Ian Somerhalder, Joseph Morgan and Zach Roerig Spoil 'The Vampire Diaries'

Ian Somerhalder, Joseph Morgan and Zach Roerig Spoil 'The Vampire Diaries'


TVology released a new interview today from the recent press tour on the set of The Vampire Diaries in Atlanta. Ian Somerhalder, Joseph Morgan and Zach Roerig spoil tomorrow night's "Bringing Out The Dead", and beyond.

When Elena confesses to Stefan about the Damon-Elena kiss, she specifically says “I kissed Damon”, and not what it actually was, which was Damon making the move.
Ian: She doesn’t even say ‘I kissed him back’… she was just being honest. I think that she just wanted to be honest, because no one in Mystic Falls is honest. There’s so much ‘whodunit’, and everyone’s got a hidden agenda. I just don’t think she wanted to do that.
Joseph (to Ian): You think she was trying to hurt him?
Ian: Probably, yeah, but she was also… Elena’s not even that manipulative, I think she was just trying to say “Look, this happened.” And also, [she wanted] to see what his reaction would be, which was… you know. (Ian makes a fart sound)
Zach: I think Elena’s also just ready to be loved. She’s just so ready to be taken care of.


The always charming Joseph Morgan spoils Klaus' ongoing inner struggle and what fans can expect to see tomorrow night and beyond.

I think that there’s potential for him to change, yes, but it’s going to be really difficult. Because as well as being selfish, he’s incredibly paranoid. He’s spent the last 1000 years maintaining this lie he’s told his siblings. He’s the product of a dysfunctional family, having this horrible relationship with his father, being a bastard child, not feeling accepted by the rest of his family… so I think he has real issues with trust, and if he is gonna be a little more selfless with Caroline, he’s going to have to conquer them first." Morgan goes on to elaborate, "It’s a web of deceit that’s getting harder to maintain, so he becomes less and less trusting and he questions everyone’s motives, even though his are the ones that should be questioned. He doesn’t believe that anyone would be genuinely kind to him for that sake. So there’s potential for him to learn to trust, and possibly even to love, but it’s going to be a long journey.

On tomorrow night's all new episode, "Bringing Out The Dead", Morgan teases Elijah's return.

"Well, here’s one thing I can say: the next episode picks up exactly where the last one ended. So it’s great- immediately, you’re back in that room, and you see what happens straight afterwards with those guys."