September issue already in the works!
Nina– top 5 of best young actresses we’ve worked with, she was an all-star!
Will have to wait until August 16th to see the full shoot 😦
Source: Michael H. Ritter’s posterous
As we head into the summer, TV Fanatic will be grading and reviewing a number of the small screen’s biggest hits. First up: The Vampire Diaries.
What did we think of its first season? Who was its best character? Where do we hope it goes next year? Read on. Fine out. Chime in.
Best Character: Damon Salvatore. This will likely be the easiest choice we make on any show’s evaluation. Ian Somerhalder simply owned this role, having a blast with Damon’s snarky, sarcastic side – but deftly transitioning to serious and vulnerable when called for. Emmy voters will never even look at a CW show, but they should make an exception in this case.
Worst character: Caroline. This is more by default by anything. We had to choose someone. Caroline is nice and pretty, but she isn’t a vampire. She isn’t a werewolf. She’s sort of just eye candy for male viewers, which does make me wonder: why am I complaining again?
Best episode: Blood Brothers. This hour took us back to 1864, revealing exactly how Damon and Stefan were turned. It also threw a major, believable twist into the relationship between these brothers. Amazing stuff.
Credit: Ian Somerhalder Italy
Credit: Vampire Diaries Web
Warning: The Trifecta of Hotness that is otherwise known as Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley may scorch your retinas.
Watch the video above with an emergency eye-flush kit on hand.
I just caught up with The Vampire Diaries stars to talk about that insanely good season finale and what’s ahead for season two. So why were we talking about Melrose Place‘s (RIP) Ashlee Simpson appearing on The Vampire Diaries?
A couple of months ago, I was contacted by Crissy Calhoun, author of “Spotted: Your One and Only Unofficial Guide to Gossip Girl”. She is currently writing a similar book for The Vampire Diaries, “Love You To Death: The Unofficial Companion to The Vampire Diaries” and it will be released in September of 2010. She asked me if I would be willing to answer a few questions about the TVD fandom, and of course, I happily agreed. So keep your eye out for it! And it is already available on Amazon for pre-order, I’m pre-ordering mine today!
Source: Vampire Diaries Online
Last week, I had the opportunity to work with “Vampire Diaries” actress, Candice Accola, for an upcoming 8 page style spread in Regard Magazine.
I wanted to feature one of my favorite cocktail dress designers, Dalia McPheewww.daliaonline.com, & showcase the various ways her line can be worn!
I took your average dress & transformed each one of them into a life of their own!
We tried the Avant Garde look, the Grecian Goddess Look, The “Up-”Town” Girl Look, The 1940’s Glam Look, & the EMPOWERING woman look & many more on Candice & she looked STUNNING in every one of them!
Can you GEMS guess which is which from the pictures above?
Be sure to check outwww.regardmag.comperiodically to see the rest of the shoot once the issue is released!
Special thanks to Candice Accola, photographer Dimitry Loiseau www.dimitryl.com, Make Up & Hair Artist Valerie Noblewww.valerienoble.com, 2nd key stylist Chris Emoch & the entire glam squad for making this shoot as SPECTACULAR as it was!
So what do you think of the shoot so far?
Pretty amazing, right?
Source: Mr Brad Shaw
Credit: I Heart Vampire Diaries