BITTEN Exclusive: Laura Vandervoort Talks Jeremy’s Betrayal, Elena Opening Her Heart to Clay and the Vicious Fight To Be The Alpha

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What a roller-coaster ride Season 1 of BITTEN has been. It began with a mysterious murder and mutt-hunt, which was then revealed to be the beginnings of a monstrous plan to take out the Danvers Pack and coerce Elena (Laura Vandervoort) into an unholy alliance with Daniel Santos (Michael Luckett). But Santos, Marsten (Pascal Langdale) and all the other scheming challengers under-estimated the strength of Jeremy Danvers (Greg Bryk) and his alpha pack. They were not just aligned out of loyalty, but by love — and this stronger than any incentive Santos or his mysterious benefactor could offer. So as Season 1 wraps up, it will be a battle to the bitten end. Just who will survive and who will make the ultimate sacrifice?

In an exclusive interview, star Laura Vandervoort talked about all the mixed feelings swirling around in Elena’s head as she tries to sort out how she feels about her Alpha and the men she loves. [Read more…]

BITTEN Scoop: Greyston Holt and EP J.B. Sugar Talk the Challenges of Their Sexy Werewolf Series

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Now that viewers have had a taste of the new Syfy werewolf series BITTEN, everyone seems to be clamoring to find out how the show cast its hunky lead, Greyston Holt and more about his character Clay’s sizzling hot relationship with Elena (Laura Vandervoort). In a press conference call, star Greyston Holt and executive producer J.B. Sugar gave the inside scoop on Greyston’s casting, some of the challenges of making the show’s wolves look as real as possible and how sexy they will go on the show. [Read more…]

BITTEN Preview: Laura Vandervoort and Author Kelley Armstrong Introduce Syfy’s New Werewolf Series

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With the rising popularity of supernatural and werewolf tales, it was only natural for Syfy (Space in Canada) to jump at the opportunity to bring the Otherworld books by Kelley Armstrong to television. The tale of a lone female werewolf living amongst a clan of protective male werewolves who find that there are other clans seeking to challenge their rightful place in the werewolf realm makes for a rich tale that will enthrall viewers. In a recent press conference call, star Laura Vandervoort and author Kelley Armstrong talked about the lure of bringing the Otherworld story to life for television. [Read more…]

SMALLVILLE’s Michael Rosenbaum & Laura Vandervoort at FanExpo 2008

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A SMALLVILLE Supergirl Spin-off! Michael Rosenbaum’s dream guest star! Lex with Hair! Special correspondent to theTVaddict.com Melissa Girimonte was at this weekend’s Fan Expo 2008 in Toronto Canada and has all the details.

SMALLVILLE fans were treated to a very special Q&A with Michael Rosenbaum and Laura Vandervoort at FanExpo 2008 in Toronto. The lineup began early and snaked around the convention floor as the crowd waited to see Lex Luthor and Supergirl, characters not returning for the series’ eighth season – or so we thought until this panel. From the moment the handsome Rosenbaum, with a full head of hair, and the stunning Vandervoort, looking like a young Charlize Theron, danced on stage, you could tell it was going to be a light, humor-laced Q&A.

Rosenbaum started things off by complimenting hometown girl Vandervoort’s parents, seated in the front row. He mentioned that their daughter worked hard on SMALLVILLE, and looked better than him. He and Vandervoort constantly joked around between questions, sharing stories of pranks on set that he orchestrated. Vandervoort did say that his humor helped with her nervousness in her first major role, although he’d often distract her from her lines and mess up saying her last name.

Since its start, SMALLVILLE has featured guest appearances by actors from the Superman film franchise, including Margot Kidder, Helen Slater and the late Christopher Reeve. Rosenbaum shared that he would have liked to see Gene Hackman, something that he insisted would probably never happen. Rosenbaum emphasized this point with his impression of Hackman on the phone with his agent refusing to do the show.

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