Wednesday, July 15, 2015

The Vampire Diaries Season 7 is going to take another twist. With Elena gone, it seems like the Salvatore brothers could just be paired off with the remaining female cast members. However, it was revealed that Bonnie won’t get together with Damon right away. In fact, she’ll have another love interest.

“I’m feeling like Damon is still madly in love with Elena,” executive producer Caroline Dries. “Bonnie’s going to maybe have her own love interest this year and it’s not going to be Damon.”

Bonnie and Damon will continue to develop their friendship throughout The Vampire Diaries Season 7, and the writers think they work well as just friends. “Don’t mess with a good thing, that’s how we think of it,” Dries said.

So who would Bonnie date if not Damon? With Tyler and Jeremy gone and Stefan taken, her only options are Alaric or Matt. Of course, those are her only choices if she dates a man, but Bonnie might like women too.

Graham made it clear that she would be supportive of a Damon and Bonnie romance, but she also revealed that she’d be okay if Bonnie’s next love interest was a female. “I’ve pitched female witches,” Graham revealed. “I’ve pitched that. I’ve pitched Bonnie having some discoveries, sexually, about herself. I’ve pitched everything. I don’t know. We’ll see what happens.”

This isn’t the first time Graham has chatted about Bonnie’s possible bisexuality. In May, she revealed that she’d like to show a different side of her character. “I’m all about exploring characters’ sexuality and stuff like that,” Graham told Entertainment Weekly. “And I’m hoping that Bonnie, through her new empowerment, will start to discover another side of her as well, maybe something that hasn’t really been a focus on the show.”

While there will be a new lesbian couple added to the show in the fall, neither Nora or Mary Louise will be Bonnie’s love interests. “They’re nasty, nasty, nasty girls, but they’re going to be good,” executive producer Julie Plec said. It seems Bonnie will have to look for love elsewhere.

The Vampire Diaries” Season 7 premieres on Thursday, Sept. 28, at 8 p.m. EDT on the CW.

Friday, July 10, 2015

The Vampire Diaries Season 7 Poster

Maybe it is too early to teas up every vampire diaries fans but I am definitely one of them how the things will be going on in season 7 as Elena have already makes her exit in the series. All of us saddened that one of our favorite main character in the series is leaving in the show naming Nina Dobrev aka Elena Gilbert everyone of us might got to confuse what is the next for the mystic falls then.

After the season 6 finale of the series all of us got some confusion what will be the next thing for the vampire diaries season 7 and what is gonna happen for the characters that are left in the show. Everybody feels the tear jerker season finale of the series. Somehow it is a few months more to go and the new season will start again The Vampire Diaries Season 7 poster is here to pick and definitely Elena is isnt it there but Caroline takes it all.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015



Can’t wait until June 29 for the fifth season premiere of Teen Wolf? Well, now you don’t have to! Yep, you can catch Tyler Posey, 23, and the rest of the gang make their next moves as Beacon Hills High School seniors in a extended preview released by MTV. Set in the future, big surprises are up ahead including a rather epic return from superbae, Max Carver, 26. Check it out!



The biggest revelation from the show’s new clip? This season, it’s obvious that we will be introduced to several sides of Lydia. This banshee babe kicks some serious booty and proves she can hold her own with the boys. Atta girl! Take a look and see for yourself:

Max’s character Aiden appears to Lydia in a vision, in between her glorious bouts of female fearlessness. While we’re still unsure as to why he decided to drop a visit to Lyds, we definitely can’t wait to find out!

Because the first portion of the new season is filled with forthcoming events, there are a few holes we’re waiting to be filled in leaving us even more excited for when the show finally comes back to the small screen!

n the very first taste of what was to come on Teen Wolf, the initial trailer for Season 5 teased many upcoming changes and challenges. The most shocking? It appears as if Malia just might cheat on her main man, Stiles.

