Can you ever get enough Bill Compton? We can’t, so in preparation for getting ready for some Billicious photos in the final Season 7, we’ve just finished uploading screencaps of Bill from each episode of True Blood Season 6 that we want to share with all the Bill Fans out there.
Check out all the photos that feature Bill Compton in our:
Most Stephen Moyer and Bill Compton fans love the flashbacks that the show has had which give us glimpses into Bill’s past. There have been several Civil War flashbacks and in the final season of True Blood we learn that there is to be another Bill Compton flashback to when he was a human.
Bill will be going back to 1862 during the time of the Civil War and will clash with others around him concerning his thoughts on the ensuing war. Bill was turned into a vampire at the age of 30 in 1865, three years after the upcoming flashback.
But what does Bill’s 1862 flashback have to do with the drama in Season 7? With humans still waging a war on vampires and the Hep-V virus spreading, it’s possible that Bill could be looking to the past to solve some of the current problems plaguing Bon Temps. Another theory? The vampire can be thinking back to some of his regrets. Bill will be dealing with another war in the present as the threat of Hep V spreads. Moyer previously said that vampires and humans would be looking out for each other in final season of the show, as Enstars previously reported.
“Bill and Sam [Sam Trammell] got together and kind of came up with this idea that each human should have their own vampire protecting them, so that’s another theme that we will follow throughout the season,” Moyer revealed.
There will a lot of human-vampire interaction in the final season of True Blood. The show is reportedly going back to the simplicity of the first season with humans and vampires coexisting in Bon Temps rather than branching off into many storylines.
“Everyone’s going to come under the umbrella of that main story. These are complicated relationships now because they’re feeding – it’s not necessarily sex, but things get confused sometimes, especially in vampires’ minds.“
As we previously reported, “True Blood” was looking to cast a 5-year-old Sarah Compton, Bill’s daughter with his wife Caroline. Sarah Compton will reportedly be seen in the 1862 flashback, but will not have a speaking role.
True Blood season 7 premieres in summer 2014 on HBO, though the network has not yet announced a premiere date.
It looks like we’re in for another Civil War flashback in True Blood’s final season. Below is a photo of a little girl named Isabella Rice, who is said to be playing Bill Compton’s daughter in the show (we think she will play Sarah, Bill’s human daughter in a flashback):
You can just imagine how EXCITED I was to shoot ISABELLA who is right now filming the 7th season of TRUE BLOOD, as Vampire Bill’s daughter!! TB is one of my favorite shows ever, not to mention that Isabella is gorgeous and such a pro!
True Blood’s seventh and final season is slated to air this summer, but it sounded like HBO might be trying to get a little more blood from the stone when star Stephen Moyer, who plays vampire Bill Compton, hinted that a feature film version of HBO’s vampire drama was forthcoming.
When asked by a reporter at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival at the premiere of Free Ride — a film Moyer produced with Anna Paquin, who also stars — what fans are supposed to do in the summer of 2015, when True Blood would traditionally air, the actor replied, “I’m not sure about the summer of 2015, but if things go the way I’m hoping, there will be something to watch in the summer of 2016. Which we’ll have an announcement about soon…ish. I cannot talk about it yet.” Watch the video here.
Naturally, this has led to lots of online speculation that Moyer was implying HBO had plans to release a True Blood movie, just like the network has done with 2008’s Sex and the City as well as the upcoming Entourage movie.
However, when reached for comment, HBO told BuzzFeed that the idea of a True Blood film is news to them. “Nothing at all to confirm,” a rep said. (At time of publication, Moyer’s rep did not have an official comment.)
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Below is an interview with Stephen Moyer by Lebofilms conducted at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival. The two men mainly discussed the new movie he produced and which stars, Anna Paquin, “Free Ride.” However, when they discuss the upcoming last season of True Blood, Stephen heavily hinted that something is on the horizon. Hmmm, could it be a True Blood movie?
We have no way of knowing if the interviewer interpreted Stephen correctly, so we’ll let you decide.
Here’s the conversation they had pertaining to what Stephen had to say about 2016:
HBO announced that the next season is going to be the last season of “True Blood”. So what are fans supposed to do in the summer of 2015? What are you going to do in the summer of 2015?
I’m not sure about the summer of 2015, but if things go the way I’m hoping there will be something to watch in the summer of 2016. We’ll have an announcement about that… soonish.
There you have it! If luck holds out then “True Blood” may follow in the footsteps of “Sex and the City” and “Entourage” and have its own movie released in the summer of 2016. In the meantime, the final season of “True Blood” has begun filming and will premiere this summer.
And this is the video interview:
What do you think, should there be a True Blood film? Would you go see it, if there were? Tell us in the comments below.
Read the entire interview with Stephen at this address: examiner.com
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