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Tag Archives: Ewan McGregor
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on August 5th, 2011
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By staff | Posted on July 11th, 2011
Emma Watson is looking forward to NOT being part of an astonishingly successful film franchise for a little while, if only because living under a microscope isn’t all that much fun when you’re that young: “It has been quite hard and pressured making the Harry Potter films,” she says. “I’m so happy to be …
By Leah Rozen | Posted on May 28th, 2011
Ewan McGregor turned 40 this year, which provides as good an excuse as any to take stock of the Scottish-born actor’s career so far. Oddly enough, for all his talent and good looks, with the notable exception of three Star Wars ...
Here at Anglophenia, it’s no secret that we adore our Brits, especially those who’ve lucked out in love. But when Colin Firth recently gushed about how his beautiful wife Livia keeps him in line at home, it got us thinking ...
By Tom Brook | Posted on May 26th, 2011
Ewan McGregor hasn’t yet made up his mind if he’ll star in a forthcoming movie his mother is overseeing.
With blogosphere tongues still wagging over the British Invasion that’s currently taking over Hollywood, Bryan Singer‘s forthcoming fantasy drama, Jack the Giant Killer, is somewhat following suit.
Big names from the world of cinema are en route to this year’s Sundance Film Festival — one of the world’s premier showcases for independent film. With some 20 British movies in the lineup there’s a strong UK ...
In a recent interview with Cinematical.com, Danny Boyle divulged that a Trainspotting sequel could very well happen.
On yesterday’s Good Morning America, Ewan McGregor put the kibosh on George Stephanopoulos‘ frat-boy reaction to a photo of him kissing Jim Carrey. Towleroad has the video.