The Vampire Diaries and Originals actors and couple were engaged in a little conversation as they headed to a meeting in the Big Apple. Just the night before, Paul was also spotted out in the city.
Speaking with E!, Julie Plec admitted that The Vampire Diaries would go on as long as Paul and on-screen brother Ian Somerhalder were in.
“I finally realized that my destiny on this show, creatively, is tied in to Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley. And I mean that in a really good way. As long as those boys who I now consider my friends want to keep telling the story, then I won’t walk away from telling the story,” she said.
Julie added, “I basically committed to Ian and Paul that when they’re ready to be done, I’ll be done. They could be ready very soon, or they could really want to stick it out. Right now, that’s up to them. I’m with them as long as I feel like I can keep telling stories for them.”
The intimate lunch praised the female perspective in fashion, film and photography in tandem with Porter’s all-female Spring issue.
Guests dined on kale salad with sundried tomatoes, avocado tartine on whole grain bread, white sea bass with lemon and capers, chicken paillard with arugula salad, and cookies and petit fours for dessert. Yum!
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The 27-year-old actor revealed what it was like filming his death scene and the speech Phoebe Tonkin‘s character Hayley gave his lifeless body.
“That entire day was really intense, and Phoebe did an incredible job of staying with it, staying in it — and hearing her talk and I could tell she was — I couldn’t see her, but I could tell she was crying,” Nathan told Access Hollywood. “[The speech] was beautiful to listen to and every now and then I would sneak a little glance over if I didn’t think they were looking at me, just because I mean, she’s incredible. I think she killed it in that scene.”
Phoebe told ET, “It was really sad! I love Nathan Parsons so much and I love the relationship with Hayley and Jackson. It was just so sweet and very human. They gave him an epic death, which is all you could want if you’re going to die on a show like this. An epic, epic, dark, bloody death, so I’m glad he got that, but yeah it’s sad. It’s sad when any kind of character leaves on these shows. We spend so much time together so it’s like we’re losing a buddy.”
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