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With The Vampire Diaries coming to an end, the cast will pay a visit to Washington, DC for the last time organized by Creationent!
Ian Somerhalder, Paul Wesley, Matt Davis, Michael Trevino, Zach Roerig, Chris Wood, Jodi Lyn O’Keefe, David Alpay and Chris Brochu of The Vampire Diaries will be there to represent The Vampire Diaries while Charles Michael Davis, Steven Krueger, Sebastian Roché and Chase Coleman will be there to represent The Originals. The event will be hosted by Micah Parker.

Schedule:
Shows start about 10 or 11 in the morning and run till about 6 or 7 at night. But they can start earlier and/or end later if necessary to accommodate an actor’s schedule for autographing and photo ops. The hour-by-hour schedule is posted late in the afternoon (California time) on the Wednesday before the convention. [Information]

Don’t forget to use the hashtag #TVDDC on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook!

Details: Ticket Information,
WASHINGTON, DC AREA
THE LAST AND ONLY VISIT TO THIS AREA
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
September 30 – October 2, 2016

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Hotel Information: Link
THE DOUBLETREE HOTEL CRYSTAL CITY
300 ARMY NAVY DRIVE
ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 22202


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09/12/20160 Comment(s)Filed Under: The Vampire Diaries , Videos

Once the devil comes a-calling, there’s no turning back. The final season of The Vampire Diaries premieres Friday, October 21 at 8/7c on The CW!


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09/10/20160 Comment(s)Filed Under: The Vampire Diaries , Videos

The Vampire Diaries’ 8th and final season starts October 21st on The CW. Here’s a preview;


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09/09/20160 Comment(s)Filed Under: Christopher Wood

Chris Wood (The Vampire Diaries’ season 6 as Kai Parker) landed the role of Mon-El on Supergirl in the second season and EW.com has some interesting spoilers;

Mon-El (Chris Wood)
The mysterious occupant of the pod, Mon-El hails from Krypton’s sister world. “The destruction of Krypton also resulted in a very bad day for Daxam — that’s how he escaped that cataclysm and came to Earth,” Kreisberg says. “He’s fresh off the boat. As far as he’s concerned, he got into a pod on Daxam on then the next day was on Earth.” Thus, Mon-El helps fulfill Kara’s original mission of looking out for Kal-El. “Now she has somebody to mentor,” he says. But the question is: Can he be trusted? “Can you trust anybody?” Kreisberg counters.


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The Vampire Diaries returns with its final season next month! Mark your agenda’s for October 21st!


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09/09/20160 Comment(s)Filed Under: Julie Plec , The Originals

What’s going on with Kol on The Originals? — S Delcarmen
Considering that Elijah and Freya both had a hand in Davina’s death — and Klaus is to blame for pretty much everything — Kol will find himself bonding with, well, the only other sibling he can: Rebekah. “Rebekah, like her siblings, has gotten caught up into the unified family takedown and spent five years in an alternate reality and is now back once again with that same choice she always has: What is my life supposed to be outside this crazy family,” showrunner Julie Plec says. “Kol, interestingly enough, is asking himself those same questions. The two of them are going to bond in a way that we haven’t gotten to see so much about what their future is in this family and how much of this crazy they’re expected to live through.”

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Yes, that’s right! Michael Trevino will be back for The Vampire Diaries’ final season as Tyler Lockwood, EW confirms;

When The Vampire Diaries fans first met Tyler Lockwood (Michael Trevino), he was the football-throwing jerk who thought he was too cool for school. But when the season 2 introduced the Lockwood family werewolf curse, things changed. Tyler started to evolve as a character, and the moment he fell in love with Caroline Forbes, the audience fell in love with him.

Six seasons later, he’d been a hybrid, a human, and a werewolf when he decided it was time to leave Mystic Falls behind. The season 6 finale marked his farewell, though he popped up briefly in season 7 as the man responsible for keeping Elena’s comatose body safe. When last we saw him, Damon — a bit out of his mind — beat him unconscious. But Tyler made it out alive.

Proof? EW can exclusively reveal that Michael Trevino is returning for the eighth and final season of The Vampire Diaries. First appearing in episode 3, Tyler will once again come face-to-face with Damon, except this time, Damon’s mental state is even worse as he continues to spiral out of control after his experience in the vault. Tyler will attempt to talk some sense into Damon by reminding him what and who is important, but if history is any indication, Damon’s not always eager to listen to Tyler…

The Vampire Diaries returns Friday, Oct. 21 at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.


