Anna Paquin recently opened up about filming love scenes with husband and “True Blood” co-star Stephen Moyer.
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Anna Paquin in shocking nude panel outrage!
In all seriousness, the premiere of the fourth season of HBO’s True Blood was on in the US of A at the weekend, and Fash Mob somehow managed to get a sneak peek, and has a lot to say, about the fashion, and about the storylines (or lack thereof). Read on, dear soldiers, and see pictures of Evan Rachel Wood an’ all. Okay, one picture, but still.
(Is it creepy to anyone else that Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer are married in real life? It makes their cringey sex scenes in True Blood even more cringey and intrusive, in my honest opinion.)
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The Goon’s back and he ain’t puttin’ up with no sparkly vampires.
Writer-artist Eric Powell’s The Goon returned to shelves this week with issue number 34. After a little bit of a hiatus for the book (dude explained to us a couple of months back that he’s been busy), so with its return, we thought we’d invite him along for an installment of Creator’s Commentary. In his cantankerous interview, Powell talks about vampire baseball, the terror of tween girls, his Hannah Montana game, and we even get around to talking about what’s next for the book.
****Spoilers after the break.****
MTV Geek: So what’s your beef with a couple of sparkly, well-coiffed, baseball-playing vampires?
Eric Powell: I think you answered your own question. Did you know they actually have a vampire baseball game in that frickin’ Twilight movie?! I saw it on the cable! Vampires playing baseball! Vampires don’t play baseball! (In screechy Tom Hanks voice) There’s no vampires in baseball! There’s no vampires in baseball!!
I thought Anne Rice vampires where bad until I saw the cast of a Nickelodeon TV show in pale makeup playing catch.
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WEITZ. Glowing reviews for his latest indie, “A Better Life.” RUBEN V. NEPALES
LOS ANGELES – “I really want to see how they’re going to figure out the part where the vampire baby chews its way out of Kristen Stewart’s stomach,” said “New Moon” director, Chris Weitz, when we recently asked him what he’s looking forward to seeing in the final “Twilight Saga” movies.
Chris quipped with a smile, “I certainly wouldn’t know how to shoot that. I’m sure Bill Condon is going to figure it out, because he’s a terrific director.”
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