Hilary Mantel’s Man Booker Prize-winning Wolf Hall and its sequel, the Man Booker Prize-winning Bring Up the Bodies, are going to have a big 2015. Now you can watch the trailer for the novels’ television adaptation. The six-part series is set to air on BBC Two in January and will come to American televisions on PBS in April.
Wolf Hall follows Thomas Cromwell, who is portrayed here by acclaimed actor Mark Rylance. Rylance has won multiple… Continue reading See Mark Rylance and Damian Lewis in a trailer for ‘Wolf Hall’
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When Damian Lewis received news of his first Screen Actors Guild Awards nomination, he was not doing anything particularly glamorous. In fact, it was wonderfully ordinary: He was shopping in the streets of London with his child in tow.
And as a day of shopping turned into a day of celebration for the actor, EW got him on the… Continue reading ‘Homeland’: Damian Lewis talks SAG nomination, jokes show can ‘kill me whenever they want’
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It seems like Damian McGinty just started his stint on Glee, but truth is, he’s actually nearing the end of his seven episode run on the high school dramedy. When EW chatted with the Glee Project winner last week, he was wrapping up work on Glee‘s Christmas episode (more about that in Spoiler Room) and gearing up to… Continue reading ‘Glee’: Damian McGinty talks sectionals, Finn/Rory ‘bromance’
It’s been a long road, but Oxygen’s “The Glee Project” has come to an end — and despite several sites reporting Samuel as the only winner, he actually shares the prize with Damian. Self-described “hopeless romantic” Samuel Larsen and Irishman Damian McGinty will both be featured in seven episodes of “Glee” in Season 3.
The consolation prizes are pretty good as well. Alex and Lindsay scored… Continue reading 'The Glee Project' winner: Samuel and Damian get 7 episodes of 'Glee'