Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer would “love” to return to ‘True Blood’.
The couple – who portrayed Sookie Stackhouse and Invoice Compton within the fantasy horror collection for six years till 2014 – admitted they might leap on the likelihood to return to the present following the information HBO are set to revive the programme, with ‘Riverdale’ star Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa.
Stephen advised ”Leisure Tonight’: “I’d love, love, love, like to see all of those individuals once more and work with them once more.”
Anna, 38, added: “It is a number of the finest years of my life. I might kick down the door to get to work with any of these individuals once more.”
And although Stephen’s character died within the collection, he does not suppose that ought to rule him out of a return.
He added: “However, spoiler alert, my character does not make it. I am up for a flashback. I am formally telling you, on ET, I am up for a flashback.”
The couple – who married in 2010 – are each govt producers on Amazon Prime collection ‘Flack’, and Stephen additionally directed his spouse in quite a lot of episodes, a lot to Anna’s delight.
She stated: “He is directed me a bunch, he did a bunch of ‘True Blood’. And I find it irresistible. He is a really gifted director, and I am not simply saying that as a result of I am his spouse. He would not have been requested to direct if he wasn’t good.”
Within the present, Anna portrays publicist and fixer Robin, and the pair revealed the scandals she has to spin in every episode are based mostly on real-life dramas.
Stephen, 51, stated: “Each single one has a component of fact.”
Anna added: “Look, the shopper dramas of the week are if something, extra salacious and juicy and darkish and intense than season one, and a few of them are actually private storylines, as a result of we delve somewhat extra into her [Robin’s] form of backstory and in addition see the form of house lives of a number of the opposite characters, the opposite women within the workplace.
“It’s simply upping the adrenaline stage by about 100 %.”