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  • Click here for a Fabulous Picture Show interview with Joseph Fiennes and director Rupert Wyatt at a special screening of The Escapist on April 19th. The Escapist footage runs for the first 8 minutes of the program which ends with the scene between Brian Cox and Damian Lewis that is featured in the trailer. The clip includes several intriguing and exciting scenes from the movie and during the interview Rupert Wyatt reveals that 300 ex-convicts were hired as extras for the the big fight scene!
  • The British Board of Film Classification has given The Escapist a rating of “15”. As a frame of reference for American viewers, Keane was rated at 15 in the UK and given an “R” rating in the US.

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  • The Baker, produced by and starring Damian Lewis, screens at the RiverRun International Film Festival in Winston-Salem, NC on April 25th and 26th; click here for clips from festival’s films (scenes from The Baker run from start at 5:15 minutes.) Click
    here for The Baker’s UK playdates and cinemas.
  • On Saturday BBC Radio 4 will broadcast Nigel Balchin’s play The Small Back Room starring Damian Lewis. Jane Anderson’s Radio Times review had this to say about the programme:

    The Saturday Play: The Small Back Room
    Saturday 26 April

    2:30pm – 3:30pm
    BBC Radio 4

    Sammy Rice is a British back-room boy. He and a couple of other scientists work tightly together to test inventions that might prove useful in the war against Germany. When Rice is asked to help another department investigate the workings of a new rash of enemy bombs he’s happy to assist, but his greatest problem turns out to be the battle with inter-departmental bureaucracy rather than scary Nazi technology. Damian Lewis as Sammy explodes with invective ire at his superiors and you can feel his internal combustion hitting danger level when he is finally faced with a real bomb to defuse. This thriller is as taut as a stretched wire – and one that hasn’t been earthed, at that.

    On Thursday, April 24th BBC Radio 4 will air a feature about the play’s author Nigel Balchin.

  • Reminder! Two Damian Lewis films will broadcast on the US Sundance Channel this Friday night April 25th: The Situation at 7pm ET and Keane at 10pm ET.
  • This article in the Official London Theatre Guide states that The Almeida is offering £10 tickets for theatergoers under the age of 25 for Helen McCrory’s new play Ibsen’s Rosmersholm which opens in May (previews starting May 15th.)

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  • Great job everyone! The contest is over and Damian Lewis is officially the Hello! Magazine Most Attractive Man of the Week! He will be up against the weekly winners listed below in April’s Most Attractive Man of the Month contest that will take place during May:

    » Justin Timberlake – Apr 1
    » Prince William – Apr 8
    » David Tennant – Apr 16
    » Damian Lewis – Apr 22

  • Thanks to Snafu1940 to bringing to our attention this fantastic new Damian Lewis interview for the Asian broadcast of Life on Star World.
  • Leah shared this link featuring an on location picture of Helen McCrory as Narcissa Malfoy in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
  • This viewer’s comments about The Baker starring Damian Lewis describe the film as “a great British comedy and is easily up there with the best high-budget jobs…”

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  • Damian Lewis fans have done a fantastic job in moving their guy into 1st place but the contest isn’t over yet so keep voting in the Hello! Most Atttractive Man of the Week contest!
  • Papado21 posted this lovely fan video from Brides/Nyfes – featuring Damian Lewis and Victoria Charalambidou – on YouTube and here’s a tribute (created by helllllo83) to the wonderful music from Brides composed by Stamatis Spanoudakis.
  • Thanks to Nath at our affiliate site the Joesph Fiennes Web for sharing some gorgeous untagged photos of Damian Lewis from the awesome 2002 John Angerson photoshoot.
  • This review of Life starring Damian Lewis and Sarah Shahi from Tonight in South Africa says:

    “Damian Lewis is captivatingly quirky as the wrongly accused Charlie Crews in what is quite possibly one of the best drama series to hit our screens in recent times. But Life wouldn’t have quite the same kick, were it not for Crews’s practical partner, Dani, who is fighting a few toxic demons of her own.”

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  • This blogger attended the recent London premiere of Helen McCrory’s film Flashbacks of a Fool and has posted a videoclip of Damian and Helen arriving at the event.
  • Congratulations to Ryanne on the launch of a terrific new Damian Lewis fansite called The Bakery!
  • Click here for the Damian Lewis bio page from the official site for The Escapist. Click here or here to download the film’s trailer.
  • The contest isn’t over yet so keep voting for Damian Lewis in the Hello! magazine “Most Attractive Man of the Week” contest!