Bulgarian-Born Nina Dobrev Said to Have Affair with Co-Star
Rising movie star, Bulgarian-Canadian actress Nina Dobrev, is reported to be in a relationship with another Vampire Diaries lead, Ian Somerhalder.
According to a report of the Bulgarian Trud Daily which cites a “special correspondent” of its own, Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder have recently demonstrated closeness during the shooting of the hit CW series, and have even been photographed together at the Los Angeles International Airport.
The paper points out that there have been rumors that Dobrev was in a relationship with one of the other two lead actors, Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley. It also reminds the views earlier expressed by Dobrev that she would never be in a relationship with a co-star.
However, reports claims that Dobrev and the ten years older Somerhalder have gotten together over the Easter holidays.
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It's not bullshit; I was just wrong. I saw the movie 19 years ago and just remember it featured Olivier and the Dracula was hot.
You should be able to know the difference between bullshit and being wrong, given that your experience here is filled with examples of both.
Saying "as usual" does not make it true.
"...the difference between Drakul/Drakuliya/Drakula..."
"Drac" is a popular form for "Devil" ( with "Diavol" being the "elevated" word)
Dracul -" The Devil"
Draculea - an antiquated form to say "son of the Devil"
Drakula - actually has no meaning in Romanian. It is the name Bram Stoker decided to use for his hero. Probably "Draculea" was too dificult to be pronounced by a native English speaker.
Vlad II Dracul was called like this because he was member of the order of th Dragon and use to wear a decoration shaped like a dragon.
Vlad III the Impaler - probably also called Draculea by his subjects - was a son of Vlad Dracul. His fame for extreme cruelty may be considered one of the first media manipulations - being popularized in Western Europe by pamphlets issued by Saxon merchants from Transylvania ( which whom Vlad obviously had a conflict).
I know. That's why he's considered a heroe in RO if I am not mistaken.
Maybe the Romanians on the forum could share more light on this, like you mentioned. It's gruesome but it's also fascinating I think.
At any rate, it is alot more interesting than some co stars having a relationship or an affair.
Nellie, celebrities sex are always top news!!
IN Bg is chalga stars sex lives or football stars antics..relieves the days boredom i guess...
plus nina dobrev is learning the hollywood secret to success...sleep around!
driectors, producers...soon she'll have her own film debut!
Well, he and his son. I think the Romanians on this forum can explain better the difference between Drakul/Drakuliya/Drakula...
funny, not-too-related story. A friend of mine in the US used to watch Degrassi and I mentioned to him that there's this BG-heritage girl who was going to be in a new vampire show and he immediately guessed who she was based on how she looked.