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]

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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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Don’t blame Klaus if he doesn’t recognize his daughter when The Originals returns in 2017. As revealed as San Diego Comic-Con, there will be a five-year time jump between the CW drama’s third and fourth seasons — and now, TVLine can exclusively introduce you to the actress playing grown-up Hope: Summer Fontana.

Fontana, whose credits include a role in the movie Basic Witches (how appropriate!), began filming for Season 4 earlier this week. And, seriously, is she not the spitting image of her parents? (Or at least her father?)

“I’m excited to see what kind of personality this little girl has,” Phoebe Tonkin said of Hope during the cast’s interview with TVLine at Comic-Con. “Even though she hasn’t been around her dad for the last five years, I think there’s a lot of Klaus in her — good or bad — and I’m excited to see that in this little powerful witch.”



I have added photos of The Originals’ cast at San Diego’s Comic-Con;





The Headless Horseman is making tracks for New Orleans. Sort of. Neil Jackson, Ichabod’s friend-turned-frenemy on Fox’s Sleepy Hollow, will recur on The Originals‘ upcoming fourth season, series star Joseph Morgan revealed to reporters in the press room at San Diego Comic-Con, TV Line confirms;

Little is known as about Jackson’s character at the moment, save for him being a vampire named Alistair who will interact with Klaus. (For Alistair’s sake, let’s hope that interaction doesn’t involve a beheading — not that Jackson hasn’t had practice in that role.)

Jackson’s additional TV credits include roles on Blindspot, Person of Interest and Make It or Break It.

What we do know about Season 4 is that it picks up five years after the events of May’s season finale, as Hayley and a grown-up Hope fight to save and reunite their family. You can learn more about what the fourth season has in store for the Mikaelsons in TVLine’s cast interview below.



I have added photos of The Vampire Diaries’ cast at San Diego’s Comic-Con;





I have added photos of The Vampire Diaries’ Paul Wesley during San Diego’s Comic-Con 2016;





I have added photos of The Vampire Diaries’ Ian Somerhalder during San Diego’s Comic-Con 2016;





I have added photos of The Vampire Diaries’ Kat Graham attending Entertainment Weekly’s Comic-Con Party;





I have added photos of The Vampire Diaries’ Candice Accola during San Diego’s Comic-Con 2016;





Andy Swift talks “The Vampire Diaries” final season with the cast in the TVLine Comic-Con;



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