Everyone in Stevedom has probably had some interaction with Rhonda, whether it be on social media, our forum, or her comments on this site. We all know Rhonda as one of the top fans, strongly supporting Steve in all his endeavors. When filming details for Steve’s project “Shots Fired” was announced, Rhonda was excited, as Steve would be filming in her home state. And then another dream came true for Rhonda when she secured a role for an extra on “Shots Fired.” Just imagine having the opportunity to appear in one of Steve’s projects as an extra! Well, last night, Rhonda shared on Twitter that the ultimate dream finally came true: she met Steve on set! Rhonda shared this fantastic photo of she and Steve. We’re so happy for you, Rhonda!
Steve shared some photos from London on his social media last week, and according to this article, he was there to do some filming! Cultbox reports that Steve has been cast in the upcoming heist thriller, “The Hatton Garden Job” and filming began last week. The film is based on a real life robbery last year, resulting in £14m worth of jewels stolen from London’s Hatton Garden Vault. The cast includes Matthew Goode, Joely Richardson, Larry Lamb, Phil Daniels, David Calder and Clive Russell, with Sarah-Jane Crawford and Mark Harris. The movie will be directed by Ronnie Thompson (Tower Block), who also wrote the script.
The synopsis of the film, from Cultbox:
“…the film picks up with a mysterious thief, who is presented with an opportunity to take down the exclusive Hatton Garden Vault just days after leaving prison. It’s an old school job, requiring old school skills. With real life twists and turns as though written for a movie, The Hatton Garden Job follows our convict recruiting a team of veteran British criminals all eager for one final chance at glory. Together they must stay ahead of the law, dodge hired mercenaries and make deals with the head of the Hungarian mafia.”
How did they get away with it? In the video below, Declan Lawn takes a journey into Britain’s criminal underworld in search of the secrets behind the job – the creation of the team, the choice of target, the execution of the robbery and the escape plan. Speaking to victims of the crime, he asks what was inside the boxes. As the search for the perpetrators intensifies, how could they dispose of the stolen property?
Do you want to have a bit of fun with your fellow Steve fans? You can now order a cardboard cutout of Steve’s face and wear it … where? Grocery shopping? To play a round of golf? Maybe, a Halloween party this autumn. Or, you could just lay it on the pillow next to your head. There’s nothing wrong with being a bit nucking futs, as long as your by yourself when you do it.
Celebrity Cutouts, a UK company, is offering masks of more than just Steve. You can get masks of zombies, classic Hollywood celebrities or even a full size cutout of yourself. We don’t know if they ship outside of the UK, but if you give it a try let us know if you succeed or not.
You can order here.
Update: According to Piper, one of our viewers, Celebrity Cutouts ships to the U.S. and Australia.
Looks like Steve may have done a bit of work for his beloved West Ham United football team! He shared this photo on Twitter noting that he had performed a days work and it was a “dream come true”. Steve also tagged @whufc_official in the Tweet.
So, what do you think the work is that Steve did for the Hammers?
The Bastard Executioner is now available on DVD! The series had previously been available to stream on Amazon and iTunes, but now you can purchase the DVD to add to your Stephen Moyer collection! No details yet on whether the 3 disc set contains any extras. To order your copy, head on over to Amazon!
It’s about time, don’t you think? It’s hard to believe Anna hasn’t understood a word Steve has said all these years, but hell is that really all that bad? Just kidding. It’s nice that Steve has Essexed down his accent so we can all understand the man. But the next time the Emery’s cross into Essex County, Steve has finally provided Anna with an Essex-Speech cheat sheet. Check it out below, along with their Twitter banter, which should put a smile on your face!
Ever wonder what Steve would look like with a Marilyn Monroe wig on? Guess no longer! Alicia Sanz, who plays Paula Games in Shots Fired shared on Instagram this new video featuring Steve. Click on the photo below to watch Steve and his costars morph into Marilyn Monroe before your eyes! Considering the heavy subject matter that they’re filming, it’s good that they seem to be having some fun behind the scenes!
We still have some autographed memorabilia to give away and today, June 4th is your last chance! Steve signed these items for us a bit ago to use as needed and what better way than to help fight brain cancer. Follow the instructions below and we’ll send you something special that not only Steve signed, but he breathed on too … and maybe even fondled. Is that too much to ask?
