So this past weekend i went to watch Fighting with my Family, which is The Rock and Stephen Merchants‘ film based around the life of WWE Superstar Paige (Saraya Knight) and the Knight family based out of Norwich, England.

The main actors that are in the film are Florence Pugh, Nick Frost, Lena Heady who play the main roles of Paige, Ricky and Sweet Saraya which brought light and a true British grit to the movie, as there are plenty of times American people play British roles and that makes the film feel realistic and truly english, especially with the biggest American film star within the last 10 years The Rock rounding things out nicely.

With being a WWE Fan and knowing about the Knight family for the past 10/15 years and the amazing power that they have in the UK Wrestling scene its quite extraordinary, plus knowing of Britani Knight and her work on the UK Wrestling scene before her amazing jump to WWE made me feel super proud that there has been a film made about her come up and i feel personally her WWE career has still some amazing turns to make even though she is retired.

As said with being a WWE Fan i spotted a few plot holes that i didn’t understand and there was an inside joke that Vince Vaughn who played the role of the NXT trainer was called ‘Sex Tape’ which was clearly an inside dig that Paige has had some personal videos leak in the past that caused her emotional distress, so i don’t know why that was in the film.

Overall if we are giving it a 9/10 and I hope that Saraya (Paige) was truly happy with the turn out of the film, as that is the only thing that matters.


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Here, we presents the full list of nominations for the Inside Soap Awards 2019:

Rob Mallard (Daniel Osbourne, Coronation Street)
Mikey North (Gary Windass, Coronation Street)
Jack P. Shepherd (David Platt, Coronation Street)
Danny Dyer (Mick Carter, EastEnders)
Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell, EastEnders)
Zack Morris (Keegan Baker, EastEnders)
Mark Charnock (Marlon Dingle, Emmerdale)
Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle, Emmerdale)
Matthew Wolfenden (David Metcalfe, Emmerdale)
Rishi Nair (Sami Maalik, Hollyoaks)
Kieron Richardson (Ste Hay, Hollyoaks)
Adam Woodward (Brody Hudson, Hollyoaks)

Alison King (Carla Connor, Coronation Street)
Katie McGlynn (Sinead Tinker, Coronation Street)
Tina O’Brien(Sarah Platt, Coronation Street)
Louisa Lytton (Ruby Allen, EastEnders)
Lorraine Stanley (Karen Taylor, EastEnders)
Gillian Wright (Jean Slater, EastEnders)
Isabel Hodgins (Victoria Barton, Emmerdale)
Lucy Pargeter (Chas Dingle, Emmerdale)
Roxy Shahidi (Leyla Harding, Emmerdale)
Stephanie Davis (Sinead Shelby, Hollyoaks)
Jessica Fox (Nancy Osborne, Hollyoaks)
Harvey Virdi (Misbah Maalik, Hollyoaks)

Mikey North (Gary Windass, Coronation Street)
Ben Price (Nick Tilsley, Coronation Street)
Max Bowden (Ben Mitchell, EastEnders)
Ricky Champ (Stuart Highway, EastEnders)
Dean Andrews (Will Taylor, Emmerdale)
Andrew Scarborough (Graham Foster, Emmerdale)
Jude Monk McGowan (Liam Donovan, Hollyoaks)
Kyle Pryor (Laurie Shelby, Hollyoaks)

Sally Ann Matthews (Natalie Watkins, Coronation Street)
Katherine Pearce (Lolly, Coronation Street)
Tanya Franks (Rainie Branning, EastEnders)
Tamzin Outhwaite (Melanie Owen, EastEnders)
Louisa Clein (Maya Stepney, Emmerdale)
Claire King (Kim Tate, Emmerdale)
Moya Brady (Breda McQueen, Hollyoaks)
Jennifer Metcalfe (Mercedes McQueen, Hollyoaks)

