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'True Blood' Season 4 Gets New Sexy Posters, Alan Ball Experiments With 3-D

May 27, 2011 (1:59 am) GMT
Sookie lures Eric, Bill and Alcide in the first poster, Tara is between Sam and Lafayette in another, while Jason shares spot with two female vampires in the other.

Three new posters for "" season 4 have made their way out on the web, exposing the characters' sensuality. One poster features Sookie being surrounded by Eric, Bill and Alcide with each of the three men's hand grabbing her.

In a white-toned poster, Tara flaunts her leg while Sam seemingly admires her and Lafayette sits on the other side. The other poster has Pam and Jessica baring their fangs with Jason as the only man standing next to these female vampires.

The fourth season of "True Blood" will premiere Sunday, June 26 on HBO. Creator Alan Ball remains mum on details of the storyline, but shares that he has experimented with 3-D. "We did a scene in 3-D this season just to take a look at it," he reveals.

"It was pretty cool," he gushes, but adds, "I don't think it's going to air." He explains, "We just did it as an experiment, because I don't know if they're going to want to take the show 3-D at some point, maybe like a season premiere or a season finale or something."

Ball, however, believes that the show will someday be presented in 3-D. "I would be surprised if - depending on how long the show lasts - that doesn't happen at some point, especially if 3-D technology gets beyond having to wear the glasses," he states.



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