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Attention fans of vampires and werewolves -- the new "True Blood" trailer is out.
The racy HBO series, which stars Anna Paquin, real-life husband Stephen Moyer and Alexander Skarsgard, is set to return for its sixth season on June 16. The network has debuted the show's first teaser trailer -- and it's intense.
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Throughout this Oscar season, we are looking back at some of the great moments in Academy Awards history. At the 59th Academy Awards in 1986, actress Elizabeth Taylor presented Oliver Stone with the Oscar for Directing for his film "Platoon."
This was his second Academy Award and the first he earned for his work as a director.
Throughout this Oscar season, we are looking back at some of the great moments in Academy Awards history. At the 66th Academy Awards in 1994, Anna Paquin, then just 11 years old, won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role as the daughter of a mute pianist in "The Piano," becoming the second youngest winner in history.The actress, who was born in Canada and raised in New Zealand, would go on to play Sookie Stackhouse in the HBO vampire series "True Blood" and the mutant Rogue in the "X-Men" films, starting in 2000.
"True Blood" will be able to continue to bring a summer of some of the sexiest episodes back to television next year.
The fan favorite television series was renewed for a sixth season by HBO on July 2, according The Hollywood Reporter. The network also renewed Aaron Sorkin's "The Newsroom" for a second season.
Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer are expecting twins, their "True Blood" co-star Sam Trammell accidentally revealed.
"I'm so excited for them," Trammell, who is father to 11-month-old twins Winston and Gus with girlfriend Missy Yager, told Us Weekly. "We sent them a special gift. It's so interesting that True Blood has become, like, the 'twins' show."
Anna Paquin proudly showed off her baby bump at the season 5 premiere of "True Blood" in Los Angeles on May 30.
The 29-year-old actress is expecting her first child with her 42-year-old husband and "True Blood" co-star Stephen Moyer. Moyer has a son and daughter from previous relationships.
Anna Paquin, who is expecting her first child with husband and "True Blood" co-star Stephen Moyer, says her bisexuality is "not made up" and does not mark a "lack of decision."
The 29-year-old actress was asked about the matter in an interview with Zooey magazine, which was published in its May 2012 issue. Paquin revealed her bisexuality in a public service announcement for the "Give a Damn" campaign for gay rights, which was released in April 2010.
Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer of "True Blood" are expecting.
Paquin, 29, and Moyer, 42, are expecting their first bundle of joy according to People magazine. The pair were married in August 2009.
"True Blood" fans will be excited to know this season of the series won't be the last.
HBO announced on Thursday that the hit series has been renewed for a fifth season.
"I remain amazed and delighted by the enthusiasm of our viewers," series creator Alan Ball said in a statement. "I can't imagine having more fun than this."
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"True Blood" found their niche with the crowds at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday and Anna Paquin promised plenty of "dirty vampire sex" in the show's future.
Paquin, who plays the clairvoyant waitress Sookie Stackhouse in the HBO series sat on the "True Blood" panel and according to the Associated Press, she told fans that she felt her character is half innocent and remarked, "Then there's the part of her that has really dirty vampire sex."
Warning: Spoilers ahead!
Although many of the "True Blood" stars tried to stay tight-lipped at the season 4 premiere screening in Los Angeles on June 21, some of the actors did dish some spoilers about the new season of the HBO hit series.
At the end of season three, Sookie Stackhouse discovered the truth about vampire Bill Compton's interest in her fairy heritage and was later transported to fairy world. Meanwhile her best friend Tara ditched Bon Temps after dealing with one too many supernatural beings.
For "True Blood" fans the wait for summer can be especially grueling as they wait to hear when the cult hit will return to television.
Well, the wait is over as HBO has officially announced the show will premiere its fourth season on June 26, according to Entertainment Weekly.