Sure, 'Game of Thrones' season 4 got all the attention Sunday night, at least enough for HBO to show off its summer premiere, 'The Leftovers,' with a first trailer, but what about the seventh and final season of HBO's fangbanging hit 'True Blood'? See the Stackhouse future in our first real look at 'True Blood' season 7, buried in HBO's latest spring 2014 trailer!
‘True Blood’ fans have once again been left at a loss, now that Bon Temps has been boarded off until season 7 bursts out in 2014. Sunday night’s season finale “Radioactive” left us on a much left direct cliffhanger than last year, but still raised a number of questions about the future of the series, from Eric Northman and his little friend to the sudden appearance of ‘Walking Dead’-style vampires. Why wait for fresh answers however, when we’ve go
Vampires aren't supposed to age ... right? That fact has been a mainstay in every iteration of the bloodsucker mythology, even in 'True Blood.' Though, the same cannot be said for the actual cast members.
HBO has done its best to portray Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer), Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) and their vampire buddies in the same immortal state from season to season. Now that 'True Blood' debuted its first episode of season 6, however, it seems more apparent than ever that even makeup can't hide the inevitable aging of the cast.
Check out the characters of 'True Blood' back in the days of season 1, and see how different they look now in season 6!
We knew that 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' was going to be a time travel story that would somehow merge the universes of the original 'X-Men' films and 'X-Men: First Class,' but the most recent casting news suggests something more epic than we could have possibly imagined. A cavalcade of past mutant superheroes have officially joined the cast, deepening an already absurdly great ensemble.
Kenneth Lonergan's 'Margaret' hit DVD and VOD this week -- a film that languished in post-production limbo for six years as Lonergan was unable or unwilling to finish a cut with which he was satisfied. The film is a beautiful, oft-messy character study of a young woman and the effects of tragedy.
Well, I guess there's no sense in beating around the bayou bush, is there? 'True Blood' returns this summer on Sunday, June 10, and at least one particularly nasty past villain from seasons past will return to wreak havoc on Bon Temps. But does Sookie Stackhouse have any idea what's coming?