Archive for May, 2008

May 31,2008

DVD Giveaway #3 Winner

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#3 Winner?? You might be confused since I haven’t had a post about a #3 winner but I wanted to do something special for this one. At the beginning of May I mentioned I might have a giveaway for our top commenter. Well, I believe this DVD is the perfect opportunity to give something nice to May’s most faithful commenter and really one of our most faithful readers since the beginning. I’m happy to announce that, HKD, you’ve won yourself a copy of The List on DVD!!

Congrats, HKD!

May 30,2008

James Lafferty New Movie

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James Lafferty has booked a lead role in the Silver Nitrate/Newmarket film S. Darko, a continuation of the Donnie Darko story.

Jake Gyllenhal starred as Donnie Darko in the 2001 movie Donnie Darko.   Another CW star, Ed Westwick will also be in the sequel. (Source)


May 30,2008

Season 5 DVD Cover Art

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As someone commented, it is debatable if this is the real art or not.  I have yet to see it “confirmed”. has not been updated and I know for a fact there are handmade ones floating around.  So only time will tell if it’s the real one…


May 30,2008

Voegele talks One Tree Hill, meeting Myspace Tom

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Ohio native Kate Voegele will perform a free concert at 8 p.m. Saturday in Baker Center Theater. Voegele, most known for her role on the fifth season of One Tree Hill, is a songwriter and guitarist who signed with MySpace Records and won a New York City Songwriters Circle Award in 2006 for her hit single “Only Fooling Myself.” The Post’s Star Watson talked with Voegele about traveling, her role on One Tree Hill and future career plans.

The Post: You’ve been on a lot of tours lately and are currently touring with Natasha Bedingfield; how do you prepare?

Kate Voegele: It’s pretty crazy, it’s pretty nonstop — so I’ve been in the mode for the last six months, so before a tour you got to gear up to be busy 24/7…But it’s really in getting yourself pumped up with the band and the show to make sure everything is where it needs to be. I think it’s going into it with a great perspective and remembering why you do it…when you remember how much you love what you are doing and why you are doing it, it makes it so much easier.

Post: What do you look forward to the most when you go on tour?

Voegele: I think one of the things is the travel. I just love spending time in all of the different cities…It’s like being on vacation all the time — you get to travel, and I love exploring the different cities where I’m at, like finding cool shops and restaurants and other things. I like to pick up something, even if it’s something little…That’s probably the thing I look forward to the most.

Post: What is your most memorable moment on tour?

Voegele: It’s hard to say because every night there is always something really, really amazing going on. There are always people who approach you after the show and tell you how much you really affected them, and that is always really cool for me. After the show, people are so adamant to meet and talk to me about how a song really affected them in a profound way, and that’s so cool for me.

Post: What was it like being on One Tree Hill?

Voegele: It was awesome…I never knew what to expect, I never really done any official acting. Everyone was so welcoming and down to earth… I’m just the new kid who was there for seven episodes, but they were so nice and I made so many new friends. It was definitely one of the best experiences I’ve had in my career.

Post: Who haven’t you worked with yet and who would you like to work with in the future?

Voegele: I don’t know there are lots of people I would love to work with: Patty Griffin, Ryan Adams and all country type of artists.

Post: How did you hook up with Tom and the gang up at MySpace to be on their record label?

Voegele: Tom sent me a message personally on MySpace and asked me to come showcase for him. That was pretty crazy because I didn’t think it was real. …Tom is a great guy and he got a great, creative vision for his label, and I think it’s awesome that he’s so innovative with everything he’s doing. It’s been an awesome partnership, I just love working with those guys.\


May 29,2008

James Lafferty Interview with ACED Magazine

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Smart, laid back, easy on the eyes…these are just a few things to describe the One Tree Hill star, James Lafferty. James recently had a little time to chat with us for a while about the show and other things he had on his mind. He told us about a recent charity basketball game held to raise money for the Wilmington Family YMCA and the St. Jude Children’s Hospital, which raised over $66,000. That’s no small feat! He was very pleased with the fan turnout, and always happy to donate money to those in need. How does he choose who to donate money too? “We try to spread the wealth a little bit. Each year we always do the Wilmington Family YMCA because they always help us out with their facilities and we think it’s good to support the local YMCA. Then, each year we pick a charity that is doing good things, or a cause we think is good, and we help them out. This year it was St. Jude.”

