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  • Do a good deed for Damian!
    In honor of Damian Lewis’s February 11th birthday fans are asked to perform an act of kindness in January or February (something special and extra) on his behalf. This can be a donation of time or money to a worthy cause or just being there to help someone in need – anything you’d like to do would be great.

    Damian is an ambassador for the (non-denominational) Christian Aid organization and a special opportunity has been created for anyone who would like to support this charity in his honor. Just make an online donation in any amount (US$, €, or GB£) and write “Damian Lewis fan club donation” on the first line of the billing address so that Christian Aid can send a card to Damian Lewis to inform him of the donations made by his supporters. Click on the links below for more information:
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  • Update on The Situation:
    » Keep checking the film’s official site, per Shadow Distribution it will be continually updated as new playdates and theaters are confirmed.
    » The region 1 (North American) DVD will be released by New Video/Docurama but the release date is not yet available.

    » Plans for releasing The Situation outside the US are still unknown but Beyond International holds the international distribution rights.
    » Connie Nielsen, Damian’s co-star in the film, is scheduled to appear on the US CBS channel on January 29th as a guest on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson – possibly to promote The Situation.
  • Keane news!
    » This is London’s 4 star review of the recently released UK DVD says “…Damian Lewis is upsettingly superb as William Keane” and “…A hard watch – but worth it.”
    » Comments about the film posted by a viewer state “…Damian Lewis is superb as William Keane… The film is him and he is the film…”
    » If you’ve seen Keane please remember to vote for the film and share your comments on IMDb.
  • The Academy Award (Oscar) nominations were announced today and Helen Mirren’s acclaimed film The Queen featuring Helen McCrory as Cherie Blair received 6 nominations: best film,
    actress in leading role, direction, original screenplay, original
    score, and costume design.