"True Blood" showrunner Alan Ball has warned us for some time that the romance between Bill and Sookie is going to be hitting some rough spots, and if the newest Season Four preview entitled "Break Up" is any indication, it's definitely time to put on our seat belts.
If you listen closely, you can actually hear the sound of fangbangers all over the world cheering! What's all the hoopla about? How about being able to watch the first three minutes of Episode One of "True Blood" Season 4, which introduce Gary Cole as Sookie's grandfather Earl? Yeah. That'll do it!
Hardly a day passes lately in which we don't get some sort of present from HBO as that long wait for Season Four of "True Blood" draws to a close. Today it's ten "Screen Test" character trailers featuring regulars Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer, Alexander Skarsgard, Sam Trammell, Ryan Kwanten, Rutina Wesley, Nelsan Ellis, Kristin Bauer, Joe Manganiello, and Deborah Ann Woll, .
Nothing says "horror" quite like using a color palette comprised of red, black, and white; and nothing says "wow" quite like the new Show Your True Colors poster campaign for "True Blood" Season Four. Read on to see the goods HBO provided fans today.
Fans of HBO's "True Blood" are well beyond the "Waiting Sucks" phase. Now their withdrawal from the show is in full-blown mode, and all they want is to feed their addiction. Help is on the way in the form of a new teaser poster and a website where they can reach out to fellow Truebies, watch clips, and more!
HBO is starting to pull out the big promo guns with regard to the June 26th premiere of "True Blood" Season Four as it gave "Extra" correspondent Mario Lopez a sneak peek of what fans cans expect this year. Of course we have it right here for you to see!
The June 26th premiere of "True Blood" Season 4 is just a few short weeks away, and this latest teaser promises some good ol' witch-on-vampire action. Oh, yes, there's a new coven in town!
Yes, Scream 4 suffered some truly dismal box office results here in the States. To say it did poorly is basically an understatement. But in foreign territories? The flick is on fire, and for that reason we just may be seeing a Scream 5. In any interview with MTV Harvey Weinstein dropped the following on eager fans ...
After what seemed like a really long wait, the popular vampire show that continues to confound me finally has an actual trailer. None of that pointless teaser nonsense. This one actually shows some stuff that I'm sure makes sense to the fans.
Yes, Scream 4 was a disaster at the box office, raking in only a fraction of its budget. Still, that's not stopping Dimension from taking to Twitter to start teasing a fifth entry into the franchise. "How much do you love @Scream4? How badly do you want #Scream5? Come up with a clever tweet and we'll RT!" challenged the official Dimension Films Twitter account.
Lest anyone think the folks behind "True Blood" have forgotten about the regulars what with all the new blood that'll be appearing in Season 4 of the series, this new promo, entitled "Screen Test" is all about showing love to the original cast members. Check it out, and then read on for the synopsis of "She's Not There", the season opener.
And by "didn't see" we're talking about stuff that was changed in the final cut of the film and not stuff you just didn't bother going to the theatre to check out. Will we get an extended cut on Blu-ray? Given Scream 4's box office performance (or lack thereof) we'll find out soon enough.
After months of waiting (which still sucks, by the way), fans of "True Blood" were given a short but sweet taste of what's in store for them in Season Four of the popular HBO series by way of a new video that goes on the set and includes quick soundbites from creator/executive producer Alan Ball along with just about everyone in the cast.
Remember back on April 1st when we did a news story about the possibility of everyone's favorite lovable Halloween demon Sam from Trick 'r Treat making a return for more terror? You thought we were joking. Well apparently ... we weren't.
One of the first things we noticed about Scream 4 upon watching it was that the image of a body hanging in one hell of a blood bath of a room with the words "What's Your Favorite Scary Movie" scrawled on the wall wasn't in the film. Curious what else made the cutting room floor?