‘The Originals’ Star Joseph Morgan Married Vampire Diaries Co-Star Persia White!

Beautiful news today, fangirls and fanboys! The Originals star Joseph Morgan (who plays Klaus) married his Vampire Diaries co-star Persia White in Ocho Rios, Jamaica on July 5th, just two months after announcing their engagement. The beautiful couple met in 2011 on the set of The Vampire Diaries. Talking to PEOPLE , Persia White described their wedding as “rustic.”

Joseph Morgan and Persia White

Joseph Morgan and Persia White

“It had a very rustic feel to it. There was nothing about it that was overwhelming or very huge or fabulous in that way. We tried to keep everything really intimate and beautiful and sort of going along with nature.”

Joseph Morgan told PEOPLE that the wedding attendees were mostly family and a “handful of close friends.”
Joseph and Persia’s first dance as a married couple was to Florence and the Machine’s “Never Let Me Go.”
To see another wedding picture and read about all their wedding details head over to PEOPLE here!

Massive congrats to Joseph and Persia!

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Nina Dobrev Talks Vampire Diaries Season 6 With Parade Magazine!

Nina Dobrev chatted with Parade Magazine about season six of The Vampire Diaries, her upcoming project ‘Let’s Be Cops,’ fashion, and more! The 25-year-old, who plays Elena Gilbert on the hit supernatural show, talks about what she’d like to see happen with her character now that Damon is on the other side, but is keeping quiet about the script so far, saying, “they didn’t give me the script—I get it tomorrow—so I have no idea what’s happening. Except for the fact that I will be returning, that’s for sure.” Check it out below!

Elena GIlbert

The cliffhanger this past season was killer—literally! Is there hope for fans of Damon and Bonnie?
“I think they knew I would be doing all of these interviews today, so they didn’t give me the script—I get it tomorrow—so I have no idea what’s happening. Except for the fact that I will be returning, that’s for sure.”

The Other Side is gone, what kind of repercussions will that have?
“Well, for one, when someone dies they’re dead for good, they can’t come back. They’re dead, they’re gone since there’s no place for them to come back from. So that’s going to be one of the main repercussions of the other side disappearing.”

What do you want to see happen for Elena in the upcoming season?
“I don’t know. I’d like to see how she copes and deals with things post-Damon and see how she’s going to be able to move on and if she’ll have a normal life. Everything in Elena’s life is complicated, it’s never easy, everyone’s dying around her.”

If you could only have one supernatural power/trait of Elena’s as a vampire, which would you pick?
“Compelling. I’d like to be able to compel people. I’d like to be able to get everything I want and mind control everyone. ‘Look into my eyes…’ [Laughs]”

On the show you’ve played several roles thanks to being a doppelgänger, who are you most like: Elena or Katherine?
“I think I’m a combo of both. I have a little of both of them in me, I guess.”

Elena and Katherine have such different styles, do you work with the costume team on the show to create looks for each character?
“I do, yeah. That’s also a collaboration, they’re characters I’ve created so I work with the wardrobe designer on the show to help design the looks on the show as well. It’s cool. I love fashion and I love clothes and so collaborating and putting pieces together is a passion that I have.”

Read the entire interview over at PARADE.

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‘Vampire Diaries’ Executive Producer Spills Season 6 Deets!

The Vampire Diaries executive producer Julie Plec just did an interview with TVGuide where she spoke about the hit show’s sixth season, divulging that “several months have passed and Elena has returned to her life at school and seems to be doing well, but the mystery is really how well is she doing? And she’s got some odd and awkward coping mechanisms that inform a lot about where she is and how she’s handling this particular grief.”

Julie also talked about Stefan and Elena’s potential relationship, Caroline, Alaric being back (which made me cry tears of joy in the season 5 finale, by the way!), and more. Check it out:

Damon Salvatore

Can Elena really move on?
Plec: What happened to her is that in spite of losing her parents and her brother, her aunt, her friends again and again, she lost the person she singularly believed to be the man she was going to spend all of eternity with. I think there’s a special form of grief that comes attached to that, which will be difficult to get past, but also the choices she makes at how to move on will be very interesting to watch.

