Aw! Are ‘Vampire Diaries’ stars Paul Wesley and Phoebe Tonkin dating again? The former couple was spotted holding hands in Los Angeles on May 2, and they looked happier than ever!
Oh, no! Just one day before ‘The Vampire Diaries’ series finale, Paul Wesley and Phoebe Tonkin have decided to go their separate ways.
Damn, Daniel Gillies! When Phoebe Tonkin caught wind of the ‘Damn Daniel’ phenomenon, she couldn’t help making a video of her own featuring her ‘Originals’ costar of the same name. Watch the hilarious video right here!
The viral video “Damn Daniel” has taken the world by storm, and even celebs are getting into the Internet sensation. But the opportunity was way too perfect for actress Phoebe Tonkin, 26, whose costar’s name happens to be Daniel too! She created her own version of “Damn Daniel” starring the ever-so-sexy Daniel Gillies, 39, and we wouldn’t be surprised if it goes viral too!
I hope you had your Kleenex handy, because this week’s ‘Originals’ was a doozy!
The Originals delivered its biggest — not to mention most devastating — episode yet Jan. 21, revealing that a “sinister” enemy is already in our midst, while claiming the life of a fan-favorite character. Honestly, this episode felt like a season finale, even more so than last week’s episode.
Plus, with Klaus quickly losing allies, the battle for the Big Easy tips dramatically in Marcel’s favor.
After watching the Nov. 12 episode of The Originals, I will never look at Tyler Lockwood (Michael Trevino) the same way again. Is he a good guy? A bad guy? Some sort of angsty, hybrid anti-hero? That’s all up for debate, but one thing isn’t: His revenge mission to New Orleans was a failure, and it turned everyone’s lives completely upside down. So… thanks for nothing, bro!
The battle for New Orleans thickened on this week’s ‘Originals,’ and all of the drama seemed to revolve around Hayley.
I know I say that every episode of The Originals is the craziest one ever, but seriously, the Nov. 5 episode was actually the craziest. Ever. Not only did the gang finally break the bond between Sophie (Daniella Pineda) and Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin), but a major death turned the tide of the ongoing war in New Orleans — and Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) may be getting the last laugh, after all!
Plus, Hayley gets a disturbing message about her and Klaus’ baby! Is something wrong?
If you’re not a Mikaelson, or carrying a Mikaelson baby, or inconveniently linked to the werewolf carrying a Mikaelson baby, you’re pretty much inconsequential in Klaus’ (Joseph Morgan) eyes. That’s the lesson we re-learned on the Oct. 15 episode of The Originals, as Klaus & Co. effortlessly sacrificed the lives of two star-crossed, supernatural lovers — all in the name of winning back Elijah (Daniel Gillies).
Plus, a trip down memory lane reveals Marcel’s connection to the Mikaelsons — especially the pretty blond one. (No, the other pretty blond one.)
The Originals is shaping up to be TV’s craziest game of chess, and every piece is sexy. Rebekah (Claire Holt) became the newest player on the Oct. 8 episode, as she arrived in New Orleans with one goal in mind: Find Elijah (Daniel Gillies). And hey, isn’t that really all of our goals?
With (most of) the Mikaelsons far away from Mystic Falls, ‘The Originals’ series premiere set the stage for an epic new struggle in the Big Easy.
For the record, this is one of the most difficult recaps I’ve ever had to write — not because the episode was bad (it was perfect!) or because it was too complicated (it wasn’t!) but because I kind of feel like I already wrote it. The Originals’ series premiere was very much a re-telling of the backdoor pilot we saw last season on The Vampire Diaries, with a few added goodies for long-time fans, and few more explanations for first-time viewers.
This week’s ‘Vampire Diaries’ set the stage for some hard times in the Big Easy. If The CW doesn’t pick up this spin-off, it would be a crime against television.
I don’t think we’re in Mystic Falls anymore, Toto! The April 25 episode of The Vampire Diaries — aka the back-door pilot for The Originals, which I’m crossing my fingers for harder than ever — introduced us to the “dark side” of New Orleans, where Klaus’ (Joseph Morgan) former protege Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) rules the roost. You know, when he’s not rocking the karaoke mic. But Klaus and Marcel’s buddy-buddy routine fell to pieces as Klaus became resentful of his former BFF, and vowed to steal back his kingdom.
Plus, Elena’s bloodlust is out of control! Is she headed down Ripper Road?
I’m just going to come out and say it: This was a really weird episode of The Vampire Diaries, like, in every sense of the word. Elena (Nina Dobrev) became a cheerleader, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) had sex — more on that later — and to top it all off, Damon (Ian Somerhalder) didn’t call anyone a dick. Things are not what they should be in Mystic Falls. No, not at all.
But is the big change permanent? Because I’m kind of terrified to find out how heartbreak will affect Cassie’s already dark powers.
I hope Cassie (Britt Robertson) and Adam (Thomas Dekker) enjoyed their first — and potentially final — night together, because it’s pretty much all downhill from here. John (Joe Lando) showed up on Cassie’s doorstep on the March 22 episode of The Secret Circle to clue them into the whole your-love-is-a-curse thing. Cassie tried to play dumb, but John was basically like, “Look, I know you guys had sex last night. Your lawn is covered in dead birds!”
I’m thinking this week’s episode title, ‘Lucky,’ was all leading up to Adam & Cassie’s epic last scene.
Everyone’s first time is awkward, but can you imagine how much more awkward it would be if a gaggle of pervy birds were watching you do it from above your house? That’s how it was for Cassie (Britt Robertson) and Adam (Thomas Dekker) on the March 15 episode of The Secret Circle when they finally decided to do the dirty — but there’s really much more to the story.
Crazy powers, hot grandmas, and — oh yes — Chris Zylka. What more could we ask for from the ‘Secret Circle’ midseason premiere?
2012 is going to be a dark year for Ms. Cassie Blake (Britt Robertson). Not only did she learn about her Balcoin heritage on the Jan. 5 episode of The Secret Circle, but she also summoned some serious dark magic for her most epic spell yet — and I’m not talking about the choking spell that almost killed Adam (Thomas Dekker.) That one was a no-no.
The circle is down one very pouty-faced member after this week’s ‘Secret Circle.’
Well, kids, just because we knew it was going to happen, that doesn’t make it any less sad. Nick (Louis Hunter) met his untimely end at the hands of Charles (Gale Harold) on the Oct. 13 episode of The Secret Circle, after absorbing the demon that was possessing Melissa (Jessica Parker Kennedy.) Remember when Jessica told HollywoodLife.com the episode would be “very telling about [Melissa’s] feelings for Nick?” She wasn’t kidding.