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Joshua Jackson considers 'Vampire Diaries' role, practices his Salvatore brooding

Zap2it, Thursday, August 5, 2010, 11:24am (PDT)

This. Is. Amazing. "Fringe" star Joshua Jackson, who worked with "The Vampire Diaries" co-creators Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson on "Dawson's Creek," confirms that he spoke with them at Comic-Con about coming on board for a possible "Diaries" guest role. Pacey in Mystic Falls? Excuse me; my inner 13-year-old just died and went to teen drama heaven. (It's a place filled with love triangles, angsty emo-pop, and long, pensive gazes across high school classrooms.)Jackson might need some convincing before he agrees to the role. "It turns out that [Williamson] is not making a comedy with 'The Vampire Diaries,'" he jokes. "I think it would be more sort of like 'Inside Baseball' comedy if I popped up, but who knows. Maybe we'll take Pacey for a little light-hearted bloodsucking. We're all family, here."I know. It's almost too much awesomeness to handle right now. Are you feeling a little lightheaded? You'll want to make sure you're sitting down when you watch Jackson's impression of Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley's brooding CW vampires. "They're all too handsome," Jackson says.He also weighs in on the incredible response he's received from fans of Pacey-Con. "I've spent years and years of my life trying to scrub that song out of my memory, and after walking around playing it on a boombox all day, I have been humming 'I Don't Want to Wait' to myself, which is both creepy for me, having been on that show, and so addictive."Follow Zap2it and @cadlymack on Twitter and Zap2it on Facebook for the latest TV, movie and celebrity news.Photo Credit: Getty

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