Latest Diaries’ interviews: Cast’s holiday plans, Julie talks dark places, TV Guide chats to Sara Canning

During her visit to the Vampire Diaries’ set earlier this month, Carina Mackenzie also asked the actors what they were planning for the holidays. Their answers vary from drinking eggnog, through deleting Facebook account, to the most important – seeing their family. Play the video below for 7+ minutes of Christmas spirit. Happy Holidays everybody!

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Also, TV Fanatic have posted part one of their interview with producer Julie Plec. She discusses all kinds dark (and shirtless), including a new werewolf (possibly) coming to town and Klaus’s casting. Read an extract and visit TV Fanatic for the rest. The second part will be posted in late January.

Do you have any idea who will play Klaus?
None whatsoever. We started the casting process, we’re early in it. We have high standards, and high hopes. It’s going to be very tough to not only hold their own against Ian and Paul, but also Daniel Gillies [Elijah], who a pretty tremendous actor. We’re taking the casting very seriously and it’ll be interesting to see how it turns out.

And Sara Canning stopped by TV Guide to talk about Aunt Jenna. She comments on her character still in the dark, what will happen when she finds out (that has to happen eventually, right?) and how that will affect her relationship with Alaric. You can find a quote here and head over to TV Guide to watch the video interview.

Unfortunately for Jenna, she’s still clueless about her supernatural surroundings and that her boyfriend Alaric (Matt Davis) is fully aware.

“I think if she were to find out it would be such a betrayal,” Canning said. “We’ve seen Jenna with her claws out a few times [but] … I really want to see what she’s actually capable of.

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