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Video of Stephen Moyer on the Location Set of True Blood

Earlier this week, we published some photos of Stephen Moyer on the location set of True Blood Season 5. Below is a video of Stephen as he crosses the street after lunch while speaking with True Blood writer/producer, Brian Buckner.

The location shoot was in Hancock Park, a section of Los Angeles, where they film scenes that take place at the Bellefleur house.

 

 

 

 

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Happy Billsbabes Day 2012 !!!!! $1873 raised already !!!


Happy Billsbabes Day to all Billsbabes and Moyerists !!!

Saturday April 28 is the day where Stephen Moyer fans come into action to raise funds for the Stephen Moyer Kids Theatre Fund.

Jayne and her husband Gregory have arrived at Brentwood Theatre with over 130 cookies to sell that Jayne spent the whole of yesterday baking. Natalie aka AphroditeMF will help selling Zuzana’s angel pendants.

 

 

Natalie and Jayne
Natalie and Jayne

 

In the Bid N Buy Charity Shop the following wonderful items are for sale or auction:

- Bookmarks by Alaitz (fixed price)
- Pillow cases by Zuzana (fixed price ONLY 3 PIECES LEFT)
- Chibi Bill and Sookie necklaces by Alysse (auction)

Check out all these wonderful items in our Bid N Buy Charity Shop.
http://www.trueblood-online.com/bidnbuy

Tonight we will start a special auction on eBay of plush dolls and signed photos.

 

When we started Billsbabes Day 2012 we set the goal to raise $2000 for the Stephen Moyer Kids Theatre Fund of Brentwood theatre. We are so proud and grateful to all who have participated that the goal has almost been reached.

Make your donation to the Stephen Moyer Kids Theatre Fund

You can make a direct donation to the Stephen Moyer Kids Theatre Fund using the below PayPal button that was provided by Mark Reed, administrator of Brentwood Theatre.

 


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Bill and Sookie Necklaces on auction for Billsbabes Day 2012

On the day before Billsbabes Day 2012 a special auction starts on the Bid N Buy Charity Shop.

Allyse aka Spaztazm is a huge True Blood fan who has graciously donated 2 handmade necklaces for the Stephen Moyer Kids Theatre Fund. This 24 year old mother from the USA has worked with polymer clay for over 10 years and has been selling her creations from her Etsy Shop for several years.  Visit the Etsy Shop here.

Especially for Billsbabes Day 2012 Allyse has created 2 unique necklaces featuring Bill in his punk outfit and Sookie in her Lou Pines’ outfit. The necklaces will be sold as a set.

100% of the proceeds will be donated to Brentwood Theatre.

Check out the listing on our Bid N Buy Charity Shop for more information.
http://www.trueblood-online.com/bidnbuy

 

Check out the listing on our Bid N Buy Charity Shop for more information.
http://www.trueblood-online.com/bidnbuy

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More Custom made Bill inspired pillows on sale for Billsbabes Day

In support of tomorrow’s Billsbabes Day, Zuzana has added more custom made pillow cases to the Bid N Buy Charity Shop.

The new pillow cases have the following text printed on them:

- I can smell the sunlight on your skin
and
- We are all kept alive by magic, my magic is just a little different than yours

 

The pillow cases sell for $15 and ship world-wide. But hurry because the supply is limited.

Check out the listings on our Bid N Buy Charity Shop for more information. http://www.trueblood-online.com/bidnbuy.

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Darren Bousman says The Barrens is about Stephen Moyer’s character’s decent into madness

The director of The Barrens, Darren Lynn Bousman, revealed a little bit about his Jersey Devil to iamrogue.com.

Is your new movie, The Barrens, going to be a monster flick in which we will actually get to see a monster?

Bousman: I’m excited for The Barrens and yes and no. Yes it is a monster flick and yes you do get to see the monster, but it’s more like The Shining than anything else. I wanted to make a monster movie where the monster was secondary to the human drama that was going on it. Yes, you absolutely see the monster in it but it’s more about Stephen Moyer’s character’s decent into madness.

Is that monster going to be CGI or practical or a mix?

Bousman: All Practical. The coolest experience in moviemaking is when the things are right there. When you go back and look at movies like Labyrinth and The Dark Crystal, it’s so much more magical than when you see Harry Potter. I love Harry Potter, I enjoyed the films a lot but when you’re seeing the massive CG things and the majority of the fantasy movies now are CG, there’s just something that’s not as real as when you’re sitting there looking at the Dark Crystal and you’re seeing these weird, crazy puppet creatures. So I wanted to have a realistic monster that the actors could actually act off of. So whenever you see the monster with Stephen Moyer or anyone else, it’s really them.

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