Reuniting with Elijah Mikaelson (Daniel Gillies) might not go as well.
He's the one who ripped Marcel's heart out in the penultimate episode of Season 3, showing Marcel where his loyalties were.
(Getty Images)We got to sit in on the exclusive press room for The Originals at Comic-Con on Saturday, and the cast and producers had plenty to say about the upcoming Vampire Diaries spin-off to whet fans' appetites for more.
The show doesn't premiere until October, but here's what we know so far.1.
For Marcel Gerard, it's good to be king (again) on "The Originals." Last season on The CW drama, Marcel drank a mystical liquid that not only made him stronger than one of the Mikaelsons, but it gave him a bite that could kill one of the Originals family members. You're never really going to control him or really hold him down, and he's such a smart character.
It also restored him to power in New Orleans, a greater power than what was taken away from him when the Originals came to town back in Season 1. 'Cause I'm the king again,'" Charles continued with a laugh, recounting how he approached playing Marcel in Season 4. But again, the one thing they do have is that bond.
Actor Charles Michael Davis and girlfriend Katrina Amato attends the HBO Luxury Lounge featuring PANDORA at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills on August 23, 2014 in Beverly Hills, California."In the pilot Marcel was smitten with Cami and he follows that up in tomorrow's episode," Davis says."He's drawn to the same thing Klaus is drawn to — Cami's intelligence. I think that piques his interest." And then there's Davina (Danielle Campbell), Marcel's secret weapon for controlling the witches."I enjoy it," Charles Michael Davis, who plays the vampire, told Access In last Friday's season opener, despite being inside a spelled circle, Klaus Mikaelson (Joseph Morgan) was able to use chains to take down an old frenemy – Alistair. So, there's much to fear and respect, but there's still a little bit of comfort there."In my mind, I was never not the king."But actually there were times when I had to remind myself like, '[You've] got the bite and you can kill everyone and you don't have to bow down, and when you do fight scenes, it doesn't take much effort. But did Klaus' show of strength make Marcel feel a sense of uneasiness around the ancient vampire who has served as a father figure? But I think [Marcel] was certainly thrown for a loop when he took his advice about how at first to handle Alistair and then it backfired.is back for Season 3, and months after their violent and deadly showdown with the powerful witch Dahlia, a rift continues to divide brothers Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and Elijah (Daniel Gillies), while Freya (Riley Voekel) searches for a way to heal their fractured bond.