Damian Lewis Attends ‘Loving Vincent’ Premiere
Damian Lewis was back in London to attend the Loving Vincent UK Premiere at the National Gallery.
by Julia Pritchard for MailOnline – Daily Mail – October 9, 2017
Damian Lewis at Loving Vincent Premiere, Getty
The film, Loving Vincent is presented as part of the BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express®, which runs from 4–15 October 2017; bringing the world’s best new films to venues across London.
Starring Helen McCrory, the film encapsulates the life and troubling myths surrounding the controversial death of Vincent van Gogh as told by his paintings and by the characters that inhabit them.
Helen was joined by her co-stars and husband Damian Lewis at the screening in London.
Letting Helen steal the show on her big night, Damian then posed separately from his wife later on, in a smart spotted shirt and navy blazer.
Finishing the look with slick leather loafers, Damian appeared in good spirits as he beamed widely for cameras before joining his wife inside for the screening.
Loving Vincent will be in cinemas 13 October 2017. For more information, please visit the Loving Vincent UK premiere announcement and see our updated gallery.
There’s something familiar about Vincent…
Source: Loving Vincent Film & Getty
Continue reading Damian Lewis Attends ‘Loving Vincent’ Premiere – Oct 9, 2017
Who’s the Best Drama Actor Emmy Winner This Decade? [Poll]
By Kevin Jacobsen – Gold Derby – October 4, 2017
The Best Drama Actor category at the Emmys has gone to many deserving men since 2010. After a decade of multiple victories for actors like James Gandolfini (“The Sopranos”), James Spader (“The Practice”/”Boston Legal”) and Bryan Cranston (“Breaking Bad”), the 2010s have thus far featured refreshing turnover, with only one repeat win in eight years. The decade began with Cranston accepting his third consecutive trophy for playing Walter White in “Breaking Bad.” That streak was broken when Kyle Chandler picked up his Emmy for playing Coach Eric Taylor in the final season of “Friday Night Lights.”
Damian Lewis in Homeland – Source: Showtime
“Homeland” fever struck in 2012 as Damian Lewis won his Emmy for playing corrupt soldier Nicholas Brody on the Showtime drama. 2013 was a shocking year with buzz split between Lewis and splashy newcomer Kevin Spacey for the first season of “House of Cards.” The award went to neither — instead, Jeff Daniels surprised for his role as Will McAvoy in “The Newsroom.” 2014 was another competitive year, with Cranston taking on the men of “True Detective,” but Cranston pulled off one last victory for his iconic performance. After seven years of being the bridesmaid, Jon Hamm finally won in 2015 for his equally iconic role as Don Draper in “Mad Men.” In 2016, Rami Malek won for playing troubled hacker Elliot Anderson in “Mr. Robot.” Sterling K. Brown then prevailed this year for his emotional performance as Randall Pearson in “This Is Us.”
Continue reading Vote for Damian Lewis – Who’s the Best Drama Actor Emmy Winner This Decade? – Oct 4, 2017
A Toast to the Greatest Cop Show Time Forgot
by Karen Han – The Daily Beast – September 30, 2017
Happy 10th, ‘Life’
On its tenth anniversary, it only seems fair to give ‘Life’ another day in court.
Damian Lewis as Charlie Crews in Life – Source: NBC & Daily Beast
Life is a difficult name to live up to. There’s the board game, there’s the cereal, there’s the thing itself—and then there’s the TV show. The series, created by Rand Ravich, ran for two seasons and a total of 32 episodes from September 2007 to April 2009. Over the course of its run, it didn’t quite seem to gain any real traction; much of what was said about it was less original observation and more comparison to other shows, specifically Monk and House, which also followed a procedural structure and featured a straight man/weird man routine. Unfortunately, Life hasn’t fared much better in the decade that’s passed since the pilot. The only context in which it’s been mentioned has—in a stroke of irony—been in reference to its generic name. But even just a quick survey of the show will make it clear that Life is far from generic.
The show centered on Charlie Crews (Damian Lewis), a detective recently reinstated after serving 12 years out of a life sentence for a triple murder he didn’t commit. He was partnered with Dani Reese (Sarah Shahi), a recovering alcoholic and drug addict working her way back into the good graces of the department. While the show followed the typical “cop show” template of solving a murder each week, it also set up a larger arc: that of Crews’ solo investigation into who’d actually committed the triple murder, and why he’d been set up to take the fall.
Continue reading A Toast to the Greatest Cop Show Time Forgot – Sept 30, 2017
He’s Found His Calling: Damian Lewis Films Intense Confrontation with Maggie Siff for Series Three of Billions Before Quickly Checking His Phone During Break
by Jabeen Waheed for MailOnline – DailyMail – September 28, 2017
He has won critical acclaim for his role as the ambitious hedge-fund king Bobby Axelrod on Sky Atlantic’s Billions.
And Damian Lewis proved that filming for series 3 of the hit show was well underway, as he shot scenes with Maggie Siff in New York.
Resuming: Damian Lewis, 46, proved that filming for series 3 of Billions was well underway, as he shot scenes with Maggie Siff, 43, in New York on Wednesday – Source: GC Images
The 46-year-old British actor looked handsome in a casual ensemble as he filmed an intense conversation with the American beauty, 43, before he checked his phone during a quick break.
Damian looked suave in his navy button down shirt and skinny black wash jeans as he embarked on the shoot in the Big Apple.
Catching up: Damian was spotted checking his phone during a quick break – Source: GC Images
He was joined by Maggie, who looked chic in an all-black ensemble, as they filmed an explosive confrontation.
Continue reading He’s Found His Calling: Damian Lewis Films Intense Confrontation with Maggie Siff for Series Three of Billions – Sept 28, 2017
Now Out on DVD/Blu-ray: Queen of the Desert Featuring a Familiar ‘Ginger Prince’
Source: Queen of the Desert film
Queen and Prince. See what I did there?
If you missed Queen of the Desert during its limited run in movie theaters, featuring a familiar ‘Ginger Prince’ we all know and adore, you can now own it on DVD and Blu-ray beginning September 26, 2017. You can purchase it from Amazon, Best Buy and other online sources. It has been available for streaming since April 14, 2017 from both Amazon Video and iTunes.
The Ginger Prince and Queen – Source: Queen of the Desert film
Originally released in 2015, Queen of the Desert is a biopic chronicling the adventures of the pioneer Gertrude Bell, played by Nicole Kidman, who was an influential diplomat and intelligence agent serving the United Kingdom in the Middle East. Our main man Damian Lewis plays Bell’s paramour, Lt. Col. Charles Doughty-Wylie.
Nicole Kidman and Damian Lewis – Source: Queen of the Desert film
Continue reading Now Out on DVD/Blu-ray: Queen of the Desert Featuring a Familiar ‘Ginger Prince’ – Sept 26, 2017