EXCLUSIVE: Home and Away’s Anne Sherman has been causing havoc in Summer Bay, holding Felicity Newman hostage after stalking Tane Parata – but her downfall is approaching
Things are about to get hot in Summer Bay on Home and Away next week, when Anne Sherman kidnaps Felicity Newman – but one actress has hinted that it isn’t the end for the soap villain just yet.
Anne may be captured after her nefarious plot is foiled next week, but Cash Newman actor Nicholas Cartwright cautioned in an exclusive interview with Daily Star that she could be back.
With Felicity on the run for stalking Tane Perata, her brother Cash is desperate to figure out what’s going on – especially after finding medications in her van that were used to sedate Tane.
Cash and Ari race to find Felicity before it’s too late, as Anne prepares to spray burning insecticides on her scared victims.
Tane is curious as to what has enraged Anne, but she is furious to learn that he has forgotten who she is despite the fact that she has seen him escort a number other ladies home from the club.
After being forced to write a goodbye note to Cash, Felicity stabs Anne in the leg with a pen, prompting Anne to respond by tasering her unconscious.
She has no idea, however, that Ari and Cash have arrived to the rescue, breaking through the door and tackling her to the ground just in time.
Can Felicity, on the other hand, ever forgive her brother for doubting her innocence?
In an exclusive interview with the Daily Star, actor Nicholas Cartwright revealed some details about the epic storyline’s future, and it doesn’t appear like Anne’s fate is sealed.
“If Anne – who is played by the really lovely Megan Smart – could return, I would want to see her return on a helicopter and take the Bay by storm,” he said.
“I’d like to see Anne’s retaliation, and I’d like them to make it extremely spectacular because Megan Smart was an amazing boss when she first came in to work with us, and we all loved her!”
“I think if they’re going to bring her back, they should go all out,” the celebrity continued.
And how will Cash deal with the consequences of his sister’s betrayal?
Nicholas clarified: “I think old pal Cash will be disappointed with himself for a long time over this one, because he got it wrong in the end.
“He chose to err on the side of caution, and he made a mistake by not supporting his sister. So I believe it will weigh heavily on him, especially since he is well aware of how much this would harm Felicity.
“Cash has been trying not to injure her and keep her safe since he arrived in the Bay, and now he’s the one who’s truly hurt her. That’s a terrible realization to come to, that all of his efforts have just made things worse.”
“I think Cash realizes it’ll have to be fixed over time,” Nicholas continued. Felicity will go through a period of mourning, may become enraged and reject him for a time, but he knows that if he simply sits around long enough, she will come around.”
Filming the action scenes in the cabin was one of the pleasures of the actor’s Home and Away career thus far, as he exclaimed: “It was my favorite day.” My favorite thing to do is shoot action scenes because it’s so much fun.
“It’s a big day, it’s hard, and it’s not as thrilling as you imagine – it’s a lengthy, meticulous process that necessitates a lot of discipline and the ability to stand around for a long time and then perform for ten seconds when needed.”
“It’s one of those days where the crew, in particular, rises to the occasion and pulls off an incredible feat.” We’re there to perform, so it’s the same for us, but the show they put on is incredible.
“The writers should throw as much action at me as they can!”