The polls are officially open in our third annual readers’ choice Season Finale Awards. Now through Monday, vote for your favorites — or least favorites — in 20 categories. We’ll crown the winners Tuesday. READ FULL STORY
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On July 22, adolescents will briefly stop texting in order to celebrate their favorite movies, TV shows, musicians, sports stars, and more at the 14th annual Teen Choice Awards. Who are we kidding — they’ll be texting as they celebrate. The show’s nominee list was revealed today, and it’s filled with exactly what you’d expect: The Hunger Games, vampires, Justin Bieber, and more vampires.
The Hunger Games is going head-to-head with Twilight: The One With the Sex (a.k.a. Breaking Dawn Part I), as well as The Avengers, Mirror Mirror, and Wrath of the Titans in the Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy category. Josh Hutcherson and Jennifer Lawrence racked up individual nominations as well, as did the Hunger Games book trilogy. Yes, there’s now a Choice Book award. Other nominees include the Twilight saga, the Divergent series, Nicholas Sparks’ The Lucky One, and…The Giver, which was first published in 1993, before most of today’s teenagers were born.
Okay, if you haven’t watched the season 3 finale of The Vampire Diaries yet then please stop reading now and get your priorities straight!
Now that the obligatory disclaimer is out of the way… READ FULL STORY
If you only watch two minutes of The Vampire Diaries‘ star Nina Dobrev’s interview with Conan O’Brien from Wednesday, it needs to be the clip below. Conan asks her to show him a yoga move, and she uses him as a human wall to do the scorpion. As fellow guest Joel McHale says, “This is awesome.” And that was before he saw where Nina put her feet.
Still, it’s the dismount we think Conan will recall most fondly — and what made him take a victory lap. Good times! READ FULL STORY
We have three episodes of The Vampire Diaries left this season, including tonight’s Roaring ’20s Decade Dance, and by the end of them, we will know which Original is at the start of Damon, Stefan, Caroline, and Katherine’s bloodline. Whichever Original it is can’t be killed, because when an Original dies, all the vampires in his or her line follow — and we need the show to continue. So, which Original do you hope gets the pass? It doesn’t mean this character has to have actual screen time moving forward, mind you. Or that you’re condemning all the other Originals to certain death. It just means that the possibility for this one character to resurface will always exist. If you follow my recaps, you know as much as I love seeing Klaus (Joseph Morgan) tear up — and I do — I’m rooting for it to be Elijah (Daniel Gillies), who has interesting histories with both Katherine and Elena (Nina Dobrev) that I’d love to revisit, in addition to great taste in suits and the ability to make me trust him even though he likes to rip people’s hearts out. I recently took my plea to TVD exec producer Julie Plec. ”Let me tell you, there’s a 25 percent chance it’s Elijah. In my heart, maybe it’s 97 percent,” she laughed, humoring me. “I don’t know.” Let’s take it to a vote below. READ FULL STORY
The Vampire Diaries star Paul Wesley was a guest on Live! with Kelly this morning, and he asked Ripa’s cohost, D.L. Hughley, if he remembered him. He didn’t. Wesley said he had “three phenomenal words” that might help: “Burt Reynolds volleyball.” That did it! They costarred in the 2006 film Cloud 9, which, judging from the trailer embedded below, was about Burt Reynolds turning strippers into beach volleyball players. “We were up for Best Picture,” joked Wesley, who appears to have played the ladies’ frequently shirtless trainer. READ FULL STORY
From a shirtless Damon to a possible threesome (!!), if the preview for tonight’s episode of The Vampire Diaries is any indication, viewers have plenty to be excited about. Now, we’re adding another reason to the list.
For the past few months dedicated fans have been logging in to our live blog to chat (and often, freak out) about the episodes in real time. I’ve moderated many of these conversations but tonight I’m going to be joined by a very special co-host who has a lot more insight into the supernatural happenings in Mystic Falls: Vampire Diaries executive producer Julie Plec. READ FULL STORY
We are 10 days away from a new episode of The Vampire Diaries, and as fans of The CW’s top-rated show proved over the weekend — when they got executive producer Julie Plec’s name trending on Twitter — they can mobilize, even on hiatus. “That’s the first time the fans have done that,” Plec said of the honor in an email to EW. “Quite a hilarious thrill, I must say.”
We asked Plec to name a few other phrases she’d love to see trend before the show’s March 15 return. Her top picks: READ FULL STORY
You’ve checked out our three red-hot Vampire Diaries covers, voted on which was your favorite, but you are still hungry for more. More! Well, you’re in luck: You are just one click away from watching behind-the-scenes video footage of EW’s photo shoot with Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, and Ian Somerhalder.
Want to see it? (Of course you do!) All you have to do is head on over to EW’s Facebook page, “Like” us, and feast your eyes on everyone’s favorite tantalizing CW trio. Click here, then take a nice, cold shower.
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