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September 8th, 2016

Day 4 – Stephen Moyer Hits the Rooftop for 22 Day Pushup Challenge

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Steve treated us to a view of Liverpool from the rooftop during his video for day #4 of his 22 day pushup challenge. He did a double-whammy challenge to his buddies John Ales and Iddo Goldberg, as Steve will be heading to Canada to visit the missus and their twins. Dave makes an appearance at the end of the video!

Honor Courage Commitment, Inc. started the movement back in 2013 after learning the staggering statistics that on the average 22 veterans are killed by suicide daily in the United States. Mental health issues lead to these suicides and stem primarily from conditions such as PTS (Post Traumatic Stress) and TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), and struggles of transitioning out of the military.

The solution is veteran empowerment. One of the biggest challenges veterans face is finding a sense of purpose after service. #22KILL directly supports veteran empowerment programs that help veterans maximize their talents and understand their value outside of the military.

To learn more abut the challenge visit 22kill.com. And, if you would like to show your support, just follow the directions at 22 honor pushups.

September 7th, 2016

Shots Fired to Screen at Urbanworld Film Fest in NYC

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Here’s your chance to catch Steve’s latest work early (and on the big screen, no less!). Shots Fired has been added to the lineup at Urbanworld Film Festival in NYC! According to a tweet from Gina Prince-Bythewood, Shots Fired will have a screening and the cast will participate in a panel moderated by Jonathan Demme.

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The screening will take place at 7:30 p.m. on September 24th at the AMC Empire Theater 12 in New York City. No word yet on which cast members will be in attendance. Tickets are available at Urbanworld’s website.

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September 7th, 2016

Anna Paquin Loves Her Boys!

It’a good thing she does, or there would be thousands of women willing to step right into her shoes, aw hell, what am I saying … if Anna couldn’t kick their asses they’d give it a try now.

Thank you, Anna, for sharing such loving photos with your fans!

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September 7th, 2016

Day 3 – Stephen Moyer Hits the Deck for #22PushupChallenge

It’s day three with Steve ripping out another 22 pushups for servicemen, servicewomen and veterans who suffer from PTSD and TBI in America and Britain. Too many of our honorable men and women commit suicide on a daily basis due to these mental health issues.

Steve has asked Rob Delaney to join him in spreading awareness by getting down on the floor and sharing his spectacular chest with everyone. Now all we need is Steve losing his shirt.

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Honor Courage Commitment, Inc. started the movement back in 2013 after learning the staggering statistics that on the average 22 veterans are killed by suicide daily in the United States. Mental health issues lead to these suicides and stem primarily from conditions such as PTS (Post Traumatic Stress) and TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), and struggles of transitioning out of the military.

The solution is veteran empowerment. One of the biggest challenges veterans face is finding a sense of purpose after service. #22KILL directly supports veteran empowerment programs that help veterans maximize their talents and understand their value outside of the military.

To learn more abut the challenge visit 22kill.com. And, if you would like to show your support, just follow the directions at 22 honor pushups.

September 6th, 2016

Stephen Moyer Completes Day 2 of 22 Pushup Challenge

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Dave and Banjo do a bit of photobombing in the video Steve posted this morning. As we’ve been reporting, Steve answered the challenge set forth by Kurt Sutter to complete 22 pushups daily to raise awareness that 22 servicemen, servicewomen, and veterans commit suicide on a daily basis due to issues of PTSD. Steve also shared in his tweet how those in the UK can help the cause, which also impacts returning soldiers in the UK. During today’s video, Steve challenged John Bishop to join the cause.

Honor Courage Commitment, Inc. started the movement back in 2013 after learning the staggering statistics that on the average 22 veterans are killed by suicide daily in the United States. Mental health issues lead to these suicides and stem primarily from conditions such as PTS (Post Traumatic Stress) and TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), and struggles of transitioning out of the military.

The solution is veteran empowerment. One of the biggest challenges veterans face is finding a sense of purpose after service. #22KILL directly supports veteran empowerment programs that help veterans maximize their talents and understand their value outside of the military.

To learn more abut the challenge visit 22kill.com. And, if you would like to show your support, just follow the directions at 22 honor pushups.