On January 8th of this year, we lost our dear friend and frequent contributor to this site, BillsNia, or chchchanges as she was known on our forum. You can read our original post about Nia’s passing here. In March, Cindy (aemac), Becky (SenseofDoubt), and Shelhill (Michelle) attended a “celebration of life” in Nia’s honour in Wisconsin. We had the opportunity to meet Nia’s wonderful group of family and friends. Nia’s devotion to Steve and True Blood had become well known amongst her family and close friends, and they all expressed how grateful they were that Nia had that outlet and that she had the opportunity to make so many friends in the fandom. Virtually everyone in Nia’s circle acknowledged that Nia was one of the most giving people, who always put everyone’s needs before her own, so they were delighted that she had something that was just for her.
Nia’s daughter, Angela, just sent us some information about a charity race the family is participating in for Strain for the Brain, a Wisconsin-based nonprofit with the goal of raising money for Brain Tumor Research, and raising awareness of the effect that Brain Tumors have on patients and their loved ones.
When we reported about Nia’s passing, there was an outpouring of condolences from the Stephen Moyer/True Blood fandom. Nia was such a frequent and compassionate contributor to a variety of sites, and many commented about how much her participation had meant to them. Nia was also the first in line to donate to a variety of charitable causes related to the fandom. If we asked, Nia not only gave, but she encouraged others to do so as well. Now is our opportunity to give a little back for Nia, and all that she has done for Steve and the fandom. We urge you all to do the same! Please consider making a donation to “Team Nia” and let her family know what Nia’s friendship meant to you.
The first ten people to send us proof of donation of $25 or more will get a gift from us: either a photo or magazine that Steve has signed! Upon making a donation, you will receive a receipt by email that will look like this:
Simply forward that receipt to: email@example.com We will contact the first ten people by email to notify you of your prize and to confirm shipping address. Deadline is June 4th at noon, EST.
You can donate to the entire team, or to an individual member. Be sure to have a box of tissues handy when you read the pages for Brian and Angela, Nia’s children, as they recount their mother’s brave battle with inoperable brain cancer. Please follow the donation link and make a contribution in memory of our dear friend, Nia!
Sanaa Lathan was kind enough to post a video on Twitter of herself, Jill Hennessey and our favourite man, Stephen Moyer. The short footage was filmed on the set of Shots Fired with the three of them finding a bit of time to fool around.
It looks like every woman on the planet wants to plant her lips on Steve. Be careful Jill, we believe Anna knows how to kick some ass!
Looks like Steve is back to filming in North Carolina, as he shared this selfie taken with cast mates Mack Wilds and Beau Knapp. Lets hope that Steve will have lots of screen time, since he’s been spending quite a bit of time on set!
Steve shared this photo taken during filming of Shots Fired on his Instagram last night.
Steve and Anna were photographed yesterday in NYC as they left their hotel, presumably to head back to Los Angeles. They spent the past few days in the Big Apple to attend the premiere of Anna’s miniseries, “Roots”, which will make it’s debut on A&E on May 30th and air for four consecutive nights. Steve’s got his “blue steel” look going on in these photos!
Everyone knows we’re huge fans of Anna Paquin here at Simply Moyer and we’ve no doubt most members of Stevedom are too. But, if for some god-awful reason you’re not (shame on you), you’ll still enjoy watching this video of Anna on Live with Kelly. She visited the ABC set today, May 24th, and talked on a number of subjects including Steve and the toddlers. Enjoy!
It was a big night for both the Emerys and their fans last night as Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer attended the first screening of Anna’s soon to be released mini-series, Roots. This red carpet event took place at Alice Tully Hall in the Lincoln Center on May 23rd. As you may have noticed this is the first official public event that Anna and Steve have attended this year, and they look as handsome as we remember.
The Roots remake will premiere on Memorial Day, May 30th, as an eight hour event over four days.
Watch the trailer for Roots and whet your whistle for this special event.
Thank you to Mack Wilds (Officer Joshua Beck) for our first behind-the-scenes video of Stephen Moyer on the set of Shots Fired. A uniform and a southern accent on a handsome man are not meant to be resisted, so why try. Go ahead and play the video repeatedly … we aren’t counting.
me and my lieutenant, @smoyer.
snapchat: MackWilds pic.twitter.com/UyYGJBMq0s
— Mack™ (@MACKWILDS) May 18, 2016
Thanks to Vulture, we have the ability to share trailers for the most anticipated upcoming shows on the FOX network, which includes Shots Fired! Steve’s character, Officer Calvert Breeland, doesn’t appear until the end of the trailer, but not only is the wait worth it, but this first glimpse of the show will prolly leave you ramped up. I know it did me.