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Nikki Sanderson hopes Patrick Blake gets his 'comeuppance'

Nikki Sanderson hopes Patrick Blake will get his ''comeuppance'' in 'Hollyoaks'. The 31-year-old actress, who plays Maxine Minniver in the Channel 4 soap, has revealed she's keeping her fingers crossed that Patrick (Jeremy Sheffield) will finally receive punishment after her character suffered domestic abuse at his hands. She exclusively told Bang Showbiz: ''I'd like to think that he will [get what he deserves]. I don't even know at the moment but I like to think that he will just to show people watching the storyline that there is a way out and life does carry on if you can get out
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Nikki Sanderson got whiplash on set

Nikki Sanderson suffered from whiplash after filming an altercation on the set of 'Hollyoaks'. The 31-year-old actress - who has starred as Maxine Minniver on the Channel 4 soap since November 2012 - has revealed she ''got bruising and whiplash'' while filming scenes with her on screen partner Patrick Blake - played by Jeremy Sheffield - who abuses her. It took the brunette beauty three weeks to recover from the incident although she insists she only has herself to blame. She explained: ''Jeremy is brilliant, we get on very well. We can push the boundaries. I would say, 'Do this harder,
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Patrick Blake to be diagnosed with motor neurone disease

'Hollyoaks' character Patrick Blake is to be diagnosed with motor neurone disease (Mnd). The head teacher, played by actor Jeremy Sheffield, will become the first main character in British soap history to be living with motor neurone disease when the diagnosis of the incurable condition is revealed early next month. Reflecting on the heartbreaking storyline, Jeremy said: ''I'm honoured to have been involved in some of the shows biggest storylines over the last couple of years. I hope Patrick's upcoming journey will captivate people's hearts and minds. ''Patrick recognises his symptoms of Mnd but he is in denial, having seen his father deteriorate
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Samia Ghadie announces she's pregnant

'Hollyoaks' character Patrick Blake is to be diagnosed with motor neurone disease (Mnd). The head teacher, played by actor Jeremy Sheffield, will become the first main character in British soap history to be living with motor neurone disease when the diagnosis of the incurable condition is revealed early next month. Reflecting on the heartbreaking storyline, Jeremy said: ''I'm honoured to have been involved in some of the shows biggest storylines over the last couple of years. I hope Patrick's upcoming journey will captivate people's hearts and minds. ''Patrick recognises his symptoms of Mnd but he is in denial, having seen his father deteriorate
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Briefs: Matthew Mitcham’s “Dumb Blonde,” Heineken’s Pride Campaign, and the Rainbow Belongs To God!

Birthday shoutouts go to Jason Schwartzman (above), who is 34, Chris O’Donnell is 44, Ariana Grande is 21, and Sean Hayes is 44.

Also, two faboo 80′s ladies celebrate birthdays. Terri Nunn is 53?, and Patty Smythe is 57.

Inside George W. Bush’s Closet.

The state of same-sex marriage in the U.S.

The Normal Heart‘s problematic white men.

Heineken Launching #LikeForLove Campaign For Gay Pride Month

We have our Mr. Belding!

Me as "Mr Belding" and the gang! #sbtb #lifetime #mrbelding #goodcastandcrew http://t.co/HEW5sjk2kQ pic.twitter.com/iZMqOJ5Myd

Ken Tremblett (@KenTremblett) June 20, 2014

Tony Winners Neil Patrick Harris and Lena Hall with The Hedwig Band, Director Michael Mayer and Hetrick- Martin CEO Thomas Krever with a $100,000 check donated to The Hetrick- Martin Institute of The Harvey Milk School

Matthew Mitcham covers Dolly Parton

Here’s the latest from ‘I’m From Driftwood”. This is harrowing, but it has a happy ending.
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Briefs: Sarah Jessica Parker Returns To TV, Vaginas Make Anderson Giggle, And Sam Smith Shatters Records

Birthday shoutouts go to Jason Lewis (above), who is 43, Carly Simon is 69, and George Michael is 51.

