Nina Dobrev will be back on ‘The Vampire Diaries,’ and it could happen sooner rather than later. After that surprising cameo in the season 7 finale, EP Julie Plec gives fans an update on another Nina return.
The TVD fandom misses you, Nina Dobrev! Executive producer Julie Plec, 43, reveals that Nina, 27, will reprise her role as Elena Gilbert for the series finale of the show, but there’s a possibility she could come back sooner. Delena fans, here’s the scoop you need to know!
Oh my god! The ‘Vampire Diaries’ season finale on May 13 totally shocked us when Damon heard Elena’s voice in the vault, but what’s even more shocking is that Nina Dobrev physically returned to set to record the sound bite.
That was crazy! Nina Dobrev, 27, or at least her voice, made a surprise appearance in the 7th season finale of The Vampire Diaries on May 13, and executive producer Julie Plec explained in a new interview that that isn’t an old sound clip you’re hearing! Nina actually came into the studio to record the sound bites. We have the full interview, right here.
Woah! Is Julie Plec, the creator of ‘The Vampire Diaries,’ having second thoughts about Nina Dobrev’s exit from the series following that huge character death on ‘Grey’s Anatomy?’ It sure sounds that way!
We still don’t know how Elena (Nina Dobrev) will officially exit Vampire Diaries, but we know it’s happening and we know it’s happening soon. However, following the very controversial death of Derek (Patrick Dempsey) on Grey’s Anatomy and having now seen the backlash sent towards the creator of that series Shonda Rhimes, it seems as though TVD creator Julie Plec might be getting some cold feet! In fact, she revealed how Derek’s death has been making her rethink the way Nina is leaving the series!
It’s not just the fans who are heartbroken about Nina Dobrev leaving ‘TVD.’ In a brand new interview, creator Julie Plec revealed that she did everything she could to try and get her to stay!
When Nina Dobrev revealed she was leaving The Vampire Diaries, fans of the show were absolutely crushed — what would Mystic Falls be without Elena (or one of the other 18 characters Nina played)? That’s exactly what Julie Plec was wondering!
Another Gilbert bites the dust. Well, kind of. Steven R. McQueen, who plays Elena’s little bro Jeremy, will no longer be a season regular on ‘The Vampire Diaries,’ the creator, Julie Pelc, revealed.
We’ve seen Jeremy Gilbert die (multiple times) and leave town — but this time, Mystic Falls will officially be in his memories. Steven R. McQueen will be exiting The Vampire Diaries this season on episode 14, and he won’t really be back. So, it’s official — Elena has no family. At all.
When news broke that ‘Vampire Diaries’ hunk Michael Trevino was leaving Mystic Falls for the slightly-less-green pastures of New Orleans, we were honestly relieved. Tyler’s time as Caroline’s beau was clearly coming to an end, and we all knew Tyler wouldn’t rest until Klaus was brought to justice for killing Tyler’s mother.
Luckily, the good news doesn’t stop there! HollywoodLife.com attended a screening of The Originals in Los Angeles on Nov. 4, and executive producer Julie Plec confirmed that Michael Trevino‘s big move — which will likely happen before the end of November — will answer many of the burning questions currently posed on The Originals. (And, of course, add a million more!)
The residents of Mystic Falls — both fanged & un-fanged — are ready to pick up where they left off.
It’s really happening: July 10 marks the first official production day for The Vampire Diaries, and naturally, the cast and crew is all atwitter! Executive producer Julie Plec, who isn’t currently down in Georgia with the rest of the TVD family, got the ball rolling with the first tweet in the wee hours of the morning.
Damon & Elena’s latest obstacle seems insurmountable, but Julie Plec says they’ll just ‘have to figure out how to get around it.’
The Nov. 29 episode of The Vampire Diaries may have ended on a peculiar note — just as Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) finally had sex, we learned she’s been sire-bonded to him — but fear not, there’s good news for fans! Well, there’s good news for Delena fans, at least. Executive producer Julie Plec tells Zap2it “there is more hope than ever” for the blood-lusty couple, even if their relationship is indefinitely more complicated.
New interviews with the show’s cast and crew reveal there’s a good chance vampire Elena could end up all alone!
We’ve heard how Elena’s (Nina Dobrev) relationship will change with Damon (Ian Somerhalder) on The Vampire Diaries next season, but what about Stefan (Paul Wesley)? Apparently, it’s also going to be rough. “He’s not going to have an easy time with it,” executive producer Julie Plec tells Zap2it, likening Stefan to a struggling alcoholic who’s suddenly dating a girl who wants to party all the time. “There are going to be come complications in their relationship.”
Executive producer Julie Plec says Damon will ‘have a little bit of a ‘tude’ towards new vampire Elena.
I’ve got some good news and some bad news for those Vampire Diaries fans hoping for a reconciliation between Elena (Nina Dobrev) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) in season four: While Elena will remember meeting him before Stefan (Paul Wesley), it doesn’t sound like Damon is in any mood to pal around with her — let alone hop into bed with her!
‘Vampire Diaries’ executive producer Julie Plec teased that Elena-with-fangs could be a possibility. Do you want that to happen?
Mystic Falls’ finest descended upon Los Angeles this weekend for Paleyfest, dropping hints at some pretty major plot points to come on The Vampire Diaries. And even though I was basically drooling during the entire panel discussion, one question in particular is still ringing through my ears two days later: Will Elena (Nina Dobrev) ever turn into a vampire, like she does in L.J. Smith‘s original book series?
Plus, Executive Producer Julie Plec says we’re approaching the all-important question: What’s really going on with Damon & Elena?
Here’s my friendly warning to all you “Stelena” fans: You might want to take tomorrow off from work — or school, whatever — because tonight’s episode of The Vampire Diaries is going to leave you drained. In so many ways. HollywoodLife.com attended a special screening of the Sept. 29 episode, “The End of the Affair,” after which co-creator Julie Plec revealed that tonight’s hour is really “just the beginning” of some major bumps in the road for Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Elena (Nina Dobrev.)
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.”
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