Plus, Natalie reveals why she ‘ain’t scared’ of being the next character killed off Kevin Williamson’s addictive new thriller, continuing at 9 p.m. tonight on FOX.
Natalie Zea is used to playing “the love interest” on TV. She’s done it countless times, and she’s damn good at it. But on FOX’s The Following, playing the ex-wife of serial killer Joe Carroll (James Purefoy) — as well as the potential love interest of Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon), the man who put Joe behind bars — feels like a totally new experience for her. Needless to say, it’s complicated.
Kevin Williamson gives HollywoodLife.com the scoop on Elena’s new life. Watch our exclusive video interview!
The third season finale of The Vampire Diaries was a mind screw from beginning to end, and creator Kevin Williamson promises it’s only going to get crazier from here. “It’s not going to be easy,” he told HollywoodLife.com about Elena’s (Nina Dobrev) new life as a vampire when we caught up with him June 14 at the Young Hollywood Awards. “It’s going to be very emotional.”
Ashley Greene, January Jones, Miranda Cosgrove and more are heading to the YH Awards next week! HollywoodLife.com has the exclusive announcement on who will be in attendance!
The 14th Annual Young Hollywood Awards, presented by Bing, are just around the corner and we’ve got the exclusive first look at the winners and presenters for the star-studded event hosted by Ashley Greene!
I think Liz Lemon would look good with either Salvatore brother! Are you Team ‘Delemon’ or ‘Stelemon?’
What do Elena Gilbert (Nina Dobrev) and Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) have in common? When they’re in trouble, they both turn to the boys of Mystic Falls to bail them out! On the March 24 episode of NBC’s 30 Rock, a frantic Liz was offered this brilliant idea to save her comedy show from going on a forced hiatus: “Maybe something with vampires? Everything has vampires nowadays. Have you seen the Twilight movies, or Vampire Diaries?”
I’d love to see more of Bonnie’s witchy cousin, Lucy!
The Vampire Diaries isn’t even two seasons old, and already The CW is uttering the s-word… and no, it’s not “Smolder-halder.” E! Online‘s Kristin Dos Santos is reporting that a spin-off — the phrase used is “companion series,” but I think we all know better — of the mind-blowingly amazing CW series is in the works, with executive producers Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec attached. It’s not yet known if any TVD characters will make the leap over to the new show, which is currently being described as a “one-hour drama about a group of researchers who investigate paranomal happenings.”
Nina said she would never date a co-star. Do you think she should change her mind for Ian?
Vampire Diaries stars Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder came together March 6 to discuss their show at PaleyFest in Beverly Hills — but we were more focused on the undeniable chemistry between Nina and Ian! When the two weren’t acting touchy and playful with each other, Ian was showering her with compliments. When Nina said she had mixed feelings about having to wear corsets during flashback episodes, Ian interjected, saying, “You love it! Hey, you look amazing.” Read more & vote!
Prepare yourself for the unexpected: Now that series regular Kayla Ewell has been killed off, no character is safe on CW’s hit vamp show.
Will they stay or will they go? That’s the question you should be asking yourself when Vampire Diaries returns to the small screen on Jan. 21 at 8 p.m. Unfortunately, only the producers know — and they certainly want to keep all you viewers on your toes.
Bet you didn’t expect Vicki Donovan — played by the gorgeous Kayla Ewell — to bite it, did you? Explains the show’s executive producer, Julie Plec, “We decided almost from the get-go Vicki was going to be the first to die to really take the audience by surprise and show them we could kind of do anything and kill anyone.”