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September 29th, 2016

Stephen Moyer’s a Good Samaritan

Steve & Chance Photo Credit: @stephenmoyer IG

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By now, you’ve all no doubt heard some great stories about just how kind and gracious Steve is. And now we can add hero to the mix! BuzzFeed ran a piece about good celebrity encounters, and somebody shared a great one about Steve! But should this come as any surprise? BuzzFeed reader katclifford was not only lucky enough to find herself on vacation in Montana with Steve, but she managed to get saved by him!

“I was on a family vacation in a ranch in Montana and it turns out Stephen Moyer was there also with two of his kids. We ended up playing softball together and he literally saved me from crashing into a tree with my horse. It sounds fake, but I promise you it’s not.” Submitted by katclifford

Check out the source for other good deeds done by celebs!

Thanks to Clair for the find!

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September 27th, 2016

Stephen Moyer: Day 21 of 22 Day Pushup Challenge

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We’ve mentioned it before, but we have been so spoiled by these almost daily videos of Steve doing his pushups amidst some spectacular scenery. Today, Steve fulfilled day 21 of the 22 Day Pushup Challenge. That means that we’ll only be treated to one more video! Steve’s nominee for today was Alec Newman, whom you may remember from The Bastard Executioner!

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 27th, 2016

New Set Photos from Stephen Moyer’s Safe House

The Daily Post North Wales shared some beautiful behind-the-scenes photos from the filming of Steve’s new project, Safe House. We’ve known Steve has been filming in Wales because of the beautiful background scenery from his 22 Pushup Challenge videos. According to the article, the series is largely based in Anglesey, Wales, with recent filming occurring in Aberffraw and Trearddur Bay. Filming began in August in Cheshire and Liverpool.

Steve filming near Aberffraw on Monday

Steve filming near Aberffraw on Monday

Safe House Synopsis:
The show’s second season will now focus on charismatic yet impulsive ex-police officer Tom Brook (Moyer) who runs a police safe house, which stands by the edge of the sea on the rugged coastline of Anglesey, a wild and beautiful sanctuary. Many years before the events depicted in season two, Brooks had investigated a series of abductions perpetrated by an assailant known as ‘The Crow’. On hearing of a crime bearing the same hallmarks, Tom immediately goes to the crime scene, revealing to the police that he believes ‘The Crow’ is active again.

To view more behind-the-scenes images, check out the Safe House Album.

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September 25th, 2016

Simply Moyer Attends Shots Fired Screening

On Saturday evening, Urbanworld Film Festival presented a world premiere screening of 20th Century Fox’s new series Shots Fired at AMC Empire Theater in NYC. The screening was followed by a Q & A featuring the series’ creators Gina Prince-Bythewood and Reggie Rock Bythewood and cast members Stephan James, Tristan Mack Wilds, DeWanda Wise, Jill Hennessey, Aisha Hinds, and Kylen Davis. The Q & A was moderated by Jonathan Demme.

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We had the pleasure of sitting beside DeWanda Wise’s proud mother, Margie, who came up from Maryland for the premiere. We had a conversation about the timeliness of the subject matter and the struggle with helping people in rural areas better understand the complexities of the Black Lives Matter Movement. She also shared that her daughter has been working for about ten years after graduating from NYU and this role is a big break for her. DeWanda portrays grieving mother Shameeka Campbell, who’s son died under mysterious circumstances. Shameeka is understandably upset because of the attention paid to the death of a white shooting victim, while her son’s death seemed to be swept under the carpet. We suspect that her character will figure prominently in this series, which we heard from a little birdie could go anywhere from 3-5 seasons, depending on the buzz. Sadly, the subject matter is likely to continue being an issue, as we obviously have a long way to go in this country given the recent tragic events in Tulsa and Charlotte.

The screening got off to a late start, as the theater was not only filled to capacity, they were actually over capacity! People actually sat in the aisles and stood along the side of the theater because there weren’t enough seats! If this is any indicator of how well the series will do, then they’re definitely off to a great start!

Finally, Gina Prince-Bythewood and Reggie Rock Bythewood came out and introduced their new series, thanking everyone involved for their hard work. They promised that although the subject matter is heavy, the series would also offer some lighter moments and even some moments that would make us laugh. The episode played to a very enthusiastic audience, and yes, there were some moments that made us laugh. But overall, the premiere episode, chock full of powerful performances from a stellar cast, made us take pause and think deeply about the issues facing this country today.

Without giving too much away, the series begins in what appears to be a small Southern town. We hear, but don’t see, ‘shots fired’ and then become witness to the immediate aftermath of the shooting of a young white male by a African American police officer (Tristan Mack Wilds). The story follows as the shooting becomes a primary focus of the Department of Justice, who send a prosecutor (Stephan James) and investigator (Sanaa Lathan) as well as the Governor (Helen Hunt). Tensions flare in the African American community, who are frustrated that a shooting involving a white victim has garnered the attention of the government and the media. A witness lures the investigators to seek out a “Ms. Campbell” (DeWanda Wise) for the truth. When the investigators interview Ms. Campbell, they discover that she knows nothing about the investigation at hand, but she is understandably upset because her son died under mysterious circumstances with no proper investigation conducted.

There are several powerful scenes in the premiere, in particular a scene in a church with incredible performances by Aisha Hinds (as a chaplain), DeWanda Wise, and Jill Hennessey (who plays the grieving mother of the white shooting victim). Hinds’ character encourages everyone in the community to join together as human beings to embrace and support these grieving mothers. True Blood fans may remember Hinds’ portrayal of “Miss Jeannette” from the first season.