Sarah Jessica Parker is returning to series TV with a crime thriller pilot based on the non-fiction book Busted: A Tale Of Corruption and Betrayal in the City of Brotherly Love

Gary Oldman Sorry for Defending Anti-Semitism But Not Homophobia

Forget everything you’ve heard about Bryan Singer‘s Hollywood parties

Sam Smith’s In The Lonely Hour Shatters Record With Highest UK Male Debut Sales In History

Anderson is no expert on vaginas.

Here’s the new teaser for Mockingjay, with president Snow and Peeta

Craig Bowen And Jake Miller Become Indiana’s First Gay Couple To Marry. Congrats!

#equality #love pic.twitter.com/k6UJofk1qB

Jake Miller (@_JRMiller) June 25, 2014

And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re going to focus on one out athlete/performer and feature a daily pic and career timeline.
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Briefs: Cristiano Ronaldo Naked, “Teen Wolf” Ratings, And When Chris Colfer Met Hillary Clinton

Birthday shoutouts go to Joe Penny (above), who is 58, Mick Fleetwood is 67, Michele Lee is 72, Solange Knowles is 28, and Mindy Kaling is 35.

In ratings news, True Blood was actually up in its final season opener. Why?

Meanwhile, Teen Wolf returned on par with last season.

I probably should have included Tomas Berdych and his incredible Wimblebum in my hottest men of tennis post (Nsfw!)

Gay Men and the Presidents Who Loved Them

Jimmy Kimmel gives us what we want.

Here’s the new trailer for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Needs more Vanilla Ice

Here’s the trailer for The Last of Robin Hood, with Kevin Kline as Errol Flynn, Dakota Fanning as the underage actress he becomes involved with, and Susan Sarandon as her mother. The trailer also features a glimpse of Bryan Batt.

When Chris Colfer met Hillary Clinton

And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re
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Briefs: Ansel Elgort To Play Van Cliburn, Michael Arden Is Engaged, And Previewing “The Night Shift”

Birthday shoutouts go to Joel Edgerton (above), who is 40, Jason Mraz is 37, Joss Whedon is 50, Selma Blair is 42, and Frances McDormand is 57.

Us student is rescued from giant vagina sculpture in Germany

Ed mentioned Tamar Iveri this morning, and now Opera Australia has officially given her the boot.

Hollywood It Boy Ansel Elgort will play the late pianist Van Cliburn in a new bio-drama. The article makes no mention, but Van was gay, and involved in a palimony suit in the 90′s. I wonder if the movie will get that far.

Congrats to Michael Arden, who instagrammed his engagement announcement. “”Come, woo me, woo me, for now I am in a holiday humour and like enough to consent.” #engaged #andyandmichael”

We’ve been talking all day about the Epic F*ck-up at last night’s Daytime Emmy Awards, with Days of Our Lives airing the wrong clip for Chandler Massey,
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Hollyoaks' Nikki Sanderson hurt in abuse scenes

Hollyoaks' Nikki Sanderson has been injured while filming her character Maxine Minniver's domestic abuse scenes. The 30-year-old actress is currently involved in one of the soap's darkest storylines as her alter-ego remains in an abusive relationship with Patrick Blake (Jeremy Sheffield). However, the brunette beauty admits she's determined to make her character's issues believable, so has allowed her co-star Jeremy to hurt her during filming. She explained: ''It's been great to work with Jeremy. We get on so eel in real life - I trust him completely and it's the same in return, so that means we can push
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Hollyoaks' Patrick, Maxine in new Home Office anti-abuse campaign

Hollyoaks and the UK Home Office have launched a new advert as part of their 'This is Abuse' campaign.

The hard-hitting advert shows Patrick Blake (Jeremy Sheffield) raping his girlfriend Maxine (Nikki Sanderson) after she refuses to give her consent.

The advert was shown on Channel 4 after the 9pm watershed.

A previous advert saw Patrick going through Maxine's phone, before telling her to get changed because she looked 'cheap'.

This new advert aims to show teenagers that sexual abuse and rape can happen while in a relationship.

Crime Prevention Minister Norman Baker said: "Many young people do not understand that rape can, and does happen in relationships.

