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January 20, 2014

TV Fanatic talked with Paul in honor of the upcoming 100th episode of The Vampire Diaries. Paul shares his least favorite scene from the show.

It’s a time for celebration at The Vampire Diaries.

This Thursday marks the 100th episode of The CW hit, with cast and crew gathering in Atlanta for a special red carpet event in honor of the milestone late last year.

TV Fanatic was on hand to talk to the stars, asking Nina Dobrev for her favorite Elena moment and Ian Somerhalder for his top Damon scene.

Paul Wesley, though? We took a different tact with him: What was the actor’s LEAST favorite scene to shoot as Stefan?

He answers that question and also tells us here why he prefers to play complex characters:

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  • January 12, 2014

    Last night Paul attended Sean Penn’s benefit gala.

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    Paul Wesley Web > 2014 > January 11 | Sean Penn Help Haiti Home Gala Benefit

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  • January 9, 2014

    We have a new still from the 100th episode of The Vampire Diaries, 500 Years of Solitude

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    Paul Wesley Web > The Vampire Diaries > Season Five > Episode Stills > 05×11 | 500 Years of Solitude

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  • January 9, 2014

    I apologize for the lack of updates this past month, there has been some things happening in my life but I am back and am working on getting the site up to date.

    Here is a promo for the 100th episode of The Vampire Diaries airing on January 23rd.

    Katherine recalls the traumatic night in 1490 when she gave birth to a daughter who was immediately taken from her. Meanwhile, Nadia creates a frightening plan to protect her mother; and Caroline indulges in some scandalous behavior.

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  • November 22, 2013

    Stefan continues to offer Katherine his support while trying to mask his own pain, until Caroline shows up with an unusual form of therapy. After trying to make amends with Caroline, Elena grows so concerned about Damon that she turns to Aaron for help. Later, when Damon tells Elena about a terrible ordeal in his past that he has kept secret for decades, she shares the disturbing information she just learned about her own family. Finally, Aaron decides on a desperate course of action after a conversation with Dr. Wes.

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  • November 19, 2013

    Added a new promotional image of Paul as Stefan from Season 5 to the gallery!

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    Paul Wesley Web > The Vampire Diaries > Season Five > Promotional Images > Shoot 002

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  • November 19, 2013

    Here are caps from last Thursdays epiosde of the Vampire Diaries … Paul did an amazing job as both Silas and Stefan in this episode. I am interested to see how Stefan’s path goes now that Silas is gone.

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    Paul Wesley Web > The Vampire Diaries > Season Five > Episode Captures > 05×07 | Death and the Maiden

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  • November 17, 2013

    E!Online speaks with Paul & Candice about whether or not Stefan and Caroline should hook up!

    Confession: We aren’t Team Delena or Team Stelena; We’re Team Steroline!

    Ever since Stefan (Paul Wesley) took Caroline (Candice Accola) under his wing after she became a bloodsucker in season two of The Vampire Diaries, the duo’s friendship has been one of our favorite parts of the CW hit series. It took us by surprise as she brought out the lighter, fun side of Stefan, while he calmed the slightly neurotic side of her.

    But could their friendship slowly be blossoming into something more, a la Dawson’s Creek’s Joey and Pacey? (Would that make Elena [Nina Dobrev] the Dawson?! Sorry girl, rough twist!) Well, it depends who you ask, as Paul Wesley and Candice Accola had very different opinions on a romantic relationship for the pair when we chatted with them on the show’s Atlanta set.

    Though it seems fans root for Caroline to hook up with almost everyone she shares a scene with (Because she is just the best, obviously), viewers seem to be particularly invested in her relationship with Stefan this season, something Accola said she understands.

    “I can see why viewers of the show see a Caroline and Stefan connection of sorts; I don’t think the characters themselves really think anything of it, if I had to jump into the Caroline brain,” she explained. “But I can see them growing as friends, it’s really up to the writers where these characters are going to go.”

    Plus, Caroline is totally Team Stelen according to Accola, who spilled, “I think Caroline truly believes Stefan and Elena are supposed to be together, so I can’t imagine her, at this time, trying to get in the way of that.”

    But prepare for some whiplash, because Wesley has a completely different view of the Stefan and Caroline relationship. (And we love it!)

    When we asked if he could see their friendship grow into something more, he quickly said, “Yeah, I can see that happening and I think it will happen. It’s been a very slow process. They like to really take their time with it. They’ve been sort of hinting at it and teasing it, but it hasn’t materialized.”

    And Wesley revealed he hopes to see something go down between the vamps very soon. “Hopefully within this season. They don’t have very much time left for Stefan and Caroline to get in the sack. That, I think, needs to happen.”
    Word, Wesley. Word.

    The Vampire Diaries airs tonight at 8 p.m. on the CW.

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