More Q&A goodness:

Aced: What is it about basketball that you like so much more than other sports?

James: It’s something I grew up playing and it was my first love. There is a finesse, a real challenge behind the game that attracted me. If there is something on my mind or I just needed to get away it’s always been really good for me I think.

Aced: With you doing so much for charities do you ever do anything for the environment or global warming. What are your thoughts on all of that?

James: More and more I am becoming aware of it I think, like the rest of the country is, and I try to do my part. But as far as actively being out there and campaigning for it I haven’t been doing that.

Aced: As far as the show, which one of this season’s episodes has been your favorite to work on?

James: That’s a really good question. So far they’ve all been really strong. Probably the first episode because the first episode is when we did a lot of flashback stuff, we packed a lot of stuff into one episode and it was just really fun to shoot. There was a couple of others, but the first was my favorite. Also, because it was the script we had all been waiting for a long time to see what happened.

Aced: Do you agree with how your character is dealing with his father through everything and why do you think so?

James: I think Nathan has kind of alienated his father and I think it is justified. His father is a real bas***d, and there is just no coming back from that I think. I think the character will struggle with it certainly because he still is his father. In the end I think it will be an interesting situation. If his Dad does die or ends up living I think Nathan is going to keep him at a distance right to the end.

Aced: What for you has been the most rewarding aspect of being part of the One Tree Hill series?

James: The most rewarding aspect has been the whole experience I think. I will probably never have another experience like this one in my lifetime. I’m taking away from this experience so many friends that I will have for life and that has been the most rewarding thing. And then, to be able to do other things like the charity basketball game, and to be part of raising money for other good causes through the show as we have in the past, that is rewarding as well.

Aced: What are some of the things you have learned about yourself through playing this character?

James: Um…..that’s an interesting question. I’m not really sure how much about myself I’ve learned through playing Nate. I’ve learned a lot about myself as an actor just from the experience, and working the hours, and playing in the heat of the moment, that has taught me a lot. But as a person, I don’t think he can teach me too much.

Aced: What types of projects and things do you have going on that will be happening in the near future?

James: We get a five-week break and I’m gonna get some stuff together and enjoy the break, and then get ready for the sixth season.

Aced : What are some of the things you look forward to during your down time?

James: Just relaxing. I have a 20-foot boat which is what I’m on right now. Just getting my bearings, getting ready for the next season and that’s pretty much it. I am not going to do too much traveling. I don’t want to tire myself out.

Aced: Do you like fishing on your boat?

James: No, I’m not really into fishing. I just like to hang out and have a few friends out here on the water. That is always a really nice experience.

Sounds like heaven!
Filming for season six will start soon enough, and while James lounges on his boat anticipating his return to work, the rest of the fans will be waiting anxiously for the fall, when One Tree Hill returns.


May 29,2008

Winner #2 of The List DVD

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The winner of our second giveaway for The List starring Hilarie Burton is….


Congratulations, khrystyna!  We’ll be contacting you to get you the DVD.  And don’t worry, we still have more DVDs to give away so stay tuned.

May 28,2008

One Tree Hill Convention in the UK

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For those lucky enough to be in the area, Ravens is a One Tree Hill and Supernatural convention happening in Chester from 10th to 12th October 2008.

One Tree Hill Case Members announced are:
Hilarie Burton
Emmanuelle Vaugier
Danneel Harris
Bevin Prince

and from Supernatural:
Fredric Lehne
Samantha Smith

For more information visit: (website not yet up to date as far as guests are concerned)
or the forum: One Tree Hill convention in the UK

May 28,2008

CW 2008 Promo

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May 28,2008

Season 5 DVD coming out August 26th

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Release date of Season 5 DVD has been announced..Tuesday August 26th is the big date!

Pre-Order it on now!


May 28,2008

Ausiello Report on Michaela McManus

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Question: Any word on whether Michaela McManus (Lindsey) is returning to One Tree Hill next season? — Sam

Ausiello: Based on the finale, I’d say there’s a 33.333333 percent shot, right? Truth be told, no final decision has been made yet. Wisely, McManus isn’t twiddling her thumbs waiting for producers to decide her fate. The up-and-comer has booked a juicy guest stint on CSI: NY to air next fall. She’ll play a flight attendant who gets caught up in a hijack scheme and ends up helping Mac.