Will she and Stefan lean on each other over their shared loss?
Plec: Well, speaking of coping mechanisms, each of them have a very specific method of how they’re dealing with it and they find a strange appreciation of each other’s methods even though they’re not necessarily healthy. They connect over the fact that sometimes it takes extreme choices to move past something that has hurt you so deeply. So we will see their friendship able to be strong and healthy in spite of the way each of them individually are dealing with their loss.

How does Caroline handle everything?
Plec: Caroline is probably someone who will surprise you. She’s taken this loss — in a weird way almost the hardest — so she’s going to have to bounce back in her Caroline way. Who she bounces back with and how she does it and how she’s living her life is revealed in the first episode. Her journey is where are all her friends and if only she could figure out a way to bring them all back together, get the magic back to Mystic Falls, find a way to bring Damon and Bonnie home than life would be perfect. But it’s harder than she thought.

How long will it be before we find out where Damon and Bonnie have been and presumably when they’ll be back?
Julie Plec: The answer of what happened is part of the season-long mythology, but the mystery of where they are is going to be asked very quickly and answered soon enough to not be frustrating.

Last season began with the start of college. Will Elena and Caroline try to resume normalcy in being a couple of college kids?
Plec: That’s the goal. The problem is they didn’t just lose their friends, they lost their town. They can’t go home again, so college in its own way should be this haven for them where the friends can be together but not everyone wants it to be that easy and not everyone is that willing and ready to settle in and say, “OK, let’s move on.” So we’ll be wanting to see our friends find a way back to each other and move past the trouble they brought upon themselves and get back to their home. And in the meantime, it’s going to be what each of them is doing to make that happen.

With Alaric back, how does he fit in or is it hard for him to find his place?
Plec: Alaric is struggling a little bit. He was turned into a breed of original vampire and then set on a killing mission and then he died, so after being a weird vampire and a ghost for all this time he’s assimilating into his life as this creature he never wanted to be. But he’s still trying to be the human that he was and it’s not easy for him. There might be some help and assistance that comes in the form of a woman he’ll meet, and he and Elena are closer than ever, which is great because she has somebody in her life she can really rely on and they can share their grief together.
This week, you cast a bunch of new characters. Who are you most excited about?
Plec: I’m particularly fond of the Kai character, played by Chris Wood, and Jo, played by Jodi Lyn O’Keefe. I’ve been a fan of Jody Lyn sinceH20 back in the day. Chris Wood is this exciting new guy, not new to everyone, but new to me, and he bowled me over. The characters are so powerful, each of them, and I’m really excited to see what we can do with them.

The Vampire Diaries season 6 premieres Thursday, Oct. 2 at 8/7c on The CW.

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New ‘The Vampire Diaries’ Season 6 Casting News

Marco JamesWe have two new Vampire Diaries season 6 cast members to announce, folks!

TheWrap has reported that Marco James has been cast in The Vampire Diaries season 6 in a recurring role as Liam, an upperclassman at Whitmore College who is also a med student. James will make his first appearance on the Season 6 season premiere, which airs Thursday, Oct. 2 at 8/7c.

jodi lyn okeefeThe second season 6 Vampire Diaries casting news we have for you is from Entertainment Weekly, who have confirmed that Jodi Lyn O’Keefe has been cast as new character named Jo, “a tough and accomplished doctor at the university hospital. She demands excellence from her students and has learned the hard way that there’s no room for error in her profession.” O’Keefe will also first appear in the season 6 premiere!

Colin Ferguson is also joining the sixth season of the CW hit supernatural show. He will play Tripp, head of a community militia “who will do anything to protect his town.” Colin already seems to be enjoying his time on the show and his cast mates as he recently tweeted the following:

Words can’t express how excited we are for season six. Hurry up, October!

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New Vampire Diaries TV Guide Cover With a Ghostly Damon Salvatore

Le sigh. Damon Salvatore is looking quite ghostly on this brand new San Diego Comic-Con TV Guide cover featuring The Vampire Diaries. The magazine will be on newsstands July 22 and will also be available at San Diego Comic-Con. Season six of The Vampire Diaries premieres Thursday, Oct. 2 on The CW at 9 p.m.


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Season Six of The Vampire Diaries Will Premiere October 2nd 2014!

The CW just released their fall premiere list and The Vampire Diaries season 6 will return with fresh episodes on Thursday October 2nd at 8/7c, while The Originals season 2 will premiere Monday October 6th at 8/7c. It’s still so far away! How do we wait so long with how they left The Vampire Diaries finale? G’ah!


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