This video is so hilarious especially at 1:34-2:02. I promise you it will make you laugh.
Zap2it writer Carina recently talk to Vampire Diaries star Candice Accola at the Teen Choice Awards 2012 to talk about her web series “Dating Rules From My Future Self” and spoilers about the much anticipated season 4 of The Vampire Diaries.
This summer, Candice had the opportunity to shake off some of Mystic Falls’ perpetual misery and angst in exchange for some good fun comedy when she starred in Season 2 of “Dating Rules From My Future Self.” The web series will premiere next week (August 2) on Hulu.
“It was so much fun,” she tells us. “It’s all comedy, and it’s all rom-com style, it’s all fun. It’s about a girl named Chloe Cunningham. She’s 26 years old, living in Venice, and just dates loser after loser. And just, purposefully is like, ‘I don’t believe in love.’”
For the first time, Candice has a producer credit on “Dating Rules” — but she says she’s not looking to start making more executive decisions on “The Vampire Diaries.” “It does make me listen to the conversations had around me in a much different light,” she tells us. “And looking at it [from] more of a business perspective as well as a creative one.”
In an interview with Zap2it, Vampire Diaries star Michael Trevino says that Caroline will have to choose between Klaus and Tyler in season 4 and more.
Tara has had such a rough go of it in the first few seasons, but now it seems that becoming a vampire is the best thing that’s ever happened to her. Do you think that’s accurate?
I don’t know if it’s the best thing that’s ever happened to her, but I think it’s going to end up being that because when you have to face something that you actually hate and learn to love it, it’s a complete transformation. So, yes, it’s the best and worst thing. To her, it would probably be like, “This sucks!” – no pun intended – but, I think when she finally embraces who she is, like in the last couple of episodes when she’s like, “OK, I’m a vampire. I’ve got to feed and I’ve got to deal,” I think she’ll start to understand [her situation] more, and I think that’s important for her own personal growth.
Most of the characters have stayed the same throughout the seasons, but you’ve had to alter your character from human to vampire, and with that come changes in carriage and demeanor. I think the only other person who’s had to do something like that is Alexander Skarsgård, with “Amnesiac Eric” last season. Did you find that fun or challenging?
It’s been a little bit of both. It’s definitely been a challenge because it’s something new – like it’s basically creating a new character, but also making sure you don’t completely change so you don’t lose the essence of what you’ve already started. But the most fun I had was tearing up [Sookie's] kitchen. I got to run around and be a wild, angry possum and make strange noises. All the acting exercises I did in school – we would just makes noises in a big room and now I can use all that. This has been the most fun I’ve had – this season.
I love the Pam-Tara relationship this season. Pam is not warm and fuzzy, and she’s a pretty cruel taskmaster. But I think she’s a better parent to Tara than Lettie Mae.
Oh, definitely. I think it’s been important for Tara to see the tough love from Pam, because she hasn’t seen much other than, “Pam wants to kill me.” But now she’s seeing Pam go, “I kind of care about you. But not too much. Don’t let it go to your head.”
This past Sunday’s episode had Lettie Mae coming face-to-face with her now-vampire daughter.
It’s a very unique dynamic, me and my mother. Adina Porter is amazing. Getting to work with her again has been great. And Tara stands up to her mom: “You know what? Cool. If you want to go, go. But stop torturing me, because you’re gonna see me again.” It’s my favorite episode because I got to do a very sensual, sexy dance on a pole, and it’s awesome! [Laughs] Dancing is my first love.
TV Guide has lots of spoilers for season 4 of The Vampire Diaries and some of them are going to piss you off. It most certainly pissed me off.