Stephen Moyer portrays Officer Breeland. Suffice it to say, Steve is excellent in his portrayal of this small town officer. He had a few scenes in the premiere and from this episode alone, it is difficult to surmise what direction his character will be headed. We can’t wait to find out.

The Bythewoods magically address complex social issues while also interweaving a compelling personal story by delving into the troubled personal lives of the series’ leads, played by James and Lathan. Both provide excellent performances and enable us to become invested in their character’s journeys. We agreed that the premiere episode succeeded in whetting our appetites for more.

The evening ended with a brief Q & A in which Mr. Demme asked all the actors involved what kind of research they did for their roles. Everyone agreed that there is so much to pull from current events. Mr. Demme was slightly stumped with how to sensitively answer a question about issues that may be raised by the series focusing on a white victim of a black police officer. Everyone present at the panel was very enthusiastic about the opportunity to work on this project. Mr. Demme added that he was proud to be involved, and was happy to see the number of African American filmmakers, actors and those working behind the scenes, involved in this project.


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September 25th, 2016

Day 20 of Stephen Moyer’s Pushup Challenge

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We only have a few more days to enjoy Steve’s participation in the 22 Day Pushup Challenge. Steve performed day #20 in front of the stadium of his beloved West Ham United and called out team captain Mark Noble. We’re feeling kind of sad to think we only have one or two more of these videos left!

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 25th, 2016

Stephen Moyer at No Man’s Land

Between the pushup challenge, the Shots Fired screening, and new fan pics, our Steve cup runneth over this week! In the past couple of days we’ve had not one, but two fan pics shared on Twitter! After a dry spell we’re feeling pretty blessed! Hallelujah, Hallelujah!!!

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Last night, Steve was spotted at London’s Wyndham’s Theatre catching a performance of No Man’s Land, a play by Harold Pinter and starring Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen. Twitter user @daffikahn shared this great photo taken with Steve. Meeting Steve seems to make many people’s day!

September 23rd, 2016

“Safe House” Cast Member Joins Stephen Moyer with 44 Pushups

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Ashley Walters was called out by Steve a number of days ago to join him in the 22 Pushup Challenge, so it was nice to seem him accompany Steve today for days 18 & 19. Man, it’s getting close to the end. I have a feeling we’ll be going cold turkey soon and missing Steve more than ever. Anyways, back to the video. Steve and Ashley showed us the manly cut of their jib today when they started their 44 presses by doing hand clap pushups. They may have only pulled out 15 of them, but I’m still duly impressed. You go, guys!

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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 22nd, 2016

On Set With Stephen Moyer

It’s been a while since we’ve been graced with a fan photo! We wish it were one of us because a) it’s in Wales and b) it’s with Steve! But this lucky gal had her photo taken with Steve on what appears to be the Safe House set and kindly shared it on Twitter for all the Twitterverse to see! Thanks, Emma!

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September 21st, 2016

Stephen Moyer Completes Day 17 of 22 Day Pushup Challenge

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Looks like Steve may have been in a bit of a rush to knock out today’s 22 pushups. We selfishly hope this is because he’s so busy filming Safe House and will have tons of screen time for us to enjoy. Regardless, he continues to amaze us with his dedication to completing this challenge. And he still makes the pushups look easy! Love the song choice!

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 20th, 2016

Stephen Moyer: A Man, His Dogs, Jimi Hendrix, and 22 Pushups

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Steve’s been doing double duty with the 22 Pushup Challenge lately, so it was a nice surprise to see that he posted another video today! Only 22 pushups this go-round, but we get a reappearance from Banjo and Dave, as well as some Jimi Hendrix. We love Steve’s sense of humor!

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 19th, 2016

Another Day, Another 44 Pushups for Stephen Moyer

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Steve continues to wow us with his pushup prowess, as well as the incredible view of the sunset. And if his chosen music doesn’t inspire you to do a set yourself, well we just don’t know what to say! No appearance from Banjo or Dave today, but Steve does receive some help from an assistant.

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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 17th, 2016

Stephen Moyer Completes Days 12 & 13 of “22 Pushup Challenge”

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Steve is over halfway finished with the 22 Pushup Challenge! We’re getting spoiled with these near daily doses of Steve and the pooches! Today Steve mentions that he is in Wales, and he continues to show what great taste he has in music! Hopefully Ryan Kwanten will accept Steve’s challenge!

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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 15th, 2016

Stephen Moyer Completes Another 44 Pushups

As if pushups aren't hard enough ...

As if pushups aren’t hard enough …

Steve got some help from some uplifting music and also his dogs, Banjo and Dave, for this series of the 22 Pushup Challenge. Steve also mentions that work has been keeping him busy from finding the time to get his pushups in, thus he’s doing two days (44 pushups) again. I doubt that anyone in the Steve fandom will complain that he’s busy working, though!

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 13th, 2016

Days 8 & 9 – Stephen Moyer Continues 22 Day Pushup Challenge

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Steve’s back in Liverpool, so no assistance from his ‘sloth’, Anna Paquin this go-round! But Steve does have Banjo and Dave to cheer him on, although they both looked a bit unenthused! Might have been the music! Since he was traveling and missed a day, Steve completed 44 pushups to cover two days and now challenges Toby Stephens and Alistair Petrie to take on the challenge.

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 12th, 2016

Day 7 – Stephen Moyer Gets Help from a Divine Sloth

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Steve found himself saddled by an unusual and not so quiet sloth that bogged down his pushup performance on day 7 of the 22 Pushup Challenge. Thank you, Anna Paquin, for being Steve’s sloth for the day. Steve called out his Shots Fired co-star Mack Wilds to get busy with his own 22 days of pushups.

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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.


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