"We know that 33 per cent of girls and 16 per cent of boys have experienced some form of sexual violence from a boyfriend or girlfriend - this is why early intervention is crucial in order to prevent abuse before it starts.

"Our new
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The Children (2008) Review

Reviewed by Chris Wright, MoreHorror.com

Directed By: Tom Shankland

Written By: Tom Shankland & Paul Andrew Williams

Starring: Hannah Tointon (Casey), Eva Birthistle (Elaine), Stephen Campbell Moore (Jonah) , Eva Sayer (Miranda), William Howes( Paulie), Rachel Shelley (Chloe), Jeremy Sheffield (Robbie), Jake Hathaway (Nicky), Raffiella Brooks (Leah)

Nothing says Christmas horror like spreading Yule tide cheer with some murderous children! I have to admit, there have been a good number of “killer kids” done in horror so I didn’t expect much with this movie seeing as I hadn’t even heard of it until recently. Thankfully, I was proven wrong and loved this movie quite a bit. This British horror film was only given a straight to video release in America despite being given a theatrical release in the UK.

The plot is a small group of family and friends travel to a country home in an isolated snowy region for their Christmas get together.
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Hollyoaks actors star in anti-abuse ads

Nikki Sanderson and Jeremy Sheffield feature in adverts backing Home Office's teenage relationship campaign This is Abuse

Cast members of Hollyoaks are to star in a series of TV ads to promote the government's "This is Abuse" campaign.

Channel 4, which is running the campaign in partnership with the Home Office, will air the first of the two TV ads on Thursday in the centre break of Hollyoaks at 6.45pm.

The 30-second ads feature Hollyoaks actors Nikki Sanderson (Maxine) and Jeremy Sheffield (Patrick), who play out scenes of different types of domestic abuse.

In the first ad, produced by Sassy Films in conjunction with Hollyoaks-makes Lime Pictures, Sanderson is subjected to intimidation tactics by Sheffield.

The ad ends with the strapline: "Abuse in relationships isn't always physical".

"Linking the next phase of the campaign with a central Hollyoaks storyline ... will help ensure our messages continue to resonate with young people,
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'Hollyoaks': Jeremy Sheffield hints at Patrick surprises

'Hollyoaks': Jeremy Sheffield hints at Patrick surprises
Hollyoaks's new recruit Jeremy Sheffield has teased that his character is much more "complex" than he first appears. The former Coronation Street and Holby City actor has signed up for the role of Patrick Blake, who is the biological father of established regular Dodger Savage. Sheffield appeared on Lorraine today (November 14) alongside co-star Nikki Sanderson and hinted that there could be surprises in store involving Patrick.

Pictured: Nikki Sanderson and Jeremy Sheffield on Lorraine. Describing Patrick, he commented: "I can only tell you a certain amount, I don't want to give it all away. He's nice, he's intelligent, successful. Then there's a whole other side to him which I'm not going to tell you, because that's to be revealed." Asked what attracted him to (more)
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'Hollyoaks': Danny Mac teases Dodger's father debut

'Hollyoaks': Danny Mac teases Dodger's father debut
Hollyoaks star Danny Mac has revealed details of Dodger Savage's first meeting with his biological father Patrick Blake. Last month, show bosses announced that former Coronation Street star Jeremy Sheffield had been cast as Patrick for upcoming scenes which see Dodger track down his long-lost dad. When Dodger finally gets Patrick's address in a future episode, he heads off to pay him a visit - bringing along Darren Osborne (Ashley Taylor Dawson) for moral support. Mac told All About Soap: "Darren suggests he goes to visit Patrick and pretend to be gathering information for the census! Dodger's shocked when he first sees Patrick's house - it's huge with expensive cars on the driveway. It's the opposite to the place where Dodger grew up. "As Dodger and Darren arrive at the house, they see a girl who later (more)
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Jeremy Sheffield joins Hollyoaks

