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Back Pocket Films
by David Metzger and Devon Ewalt | Back Pocket Films | July 16, 2022
Back Pocket Films podcast discusses the films you may not know exists but would be happy to watch on your next movie night. Devon reaches into his back pocket to pull out a relatively unknown and incredible film experience by writer/director Lodge Kerrigan with a jaw-dropping performance by Damian Lewis. Join David and Devon as they discuss this unbelievable film on Spotify here.
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Desert Island Goals
by Andrew Heaton | The Anfield Wrap | June 23, 2022
Damian Lewis recently participated in The Anfield Wrap podcast with Andrew Heaton to discuss the three goals that decorated his time supporting Liverpool and mean the most to him, as well as chatting about his career to date. To listen to the entire one hour podcast, download The Anfield Wrap app from iTunes, walk through the sign-up in the app, get your verification code via email, then choose “50 tokens” instead of “subscribe” to listen. Unsure what 50 tokens costs or how that is tallied, but “tokens” is the way to hear just the episode instead of purchasing $10.99/month subscription to the entire podcast series.
Damian discusses the three pubs in New York one could frequent to watch “footie” while he was working in the States, as well as being served “a good English breakfast and Guinness.” They discussed Band of Brothers with its unreal cast and the fact that the television series is still talked about 20+ years later, with Damian saying, “It was a beautifully made bit of TV.” Moderator Andrew Heaton divulged his absolute favorite Damian Lewis role was Billions and then quipped, “…obviously it’s not as good now, you’re not there anymore so it doesn’t matter.” To which Damian replied, “You know, I mean, there’s one more season, that’s all I’m saying.” Heaton then states, “Hey, listen, I’m not saying nothing.” And then Damian repeats the statement again “All I’m saying is there’s one more season.” WHAAATTTT???!!!! Then Damian shared that Paul Giamatti is adorable, funny, smart, incredibly talented, a joy to work with and a total professional. When describing Axe, Damian claims that character is a “crim” (criminal) and total shit. LOL He goes on to say that Axe is Billy The Kid and Chuck (Paul Giamatti) is Wyatt Earp. Here is a clip but if you want to hear the real juicy stuff, you’ll have to listen to the full pod:
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The Bennington Show
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | October 7, 2021
On Friday, October 1, 2021 Billions cast members Damian Lewis (Axe), Paul Giamatti (Chuck), Maggie Siff (Wendy), David Costabile (Wags), Condola Rashad (Kate) and Asia Kate Dillion (Taylor) participated in a panel discussion with Ron Bennington of the Bennington Show on SiriusXM channel FactionTalk 103.
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Roger Bennett Talks His New Podcast Band Of Brothers on HBO Max
by Rashad Grove | Forbes | September 16, 2021
20 years ago, HBO debuted Band of Brothers which would become one of the most acclaimed miniseries in television history. Created by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, the Emmy and Golden Globe winning series “honors an America which saved the world with selflessness, courage and everyday heroism” during World War II.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the series, HBO Max premiered a 12-part podcast hosted by noted journalist Roger Bennett which explores themes of the series with highly-researched interviews with cast members who give insight about the series that have never been heard before.
I caught up with Roger and we spoke about the cultural impact of the show, why chronicling the stories of World War II veterans is an important task, and connecting with members of the cast.
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by HBO Max | YouTube | September 10, 2021
Hosted by Roger Bennett, HBO’s Official Band of Brothers 12-part Podcast retraces Easy Company’s journey from Normandy to the Eagle’s Nest, episode by episode, with insight from its biggest stars, including Tom Hanks, Damian Lewis, Ron Livingston, and Donnie Wahlberg. The podcast celebrates the 20th anniversary of one of the most iconic miniseries in television history. Listen to the Band of Brothers podcast here, which is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and other major platforms. Or, listen to the episodes here. We will post each episode as it is released. Here is the prologue and episode 1 so far:
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HBO’s Official Band of Brothers Podcast
by Band of Brothers Podcast | HBO Max and YouTube | September 2, 2021
Hosted by Roger Bennett, HBO’s Official Band of Brothers Podcast retraces Easy Company’s journey from Normandy to the Eagle’s Nest, episode by episode, with insight from its biggest stars, including Tom Hanks, Damian Lewis, Ron Livingston, and Donnie Wahlberg. The podcast celebrates the 20th anniversary of one of the most iconic miniseries in television history – a show that honors an America which saved the world with selflessness, courage and everyday heroism. This 12-part podcast series will explore these themes via emotionally-rich, highly-researched interviews with individual cast members, revisiting the Emmy® and Golden Globe® award-winning epic.
Band of Brothers can be seen right now on HBO Max if you want to experience it again before the podcast debuts on September 9. Stream Band of Brothers and listen to the podcast on here, which is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and other major platforms.
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Twenty Year Anniversary
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | August 29, 2021
Twenty years ago today, Band of Brothers premiered at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on August 29, 2001. Here is Damian Lewis, Donnie Wahlberg and Neal McDonough arriving at the event.
Band of Brothers continues to be remembered as a remarkably accurate portrayal of a US parachute infantry company in the European Theater during the Second World War. Damian played U.S. Army Major Richard Winters in the HBO miniseries. Currahee!
View more photos of the premiere below, and visit this link here to see all photo albums related to Band of Brothers.