While we could possibly be disappointed in Malia’s discretions, at least we know one thing’s for sure: Lydia is serving up a major dose of girl power, which we can 100 percent get behind! Teen Wolf comes back to MTV June 29 at 10 p.m.

Monday, June 15, 2015

As the Game of thrones season 5 ends, Stannis unravels, Arya goes rogue, Cersei submits, and Jon Snow is betrayed.

Things were going so well for Jon Snow. Sure, he didn't have many allies as Lord Commander of the Night's Watch, but he was a great leader. He forged an alliance with the Wildlings and is one of the few people who truly understand the looming threat of the Night's King and the White Walkers.

Jon Snow recalls the events of Hardhome to Samwell Tarly and how the Night's King just had to lift his arms to create an undead army. One common thread spread across the "Game of Thrones" Season 5 finale is leaders burdened with tough decisions. Whether it's what happens when you try to gain power or stay true to yourself, there's always a group just waiting to oppose everything for which you stand.

Sam wants to become a Maester and asks Jon to travel to the Citadel with Gilly and the baby. Sam's training at the Citadel would give him the ability to help the Night's Watch and Jon after Maester Aemon's death. Sam does not want to fail Gilly and would rather face a whole army of White Walkers than see disappointment in her eyes. Their relationship is a rare glimmer of hope this season and has given Sam more agency: He is no longer the coward of previous seasons.

With Sam's departure, Jon has no true ally left at Castle Black. Melisandre arrives at Castle Black after leaving Stannis before the siege of Winterfell. Ser Davos finds out Shireen was sacrificed. After reading a few letters, Olly tells Jon a Wildling saw Benjen Stark alive, but it's a trap to lead him outside. Faced with a sign that says "traitor," members of a group led by Ser Aliser Thorne take turns stabbing Jon in what is known by readers as For the Watch. Olly delivers the final blow.

This event is quite the cliffhanger. For readers, For the Watch was similar to the Red Wedding and I'm sure fans will be left wondering if Jon is really dead. "Game of Thrones" Season 6 is shaping up to be something special if series creators D.B. Weiss and David Benioff provide a few answers to Jon's fate.

Cersei remains in her cell and finally confesses. She admits to having an affair with Lancel Lannister, but does not confess to a relationship with Jaime Lannister or to the murder of Robert Baratheon. Her confession does not free her from a trial. The High Sparrow announces she has to atone for her sin, which means a penance walk. Cersei is stripped and her hair is cut short before her walk from the Sept of Baelor to the Red Keep. As she walks, citizens begin yelling slurs and throwing food at her while Septa Unella rings a bell while saying "shame." Cersei is humiliated and can barely hold back her emotions as she completes her walk of atonement. Cersei's feet are bleeding. She barely reaches the gates of the Red Keep before crying. It's a heartbreaking scene and one where we genuinely sympathize with a character we've hated for the last five seasons. Lena Headey delivers a powerful and nuanced performance that concludes with a transformed Cersei.

Qyburn finally covers her up while Maester Pycelle and her uncle, Kevan Lannister, look on. We learn what Qyburn's been up to -- a resurrected Ser Gregor Clegane that will serve as Cersei's monstrous kingsguard protector.

At the beginning of the "Game of Thrones" Season 5 finale, Melisandre approves of the weather and it seems like the sacrifice of Shireen has pleased the Lord of Light. The weather has turned in Stannis' favor, but he is still burdened by the decision to sacrifice his daughter. Stannis gets even more bad news when half his army deserts him. As if Stannis needed to receive any more bad news, his men alert him to Selyse Baratheon's suicide. Despite all the losses, Stannis' army remains formidable. The Boltons are gearing up for war at Winterfell and Sansa tries to escape in the chaos.