September 5th, 2016

Chris Bauer Answers the Call

Earlier today, September 5th, Stephen Moyer knocked out his first 22 pushups for #22Kill and in return he called out his past coworker, Chris Bauer, to accept the 22 Pushup Challenge. Not only did Chris oblige, but he kept it in the True Blood family by requesting Sam Trammell to be the next to step up.

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Honor Courage Commitment, Inc. started the movement back in 2013 after learning the staggering statistics that on the average 22 veterans are killed by suicide daily in the United States. Mental health issues lead to these suicides and stem primarily from conditions such as PTS (Post Traumatic Stress) and TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), and struggles of transitioning out of the military.

The solution is veteran empowerment. One of the biggest challenges veterans face is finding a sense of purpose after service. #22KILL directly supports veteran empowerment programs that help veterans maximize their talents and understand their value outside of the military.

To learn more abut the challenge visit 22kill.com. And, if you would like to show your support, just follow the directions at 22 honor pushups.

September 5th, 2016

Stephen Moyer Accepts “22 Pushup Challenge”!

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None of Steve’s fans should be surprised that he accepted Kurt Sutter’s challenge to complete the “22 pushup challenge“. In accepting the challenge, Steve comments that the PTSD and Combat Stress that impact US Servicemen and Servicewomen also effect those serving in the UK military. Steve calls out his “lovely friend” Chris Bauer on day 1 of the challenge “because he likes a good pushup and he’s got a lovely chest”.

Honor Courage Commitment, Inc. started the movement back in 2013 after learning the staggering statistics that on the average 22 veterans are killed by suicide daily in the United States. Mental health issues lead to these suicides and stem primarily from conditions such as PTS (Post Traumatic Stress) and TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), and struggles of transitioning out of the military.

The solution is veteran empowerment. One of the biggest challenges veterans face is finding a sense of purpose after service. #22KILL directly supports veteran empowerment programs that help veterans maximize their talents and understand their value outside of the military.

To learn more abut the challenge visit 22kill.com. And, if you would like to show your support, just follow the directions at 22 honor pushups.

September 4th, 2016

Will Stephen Moyer Pick Up the “22 Pushup Challenge”?

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On September 3rd, Kurt Sutter invited Stephen Moyer to “show me the rippling muscles” by posting a video on Twitter of himself doing 22 pushups. Kurt wants Steve to pick up the 22 Pushup Challenge to honor those who serve and to raise awareness for veteran suicide prevention through education and empowerment.

And, if Sutter’s throwing of the gauntlet to Steve wasn’t enough, Steve’s mrs. wanted to make sure that all of the Emery’s fans knew about about the challenge. There’s no backing out now Steve … show us those rippling muscles!

Honor Courage Commitment, Inc. started the movement back in 2013 after learning the staggering statistics that on the average 22 veterans are killed by suicide daily in the United States. Mental health issues lead to these suicides and stem primarily from conditions such as PTS (Post Traumatic Stress) and TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), and struggles of transitioning out of the military.

The solution is veteran empowerment. One of the biggest challenges veterans face is finding a sense of purpose after service. #22KILL directly supports veteran empowerment programs that help veterans maximize their talents and understand their value outside of the military.

To learn more abut the challenge visit 22kill.com. And, if you would like to show your support, just follow the directions at 22 honor pushups.

September 2nd, 2016

Stephen Moyer Tweets with Fans

While on a train this morning, September 2nd, Steve enjoyed some down time by spending an hour on Twitter doing a question and answer session with his fans. Here are a few excerpts from the exchanges. Read them all at @smoyer.

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September 1st, 2016

Stephen Moyer Catches up on His Zzzz’s

This is one of those photos that really doesn’t need us to comment on, but we will say. whomever took this picture did an awesome job of it. Thank you!

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August 30th, 2016

Stephen Moyer On His Love of WHUFC

Steve was interviewed by West Ham United Football Club and they shared his interview on their website! He shared the Emery family tradition of following West Ham, as well as his excitement over NBC’s coverage of the league so he can now easily watch the matches (typically several at a time) from the comfort of his home in Los Angeles. Steve also brought up his invitation from Mark Noble to come watch West Ham practice in North Carolina.

