Check out the official photos from The Vampire Diaries Cast signing at SDCC.
The fans at The Vampire Diaries SDCC panel just had the opportunity to view this really cool mockup parody of Damon and Bonnie finding out they were kicked off TVD (of course, they aren’t really). But check it out below courtesy of TV Guide.
Hey TVD fans! Check out this cool opportunity to appear in a new web series called “Superfans”!
Do you have tons of Vampire Diaries posters covering your walls, or a shrine dedicated to all things “Damon Salvatore”, how about famous TVD quotes tattooed on your body? Then you just might be that “superfan” they are looking for!
The series is looking for someone from the Nashville, TN, Atlanta, GA or New Orleans, LA area to share their reasons why they are The Vampire Diaries ultimate fan. A camera crew will come to your home and film your story, which will be featured on “Superfans”.
To be considered for the series, please send a photo to prove you are that ultimate superfan they are looking for to:
You can also tweet your photos to hashtag #TVDSuperfans
Can’t wait to see some of you guys featured on the series!
E!Online caught up with Julie Plec to talk TVD Season 6. Check out what Julie had to say about Bonnie and Damon and whether they will return.
We’ll still be seeing Ian and Kat right? Right?! Pointing and laughing at you forever if you thought TVD was really going to let Smolderhotter Somerhalder go! “You’ll see enough of them to make you happy and more as it goes along. They are by no means going to be off the air for six episodes,” Plec assured. “The mystery is where are they, what happened, are they dead, not dead, and what the hell are they going to do together, those two of all people?”
So how exactly are Stefan and Elena dealing with their grief? “It’s surprising, only in that it’s not instantly what you’d expect,” Plec teased. “They’re both grieving, but they’re both coping with their grief in very specific and not necessarily conventional ways.” And Plec noted that Stefan “particularly is surprising.”
PopSugar caught up with Kat Graham in NYC recently. Check out what Kat has to say about Bonnie returning for Season 6, her being the face of Foster Grant sunglasses, and her recent cameo in Demi Lovato’s new music video.
Zap2It caught up with EP, Julie Plec to chat The Vampire Diaries Season 6. She sheds some light on where we will find Matt & Jeremy when the show returns, plus more info on new character, Tripp.
In light of all the new casting additions for “The Vampire Diaries” Season 6, Zap2it went straight to the “TVD” mastermind herself, executive producer Julie Plec, to get all the details on one very important new character: Tripp, played by ‘Eureka’ star Colin Ferguson. Spoiler alert: His presence means big things are coming for Matt Donovan (Zach Roerig).
So what did Plec have to say about this new character?“Matt Donovan’s never really had a real father figure on the show and we’ve had this basic idea of really wanting a man in Mystic Falls that Matt can look up to,” Plec tells Zap2it. “Now that all the supernatural creatures are stuck outside of Mystic Falls, who are these people that are still living there? This man is running the community protection services, and he’s just trying to teach these young, 18-, 19-, 20-year old guys how they can make something of themselves. It’s nice to see Matt having somebody he can bond with and connect to as he’s kind of the last man standing in a weird way in Mystic Falls.”
KSiteTV had a chance to chat with Julie Plec at the 2014 CBS/Showtime/CW Summer TCA Party. Check out what Julie had to say about where Damon and Bonnie ended up, and how they might be coping with their situation.
KSITETV’s CRAIG BYRNE: There were several cliffhangers that the fifth season finale of The Vampire Diaries left on. Can you tease anything about the return, and what’s going to happen to Bonnie and Damon on the other side?
THE ORIGINALS & VAMPIRE DIARIES EXECUTIVE PRODUCER JULIE PLEC: Well, I think the big question of the return is two-fold: One is “what happened to Bonnie and Damon? Where are they? Are they living? Are they dead? Can they get back? Are they stuck? How are they going to entertain each other, those two who never really had much of a bond? And how long are they going to be gone?” So part of what we’re doing in the beginning is playing that mystery and answering those questions one piece at a time, peeling back the layers of all those answers over the first run of episodes.