- Update on The Escapist!
» Click here for a video clip of Brian Cox, Stephen Mackintosh, and Dominic Cooper on the red carpet at last night’s UK premiere of The Escapist held to benefit Diabetes UK.
» Click here and here for articles about the film and the premiere.
» Residents of the UK and Ireland can download the Paul O’Grady Show with guests Brian Cox and Dominic Cooper discussing The Escapist.
- Life News!
» Alex Strachan of CanWest says of Life:
“As hard-luck but hard-driving homicide detective Charlie Crews in the heartfelt, deeply textured character drama Life (Showcase, 10 p.m.), Damian Lewis is both easy to relate to and hard to understand. Life is a wonderful series, a prime example of how network television can take a tired, shopworn genre – the cop show – and reinvent it as a probing portrait of what it means to be a man in a sometimes cruel world. It’s unafraid to be subtle, and equally unafraid to pack an emotional punch…”
» Movie Net News included Life in their discussion of “Freshman drama series in Emmy contention.”
» Detective Charlie Crews once said that he wanted to be reincarnated as a “Giant Flemish Rabbit” so IrenaK created this adorable ”15 lbs of Pure Bunny” icon! Click here to view a clip of the “big bunny” scene from Dig a Hole (episode 1×10 of Life) at NBC.com.
- Click here for a new music video, created by mwmzms, from Brides (Nyfes).
- Adlervan’s idea for a “dream movie” is a biopic of the great Steve McQueen starring Damian Lewis – and she’s already created a poster for the film!
- In this MTV article from September 2007 Damian Lewis is suggested as the best candidate to play Bill Weasley (Ron’s oldest brother) in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows:
“…Who doesn’t want a brother like Bill Weasley? Smart enough to be a curse breaker for Gringotts Bank, brave enough to fight werewolves, resourceful and true enough to be the friend of goblins, cool enough to marry Fleur Delacour. And, best of all, he doesn’t ask questions. (How rad is that?) The best physical match of any would be actor Damian Lewis, who proved capable of embodying all those qualities as Dick Winters in “Band of Brothers.” And he wouldn’t even have to dye his hair…”