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Steve with Mark Noble in North Carolina. Photo Credit: WHUFC Website

Of the familial connection with West Ham:

I started going to Upton Park with my old man when I was six, and I’m a Season Ticket Holder for when I’m in England.

My son Billy goes with mates when I’m not around in Los Angeles, but I’m very excited because I’m coming over to do a job for ITV for two months from August, so I’ll be at the new Stadium for the first two months of games, which is just awesome. I can’t wait for it.

Of his invitation to watch West Ham practice while in North Carolina:

I was filming in Charlotte the night we played Carolina RailHawks, which was two-and-a-half hours away, so I couldn’t make it to the match, but I got in contact with Mark Noble and asked him if I could come and watch some training.

It was arranged and the chance to be there was amazing for me. It’s absolutely ridiculous to think I was at the training session by personal invitation from the skipper Mark Noble!

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Of NBC’s coverage:

The coverage here is absolutely fantastic now, because NBC bought the rights to the Premier League. It works out better for people in LA with the time difference, because it’s 7am for the 3pm kick-offs and I’ve got kids, so I’m up with them.

The big screen has West Ham playing, and then the computer through NBC Sports has one of the other teams playing and my iPad has another game on.

NBC have changed the game over here, and it’s getting bigger and bigger in America.

To read the rest of Steve’s interview about West Ham United, please visit their website. There are a few more tidbits!

August 29th, 2016

Stephen Moyer Continues to Support the Silas Pullen Fund

Steve shared a lovely photo on his Instagram from yesterday’s annual Silas Pullen Cricket Match. Steve has been friends with Silas’ family for years. Silas was just eleven years old when he lost his life to an aggressive brain tumour.

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The Silas Pullen Fund’s Facebook page shared some lovely photos from yesterday’s match, including two with Steve:

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More photos from the match are available on the Silas Pullen Fund Facebook Page. The family is also raising money for brain cancer research. According to Silas’ Just Giving page, “Brain tumours are the biggest cancer killer of children and young people and yet very little is spent on research and developing new drugs in this area”. The family is raising money for The Brain Tumour Charity, which “is at the forefront of the fight to defeat brain tumours, funding pioneering research and providing support for those affected. We are committed to defending the most amazing part of the human body so that the diagnosis of a brain tumour no longer means a death sentence”.

Please visit the Silas Pullen Just Giving Page or the Silas Pullen Fund Facebook Page to learn more about Silas and how you can contribute to the fund.

August 29th, 2016

Anna Paquin Lands Another TV Show!

Damn, that woman is busy!

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Anna Paquin is to star in the new Canadian transgender crime drama, Bellevue. Starring Allen Leech (Downton Abbey, The Imitation Game) and Shawn Doyle (House of Cards), Anna will play detective Annie Ryder, who attempts to unravel the mystery of a transgender teen who’s gone missing in a small town, with foul play suspected. Leech will star as Ryder’s romantic partner, Eddie, while Doyle will play her superior, police chief Peter Welland.

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Muse Entertainment and Back Alley Film are making Bellevue for CBC, with eight one-hour episodes from creators Jane Maggs and Adrienne Mitchell planned for a winter 2017 debut after production in Montreal.

So, it sounds as if Anna will be airing on the Canadian TV screen at the same time Steve will be airing in the States with Shots Fired.

Read more at the source

August 29th, 2016

Stephen Moyer & Joe Manganiello Reunite

At least, for one evening they did. The Brits may be more polite than Americans when it comes to engaging celebrities in public, but these two guys must still have felt all eyes on them while eating. How can anyone resist staring at two handsome men and a beautiful lady?

We’d like to disagree with Steve … this is one of the best selfie’s ever taken!

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August 27th, 2016

Stephen Moyer Lunches with his Mum

I thank the gods every day that Steve took a job in Britain. Since being there, he’s been sharing a good number of photos from Twitter and Facebook. With that said, here’s two different pics from the same luncheon at Amanda Emery’s (Steve’s sister) shop. Can you find the differences?

Amanda’s shop, Todd Sloane, can be found at 71 High Street, Epping in the UK and seems to be a shop you don’t want to miss if your in town visiting. Gifts, fine furnishings and what looks like excellent food.

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