While creator Alan Ball recently gave us some sizzling spoilersthe actors shared some spoilers of their own regarding their characters and their storylines. It's so gory sometimes, and it's like, 'Oh, my gosh, what am I watching? We keep getting ourselves into these places, like between a rock and a hard place.
Steamy 'True Blood' stars Anna Paquin [Sookie], Stephen Moyer [vampire Bill] and Alexander Skarsgard [vampire Eric] have posed completely in the buff but for splatters of blood and certain limbs covering certain body parts for the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. The stars of the HBO hit series have also told the publication how they film those tricky sex scenes. If we're naked in the scene, then I'm naked.
Check out what he had to say after the jump, and be aware that there are some spoilers. I had just wrapped on Pacific Rim. It come in the completely normal way.
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That something was "True Blood," the bloody, hyper-sexual relic of the late 's that famously went off the rails somewhere in the middle of its run, but is still currently airing its final season -- while everybody else has moved on to "Game of Thrones," "Teen Wolf," and the 37 other supernatural television shows on The CW. But "True Blood"'s remaining loyal fans were freaking out for good reason. After months years?
It was up to HBO to come up with new programming that could keep the network going. As such, there was a lot of turmoil going on behind the cameras. James would fall in love with Jessica and the two of them would escape the camp in which they were imprisoned.
Could "True Blood" possibly be more sexy, sinister and naked? When the dark dramedy returns to HBO on Sunday, June 16, the humans have declared all-out war against the vampires. Blame Billith, the bloody, naked reincarnation of Bill Compton.
It set the scene for what would be seven seasons worth of pure craziness, sex, blood lust and more vampires, werewolves, faeries and shapeshifters than TV had ever seen. Whether serendipitously or not, True Blood arrived when vampires were hot property. By comparison, the inhabitants of the fictional Louisiana town of Bon Temps, where True Blood was set, were sexually rabid, with both the humans and the supernatural gearing up for a bloodsucking.