed it to be real so go ahead and show some love by following him @paulwesley :D

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Ian on dreams of Damon kidnapping Elena in season finale

"The Vampire Diaries" stars haven't yet seen scripts for the inevitably epic Season 2 finale, so they're just as anxious as we are to find out how everything will come to a climax. "I'm just curious as to what the hells going to happen," series star Ian Somerhalder tells MTV. "Season 1 was such a great journey and it took us all for a ride. I don't know anything. Which is kind of like life."

Not having a script to flip through doesn't stop Somerhalder from imagining his own personal dream ending for the season. "What I would like to see is, is I would like to see Damon kidnap Elena and then go to the Caribbean," he says. "We'll go to Paris first, then they go looking for her, and then they disappear to the Caribbean for a season or something, while everyone frantically searches for them."

Yes, 'shippers, Somerhalder is firmly on Team "Delena." The way things stand right now, kidnapping may be Damon's only chance -- Nina Dobrev tells us that as far as Elena is concerned, she's totally devoted to Stefan (Paul Wesley). "Elena loves Damon and cares about him, but she's not in love with him," she says. "She's in love with Stefan."

Hmm. Somehow we don't see Stefan as the whisk-her-off-to-the-Caribbean type.

"The Vampire Diaries" returns on April 7 at 8 p.m. on The CW.

Via zap2it

Ian on sibling rivalry and Klaus

Monday, March 7, 2011

Teen Vogue's 10 things you should know about Nina

1. EURO EXPRESS: Nina was born in Sofia, Bulgaria before moving to Canada at the age of two.

2. MAMA-MIA: Nina got her start as teen mom Mia on Degrassi: The Next Generation.

3. TALK IT OUT: Nina speaks fluent French, English and Bulgarian.

BTS and bonus interview on Nina's Teen vogue cover shoot

Nina Dobrevs interview with Teen Vogue

Let's just get this comparison out of the way: Nina Dobrev is the anti-Bella. Coming to greet me on the Atlanta set of The Vampire Diaries—the CW's take on pop culture's trendiest figures of folklore—she's unguarded and unself-conscious, all smiles and hugs. Her trailer vibes of a teenager's bedroom: Fashion magazines, stuffed animals, and shoeboxes fill floor space and various corners. There's a half-drunk bottle of kombucha on the desk, a corkboard of photos of cast-mates and friends, and notes to herself scrawled on a chalkboard-painted wall ("pay bills," reads one).

Then, suddenly: "Oh my god, I'm so embarrassed." Our eyes land on a cheesy male pinup calendar hanging near the door. She runs to it immediately, nervously tearing it from the wall. "For my twenty-first birthday! It was a joke gift! Please don't judge!"

As in her day job playing dueling roles as responsible high-schooler Elena and centuries-old vampire Katherine, Nina, 22, hovers somewhere between distracted teenager and fully realized adult. First purchases for her new condo, for example, included a fondue set and a popcorn maker, while her mattress is still on the floor. In very vampiric fashion, she doesn't get much sleep. "By the time I get home, memorize the next day's work, brush my teeth, remove all the makeup, and shower to get the blood off . . ." she says, counting on her fingers. "And then I have to be back at work in seven hours. I can only do so much."

Just when you thought the genre had reached saturation point, The Vampire Diaries came along and quickly settled in as one of the CW's best-rated dramas. There's the supernaturally photogenic cast, sure, which includes Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder as bloodsucking brothers Stefan and Damon, respectively. But viewers also relate to TVD's subtle commentary on the idea that life is more complicated than just good versus evil. Nearly every character—from the overextended cheerleader who turns vampire to the angry jock whose inner werewolf awakens his sensitive side—is both flawed and redeemable. As the good girl pursued by both protective, loving Stefan and spontaneous, passionate Damon, Elena tries to do the right thing. But even she has a dark side in the form of Katherine, her stiletto-wearing vampire twin hell-bent on manipulating Elena and everyone she loves to get what she wants.

"When I signed on to the show, I didn't know whether I'd be playing both girls," says Nina, who tends to identify with Elena but has more fun with Katherine. "And while it's been cool, it's also exhausting because it's double the work. You invest so much of your heart and soul and energy into making even one character. It's like doing two movies at once."

