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Top image from Riddick.
Here are some set photos from Vancouver featuring stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Bryan Cranston. This filming is believed to have taken place on a Japanese village set. Check out the link for the complete set of photos. [Just Jared]
Here's an international trailer.
Here's the latest sneak peek.
And here's an extended-length version of a previously released clip.
Here's a bunch of set videos featuring stars Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, and Jack Reynor from the current filming in Taylor, Texas. Check out the link for a bunch of set photos, including some clear shots of the main cast.
Here's a behind-the-scenes look at the sequel.
Robert Rodriguez's long-awaited Sin City sequel will just have to be awaited for a little while longer, as its release date has reportedly been moved back from October 4 of this year to August 22, 2014. [Box Office Mojo]
Here's a promo for next week's episode, "The Sun."
Here's a trailer previewing what's ahead in the coming weeks.
Lauren Bowles discusses her character Holly's story this season:
It’s entirely possible, but he’s got some work to do because she is none too happy with him at all, and I would say the stakes this year, no pun intended, are really high. So you gotta band together. The humans want to stick together this year, I’ll say that much. She’s going to need to rely on him for sure but I will absolutely say circumstances could throw them together, but it’s not that she’s exactly happy about it in the beginning.
With Andy being a father, is Holly going to be sucked into this fairy world drama?
I would say this season is truly more so than any other the season of survival, so whereas season’s past often there’s this outside big bad that comes, I would say there’s not really that this year. It’s sort of taking the existing world that we know and love and really amping it up on steroids.
She also discusses Holly's magical powers and another potential threat to Bon Temps:
I’m hoping that we will, but this year is certainly less about her Wiccan ways and more about her personal relationships. Circumstances are such that the humans really need to all stick together, really rely on each other. Holly really proves to be a Rock of Gibraltar for a lot of people this year. I would say it’s more focused on her personal life and relationships than it is necessarily on her Wiccan abilities.
Let’s talk about Warlow. Is he a threat just to Sookie or does he affect everyone?
I would say he’s a huge presence this year. What I think is fun about this year is that things aren’t necessarily what they appear to be. Things continue to morph and change, so just when you think “Ah this is what they’re setting it up to be,” it changes. So I would say he’s a huge force in Sookie’s world that she’s not quite sure what to do with.
There's still plenty more at the link. [EW]
Anna Camp discusses her return as Sarah Newlin in the June 30 episode:
"She's written a best-selling book about what it means to be a Christian fighting vampires. And she's working her way into politics, because she's craving more power and fame. Sarah is a very sexual lady who still has a soft place in her heart for Jason Stackhouse. There's a scene where I come over to his house after a long, hard day and things ensue."
Costar Carrie Preston discusses the transition to a new showrunner and what's ahead for Arlene this season:
It feels a little different. Luckily, there’s the consistency of having already done five seasons, which established the pace of the show, the tone and the characters. That’s all there. I think it’s kind of refreshing to shake things up a little bit, in a nice, fresh way. It’s a new look at the same story with a fresh perspective, and that’s been fun. We’re always used to having so many guest stars, and that’s the same. I feel like I don’t know half the people on the show, nearly as well as I know the ones that I work with. I’m on a show about a bar.
How are things for Arlene, this season? Will she ever catch a break in Bon Temps?
I don’t think anybody really catches a break on True Blood. I really don’t. What’s inherent in the show is that there’s gotta be drama and conflict and obstacles, and this season is no different. We will definitely pick up right where we left off, last season. The ramifications of what Arlene and Terry (Todd Lowe) did, and the killing of Patrick (Scott Foley), will definitely be present, and they will have to deal with that.
Here's a promo for the next episode, "At All Costs."
And here's a synopsis for the episode:
After the people of Charleston defeat another alien attack with the help of new advanced weaponry, Tom is invited to meet with a powerful leader (guest star Stephen Collins). While Hal wrestles with an invasive evil, Ben struggles with his identity and the notion of being human again. And Anne uncovers startling new information that puts everyone in jeopardy. Robert Sean Leonard guest stars.
