There are lots of hot men on True Blood, but there's only one Jason Stackhouse. The small-town heartthrob-turned-vampire-hunter is the next character to be highlighted in HBO's many small sneak peeks of the third season, which I think we're owed, since he was nowhere to be seen in these otherwise amazing new photos from the show.
In wake of the kick-ass that was Dead Snow we get 4th Reich. And once again they are zombies, but there is no comedy in this plot and the premise is most excellent. The 4th Reich is being directed by Shaun Robert Smith who worked on the great movie, This is England. So, I have much confidence that this film is going to rock it out. And I have to tell you folks, this looks awesome. Enjoy!
June 1944, after the glorious victory on D-day, the armies of the combined allied forces begin their long push to Berlin with the aim of bringing down Hitler and the despised Nazi regime of the Third Reich.
But buried deep in secret files German Reichstag, is the chilling reality of Hitler’s plan to create an eternal living hell, The 4th Reich.
Dr. Joseph Mengele, Hitler’s chief scientist, was charged with creating a new super army of invincible soldiers. A force that would never be beaten. His experiments and research at the death camps of Auschwitz, Belsen and Birkenau would create unspeakable evil.
A small brigade of soldiers from 3rd Infantry Division, under the command of the battle hardened Captain Bathurst embark on an ever darkening quest to liberate Europe. Fighting their way through the French countryside, villages and war ravaged towns. Each step discovering progressively strange battles and events until they reach an abandoned research facility where the true horror begins…
Are you guys as trailer happy as I for this one? Show of hands.
Some cool as hell person who purchased a copy of The Final Destinationuploaded this for us, so high fives to you pal whoever you are. Enjoy me lovelies!
Ok, might Brad Fuller be about to make me eat my words. Dare I say this movie might be…good. Will I have to give props to Michael Bay and his minons in 2010? Oh, the horror, the horror.
Ready or not April 30th is on its way.
Our bestest friend Lafayette is getting a new man on the upcoming season of True Blood. Let’s all clap for the hooka! Remember last season when he called Tara a hooka? No, well he did. Anyway, Kevin Alejandro is joining the cast as Lafayette’s love interest. Lafayette, he ain’t bad! High fives all around!
Kevin Alejandro used to play Santos on Ugly Betty and will reportedly be in every episode of season three of True Blood. I’m happy for Lafayette but, I was hoping Eric was going to continue torturing him. Oh, well. Alejandro will play an orderly named Jesus taking care of Lafayette’s mother Ruby Jean Reynolds (the awesome Alfre Woodard), who is in a care facility.
The Hollywood Reporter reports Joe Manganiello will be playing Alcide, the werewolf, in season three. Also, the devinely talented Alfre Woodard will join as Lafayette's (Nelsan Ellis) mom.
I think he’s hot and just right. So what do we think of the new Alcide?
For some reason that escapes me, I have a mini-crush on James Frain. It’s because he’s a Brit, but I keep wanting him to call me love from across the room, while I giggle gleefully grabbing his ears. What now?
Anyway, Frain has joined the cast of the delicious True Blood as the character Franklin Mott. Now, I’ve read all of 15 pages of Book Three so I have no clue who this character is, other than he is a possible vampire love interest for Tara. Since Tara got on my nerves so much last season, I hope his addition will make me care about her in some way.
What do you guys think? James Frain – Hot or Not?
I love how the bigger stars are jumping on the monster bandwagon. It makes me happy. The latest starlet to join our side is Natalie Portman. Portman has as Variety reports signed on to star in and produce “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,” a film based on the bestselling book written by Seth Grahame-Smith and Austen.
“Described as an expanded version of the Austen classic, the book tells the timeless story of a woman’s quest for love and independence amid the outbreak of a deadly virus that turns the undead into vicious killers.”