Joe Duttine (Tim Metcalfe, Coronation Street)
Andrew Whyment (Kirk Sutherland, Coronation Street)
Danny Dyer (Mick Carter, EastEnders)
Nitin Ganatra (Masood Ahmed, EastEnders)
Paddy Kirk (Paddy Kirk, Emmerdale)
Nick Miles (Jimmy King, Emmerdale)
Luke Jerdy (Jesse Donovan, Hollyoaks)
Ashley Taylor Dawson (Darren Osborne, Hollyoaks)

Patti Clare (Mary Cole, Coronation Street)
Maureen Lipman (Evelyn Plummer, Coronation Street)
Tameka Empson (Kim Fox-Hubbard, EastEnders)
Lorraine Stanley (Karen Taylor, EastEnders)
Sally Dexter (Faith Dingle, Emmerdale)
Samantha Giles (Bernice Blackstock, Emmerdale)
Lysette Anthony (Marnie Nightingale, Hollyoaks)
Chelsee Healey (Goldie McQueen, Hollyoaks)

BEST NEWCOMER (First appearance on or after July 24, 2018)
Maureen Lipman (Evelyn Plummer, Coronation Street)
Ruxandra Porojnicu (Alina Pop, Coronation Street)
Max Bowden (Ben Mitchell, EastEnders)
Jessica Plummer (Chantelle Atkins, EastEnders)
Jurell Carter (Nate Robinson, Emmerdale)
Asan N’Jie (Ellis Chapman, Emmerdale)
Niamh Blackshaw (Juliet Quinn, Hollyoaks)
Jude Monk McGowan (Liam Donovan, Hollyoaks)

BEST YOUNG ACTOR (Aged 18 or under on July 1, 2019)
Kyran Bowes (Jack Webster, Coronation Street)
Elle Mulvaney (Amy Barlow, Coronation Street)
Kara-Leah Fernandes (Bailey Baker, EastEnders)
Bleu Landau (Dennis Rickman, EastEnders)
Amelia Flanagan (April Windsor, Emmerdale)
Joe-Warren Plant (Jacob Gallagher, Emmerdale)
Aedan Duckworth (Ollie Morgan, Hollyoaks)
Talia Grant (Brooke Hathaway, Hollyoaks)

BEST PARTNERSHIP (Awarded to either a romantic pairing or on-screen double act)
Sally Dynevor and Joe Duttine (Sally and Tim Metcalfe, Coronation Street)
Alison King and Chris Gascoyne (Carla Connor andPeter Barlow, Coronation Street)
Kellie Bright and Danny Dyer (Linda and Mick Carter, EastEnders)
Kara-Leah Fernandes and Roger Griffiths (Bailey andMitch Baker, EastEnders)
Emma Atkins and Michelle Hardwick (Charity Dingle and Vanessa Woodfield, Emmerdale)
Lucy Pargeter and Dominic Brunt (Chas Dingle and Paddy Kirk, Emmerdale)
Anna Passey and Adam Woodward (Sienna Blake and Brody Hudson, Hollyoaks)
Lysette Anthony and Niamh Blackshaw (Marnie Nightingale and Juliet Quinn, Hollyoaks)

BEST SHOW-STOPPER (Awarded to a specific scene or episode that had the audience gripped)
Carla’s mental health episode (Coronation Street)
The factory collapse (Coronation Street)
The consent episode (EastEnders)
Sean’s story (EastEnders)
Tracy, Leyla and Priya kidnap Maya (Emmerdale)
Victoria’s rape (Emmerdale)
Russ murdered on his wedding day (Hollyoaks)
The diversity episode and Mandy’s choice (Hollyoaks)

BEST SHOCK TWIST (Awarded to a plot reveal or revelation that had the audience gasping)
Gary is the factory killer! (Coronation Street)
Gemma and Chesney’s quads! (Coronation Street)
Linda double-crosses Stuart! (EastEnders)
Lust for Callum and Ben! (EastEnders)
Flashbacks to the Big Night Out! (Emmerdale)
Joe Tate ‘dies’!(Emmerdale)
Breda is a serial killer! (Hollyoaks)
Cleo’s wedding day heart attack! (Hollyoaks)