The Bolton army rides out to meet Stannis' troops in a huge open field battle. Stannis' army is surrounded, and it's pretty much a slaughter: a whole season of buildup to see Stannis' column get flanked by the Boltons. Stannis is surrounded by his dead bannermen, and he staves off one attack, but his bad day gets worse when Brienne finds him wounded. She recites her vow to Renly Baratheon to avenge his death and kill Stannis. She sentences him to death. The scene ends as Brienne raises Oathkeeper and lets out a scream. It looked like Sansa Stark would once again be thwarted in her attempt to escape the Boltons and flee Winterfell. Pod sees Stannis' army marching to Winterfell and Brienne turns away before she can see Sansa's signal.

Sansa remains trapped in Winterfell and the Bolton army has returned after their victory. Myranda finds her and Theon/Reek finally does something useful. After Theon throws Myranda off the walkway, he grabs Sansa and the two jump to safety. While it may not be as satisfying a conclusion as many would have wanted after Sansa was raped on her wedding night, she and Theon/Reek are now out of Winterfell. It'll be interesting to see how "Game of Thrones" Season 6 handles Sansa's escape and her next moves.

Ser Meryn Trant is abusing three girls in the brothel. The third girl is Arya Stark with a new face. She gets her vengeance for the death of Syrio Forel, but she is punished by the Faceless Men. Arya kills Meryn, but she is supposed to be "no one" and stole a life from the Many-Faced God. For her treachery, Jaqen H'ghar poisons himself. It turns out to be a corpse with an endless supply of faces and Arya's real punishment is soon revealed. As Arya looks upon her own face on the body, she slowly loses her sight.

Myrcella Baratheon, Jaime Lannister, Prince Trystane Martell and Ser Bronn leave Dorne for King's Landing. It seems like everyone knows about Jaime and Cersei. The kingslayer tries to reveal his secret and Myrcella stops him, saying she's proud to have him for a father. That means, Mycella, Bronn and Ellaria easily figured out that Cersei and Jaime were lovers. Jaime and Myrcella finally embrace as father and daughter, but the young princess is bleeding from her nose, a sign that she's been poisoned by Ellaria and the Sand Snakes. Tyrion, Daarion Naharis and Jorah Mormont are sitting on the steps of the throne room and are dejected. The trio of advisers comes up with a plan to rescue Daenerys. After some bantering, it's decided Jorah and Daario will try and find Daenerys while Tyrion, Grey Worm and Missandei stay behind in Meereen to rule the city. Varys returns to Tyrion's side and the two friends are reunited. The Master of Spiders will advise Tyrion as he tries to govern Meereen.

Drogon is wounded and it looks like he's in no mood to fly back to Meereen. As Daenerys wanders around unfamiliar territory, she is surrounded by a khalasar.

The Game of Thrones Season 5 finale was definitely memorable. The confirmed body count is relatively low Stannis' army and Selyse but the number of possible deaths is impressive. Jon, Stannis and Myrcella may all be dead and, coupled with Arya's blindness and Cersei's walk of shame; there will be plenty of discussion about what's next after "Mother's Mercy."

Readers and viewers are left in the dark regarding Jon Snow's fate. "A Dance with Dragons" had the For the Watch scene, but there was some uncertainty about his fate. With his final breath, Jon says, "Ghost," and many believe he warged into his direwolf. "Mother's Mercy" did get Melisandre to Castle Black, which means Jon could be resurrected.

Stannis' defeat is somewhat surprising. It was never a contest, and Brienne appeared to fulfill her vow by killing Stannis. That scream could be her delivering a powerful blow or getting attacked from behind. We won't know until "Game of Thrones" Season 6. There's plenty to think about if this is also Stannis' fate in George R.R. Martin's series.

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Game Of Thrones Season 5 Finale in Photos

The finale of Game of Thrones Season 5 is only days away, and HBO released seven images that preview the climactic episode. While they're all fairly vague, it wouldn't be an article about "Game of Thrones" if we didn't analyze and read way too deeply into the characters that are pictured, their general state of being and why they all look so sad. Still with us? Good. Let's start close to home in King's Landing and check out Cersei's standalone still, where she looks like the woman ready to wreak vengeance we've all come to know and love.

