Bearded actor admits that "there's been a lot of talk" and says he'd "be happy to play him again."
Hayley Atwell is set to co-star with Ewan McGregor in Disney’s “Christopher Robin,” sources tell Variety. “World War Z’s” Marc Forster is directing. “Christopher Robin” follows Disney’s ongoing model of taking animated classics from its archives and giving them a live-action spin, centering on Robin (McGregor), the little boy from the “Winnie the Pooh” series, who... Read more »
Disney also brings on 'Hidden Figures' writer Allison Schroeder to work on script for offshoot of 'Winnie the Pooh' with Ewan McGregor in title role
‘Beauty and the Beast’ actor Ewan McGregor has addressed the so-called controversy concerning a “gay moment” in the upcoming Disney film involving Josh Gad’s character Le Fou. The Scotsman addressed the furore in as plain a way as possible, telling US talk-show host Stephen Colbert: “It’s 2017, for f*** sake.” Quite.
Anyone who wants to see into the future, if only for a few seconds, could do worse than check out the trailer for the third series of ‘Fargo’. It’s features heavily a rather heavy-looking famous Scottish actor, balding of pate, girthy of waist, and moustachioed of top lip. Hurl in a shiny leather sport coat, and it’s likely a terrifying glimpse for Ewan McGregor of what might be ahead if he lets things go a bit. The clip finds him eating in a diner with Mary Elizabeth Winstead, and making a rather sharp exit once Carrie Coon’s police chief Gloria Burgle arrives. ...
The thick Edinburgh accents on display in ‘Trainspotting’ back in 1996 were a bit too challenging for the American audience. In an interview as part of an ‘oral history’ feature on the original movie for The Hollywood Reporter, Macdonald said: “There’s a lot of mystery about [the dubbed version].
After a lengthy absence of working together, director Danny Boyle and actor Ewan McGregor have rekindled their once strong relationship for ‘T2: Trainspotting’. The 1990s saw Boyle, an emerging director, and McGregor, a fresh-faced actor to the industry, team up for ‘Shallow Grave’, ‘Trainspotting’, and ‘A Life Less Ordinary’ between 1994 to 1997.
‘T2 Trainspotting’ hits UK cinemas nationwide today, but the cast have revealed that one of it’s most iconic characters was actually killed off in an early draft of the script. Robert Carlyle, reprising his most famous character Francis “Franco” Begbie for the ‘Trainspotting’ sequel, confirmed to Yahoo Movies “he was a goner” in one of the first screenplays they read. “Irvine Welsh wrote another book, and [Begbie] wasn’t a goner,” explains Carlyle, “He was very much alive and well, so I have to say I was quite pleased about that.
Ewan McGregor was all set for an appearance on ‘Good Morning Britain’ today to promote new movie ‘T2: Trainspotting’, but looks to have cancelled it at the last minute when he discovered Piers Morgan is the show’s host. Was going on Good Morning Britain, didn't realise @piersmorgan was host. Morgan, who has frequently shown his support for Donald Trump, caused controversy after tweeting: “I’m planning a ‘Men’s March’ to protest at the creeping global emasculation of my gender by rabid feminists.
The premiere of ‘T2: Trainspotting’, Danny Boyle’s unexpected, but long-awaited sequel to his 1996 cult classic rumbled into Edinburgh last night. The cast looked over the moon to be back together, but how did they look back at the first movie’s premiere in Cannes? Read more: Shia LaBeouf sets up a live-stream anti-Trump project for 4 years Sir Ian McKellen had the best sign at the Women's March Rogue One crosses $1 billion at the box office
The boys are back in town, and they’re up to their neck in s*** once again. ‘T2 Trainspotting’ hits cinemas next week and we’re thrilled to share an exclusive never-before-seen clip from Danny Boyle’s long-awaited sequel ahead of it pulling into cinemas on Friday, 27 January. The clip shows Ewan McGregor and Jonny Lee Miller as Mark Renton and Simon “Sick Boy” Williamson after they’ve been snatched by local gangster Doyle.
Well, yes and no. ‘T2: Trainspotting’, as it’s been clunkily entitled, has alighted to decidedly mixed reviews. Taking on the events from Irvine Welsh’s sequel novel ‘Porno’, it finds a vengeful Begbie newly released from prison, Sick Boy running a pub in Leith, and Renton back from Amsterdam to help fund Sick Boy’s new venture into the pornography business.
Or never meet George Lucas. Not sure of the lesson here, but Ewan McGregor has revealed details of his first meeting with his boss on the ‘Star Wars’ prequel movies, and his enduring embarrassment about it. “I had to read it in the producer’s office – like, literally, being almost locked in with the script, so that it doesn’t get leaked – and then being shown around the sets with George.
Filling in the blanks between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope had been an Olympic-worthy sport for Star Wars fans for years. While some details have recently been sketched in by the animated series Star Wars Rebels, that 30-year period remains fertile ground for storytellers, with the standalone Rogue One and the solo Han Solo movie along with tie-in novels mining that era.