Jeremy Sheffield has joined the cast of 'Hollyoaks'. The 'Holby City' actor will take on the role of Patrick Blake - the biological father of Dodger Savage (Danny Mac). After discovering earlier this year that Dirk was not his real father Dodger has been left and confused about his identity, with the shock of finding out his brother and sister are only half-siblings adding to the stress. In November viewers will see Dodger track down his biological father and meeting with Patrick. Jeremy, 46, is excited to take on the challenge, saying: ''I'm very happy to be joining 'Hollyoaks' at a time when
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'Hollyoaks' Dodger Savage to discover twin sister

'Hollyoaks' Dodger Savage to discover twin sister
Hollyoaks regular Dodger Savage is to discover that he has a twin sister in a shock storyline twist, Digital Spy can exclusively reveal. Actress Emily Lawrance has been cast in the role of Sienna, the twin sibling Dodger never knew he had. Dodger (Danny Mac) learns of Sienna's existence when he finally manages to track down his biological father Patrick Blake, played by former Coronation Street star Jeremy Sheffield.

Pictured: Emily Lawrance and Jeremy Sheffield on the Hollyoaks set. The cheeky ladies' man is left stunned by his latest life-changing discovery, while Sienna has been tipped to cause mayhem when she makes her arrival in (more)
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'Hollyoaks': Jeremy Sheffield cast as Dodger's real father

'Hollyoaks': Jeremy Sheffield cast as Dodger's real father
Former Holby City and Coronation Street star Jeremy Sheffield has been cast in Hollyoaks. The actor has signed up for the part of Dodger Savage's biological father Patrick Blake, who will make his first appearance on screen in a few weeks' time. While firm details of Patrick's first scenes have yet to be revealed, it's sure to be an emotional moment for Dodger as he comes face-to-face with his long-lost dad. Dodger's world was rocked in the summer when he learned that wheeler-dealer Dirk (David Kennedy) is not his real father. He initially kept his discovery to himself, but later lost his temper with Dirk for hiding the truth from him - and the pair's relationship has since been strained. Sheffield had a short stint in Weatherfield last December and January as he took on the part of charmer Danny Stratton for Becky McDonald's (more)
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Dani Harmer unsure about Strictly success

Jeremy Sheffield has joined the cast of 'Hollyoaks'. The 'Holby City' actor will take on the role of Patrick Blake - the biological father of Dodger Savage (Danny Mac). After discovering earlier this year that Dirk was not his real father Dodger has been left and confused about his identity, with the shock of finding out his brother and sister are only half-siblings adding to the stress. In November viewers will see Dodger track down his biological father and meeting with Patrick. Jeremy, 46, is excited to take on the challenge, saying: ''I'm very happy to be joining 'Hollyoaks' at a time when
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Many gay actors still fear coming out will damage their careers

Actors' union Equity enlists famous names, including Antony Sher, to support gay actors who choose to be open

When Antony Sher started acting with the pioneering Gay Sweatshop theatre company in the 70s, he managed to stay in the closet. "I look back and blush," he said. "We all agreed to do it on the basis that it was stated that not all the performers were gay so you didn't know who was and who wasn't.

"Then, in the mid-80s, when I did the British premiere of Harvey Fierstein's Torch Song Trilogy, I still wasn't out. I was doing press interviews about this great gay play that I felt so strongly about for a specific reason and I wasn't saying it – it was an astonishing waste of energy. But that's the kind of tangle you get into if you're not out."

Sher finally came out in 1990, inspired by
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Many gay actors still fear coming out will damage their careers

Actors' union Equity enlists famous names, including Antony Sher, to support gay actors who choose to be open

When Antony Sher started acting with the pioneering Gay Sweatshop theatre company in the 70s, he managed to stay in the closet. "I look back and blush," he said. "We all agreed to do it on the basis that it was stated that not all the performers were gay so you didn't know who was and who wasn't.

"Then, in the mid-80s, when I did the British premiere of Harvey Fierstein's Torch Song Trilogy, I still wasn't out. I was doing press interviews about this great gay play that I felt so strongly about for a specific reason and I wasn't saying it – it was an astonishing waste of energy. But that's the kind of tangle you get into if you're not out."

Sher finally came out in 1990, inspired by
See full article at The Guardian - Film News »
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