There's still sass in her eyes, and she doesn't look like a woman humbled. But that isn't stopping the High Sparrow from having some one-on-one time with the Queen Regent. In a shot of the two of them together, Cersei appears to be crying as she kneels on the floor and he sits on a stool.



The synopsis for the finale teases that "Cersei seeks forgiveness," and it's hard to imagine the High Sparrow letting her out of his clutches without getting a big incest confession out of her. Expect that storyline to climax in the final episode of Season 5, as fans have been waiting since her episode 7 capture to find out just how far the former queen can fall.



In the north, Sansa is wearing the terrified look Cersei probably should have on her face. "Game of Thrones" hasn't lingered long on the newlywed Bolton's storyline since controversially having her husband Ramsay rape and beat her on their wedding night. Like Cersei's storyline, Sansa's has been building toward a climax it hasn't yet reached. A lot of significant characters in her storyline are not pictured in the pre-episode photo. There's Brienne and Pod, who are waiting for a sign from her. There's Theon, who is struggling with his ingrained allegiance to Ramsay and his desire to help Sansa. And then there's Ramsay himself -- plus his love interest Myranda -- who have remained unpunished all season for the evil's they've committed. Something's got to give, especially since the finale synopsis forebodingly teases that "Stannis marches."



Of course, Stannis isn't Westeros' king in shining flaming-heart armor anymore. In the season's penultimate episode, he burned his only child alive to help himself fulfill his destiny to take the Iron Throne, and that turned off a lot of his supporters. In his one finale still, the Baratheon doesn't look super happy about life, as Melisandre stands in her typical position at his side.

As has already been established multiple times, Stannis can only march forward -- and that means to Winterfell. There he will inevitably clash with Ramsay, so could that be what Sansa is so nervous about? At Castle Black, Jon Snow apparently does manage to get past the gates and end up south of the Wall. Here he is seen meeting with his BFF Sam Tarly, who hopefully clues him into the fact that a lot of the men of the Night's Watch -- including the snotty kid Olly -- aren't too pleased with their new Wildling friendship. The bigger issue they all face is the fact that the Night's King and his undead army are marching south on Westeros and there's nothing anyone can do to stop him. Maybe this meeting is where Sam tells Jon that he magically found a lifetime's supply of dragonglass and Valyrian steel weapons and everyone lives happily ever after, the end.

Across the ocean in Braavos, it's telling that the only photograph HBO shared of Arya’s storyline doesn't show Arya. Instead it reveals Jaqen H’ghar standing in the Hall of Faces. Could this mean Arya will finally use the Faceless Men's magic and transform into a different person? One can only hope.



But Jaqen doesn't look super pleased in this still, which could be because Arya hasn't quite ditched her "Arya Stark" persona like she promised she would. "Lana" would kill the ship gambler like she was told, not ignore her mark once she spots Meryn Trant, a name off Arya Stark's death list. Jaqen allowed "the girl" to graduate past sweeping because she said she ditched her former identity, and if he finds out she's lied to him ... well, you don't like to see a Faceless Man when he's angry.





Last and certainly not least there are Daenerys Targaryen's three advisors facing a Khaleesi-less world, and they all seem pretty bummed. Jorah Mormont came back to join his queen only for her to almost immediately fly away on a dragon, Tyrion Lannister is probably wondering why he traveled all the way to a different continent only for the impressive queen he found to disappear and Daario just generally looks sad.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015



The Game of Thrones Season 5 finale was inevitable. After 9 crazy weeks featuring deaths, controversies, undead armies and a dragon, "Mother's Mercy" closes this chapter of the hit series. While HBO has released a few details about episode 10, there are plenty of opinions about which storylines could be featured and if any characters could return to set up a "Game of Thrones" Season 6 plot. Let's get to speculating!