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Question: What can you tell us about Alaric’s upcoming storyline on The Vampire Diaries? —Anna
Ausiello: I’ll say this, Anna: Don’t shed too many tears over his recent split from Caroline. And I’ll let executive producer Julie Plec explain why: “Alaric hasn’t had the best luck with women. I don’t know if he should be jumping into anything anytime soon, but if he does, the hot nanny would certainly be viable.” (The “hot nanny” in question is newcomer Seline, played by Containment’s Kristen Gutoskie.)

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Anything about Damon on The Vampire Diaries? — Steph
Now under the control of the mysterious new big bad, Damon finds himself being judge, jury, and executioner when the show returns. “Damon has unfortunately become a little bit of a servant to an evil who has an opinion on what should happen to people who do bad things,” EP Julie Plec teases. “He’s a little bit of a minion at the moment, and we’ll have to learn who he’s a minion for and why.”

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08/24/20160 Comment(s)Filed Under: Joseph Morgan , The Originals

Karma’s a bitch. Klaus Mikaelson’s (Joseph Morgan) supernatural offspring got their revenge on dear old dad in Season 3 of The Originals. Lucien (Andrew Lees)—the first human Klaus sired—killed Klaus’s love Camille (Leah Pipes). Then, in the finale, a betrayed Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) sealed Klaus inside a wall in unending agony. TV Insider talked to Morgan about his character’s “difficult year” and what could come next.

After a life dedicated to selfishness, Klaus finally lived up to his oft-cited vow “Family always and forever” and gave himself up to the aggrieved Marcel to keep his siblings safe.
Yes. Klaus managed to gain at least some form of redemption by sacrificing himself to a waking nightmare in order to keep his family alive. He’s in a comalike state that’s agonizing pain where your worst fears play like a silent movie in front of your eyes. Can you imagine?

The show will time-jump next season. When Klaus finally gets out, will he try to kill Marcel now that his once favorite “son” has become an all-powerful monster thanks to Lucien’s werewolf venom potion?
I don’t think so, unless it’s necessary for his survival. The bond with Marcel is one of the show’s foundations. That’s why it was so hurtful to Klaus when his brother Elijah (Daniel Gillies) tore out Marcel’s heart. I’m happy for Charles because in the last two episodes he’s done some very special work, but I’m sad for the lost relationship between the characters.

Can that rift between them ever be healed?
I don’t know. I certainly don’t think they’ll be drinking whiskey together. The Mikaelsons wrestled New Orleans from Marcel when they returned to the city [in the pilot], and now he’s taken it back. This could be the beginning of a war! There will be a score to settle, for sure.

Will Marcel and Klaus’s sister Rebekah (Claire Holt) still have their century-old romantic feelings for each other when the show returns?
Yes. And that adds complications to this twisted family drama.

How will Cami’s death affect Klaus? Is it the end of the healing she wanted for him?
Cami was cast as the love interest for Klaus, but she ended up as so much more. She nurtured his humanity, which allowed him to be a real father to Hope, his daughter with Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin). With Camille’s death, he fears he’ll go back to the guy who turned up, guns blazing, in Mystic Falls a couple of years ago. But as long as he has his daughter in his life, there’s hope for him. Quite literally.

With two vampire-werewolf hybrids as parents, and witch genes as well, Hope could grow to be very powerful. So maybe she will be Klaus’s savior in ways that might also include rescuing him from his current imprisonment?
His savior—or his downfall? How old would she have to be to kill her father? She could have a lot of resentment. I have always felt Hope would be the key to everything.

How was filming that romantic death scene in which Klaus gave Cami one final vision of a perfect day in the French Quarter?

It was great. They wrote such poetic speeches for me. We filmed for the whole day together out in a small Georgia town, and it was the culmination of our work together over the last three years. We’re all really sad to see her go. Klaus is always bad news for women.

Considering all the havoc he has caused in his near thousand-year lifetime, does Klaus deserve a happy ending?
I want him to have redemption. That might not mean a happy ending for him, but I’d want it to bring happiness to other people, especially Hope. Whatever form that redemption takes, it should end up making a better life for her.

You play this powerful immortal with a strong sense of self-worth and a hair-trigger temper. Does your wife (Persia White of The Vampire Diaries) ever say, “Whoa, Klaus is coming out, honey”?
He does come out now and again. [Laughs] She says, “You’re giving me that look.…” But she knows how to handle Klaus.


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