As I announced previously, Kat performed at the Palm Springs White Party on April 9th. There are no official pics out yet, but I’ve put up a couple of pictures from Twitter and a performance video.
We are excited 2 welcome, actress & singer Katerina Graham @katgraham to AUCwood panelist! Can’t wait 4 students 2 hear her story!
I found out that AUCWood is a ‘Meet & Greet and Discussion Panel’ being held by May Sister Entertainment in conjustion with some universities where students can interface with entertainers both behind and in front of the camera from Hollywood. It is being held on April 20th, 2011 in Atlanta at the Atlanta University Center and Kat will be one of the many celebs appearing to share their story.
Thanks to Mi-yahhh for the head’s up!
As part of the CW/Ford Focus spot I mentioned Kat would be doing earlier, here’s a sneak peek of next week’s ep as previewed by Kat. There’s also a short ad she did for the Ford Focus up on the CW site: http://cwtv.com/thecw/fordfocus. When I can find a Youtube embed for that I’ll add it to this post.
And here’s the extended promo. Warning: A LOT happens in it. Avoid if you’re not a fan of spoilers.
I’ll be putting up screencaps from this week soon.
One more interview has popped up, this time from E! Kat talks about Klaus, Jeremy and the whole sacrifice storyline as well as the upcoming new witch, Greta!
“Bonnie has been given the secret of how to kill Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and that’s her journey, taking him on and protecting Elena (Nina Dobrev).” And just how far is Bonnie willing to go to save her best friend? Graham says, “She is facing life and death responsibilities, so it’s going to be up to her love for Elena and how much she is really willing to sacrifice for her and what she’s not.”
Klaus’ imminent arrival to Mystic Falls has everyone on edge, including all the elements necessary for the big sacrifice: “Klaus is after Elena to sacrifice her, to kill her on an altar,” says Kat. “[And] they need a witch. So besides the fact that killing Klaus—or if she even tries to, he might take her down, there’s also the fact that he needs a witch for the sacrifice anyway.” So it would probably be best to stay under the radar and far away from Klaus, right? Graham reveals their meeting, while not tonight, is very soon. “In this new episode Bonnie does not meet him, but she will meet him before the finale. I will say that. He is definitely making an entrance.” We couldn’t possibly believe that anyone could make a more head-turning entrance than Elijah (Daniel Gillies) or Katherine, but Graham assures us: “Oh, you have no idea. You have no idea. It’s going to freak everyone out. It’s the last thing you’d expect.”
Graham admits that even Bonnie isn’t out of danger: “I don’t feel safe about myself or anyone. Unfortunately, we were told from the beginning that many people will go. I’m no exception.” Dun-dun-dun.
We’re not sure we love that ominous answer and it certainly didn’t put us at ease, but maybe the addition of a new witch in Mystic Falls will help fight evil and keep Bonnie living to see another day (and another season). “Lisa Tucker, who plays Greta, Jonas’ daughter, is coming to town, which is really exciting. Another witch on the scene! I’m always for more witches. The more witches the better,” Graham tells us.
Read the full article at the source: E! Online
More interviews! This time from LATimes’ Showtracker Kat talks about Klaus, friendships on and off the show and her upcoming storylines with Jeremy and Damon.
I have to ask you about the video you posted on YouTube of you and Candice Accola dancing to “Holiday.”
You know what’s so funny is that Candice and I go to dance class all the time, and we usually never film it. Just out of privacy for each other, we don’t film the stuff we do, but Candice was like, “We have to film this class!” So she actually got her phone and we literally filmed it on her phone. She did try to post it on Twitter, but we had to upload it on YouTube first. I don’t think she has a YouTube account, so we just did it on mine. [Laughs] It was just really fun, you know what I mean? It wasn’t like planned. It was just very real and very much how we are together. We’re very goofy. We’re very fun. We’re happy girls, you know. We do hang out! People are like always surprised that actresses hang out with each other, but me, Candice, Nina, Sara [Canning] — we’re pretty solid.
The idea is to save Elena from the sacrifice, but it feels like somebody else might be sacrificed in the process. Am I getting the right feeling?
I think no one’s safe at this point. That’s why it’s so important to watch the show because you’re going to be completely taken by surprise. Completely. Every character is going to surprise you. There’s not one character on this show that doesn’t get a curve ball. So no one is safe. Not one person. Not I, not Elena, not anyone. No one is safe at this point. You’re going to be really shocked.
