- Damian Lewis’s voice performance as “Agent 00 0” in Disney’s Phineas and Ferb is now available online! 😆
Two episodes of Phineas and Ferb aired in the US on February 28th on the DisneyXD Channel. The second episode is called “Elementary My Dear Stacy” and it features the voice talents of Damian Lewis as British Secret Service Agent Double 0 0! Click here and then click “Videos” and select the first episode “Day of the Living Gelatin” to watch both full-length episodes online. You can also view a clip of Damian’s performance on YouTube (thanks to Ann and Ryanne for the links!)
- Spoilers! NBC Universal have released the storyline for “5 Quarts” episode 2.19 of Life starring Damian Lewis. The episode will air in the US on NBC on March 25, 2009:
CORONERS DEATH REVEALS DARK UNDERBELLY OF THE PROFESSION — When a Los Angeles Coroner is found murdered, his co-workers become prime suspects. Crews (Damian Lewis) and Seever (Gabrielle Union) are under pressure to quickly solve the case because if the killer is another coroner, countless murder cases could be compromised and guilty people set free. Meanwhile, Ted (Adam Arkin) attempts to reconcile with his daughter. Donal Logue and Sarah Shahi also star.
- More spoilers! Click here to read the “Casting Call” for Life episode 2.20 titled “Initiative 38” (source: SpoilerTV.)
- Click here for a PopOptimal review of Life episode 2.16 “Hit Me Baby”.
- Alan Sepinwall’s review of “Hit Me Baby” included these comments about Helen McCrory’s characterization of Amanda Puryer:
“I should admit to continuing to enjoy one especially-stylized performance, as Helen McCrory (aka Mrs. Damian Lewis) returned as the rebel smoker, cleavage barer and all-around badass insurance investigator. Working in her native accent while her husband gets to show off his non-regional American diction, McCrory continues to be a blast to watch, and a nice counterpoint to Ted.”
- This viewer’s comments about The Escapist with Damian Lewis include:
“Frank Perry is played by none other than Brian Cox…His acting was superb in this film. The role of a beat up old convict with nothing to lose was masterfully portrayed by Cox. The thing that got me the most was how writer-director Rupert Wyatt choose to tell the story. His unique way of molding and splicing up the segments of the film made it a treat to watch. As he weaves you in and out of the preparations for the escape and up to during the escape, you can’t help but be glued to the screen as you (the audience) try to piece the puzzle together. Don’t worry it’s not confusing at all as the film jumps around because it’s all in sequence. The way the director would hurdle from one scene to the next at the perfect time for cliff hangers really kept the suspense and momentum of the film going.”
- There is an unconfirmed report that Damian Lewis and Helen McCrory took time out to visit the beautiful Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado earlier this month.
- You may not agree with all of the choices in this “Top 10 Sexiest Celebrities” video but you won’t be able to find fault with the number 1 selection! 😀