“She loves him and she understands that’s what you do for the people you love, you have their back,” Accola says in this week’s Vampire Diaries Bite. “But at the same time she’ll have her feelings of … being very worried because she doesn’t want anything to happen to him.”
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CAST > CANDIDS > 2012 > NINA & IAN – SHOPPING A CHRISTMAS TREE IN ATLANTA – DEC 3
Do you have any Vampire Diaries scoop to help heal my broken heart over the Stefan-Elena breakup? — Helen
NATALIE: I don’t think this is going to help. There will be mass casualties in the midseason finale, including someone you’ve known since Season 1. My lips are sealed, but you can hit the comments with your guesses!
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“The Vampire Diaries”: We’re totally loving the idea of Matt and Jeremy as roommates — but don’t expect to spend too much time hanging out in Chateau Bro over the next few episodes. “Unfortunately, we don’t actually get to see them in action for a while,” executive producer Julie Plec says. “In [Episode 9], Jeremy gets shipped off to the lake house for treatment. They’re in a predicament, which is that he loves his sister and she’s the one person he’d love to kill more than anybody, so … when we get to Episode 9 we’ll see that Elena has enlisted Bonnie to help. She’s seeking out unconventional methods to find a fix.”
Does Elena really love Damon? Or is it all that blasted sire stuff?
Damon and Elena are both going to be asking themselves these questions. Damon, used to rejection, is probably going to question it even more than Elena, who has a very strong opinion about how she feels.
When does Elena find out?
Is there any real hope for Damon and Elena as a legit couple?
The sire bond issue will force them each to dig deep into their feelings towards each other as they try to define and defend them. This could either make them stronger than ever or tear them apart.
How does Stefan react to Elena being sired to Damon?
For Stefan, the shock turns to hope that this helps explain why he and Elena grew so far apart. But we’ll also see a lot more of Stefan finding his own strength and redefining what he wants for himself.
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Nina Dobrev co-stars in the upcoming adaptation of the novel The Perks of Being a Wallflower, and when we spoke to her at the US junket, she opened up on the book and movie’s tough subject matter and how she connected to her character as a fellow “overachiever.” Nina also talked about what’s ahead for Elena on The Vampire Diaries this season, promising that “everything’s heightened” for her character now that she’s a vampire. Check out our chat with Nina, and find The Perks of Being a Wallflower in cinemas on Nov. 29.
It’s an over-the-top, violent sort of comedy in the vein of Quentin Tarantino or Robert Rodriguez. It’s definitely for a very specific audience in terms of it being really gross. I did the movie because I wanted to do something not PG. Vampire Diaries is pretty gory, but this is definitely adult fare, an R-rated film. My character is a detective chasing criminals—Billy Bob Thornton’s one of them. My character’s got a wife and kids, and that was another thing that attracted me to the role, because I play a 17-year-old on TV, and I’m 30. I wanted to play someone a bit older.