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Posted on Jul 10, 2013
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For Comic Con each year TV Guide releases some special covers and the Vampire Diaries cast will be featured on one of them. Here is a sample of the cover! Be sure to check stands to get your very own copy!

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Posted on Mar 22, 2013
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Thanks to my friend Brianne we have two sets of scans of Paul from TV Guide in 2012.

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Paul Wesley Web > PUBLICATIONS > 2012 > April 2 | TV Guide
Paul Wesley Web > PUBLICATIONS > 2012 > December 3 | TV Guide

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Posted on Mar 06, 2013
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Here is a video of Paul from his shoot that he did for the April issue of Glamour UK.

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Posted on Jan 22, 2013
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Mens Fitness did a feature on Paul and his love of snowboarding.

The star of “The Baytown Outlaws” and “Vampire Diaries”, tells us about his natural habitat and why he feels at home on the mountain—and how you can, too.

We had a little sit-down chat with The Baytown Outlaws star Paul Wesley to discuss his true icy passion–snowboarding:

MF: How did you get into snowboarding in the first place?

PW : I grew up in Jersey, and we have Hunter Mountain there, so we’d go nonstop in the winter. We used to travel all over Vermont and New Hampshire—it was just part of my childhood. I was on a ski team when I was seven years old, and I shifted into snowboarding when I was about 13. I’ve been hooked on it ever since. One of my biggest problems with being out in Atlanta [for filming] is that there’s no mountain to snowboard. I literally feel like I’m in a desert with no water.

MF: What’s your favorite terrain? Downhill? Snowpark?

PW: When I was younger, and I didn’t give a shit about breaking my bones or falling on my face, I’d do the half-pipe. Now that I’m an old man, I feel like Warner Brothers would sue the shit out of me if I broke a bone in my body, so I’m definitely a little more cautious. For the first time in my life, I’m wearing a helmet. I like to basically shoot down as fast as I can—I mean, I love getting fresh powder and carving, but one of the biggest thrills is trying to go so fast that my cheeks are [being pulled from my face] by the wind velocity.

MF: Is it true you once got a speeding ticket from the ski police?

PW: The last time we went, the ski police—who actually do exist—gave me a ticket for speeding. I can’t imagine they had radar, but I guess I was going too fast and endangering other skiers. So I was literally written a ticket. It was kind of hilarious. I didn’t even know there were ski police.

MF: Where, in your experience, is the best place to board?

PW: Lately, I’ve just been doing a lot of West Coast riding, which is infinitely better than East Coast riding. You just don’t get the same conditions on the East Coast—it’s way icier. Whistler, B.C., is one of my all-time favorite places to go because the town itself is so stunning. It really just depends on whether you get dumped on. If you can catch a sunny day after a massive storm and it’s just fresh powder, you can fall all over the place and not get hurt.

MF: What’s your best snowboarding memory? Have you landed anything you’re particularly proud of?

PW: When you’re a kid, all you care about is doing tricks. I remember when I landed my first 540—I landed backside. For me, it was, like, the greatest achievement ever—and my friend caught it all on video. Nowadays, I don’t really have that. But I still enjoy the peace snowboarding gives me. It just makes me forget about everything else and enjoy life. It’s really therapeutic.
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Posted by Ali
Posted on Dec 18, 2012
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Paul is featured on the cover of the new issue of Bello magazine … here are some outtakes from the shoot.

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Paul Wesley Web > PHOTOSHOOTS > Outtakes > 2012 | 011

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Posted on Dec 09, 2012
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Paul is on the cover of the new issue of Bello Magazine … I can’t wait to see more images from this shoot!

You can download the issue on iTunes.

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Posted on Jul 21, 2012
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Both TV Guide & Entertainment Weekly released their Comic Con issues this week and the scans have been added to the gallery.

Gallery Links:
Paul Wesley Web > PUBLICATIONS > 2012 > 07.00 – TV Guide – Comic Con
Paul Wesley Web > PUBLICATIONS > 2012 > 07.27 – Entertainment Weekly

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Posted on Jul 06, 2012
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TV Guide has revealed the covers of their annual Comic Con issue. This year one of the double sided covers features The Vampire Diaries. Here is your first look at the one featuring Paul as Stefan!

For the third year in a row TV Guide Magazine and Warner Bros. Television are teaming up for a Comic-Con special edition issue that gives fans everything they want to know about their favorite hit shows.

The magazine features four sets of collectible “flip” covers featuring the casts of The Big Bang Theory, Fringe, Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries on both sides and exclusive content on Warner Bros.’ fan-favorite series, including Person of Interest and Nikita. In addition to scoop on each show, the magazine takes fans behind the scenes with exclusive photos from the sets, plus previews of several upcoming series: The CW’s Arrow and Cult, Fox’s The Following, NBC’s Revolution, ABC’s 666 Park Avenue. There’s also a look at Cartoon Network’s DC Nation animation block, a preview of the new He-Man and the Masters of the Universe comic book, a special Justice League pull-out poster by DC Entertainment artist and co-publisher Jim Lee and much more.

Warner Bros. Television Group will distribute copies of the magazine throughout the five days of Comic-Con International (July 11—15) exclusively at the Warner Bros. booth (No. 4545) on the floor of the San Diego Convention Center. For those not attending Comic-Con, the special issue will be available on newsstands beginning Tuesday, July 17 and on the NOOK by Barnes & Noble.