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November 10, 2013

This weekend the cast and crew of The Vampire Diaries celebrated their 100th episode! This is an awesome accomplishment! Congratulations to them on this!

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  • November 10, 2013

    Added captures from Thursday’s episode of The Vampire Diaries, Handle with Care.

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  • November 10, 2013

    Cinema Blaze shared this great interview with Paul where he talks about how he likes Stefan to be and about pranks on the set.

    Interview with Paul Wesley of ‘The Vampire Diaries’. In The CW’s new hit series “The Vampire Diaries, Paul Wesley plays the role of Stefan Salvatore, a vampire who struggles to live in peace with humans. He’s in love with a human by the name of Elena Gilbert (Nina Dobrev). As if it’s not difficult enough to keep himself from sinking his teeth into her neck, he’s forced to protect her from his villainous brother Damon (Ian Somerhalder) who has no problem drinking blood directly from a human’s neck.

    During the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour, Paul Wesley talked about how much he enjoys wearing fangs and getting to work with the cast on the series.

    Q: Do you talk to the producers about aspects of the character you’d like to see on The Vampire Diaries?
    Paul: Yes, absolutely. As a matter of fact, when we get the scripts, we have a relationship where we can call them and say, “Why do I do this?” Julie and Kevin write our characters for us and, the way that we play our characters, they’ll see something and go, “Oh, I like that smile there,” or “I like Stefan sort of sinister,” and they start writing more of that. They cater to it and, in a sense, mold it to your liking.

    Q: What powers of Stefan’s do you wish you had?
    Paul: I have every power that he has, he just has it tenfold. Everything that he has is heightened.

    Q: Would you want to have those heightened senses?
    Paul: It would make me insanely neurotic, even more than I am now, especially overhearing what people say about me. I don’t think I’d want it.

    Q: Do you and Ian discuss the sibling relationship?
    Paul: We do analyze it. We do a lot of work and spend a lot of time talking about our roles, but then we let it go and drift. We are bros in real life and you can’t fabricate that.

    Q: Did you enjoy it when Stefan and Damon were imitating each other?
    Paul: That was fantastic! We had a blast. We spend 24 hours a day together, so I didn’t have to look at him anymore. I knew exactly what he did. I knew exactly how to make fun of him. I get all his little quirks. We had so much fun that day. Everybody was laughing. It was one of those days on set where the crew was like, “Oh, my God, Ian and Paul are not taking themselves so seriously.” I’m usually like, “I need another take.” I’m always about it being good and perfect, to the point of detriment, and that day we just wanted to have fun.

    Q: You and Ian talk about how much you love working together. Does Nina ever feel left out?
    Paul: She’s mutually admired, in the same way. Ian and I are bros, so I can mess with him. Nina is like our little sister, in a sense. It sounds a little incestuous because we’re acting that we’re in love with her, but we protect her. Me and Ian just rip on each other, but that’s ‘cause I love him.

    Q: What makes you a good friend?
    Paul: At the end of the day, if someone I cared about called me at 4:00 in the morning and said, “I’m stuck. Can you drive two hours to help me?,” I’ll do it. I have four friends that will do that for me and I know Ian is one of them. I have five people on my speed dial and he’s one of them.

    Q: Are there ever any pranks on the set?
    Paul: We prank each other on a daily basis. There’s nothing major, but they’re constantly ripping on me. Ian and I kid around, constantly. I’ll switch Ian’s number on the call sheet, so that instead of number 3, I’ll make him number 13 and say, “You dropped to number 13 status, man. You’re not up on the list of priorities.” We rip on each other ‘cause we love each other so much. It’s little things like that, but nothing crazy.

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  • November 10, 2013

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  • November 3, 2013

    Added captures from Thursday’s episode of The Vampire Diaries.

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  • October 31, 2013

    A new still from episode 7, Death & the Maiden.

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  • October 31, 2013

    Silas announces his new goal to Damon and Elena; Tessa tells Stefan about her next move; Katherine discovers an unexpected consequence of being human and realizes she needs a new place to stay; Bonnie is touched by Jeremy’s determination to stand by her; Damon is stunned when he learns the secret to Tessa’s plan.

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  • October 27, 2013

    Today Paul attended the Savannah Film Festival along with Nina Dobrev, Candice Accola & Phoebe Tonkin. Thanks to Mimi we have pics in the gallery!

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