Nigel Havers (Lewis Archer, Coronation Street)
Bhavna Limbachia (Rana Connor, Coronation Street)
Bonnie Langford (Carmel Kazemi, EastEnders)
Sean Mahon (Ray Kelly, EastEnders)
Jane Cox (Lisa Dingle, Emmerdale)
Ned Porteous (Joe Tate, Emmerdale)
Karl Collins (Louis Loveday, Hollyoaks)
Lauren McQueen (Lily McQueen, Hollyoaks)

Amanda Mealing (Connie Beauchamp, Casualty)
Cathy Shipton (Lisa ‘Duffy’ Duffin, Casualty)
Michael Stevenson (Iain Dean, Casualty)
Charles Venn (Jacob Masters, Casualty)
David Ames (Dominic Copeland, Holby City)
Bob Barrett (Sacha Levy, Holby City)
Rosie Marcel (Jac Naylor, Holby City)
Dawn Steele (Ange Godard, Holby City)

Connie’s PTSD (Casualty)
Duffy’s dementia (Casualty)
Iain’s depression (Casualty)
Dom finds out that Ange is his birth mother (Holby City)
Sacha’s depression (Holby City)
The Holby cyber-attack (Holby City)

Home and Away

Matthew Chambers (Daniel Granger, Doctors)
Ian Midlane(Al Haskey, Doctors)
Sarah Moyle(Valerie Pitman, Doctors)
Bharti Patel (Ruhma Carter, Doctors)
Sophie Dillman(Ziggy Astoni, Home and Away)
Ray Meagher (Alf Stewart, Home and Away)
Lukas Radovich(Ryder Jackson, Home and Away)
Emily Symons (Marilyn Chambers, Home and Away)
Jodi Anasta (Elly Brennan, Neighbours)
Rob Mills (Finn Kelly, Neighbours)
Ryan Moloney (Jarrod ‘Toadfish’ Rebecchi, Neighbours)
April Rose Pengilly (Chloe Brennan, Neighbours)

Coronation Street

Voting will open on the Inside Soap official website today (July 2) at 11am and then closes at 11am on Tuesday, August 27.

All of this year’s winners will be announced on Monday, October 7 at the annual Inside Soap Awards event in central London.


While Blue Planet and its follow up series continue to delight and astound viewers around the world with the depth and scope to which the team behind it delve into the many wonders of our oceans, the experience of seeing the music that accompanies the programme, scored by Hans Zimmer, Jasha Klebe, and David Fleming, performed live with a full orchestra is something else entirely – but just as breathtaking.

The performance began with the orchestra, led by conductor Matthew Freeman, diving straight into the opening music, the skill and precision of the performance itself causing both smiles and goosebumps to appear on a vast majority of the audience (or certainly those I could see).

Host for the evening Anita Rani was both efficient and enthusiastic as she introduced each section of the show, herself and Freeman working almost fluidly in their partnership, while the visuals which accompanied each segment were as stunning as the music performed during it – the wonders of the oceans around us displayed in captivating detail on a giant 200 square metre screen.

It was not at all hard to feel as if, while the show progressed, that you’d been transported to another world of sorts – the younger members of the audience in particular seemed utterly awed by the sights and sounds they were being introduced to.

Highlights of the evening, in terms of the footage shown to the mesmerized audience, were the hundreds of dolphins surfing on waves and puffins feeding their young, but every scene and every sound brought home the most important sight and message of all – that we need to and must protect our oceans.

A night of awe inspiring sights and sounds left the audience within the Arena spellbound from start to finish and as the show reached its climax, the orchestra falling silent for the final time, the applause directed to Freeman, his musicians and host Rani echoed throughout the venue with many present standing to applaud what had been a truly spectacular night.