Following "Game of Thrones" Season 5, episode 9, "The Dance of Dragons," it seems likely we won't get much of Dorne or Daenerys in "Mother's Mercy." There may be some fallout moments involving Dany's deserted advisors dealing with the Sons of the Harpy and looming threat of civil war in Meereen, but will "Game of Thrones" show Daenerys landing in the Dothraki Sea and meeting Khal Jhaqo's khalessar? A scene where Dany arrives in an unknown location on the back of Drogon could be a great way to start Season 6.

Dorne's storyline has changed significantly and it appears as though Jaime and Bronn will be leaving with Princess Myrcella and Prince Trystane Martell. Based on set photos, Dorne will return in "Game of Thrones" Season 6, but what storylines will be featured? The kidnapping plot occupied most of George R.R. Martin's "A Feast For Crows" and the Dorne storyline in "A Dance with Dragons" could be featured on the show with a few tweaks. In "Dance," Prince Doran reveals he has been carefully plotting the demise of House Lannister and an alliance with Daenerys Targaryen. While Arianne and Quentyn are not in "Game of Thrones," Doran's plan could still work next season. Considering a lot of the plot relied on Young Griff and Arianne in the novels, the series creators could set up an alliance with Daenerys and perhaps a battle with a new character.

Based on previous "Game of Thrones" Season 6 casting news, Euron Greyjoy may be making his eagerly anticipated debut. If that's the case, the Greyjoys could be making an appearance in the "Game of Thrones" Season 5 finale. IMDB had the cast list for the last three episodes of this season. It correctly called the return of the Night's King, but Yara Greyjoy was nowhere to be found in "The Dance of Dragons." Episode 10 could easily find a place for a returning Yara and the death of Balon Greyjoy to kick off a Greyjoy storyline for next season.

We'll go into more detail about Jon Snow later, but the Night's Watch and Castle Black are overwhelmed with Wildlings. "Mother's Mercy," could feature plenty of scenes in Castle Black as Jon figures out what to do with so many people. It appears Ser Davos is on his way to ask for men and supplies, which may be difficult since winter is coming.

What will happen with Sansa? Fans have been hoping she escapes by the end of the "Game of Thrones" Season 5 finale and it looks like she'll be risking her life to save herself in "Mother's Mercy." Brienne and Podrick have been waiting near Winterfell for a sign and could play a role in her escape. Stannis sacrificed his daughter to the Lord of Light and he will be marching to Winterfell in "Mother's Mercy." There could be a big siege or a lot of interest smaller moments that will could lead to more deaths or Sansa meeting up with Stannis. In regards to the Boltons, will Ramsay survive this season? If he's killed, will it be at the hand of Sansa or will Reek/Theon redeem himself?

Much like Daenerys riding Drogon, Cersei's Walk of Shame for her crimes against the church was always destined to happen this season. Cersei will confess and will have a completely naked penance walk, but she may get some measure of revenge. Qyburn has been busy working on his mysterious experiments and that could lead to the introduction of a resurrected Gregor Clegane as Robert Strong.

Ser Meryn Trant is on Arya's kill list, but has she truly given up her past? The show is setting up his death at Arya's hands, but that means she has not become "no one." Based on "ASOIAF," Jaqen could blind Arya as a punishment and start Season 6 without her sight.

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

The premiere episode of Pretty Little Liars season 6 was nothing less than a serious thriller by itself. The liars finally escape from the underground Dollhouse with the help of Alison, Ezra, Toby and Caleb.

However, except for the girls, no one knows how Charles DiLaurentis tortured them while they remained locked in their respective rooms in the dollhouse.

After they were rescued, Emily turns to Ali to ask her about the identity of a Charles, who also happens to be a DiLaurentis, but the former queen bee fails to recognize any family member with the name.

In episode two titled Songs Of Innocence, Ali asks her father about the masked villain's real identity. He is shocked to hear the question but later denies knowledge of any such person in the DiLaurentis family.