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•Tv Shows i love & post: Sons of Anarchy, Outlander (in production), Supernatural, Scandal, New Girl, Vikings and True Blood (because of Eric Northman)
•Actors i love & post: Charlie Hunnam, Sam Heughan, Richard Armitage, M. Fassbender, J. Depp, Robert D.J & more...
RIO DE JANEIRO – "In season 5 I pitched to kill Sookie, I really did," revealed True Blood writer/executive producer Raelle Tucker of Anna Paquin’s character who was close to disappearing from the show "because I think nobody should be safe."
Tucker joined Grey’s Anatomy’s co-producer William Harperlast week to talk about their decision to kill off characters and other curiosities about their shows at a seminar about TV series production at Rio Market, an industry sidebar at Rio de Janeiro Film Festival. […]
“It’s a good feeling if the audience is feeling upset when a character dies, that means we have done our job right,” Tucker said. The TV writer continued to explain that there is a certain amount of death that they need to have because people are constantly on the verge of almost being killed, so if authors don’t kill somebody, “there is no point.” [..]
Tucker said that one of the main reasons for True Blood’s success is the support of the network and the studio.
Tucker also expressed that television “has never been so exciting”, especially with the addition of the new platforms like Netflix, Amazon and Hulu: “It feels that the only limitation on television is what you can imagine, there is no boundaries of what you can say, what you can do.”
"I have to talk to you about something."
"You mean you didn’t call to simply hear my voice?"
"Because that’s a common thing that happens to you?"
"Yes. Unfortunately. I get hounded all hours of the night, mostly by women, and sometimes Lafayette."
—- Excerpt from Weapons of Destruction (Part 55, Rated R, All-human, updated Sep. 3, 2013)
D. Kenneth (Writer): “She can’t help but be attracted to him [Warlow]. There’s something there…There’s chemistry there..Maybe it’s fate, maybe it’s destiny. Whatever it is it’s something and this proposal he’s making her of turning into a fairy vampire hybrid herself actually sounds like not a bad idea”
H. Deutch (Director): “She’s been in such pain emotionally for so long. It feels like maybe there’s a part of Warlow who’s promising nothing but relief from that and a future even if another part of her knows that’s not might be the truth. She decides to get lost in the moment. And that’s where the title “Don’t You Feel Me” has relevance.”
"Seems like you’re not too hot on the idea if you need liquid courage to go through with it.”
— Excerpt from Weapons of Destruction, Part 52 (Updated July 21)
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“You know you’re in love when you finally meet the one who will make you put down that book and live your own fairytale”
Eric: Sookie stays out of this, and we stay away from her from now on. Are we clear?
Nora: Eric Northman, you are in love with her!
Eric: In another life…
Since Season 1, Sookie (Anna Paquin) has bounced between romances with Bill (Stephen Moyer) and Eric (Alexander Skarsgard). Some have wondered when she would become more active in the decisions she made about those relationships. But, Sookie is asserting herself more this season than she has ever had before.
"You can’t watch the same person make the same relationship mistakes over and over again without at some point expecting that they’re going to learn from what’s happened and eventually have to close some doors," Paquin told TheWrap.
"In the case of both Bill and Eric, they’re people that she legitimately has incredibly strong feelings for, and it’s really quite painful to realize that you actually need to walk away," she continued. "There can also be something very empowering about that."
TheWrap: We’ve come to see Sookie and Jason (Ryan Kwanten) as orphans. But, now their faerie grandfather has entered the picture. What are the dynamics of that for the characters?
Anna Paquin: “There are definitely some dynamics that will play out - which I’m going to try to talk around so I don’t get myself in trouble. One of the main reasons that our grandfather has showed up again is because I’m in imminent danger from Warlow, whom we still don’t know that much about, or where he is, or how imminently that threat is going to present itself. That is a big part of why he is there. There is something kind of comforting for Sookie and Jason, even though he’s kind of strange, about some family member showing back up again, even if it’s from a different century.”
We were just introduced to this new faerie character and possible love interest, Ben (Robert Kazinsky). What does he bring out of Sookie that we haven’t seen in other seasons?
“Well, she’s never been with another faerie. She’s always been with other supernatural creatures that ultimately they’re different species end up being problematic in various ways. This is the first one of her own kind that she’s ever been with or met. The first time she ever hears or sees him she’s kind of like, “Oh, God, no! Got to keep walking, got to go to work. Not again.” But there is something actually alluring about feeling like maybe this person might actually understand you. There’s definitely potential there.”
To me you’ll always be that girl in the white dress. The one who walked into my bar.
“Well to me you’ll always be that girl in the white dress. The one who walked into my bar”