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Billions Season 3 Trailer Released in Australia – Feb 5, 2018

Power Has a New Name

by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | February 5, 2018

Stan Australia released a new Billions season 3 promo, which includes several different scenes than what has been previously released in the United States thus far.

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Super Bowl Match of Billions: Hedge Fund King vs. Sheriff of the Southern District – Feb 4, 2018

The Super Bowl of Billions

by Inside the NFL | Facebook | February 4, 2018

Source: Showtime’s Facebook

It’s Hedge Fund King vs. Sheriff of Southern District.  It’s Goliath vs. Goliath.  It’s Wall Street vs. Law Street. It’s Team Chuck vs. Team Axe. It’s Yale University vs. Hofstra University. Watch the video and get ready for the Big Game with Inside The NFL‘s Phil Simms and Boomer Esiason, and their analysis of the power players of Billions.

Don’t miss all the action in the new season, premiering March 25 on Showtime Networks.

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Richard II of England: Potential for Damian? – Feb 2, 2018

James Ivory, 89, could make Oscar history. Does he have potential work lined up for Damian?

by Jake Coyle | SF Gate | February 2, 2018

L: Richard II of England – R: Damian Lewis

James Ivory didn’t see “Call Me By Your Name” with an audience until the week before he was nominated for its screenplay. But if “Call Me by Your Name,” about the sun-dappled relationship between 17-year-old Elio (Timothee Chalamet) and a visiting grad student (Armie Hammer), radiates with the tumultuous emotions of youth, it’s also composed with the insight of age.

Ivory is 89, and should he win the Oscar for adapting Andre Aciman’s 2007 novel — as Ivory is widely expected to — he’ll become the oldest Oscar winner ever.

For the past several years and after stalled efforts, Ivory still hopes to direct a film version of Shakespeare’s  “Richard II,” with a script penned by Chris Terrio (“Argo,” ”Justice League”) and envisions Tom Hiddleston and Damian Lewis in the feature roles. “A Shakespeare film does not grab the hearts of financiers, I can tell you,” he says. “At the moment I’m very optimistic it will happen.”

Not all that unheard of since according to Damian’s filmography, he voiced Bolingbroke on a Richard II radio broadcast.

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Secondary source: Mail Tribune