Showrunner Remi Aubuchon discusses Anne's upcoming absence from the show, which was due to actress Moon Bloodgood's real-life pregenancy:
“Her disappearance is pretty well integrated into the story. Although we certainly kill off main characters if we have to, she’s too valuable. She’s also an important presence to the Masons, to the 2nd Mass and, overall, to the population of Charleston, so if she disappears, it’s a big deal. I knew we were going to have limited time with her, but I didn’t realize how limited it would be, to be honest. We had to do a bit of heavy lifting to figure out how to make that story coherent for the rest of the season, but I think we pulled it off — and it made it even more exciting in some ways.”
He also discusses what's ahead for Hal and Karen:
“When he realizes that he can actually walk, that Karen has really done something to him, it doesn’t actually help the situation but instead makes it worse. Because now he realizes, ‘I could actually be a time bomb about ready to go off’ — and that frankly brings Hal to the brink of insanity.... What makes Karen a really scary villain is that she still has a thing for Hal but she’s also become an Overlord, so she doesn’t see any problem using her old boyfriend for nefarious means. And that’s what’s so horrible about it. It’s like, ‘Oh my God, she’s seducing Hal — who’s going for it! — but really she just wants to destroy the entire world. There’s that part of her that believes she’s going to make everything all right with Hal, like, ‘If only you could see what it would be like for us to be together ruling the world!’ So… she’s got issues!”
There's some more at the link. [TV Line]
Charlie Carver discusses playing a twin Alpha alongside his brother Max:
Well, the Alpha pack is in town, and my brother and I are the youngest members. We’re the twin Alphas of the group. Our mission is to infiltrate the school and insert ourselves tactically into this group of kids to test things out and wreak some havoc.
How has it been to work with your brother, Max?
I like talking to [showrunner] Jeff [Davis] because he’s a twin. When I heard about the stuff we would be doing, I was like, “Oh, that sounds so complicated!,” but I trust him fully. He’s definitely writing my brother and I different parts. We each get our own things to do. I think he’s excited about it because he gets to put himself in there, too.
Here are short synopses for the next ten episodes:
3×03 – Fireflies: With Boyd and Cora on the loose and under the influence of the full moon, Scott and Derek must turn to an unlikely ally for help.
3×04 – Unleashed: While Scott tries to keep Isaac from engaging in a deadly confrontation with the Twins in school, Stiles attempts to prove his theory that the killings have nothing to do with werewolves.
3×05 – Frayed: During a bus ride to a cross country meet, Scott and his friends flash back to the events of a preemptive strike against the Alphas that has left several injured and possibly one or more dead.
3×06 – Motel California: Stranded at a motel for the night because of the postponed cross country meet, Scott and the others suffer strange experiences that cause them to believe members of their own group may the mysterious killer’s newest targets.
3×07 – Currents: As the danger begins to reach closer to Scott, threatening his trusted mentor and boss, Deaton, Kali and the Twins go after Derek.
3×08 – Visionary: Seeking answers, Scott, Allison and Stiles hear stories told by two unlikely narrators and discover a secret about the color of a werewolf’s eyes.
3×09 – The Girl Who Knew Too Much: As Allison begins to suspect someone dangerously close to her may be involved in the murders, Scott and Stiles conclude that Lydia’s rising talents may be their best bet to solving the murders.
3×10 – The Overlooked: Trapped inside an evacuated Beacon Hills hospital by a powerful storm, Scott and Derek must defend themselves against the Alphas while trying to figure out how to save Cora’s life.
3×11 – Alpha Pact: With the threat growing far more personal and time running out on innocent lives, Scott is forced to make a difficult choice in order to save both friends and family while, at the same time, Derek and Peter try to figure out how to save Cora’s life.
3×12: Under Deaton’s advice, Scott and his friends use an ancient but extremely dangerous ritual to help them both save the lives of the people they love and stop Deucalion from achieving his sinister goal.
Additional reporting by Amanda Yesilbas and Charlie Jane Anders.