Not that she's complaining. Born in Sofia, Bulgaria, but raised in Toronto, Nina landed her big break just out of high school in 2006 as teen mom Mia in Degrassi: The Next Generation and describes herself as your typical overachiever. "I wanted to be the jock, and I wanted to be a dancer and actress," she says of her time at a competitive performing-arts high school in Toronto. "I was also a gymnast and very academically driven. I always had a lot on my plate and was really overwhelmed. Not much has changed—I'm constantly trying to one-up myself and raising the stakes." She stops and smiles, adding, "Ha! No pun intended."

The CW is nothing if not aesthetically predictable in its casting, and Elena and Katherine share a thoroughly conventional beauty that's no less striking in person, which Nina maintains with smart—though not obsessive—eating. On set, dressed in a pale yellow-and-blue plaid shirt, skinny black jeans, Frye boots, and a silver beaded bracelet that was a gift from a fan, Nina polishes off a giant takeout box of fish fajitas, corn salad, and fruit. "I try to eat healthy," she says. "I like to drink my kombucha, I like smoothies, and I genuinely love oatmeal because it reminds me of childhood. But having chocolate or cake makes me happy too." Her single beauty obsession: washing her face before bed. She also practices hot yoga three or four times a week. "It's that hour and a half in my day that I get to not have voices telling me to go somewhere, do something, run lines, get curtains," she says. (Apparently, in addition to sleeping on the floor for the first week of home ownership, she went without drapes. "I was doing sit-ups, and I remember looking over, and there's somebody on the balcony across the way smoking a cigarette and watching me," she says. "I was like, I need some curtains.")

Though she remains far less cynical than her Twilight counterpart and rarely has to contend with paparazzi at home in Atlanta, she's increasingly wary of media attention, having gotten tastes of it during trips to New York City and Los Angeles. "Going to the gym, to the airport, to meetings and auditions, getting lunch—they somehow find you," she says. "I just feel like a normal girl, and the whole concept is very odd to me. But other people, like Ian, have had that experience before, so they're like, 'Yeah, this is what happens; there's nothing you can do about it.'" Speaking of Ian: Excited fans speculate endlessly about the offscreen relationship between him and Nina—proof of which has included everything from flirty tweets to videos of the pair sharing a kiss at the airport. She toes the line, neither confirming nor denying. "We expected the rumors," she says. "Like, if I wasn't dating Ian, I'd be dating Paul. A lot of people who work together end up dating, so it wouldn't be unusual, but I've never dated anyone I've worked with."

After TVD goes on hiatus this spring—"Klaus is coming," the only hint she'll give—Nina will star opposite Kellan Lutz in The Killing Game, an action indie. She hopes to fill the break between filming seasons two and three with a movie, but wants to choose wisely. "A lot of things that I'm being offered right now are horror, sci-fi, or high school–related," she says. "That's what I do every day. I want to do something different." And despite the demands of her busy TVDschedule and the industry's stiff competition, just like in high school, she's not worried about failing. "Everything I stressed out over or was upset about or cried over then was a learning experience," she says. As always, Nina's up for the challenge.

Via Teen vogue

Nina's gorgeous Teen vogue pics

Via Teen vogue

Subscribe to IS foundation's Youtube channel

Head over to Youtube and subscribe to the new channel for the IS foundation. It already has two amazing, insightful and educational vids to watch and is im sure going to be an epic channel to follow and perhaps Ian might make some appearances who knows lol. Lets once again show our support for Ian and our environment by supporting the IS foundation and its new expansion and lets make a difference !!

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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Support ISF : Sign this petition : Save the Sled Dog

Click the link and sign this petition which has been created by Ian's IS foundation :

Lets all get together and really make a change

Kristin dos santos reassures of TVD safety

Kristin dos Santos from E online has some reassuring words after Ians scary tweets last week about American Idol having higher viewing figures while TVD had slipped slightly. I know though that this show has been confirmed for season 3 - of course how could it now its the CW's top show and has some of the most dedicated fans ever. Here is what Kristin had to say : “TVD fans, don't worry about the impact of Idol for one second. Your show is rock-solid in every way and clearly much beloved by the Powers That Be at the CW."

So there you have it DONT PANIC we are good