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The Money Run: A CrowdFund Campaign – July 4, 2017

The Money Run

A $20 million helicopter heist in the middle of the Vietnam War. What could possibly go wrong?

Damian’s brother, Gareth Lewis, a screenwriter, director and producer living in London, is developing a screenplay in order to bring this remarkable story to the screen the way it should be.  Flare Pictures, Gareth’s small independent production company in London, is:

raising money early on to create a script in hopes  it will not only attract a stellar cast, but also remain true to the source material and the men who fought in Vietnam.

Damian and his brother last teamed up for The Baker, also known as Assassin in Love and we all know how great the collaboration turned out!   The brothers will collaborate again on The Money Run.  Once the project is greenlit, Gareth will direct and  Damian will star in it. Damian tweeted in support of his brother:

This is your chance to get in on the ground floor for an unforgettable ride.  For more information on how to lend your support for The Money Run, visit Indiegogo.

 

 

For more of an in depth review of the project, visit Fan Fun with Damian Lewis

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Damian Lewis and Helen McCrory Go Hand-in-Hand as They Attend Sir Tom Stoppard’s 80th Birthday Celebrations – July 4, 2017

Damian Lewis and Helen McCrory go hand-in-hand as they attend Sir Tom Stoppard’s 80th birthday celebrations with their children Manon and Gulliver

By Kate Thomas for MailOnline – Daily Mail – 4 July 2017

The crème de la crème the British acting world were celebrating Tom Stoppard’s 80th birthday over the weekend.

And arriving at the lavish bash at the Physic Garden in Chelsea were Damian Lewis and his wife Helen McCrory, who were bringing their young children Manon, 10, and Gulliver, nine, along for the evening.

The artsy family were in high spirits as they prepared to celebrate the legendary playwright and screenwriter’s landmark year.

Party time: Damian Lewis and his wife Helen McCrory brought their young children Manon, 10, and Gulliver, nine, along to playwright Sir Tom Stoppard's 80th birthday bash at the Physic Garden in Chelsea

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Damian was keeping things casual in a bright orange patterned shirt set off with a cream coloured cap.

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Smitten Damian Lewis and Helen McCrory Cuddle Up Together at Serpentine Galleries Summer Party – June 28, 2017

Smitten Damian Lewis and wife of 10 years Helen McCrory put on a loved-up display as they cuddle up together at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party

By Katie Storey For Mailonline – Daily Mail – 28 June 2017

They have been married for over a decade.

And proving they are just as smitten as ever, Damian Lewis and wife Helen McCrory were seen putting on a loved-up display as they attended the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party on Wednesday night.

The couple cuddled up to each other on their arrival to the star-studded bash held in London’s Kensington Gardens.

Smitten: Damian Lewis, 46, and his wife Helen McCrory, 48, put on a loved-up display at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party in London's Kensington Gardens on Wednesday

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Damian, 46, had cut a dapper figure for the evening and was clad in dark jeans and a pale blue checked shirt that he teamed with a complementing grey blazer of the same pattern on top.

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Billions at Split Screens TV Festival at IFC Center NYC – June 12, 2017

Billions at Split Screens TV Festival

by Damianista – Fan Fun with Damian Lewis – June 12, 2017

It is a pleasure to see, in this golden age of television, new TV-focused festivals are popping up around us every year. IFC Center in New York recently launched its Split Screens Festival celebrating the art of television  with a program curated by Matt Zoller Seitz, the editor-in-chief at rogerebert.com as well as critic for New York Magazine and vulture.com. The long-week festival had appearances by stars, producers, directors and show runners of several popular TV shows, including Billions!

Read the rest of the original article at Fan Fun with Damian Lewis