- Damian and Helen attended the ‘The London Party’ at Soho House in LA on Thursday. Click here at the gallery for pictures and here for a brief write-up from Hello! magazine about the event.
- Click here for a review of The Situation from Stylus Magazine.com.
- The Yorkshire Post has an article about Confessions of a Diary Secretary.
- Fountain of Life Productions has updated their website with new info on Love and Virtue.
- Band of Brothers will be broadcasting Fridays at 10:25 PM on the Dutch channel Net 5! Thanks to Suz in Holland!
- Yay, more baby pics! Click here to see untagged photos of Damian, Helen, and little Manon! Thanks to Dryope and her Currahee! gallery!
- Click here to see the updated Australian tv listings for the month of March. Thanks to Jen!
- PBS has a new site for The Best of Masterpiece Theatre which features Damian Lewis. The executive producer of the program has some nice things to say of Damian:
“…Damian Lewis was another great interview. People know him best as
Soames in The Forsyte Saga. Soames is a very stiff, determined, harsh
and rather insular character. But Damian Lewis is a lovely man. He
had just had a new baby come into his life a few weeks earlier — and
he had that new father glow. Damian has a new series coming up next
season on NBC…”
The program will broadcast on most PBS stations
around March 4th – check your local listings!
- Click here for Intandem’s Love and Virtue production page. Intandem appears to hold the film’s international sales rights and it lists the film as being in pre-production.
- According to an article in Variety the title of the pilot Damian is starring in has changed from Life to Set for Life. The pilot is scheduled to film in LA through March 12.
- The Manchester Evening News has a new article on Confessions Of A Diary Secretary (no mention of Damian’s cameo).
- There’s a racy new music video posted by MicOrMik at Youtube featuring Damian in scenes from Keane. Scenes used include one where Damian’s character is snorting coke
and one where he’s having anonymous sex in disco bathroom!
- The February 24, 2007 issue of Radio Times includes a story about “TV’s Top 10 Versatile Actors”; thanks to Hazel for sharing their comments about Damian Lewis:
“The flame haired old Etonian might seem ready made for parts as splendid chaps with stiff upper lips and, indeed he has appeared in uniform several times, but on every occasion he’s confounded the stereotype. After a spot as a soldier in Warriors he was cast by Steven Spielberg as Major Richard Winters in Band of Brothers and he carried the piece. He then turned antihero, fronting the remake of the Forsyte Sage as the dastardly Soames, before segueing straight into a satirical Jeffrey Archer. Since then he’s escaped from Colditz, played Tony Blair, guest hosted Have I got News for You and done both Poliakoff and Shakespeare”.
- Click here to access ITV’s home page for Confessions of a Diary Secretary featuring Damian Lewis as Prime Minister Tony Blair. The program will air in the UK on February 28th.
- Click here for information about Theo Green, the composer of the musical score for the The Escapist. Click here for background information (from the 2003-04 Script Factory Writers’ Group) about director Rupert Wyatt. He is a Picture Farm business partner of Damian and Gareth Lewis and he is currently directing Damian in the film.
- Connie reminded us to vote (by clicking on the “Up” arrows) at the Mancrush site for:
- Thanks to Ann for sharing the link to ITV’s page (and video clip) for Confessions of a Diary Secretary (Damian’s portrayal of Prime Minister Tony Blair is not included in the clip) and also the Radio Times listing for the UK broadcast on February 28th.
- This article about Dr. William Schimmel – a musician who performs on the soundtrack for The Baker – states that the film is “due for release in May”. [KathyV]
- Click here for a video clip featuring Sean Penn and Director Philip Haas discussing yesterday’s California Film Institute screening of The Situation starring Damian Lewis.
- Composer Alex Wurman’s web site now offers three intriguing and delightful audioclips from the soundtrack of The Baker starring Damian Lewis, written and directed by Gareth Lewis, and produced by Damian Lewis, Adrian Sturges, Daniel Shepherd, and Justin Williams: