Oh, what scamps they have at The CW! As part of the network's promotional efforts for the return tomorrow night of its popular series "The Vampire Diaries", they're amping up the double entendres with two ad campaigns, one urging viewers to "Catch VD" and the other asking "Got Wood"?
Excited about "The Vampire Diaries" returning to the airwaves this Thursday and curious about what the second half of the season holds? Then you'll want to check out this new video from The CW of Candice Accola sharing an exclusive preview of what's to come!
A short while ago The CW provided us with the synopsis for the February 3rd episode of "The Vampire Diaries", entitled "Daddy Issues", and today comes a fresh batch of stills from the ep. The only bummer? Not a single one of them includes the "Daddy" in question.
Good news for fans of The CW's "The Vampire Diaries" - David Anders, aka Johnathan Gilbert, is returning for Season Two's lucky 13th episode, entitled "Daddy Issues". Even better? The ep was written by executive producers Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec!
We're not sure who's descending into what in the upcoming Episode 12 of "The Vampire Diaries", entitled "The Descent", but with a description that includes doom and gloom, we're pretty certain that it's not good. Thanks to The CW we have a big batch of photos that might shed some light on things.
When The CW's "The Vampire Diaries" left the air for its holiday hiatus, we'd just seen Tyler go through his first transformation and an ages old vamp was bitten by another lycan. Who will survive these changes, and at what cost? Episode 12, "The Descent", will hopefully shed some light on these questions.
Twilight's Carter Burwell Returning to Score Breaking Dawn; Producer Wyck Godfrey Answers a Few Questions
Twi-hards the world over have been dying to hear how that darn birthing scene is going to be handled in the upcoming The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, and producer Wyck Godfrey recently spoke abut that, along with answering a few other questions. But first comes the news that the original Twilight's Carter Burwell will be returning to score the final two installments.
Now that fans of The CW's "The Vampire Diaries" have gone through their first full-blown werewolf transformation along with seeing an ages old vamp bitten by a lycan, they have a lot to look forward to when the series returns on January 27th.
How many times have you seen a quote on a movie poster or DVD box and thought you could do better? If so, then this competition is for you. The folks behind the UK's Grimm Up North film fest are co-sponsors of a contest in which the best quote submitted for Simeon Halligan's Splintered will be featured on international promotional material for the film. Here are the details:
Tonight marks the fall finale midpoint for The CW's "The Vampire Diaries", but even more important than that, it's also the night we'll see Tyler make his first transformation. To help pass the time between now and 8:00 pm, how about checking out a few behind-the-scenes stills from Episode 11, "By the Light of the Moon"?
As mentioned previously, The CW has announced plans for a special marathon week featuring "The Vampire Diaries" starting December 13, and now we have the full schedule along with a video preview put together especially for the event.
Before "The Vampire Diaries" takes some time off for its holiday hiatus, we have one ep left, "By the Light of the Moon", and along with the stills from Episode 11 The CW provided to us the other day, we now have a promo preview to share.
The Vampire Diaries: Preview Clip for Episode 10 - The Sacrifice / Stills from Episode 11 - By the Light of the Moon
It sure has seemed like "The Vampire Diaries"' holiday hiatus has lasted longer than a couple of weeks, but in any event the show is back on the air this week, and we've got not only a sneak peek clip from Episode 10, "The Sacrifice", but also a big batch of stills from Episode 11, "By the Light of the Moon".
And more goods are coming in as the December 4th Blu-ray/DVD release date of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse draws ever closer. We have a clip from the Robert Pattinson/Kristen Stewart commentary during which they discuss the notorious "tent scene" as well as a couple of extended scenes: “Someone’s Creating an Army” and “From Now on I’m Switzerland”.
Now that vampires are losing a tiny bit of their box office steam, Hollywood is busy searching out the next big monstrous thing. Zombies have always had good staying power and as for werewolves? Who doesn't love a big fuzzy?