HBO's official Twitter account for its hit series "True Blood" reported in from WonderCon with the news that a True Blood comic series developed by Alan Ball himself and published by IDW is coming in July. Looks like we're in for a long, hot summer indeed!
As we've been seeing over the past several days, HBO is really ramping up its marketing campaign for the upcoming Season Three premiere of "True Blood", and today they unveiled another new teaser poster that's sure to get people talking.
True Blood Season Three doesn't begin airing on HBO until June, but that doesn't mean fans won't have a few treats to tide them over, one of which is a comic biography of author Charlaine Harris in Bluewater Productions' "Female Force" series.
With True Blood Season Two set to hit DVD and Blu-ray on May 25th, we knew it wouldn't be long before HBO Home Entertainment let loose with what we can expect in the way of special features on the discs. There are a few differences between the two versions, but whatever level your tech is, you're sure to be pretty happy.
It's official! According to HBO the True Blood Season 2 Blu-ray and standard def DVD box sets will be released on May 25th, and pre-orders are available now.
Remember those awesome True Blood busts we told you were coming this year? Well, HBO's Official True Blood Store is now open for pre-orders, and with limited quantities available, you just might want to head over there now to secure yours.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominees for its 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards this morning, and while the horror genre was mostly absent from the theatrical categories, it was pretty well represented on the small screen.
DC Unlimited, which has been bringing you those World of Warcraft figures and just about everything else in the DC comics universe through DC Direct, now takes aim at the top of the food chain on cable TV. Get ready for "True Blood" mini-busts in 2010!
2009 is starting to wind down so of course that means it's time for all the various awards shows to begin rearing their heads. First up -- The People's Choice Awards, which (even discounting the predictable numerous mentions of Twilight) have a pretty healthy array of genre nominees.
Last night the Paley Center hosted a panel entitled "Inside the Writers Room: True Blood", and representing the HBO series were creator/executive producer Alan Ball along with writer's assistant Elisabeth Finch, script coordinator Kate Barnow, co-executive producer Brian Buckner, co-executive producer Nancy Oliver, supervising producer Alexander Woo, and producer Raelle Tucker. Read on for a few choice tidbits of what was said and some hints of what fans can expect during Season 3.
The Dread Central crew were in attendance at this past weekend's Spike TV Scream Awards reporting on the events as they happened, and to get you geared up for watching the show yourself, Spike has released a few highlights!
Dread Central (in this case Heather Wixson, myself, and a moonlighting Brian Smith) hit the red carpet this past Saturday for the taping of the fourth annual Spike Scream Awards, held at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, and brought back a slew of photos and video interviews from the press line, as well as from the event itself and subsequent after-party (which was held at the Forever Hollywood Cemetery in, well, Hollywood).
“Resistance is futile” -- The fourth annual Scream Awards, the first and only global event of its kind to honor the best in sci-fi, fantasy, horror and comic genres are happening RIGHT NOW, at The Greek Theater in Los Angeles, and we're bringing you the results as they happen. The two-hour extravaganza will premiere on Spike TV on Tuesday, October 27 (10:00 PM-Midnight, ET/PT).
Fans of HBO's "True Blood" are as rabid as they are because -- pardon the pun -- the show offers so very much to sink the old teeth into. Especially the relationship between Bill (Stephen Moyer) and Sookie (Anna Paquin), who incidentally are engaged to be married in real life. As if the couple can't get enough of each other already, it appears that they plan to share the screen once again in an upcoming thriller called Open House.
The finale of Season 2 of "True Blood" may have only aired last night, but don't think for a second that the creative minds behind the show are taking any sort of break. Creator Alan Ball recently revealed a few choice tidbits of what we can expect in Season 3 including some tasty casting news.