Sunshine and Games
by Roxy Simons and Amanda Cashmere | Daily Mail | July 15, 2018
Damian and Helen stepped out to play a little freestyle game of Frisbee together on Primrose Hill, Sunday, July 15, 2018 in London. The two enjoyed their quality time in the sunshine as they basked in the summer heat.
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Cheering on England Amongst the Crowd
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | July 14, 2018
Sporty summer continues! Damian was in the crowd of 27,967 spectators at Lord’s Cricket Ground watching England face India in the second game of three-match One Day Internationals (ODI) series on Saturday, July 14, 2018 in St. John’s Wood, London. It appears Damian sat in the top tier of the JP Morgan Media Centre which is equipped with radio and television commentary boxes. Watch a little fun jabbing between Damian and the commentator in this video here.
Damian just might be a lucky charm because England won today by 86 runs. It was a slightly subdued finish to the match, with England coming out clear and deserved winners in the end. This win levels the series 1-1, with the decider taking place on Tuesday at Headingley.
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by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | July 13, 2018
Arriving in style at the prestigious sporting event, Damian and Helen attended day eleven of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 13, 2018 in London, England for the men’s singles semi-finals.
They watched the Centre Court from the Royal box with a host of other celebrities such as, Aidan Turner, Jenna Coleman, Michael McIntyre and Tim Peake.
Damian was seen having a chat with Bear Grylls before settling into his seat. Behind Damian and Helen sat Anna Wintour and we even caught a glimpse of Barry Gibb.
Friday’s match line-up:
No. 8 Kevin Anderson (South Africa) vs. No. 9 John Isner (U.S.A) at 8 a.m. ET
No. 2 Rafael Nadal vs. No. 12 Novak Djokovic at 10 a.m. ET, approximately
For more information, please visit Wimbledon’s official website
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We Are Celebrating 12 Years!
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | July 13, 2018
Can you believe it has been 12 years? How amazing is it that a fansite has survived that long? Well it is no surprise to us, as it’s a testament to Damian’s fan base and our not-so-little community that continues to grow every day. Fansites come and go, rarely making it past the average lifespan of four years. But we are different here at damian-lewis.com for three reasons: 1) Damian does not have an official website, 2) we get a little help from him endorsing the website on his social media profile, and 3) YOU.
Here’s our special message with love and gratitude to the fans who launched the website and ran it for years, to our wonderful readers and to Damian for constant inspiration!
Thank you to those who supported and visited us over the years, through the passing of the torch as the site got handed down, from one generation to the next. We cannot express our gratitude enough to all those who poured their hearts and souls into the site these 12 years. Our mission is to preserve their legacy and keep up the good work. This site is our baby!
Not too long ago I was asked if damian-lewis.com was an official website. I answered, “We are twofold. We provide fan-related services but also serve as the primary source for accurate news and information as it relates to Damian, sometimes two steps ahead of major media outlets. So are we official? No. But we sure run the site like it is, without advertisements even!” So I like to say we are somewhere in between. We are the unofficial, yet formally legit website because we have an in-depth knowledge of all things Damian, absolute dedication, unquestionable standards and a substantial social media presence.
If you’re wondering how this fansite came to be, here’s a little bit of our history: damian-lewis.com originated as an off-shoot of the Damian Lewis Yahoo! Group (DLYG), an online fan community that started in September 2001 during the HBO broadcast of Band of Brothers. A few years later a Coppermine gallery was developed to house the group’s expanding collection of images and on July 13, 2006 this fansite launched in order to pull together some of the group’s scattered pages and keep better track of the news and content produced by Damian’s fan community.
So cheers to all of you and thank you for celebrating 12 years with us here at damian-lewis.com. We look forward to many more!
Consistently Great Show That Somehow Remains Off the Emmy Radar
by Mark Dawidziak | Cleveland.com | July 13, 2018
Said it before but this bears repeating, particularly on top of Thursday’s nominations for the 70th annual Emmys: There isn’t an awards system yet conceived on this planet that is not in some ways deeply flawed. I’ve done my time marching in this particular procession. That edict on awards also includes the Television Critics Association Awards, which I’ve been voting for each year since their inception in 1985. Do those awards have their admirable strengths and annoying weaknesses? Indeed, they do.
The same goes for the Emmys, which, year after year, get some things wonderfully right and some things terribly wrong. And nowhere do things go more right and wrong than with the nominations. No question, these nominations embrace some of the highest-quality programming TV had to offer during the 2017-18 season. But did Thursday’s announcement by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences also yield the usual outrageous number of snubs, oversights and omissions? Oh, yeah.
Here we go.
Continue reading What the Emmy Nominations Got Right and Wrong – July 13, 2018