August 18, 2009

True Blood 2x10 New World in My View

Robert Novak has died

The journalist Bob Novak, a famous political columnist and defined by his colleagues as a "legend", died at 78 years after fighting for a year against a brain tumor, CNN reported today. Novak, married with two children, died at his home in Washington.

Robert Novak was born in 1931 in Joliet, in the state of Illinois. He began his journalistic career in politics in 1957 as a reporter for the Associated Press and then the daily Wall Street Journal.

Rest in Peace.

The most famous vampire

Entertainment Weekly is the magazine that shows a list of 20 most famous vampire in the world, including Robert Pattinson and Stephen Moyer:

1. Lestat, Interview With the Vampire

2. Christopher Lee’s Dracula

3. Bela Lugosi’s Dracula

4. Edward Cullen, Twilight

5. Bill and Eric, True Blood

6. Asa Vajda, 1960’s Black Sunday

7. Angel

8. Mr. Barlow, Salem’s Lot

9. Schuyler Van Alen, Melissa de la Cruz’s Blue Bloods series

10. Gary Oldman’s Dracula

11. Klaus Kinski’s Dracula

12. Zoey Redbird, P.C. and Kristin Cast’s House of Night series

13. Jean-Claude, Laurel K. Hamilton’s Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter series

14. David, 1987’s The Lost Boys

15. Miriam Blaylock and Sarah Roberts, 1983’s The Hunger

16. Blade, the Blade trilogy

17. Eli, 2008’s Let the Right One In

18. Countess Bathory, 1971’s Daughters of Darkness

19. Selene, the Underworld trilogy

20. Caleb and Mae, 1987’s Near Dark

Which is your favorite vampire? I love Lestat!