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Paul Wesley Thinks Stefan's Ending on 'The Vampire Diaries' Was 'Poetic Justice'

Paul Wesley Thinks Stefan's Ending on 'The Vampire Diaries' Was 'Poetic Justice'

Many The Vampire Diaries fans were NOT pleased with Stefan Salvatore’s fate at the close of the show — but actor Paul Wesley thinks it was actually a fitting end for his character.

“It was something I was really hoping for,” he told TVLine in a new interview, “I’d put in a good word, because I felt it needed end that way. I thought he really needed to die.”

He went on to say that he thought all of Stefan’s evil actions needed atoning for.

“It was important poetic justice for all the bad things he’d done,” he continued. “He was a murderer ultimately. He’d found so much redemption, yet was still tormented. For me, him making that ultimate sacrifice was a great way to say goodbye.”

Paul actually thought the ending for his character was so perfect that he even teared up when reading the finale script for the first time.

TELL JJJ: What do you think? Should Stefan have died?

Will Paul Wesley Make a Cameo on 'The Originals'?

Will Paul Wesley Make a Cameo on 'The Originals'?

Paul Wesley‘s character from The Vampire Diaries is – SPOILER ALERT! – dead, but fans are still hoping to see him pop up on The Originals.

Several characters from the series have made cameos on the spinoff, but it doesn’t sound like we’ll see Stefan show up in New Orleans any time soon.

“I don’t think so. I think Stefan has been laid to rest,” Paul told TVGuide.com. “I’m trying to sort of do the opposite of what I’ve being doing for eight years for the most part.”

“I don’t think I’ll be doing a supernatural show anytime soon, that’s for sure,” he added. “I’m trying to branch out and do different things.”

Ahem, Paul may have forgotten he just directed an episode of a very supernatural show in Shadowhunters!

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Julie Plec Reveals Deleted 'Vampire Diaries' Steroline Scene

Julie Plec Reveals Deleted 'Vampire Diaries' Steroline Scene

Stefan and Caroline share one of the sweetest kisses ever in this Vampire Diaries deleted scene that was just unveiled by none other than showrunner Julie Plec.

It seems that the scene was lost after putting together all the extras for the DVD boxset that will be coming out soon.

“A little backstory — our series finale had no official deleted scenes because we were able to get everything in,” Julie wrote to fans on Twitter.

“However a lot of scenes lost a lot of time from within the scenes themselves. Many darlings were killed. We had to lose some special moments.”

She adds, “I had asked for this particular moment to be included on the DVD, but along the way that request got lost in translation. @TheCW and @WarnerBrosEnt were kind enough to dig it up & send me a link so I could post.”

Check out one of the only deleted scenes below!

Damon Sinks His Teeth into Someone in 'Vampire Diaries' Season 8 Deleted Scene - Watch Now!

Damon Sinks His Teeth into Someone in 'Vampire Diaries' Season 8 Deleted Scene - Watch Now!

Damon (Ian Somerhalder) sends a woman to hell in this deleted scene from the eighth season of The Vampire Diaries, given exclusively to JustJaredJr.com.

The clip is from the fourth episode and if you remember, that’s the same episode in which he – SPOILER ALERT! – kills Tyler (Michael Trevino).

Damon was on a bit of a rampage while dealing with Sybil and the Devil, and all that. Watch the scene below!

Be sure to get The Vampire Diaries season 8 on Digital HD, Blu-ray & DVD now!


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'TVD' & 'Originals' Showrunner Julie Plec Accidentally Shares a Huge Klaroline Spoiler

'TVD' & 'Originals' Showrunner Julie Plec Accidentally Shares a Huge Klaroline Spoiler

We’ve dreamt, and hoped, and prayed that somehow, someway, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and Caroline (Candice King) would make their way back to each in The Vampire Diaries/Originals world — and it just might be happening!

While talking about the season finale of The Originals with Entertainment Weekly at the ATX Television Festival, showrunner Julie Plec dished about Hope Mikaelson’s future — and just how she might be going to a magical school.

But not any magical school — THE magical school we’re all thinking about.

“Alaric and Caroline are running the Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted where Hope Mikael– sh-t never mind. Keep watching…” she shared, cutting herself off before she revealed even more.

So, this may lay the blocks for Klaroline to reunite after all!

The Vampire Diaries' Nathalie Kelley (AKA Sybil) Reveals Her Reaction to the Finale

The Vampire Diaries' Nathalie Kelley (AKA Sybil) Reveals Her Reaction to the Finale

Nathalie Kelley was happy with the way The Vampire Diaries ended.

We recently caught up with the actress, who of course played Sybil during the final season of the series, and asked about her reaction to the finale.

“I feel like they tied up all the loose ends and at least from the people I spoke to, they felt like they had closure,” Nathalie told JJJ. “I think it’s hard to please everybody, but I think Julie [Plec] did an amazing job at tying everything up in a bow – b ut in a way that left everyone satisfied.”

Meanwhile, Nathalie is gearing up to star in the new CW show Dynasty, premiering this fall. We can’t wait to see it!

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Michael Malarkey, Zach Roerig & Michael Trevino Just Had The Best 'Vampire Diaries' Reunion

Michael Malarkey, Zach Roerig & Michael Trevino Just Had The Best 'Vampire Diaries' Reunion

It’s only been a short while since The Vampire Diaries said goodbye — just over a month, to be exact.

But that didn’t stop some of the series stars from reuniting and giving us just about the hottest Instagram you’ll see this week.

Michael Trevino shared a new pic on his Instagram with David Anders (John Gilbert), Matt Davis (Alaric), Michael Malarkey (Enzo), and Zach Roerig (Matt Donovan), for us all to rejoice about.

The group met up at The Brickyard Pub in Hollywood for a guys night out.

“…California Scheming…” Trevino captioned.

…California Scheming…

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Joseph Morgan Had No Idea What Klaus Did in 'The Vampire Diaries' Finale!

Joseph Morgan Had No Idea What Klaus Did in 'The Vampire Diaries' Finale!

Joseph Morgan is opening up about his character Klaus Mikaelson’s role in The Vampire Diaries finale!

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star’s character had a very small, but important role in the finale, but Joseph shared with TooFab that he had no clue what was going to happen.

In the Vampire Diaries finale, Klaus gifted his ex Caroline with a $3 million donation for her Salvatore Boarding School for the Young and Gifted.

“I didn’t know about it before,” Joseph said. “I kind of expected they would do something, because, you know, leave no stone un-turned for the finale I guess. How much was the check?”

When Joseph learned about what Klaus did, he was in shock. “Oh wow, there you go!”

Along with the check, Klaus sent Caroline a super sweet note to his ex.

“Dear Caroline, I have often imagined the paths your life might take, but your chosen future is more noble than I ever fathomed. Please accept this contribution to your virtuous cause. I do look forward to thanking you in person, someday. However long it takes. Yours, Klaus.”