There’s some pictures of Damon and Bonnie at the ’60s dance. Are they having a moment? Or are they just working together to protect Elena?
You will have to absolutely watch that scene. … We definitely have a scene together. It’s an amazing scene. It’ll get everyone talking. It’s just a can’t-miss moment. It definitely has to deal with a great part of Bonnie’s decision on what she’s going to do. Whether that’s yes or no, I won’t say. But it’s an incredible moment in the show.
Read the full interview at Showtracker.
Kat talked to NY Post’s Popwrap about the final 6 episodes… and does nothing to allay anyone’s fears about whether Bonnie will make it to Season 3. Check it out below.
PopWrap: It’s been almost two months since “Vampire Diaries” aired a new episode — will tonight make up for that?
Kat Graham: Yes! They’re the craziest episodes – It’s so hard to talk about all the crazy things that are going to happen without giving anything away. There’s so many changes in the show – so many people are dying! This crazy Klaus character has come into the picture and is putting everyone at risk … and takes out a few people. It’s so hard to talk about anything because I don’t want to give it away.
PW: Ever since Jonas did that freaky head grab where he returned Bonnie’s powers, I’ve suspected she got more than she bargained for — fair assumption?
Kat: That’s a very good conspiracy theory. As of right now, we only know that she’s gotten her powers back and this knowledge from Jonas but I won’t say there wasn’t more he gave her.
PW: Fans have also been worked into a tizzy over the “VD” preview featuring Bonnie doing a spell that makes her nose bleed. Is she biting off more than she can chew with this Klaus kill?
Kat: Bonnie always bites off more than she can chew [laughs]. That’s nothing new. But I’m glad that fans are in a tizzy because they absolutely should be – they should be scared to death.
PW: I don’t like it Kat. I don’t want to be talking about her/your potential death on the show.
Kat: [laughs] No one does. Honestly, I’m in cahoots with the writers and The CW, so my job is to freak you out and make you scared, whether it’s about my death, or the finale, or Klaus coming to kill everyone – I don’t care [laughs]. I’m gonna get you guys all worked up and make you scared so you tune into every single second of the show. I will not say that Bonnie is OK after that episode, or during that episode – I hope people are worried, they should be.
PW: I’m also worried for poor Jeremy — I feel like he can’t bare to lose another girlfriend!
Kat: Or anyone else, period. I think after his parents, Vicki and Anna, Jeremy was probably too scared to get close to someone – but when he saw how open Bonnie was about her secret, he felt more comfortable in being himself. It would be terrible for him to lose someone else.
PW: But as we know, no one in Mystic Falls stays happy for too long!
Kat: I know! They’re just happy [laughs] their relationship is going to get tested, but for right now, they’re fine. I think Bonnie and Jeremy have so much drama outside of the relationship, that when they’re together it’s like an escape from that. They’re stable and it shows that true love and young love can exist amid all the drama.
Read the full article, with a chance to win a TVD prize, at the source: PopWrap
Thanks to the Honey 2 Facebook Page, I’ve added 3 new stills from the movie to the gallery.
UPDATE: I’ve added the International Poster for the movie.
Kat spilled some TVD secrets to TVGuide.com saying:
“Three huge characters are going to die — solid characters — and it’s going to change the destiny of the show.”
Who do you think will die? There’s a poll up at the source: TVGuide.com
She also spoke to TVLine about the remaining episodes
“People will die,” Graham tells TVLine. “A series regular is going kaput; that’s the reality.”
Graham, who plays teen sorceress Bonnie on The CW’s supernatural hit, is surprisingly angst-free when it comes to discussing the impending fatality. “This show has never been a safe show to be on,” she says with a laugh. “If you’re cast on The Vampire Diaries, the likelihood of you dying is very good.
“It’s a job,” she shrugs. “I know I’m a bit of a hardass when it comes to that philosophy, but I’m a huge fan of [exec producers] Kevin [Williamson] and Julie [Plec], both as people and [as] writers. So, if they’re going to explore new avenues, it’s for a good reason.”
Whatever the future holds for Bonnie — life, death or something in between — Graham assures TVD fans that her alter ego is not going down without a fight.
“Bonnie’s in a very nervous-but-prepared state now that she has her powers back and received the secret of how to take on Klaus from Jonas (Randy J. Goodwin),” Graham offers. “She knows what that entails, and she’s very much ready… She’s going to do what she needs to do, and if she is going to do anything to sacrifice herself for Elena (Nina Dobrev), she is going to do it in her way.”
Read the rest of the article at TVLine.com