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C2E2 11

The Vampire Diaries: New Promo Interviews; C2E2 Panel Footage

Several videos crossed our computer screens today for "The Vampire Diaries" including new promo interviews with stars Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, and Ian Somerhalder as well as footage from this weekend's C2E2 panel with Candice Accola, Michael Trevino, and exec producer Julie Plec. Read on, settle in for a bit, and enjoy!

Stephen King to Pen Episode of The Walking Dead?

There's been a lot of talk about who will be handling the Season 2 writing duties on the hit AMC series "The Walking Dead" based upon the Robert Kirkman zombie comic epic, but never anything as interesting as this.

The Vampire Diaries' Candice Accola, Michael Trevino & Julie Plec Heading to 2011 C2E2

With just a few weeks remaining until the March 18th kickoff of the 2011 Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2), the show's lineup continues to grow, as evidenced by today's announcement that two stars and an executive producer from "The Vampire Diaries" will be making an appearance.

Eliza Dushku and True Blood Stars Sam Trammell, Kristin Bauer, Brit Morgan Added to 2011 C2E2 Lineup

Chicago fans, we're just about a month away from the start of 2011's Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2), and the guest list has expanded to include Eliza Dushku along with three "True Blood" regulars: Sam Trammell (Sam Merlotte), Kristin Bauer (Pam De Beaufort), and Brit Morgan (Debbie Pelt).

Stars from The Walking Dead & Supernatural Added to the 2011 C2E2

The guest list for the 2011 Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2) is starting to take shape with "The Walking Dead"'s Jon Bernthal and Laurie Holden confirmed along with Mark Sheppard of "Supernatural" and his "Battlestar Galactica" co-star Tahmoh Penikett.

2011 New York Comic Con Expands to Four Days

ReedPOP, organizer of the New York Comic Con, announced that the 2011 NYCC will be expanded to four days, which means more hours and opportunities for fans to interact with their heroes throughout the popular culture universe and allow expansion of the Cultyard and New York Anime Festival -- two shows-within-the-show -- which serve the burgeoning indie toy and anime/manga communities.