“True Blood” said goodbye to one of its regular residents of Bon Temps on Sunday night, but that might not be the end of the character exits.
Season 6 newbie, Rob Kazinsky, who plays Warlow, told Access Hollywood at Comic-Con over the weekend that more bloodshed is on the way.
“Here’s the deal — it might be more than one death this season,” he said on Saturday, ahead of Sunday’s episode where Terry Bellefleur (Todd Lowe) passed away. “Whatever it is, it’s going to greatly change the tone of the show.”
“I’ll let you in on a secret: There are multiple deaths this season,” he added. “Each is more shocking than the next and just when you think somebody just couldn’t bite the bullet, there they go.”
Warlow and Sookie appeared to have a very intimate moment (finally) on the most recent “True Blood,” after the Bon Temps belle realized that she has a penchant for bad boys.
Although he may have lied to her when they first met – and killed her parents – Rob said Warlow isn’t a bad fairy/vamp.
“Ben/Warlow is an incredibly earnest character,” Rob said of the Bon Temps newcomer. “He’s a very real deal. Everything he said to her when he was Ben was the absolute truth. He does mean well. But the problem is, you’re dealing with a 6,000 year old vampire/fairy who, you know, there’s never been anything more powerful than him on the show and telling a baby, ‘No!’ they throw tantrums and essentially, he’s a big baby.”
One of the scenes that delighted fans earlier this season was seeing Jason (Ryan Kwanten) and Warlow have a close encounter in one of Mr. Stackhouse’s vampire-blood induced dreams, and Rob said he had a blast shooting the close shave.
“Working with Ryan on that was one of the best things I think I’ve ever done,” Rob laughed. “I don’t think I’ve ever had more fun. There’s a lot more to come over the season in terms of nudity, violence, relationships and me and Ryan do have more stuff to do.”
“True Blood” airs Sunday nights at 9 PM on HBO.
-- Jolie Lash
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