“We have a rule that if you’re killing off a series regular, you have to tell them first,” said Plec.“If you’re killing off a person temporarily, you have to warn them before the script comes out.” Unfortunately, no one warned Danielle Campbell that her character Davina would temporarily die on “The Originals.” She found out when the script came out. That said, Plec said on the “Vampire Diaries” panel that new characters on that show don’t have much of a shelf life. “I don’t like villains who are just villains,” said Plec, who was raised on soap operas.Speaking on the Directionally Challenged podcast, however, Nina had a very different experience with actor Paul Wesley at the beginning of filming. And I remember everyone would walk up to me after the show aired and they’d be like, “Are you and Paul dating in real life?
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“People who are just there to be bad, ugh so annoying.” Holt says her departure from “The Originals” probably isn’t permanent.
“As far as I’m concerned, this is a temporary hiatus,” she said.
Joseph Morgan and Daniel Gillies, who play original vampire brothers (well, Morgan’s character is a vampire-werewolf hybrid) were pushing for an “Originals” spinoff.
They would send Plec pictures of what they thought the show would be like.
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On March 22, the casts and producers of the CW drama “The Vampire Diaries” and its spinoff “The Originals” hosted back-to-back Paley Fest panels at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood to talk about their craft for killing, kiss scenes and conniving plans — the second of which being by far the most interesting to fans, who treated the event like a modern-day Beatles concert.
Amidst the screams from the audience, those on stage gave some helpful insight into both shows: “The Originals” was going to be set in Chicago instead of New Orleans.
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