Ewan attended the Entertainment Weekly Toronto’s Must List Party earlier, here are some photos:
Ewan is the cover feature of the October issue of Esquire Magazine. Here’s the cover, the photoshoot and the article.
The King of Scotland
HELL-RAISING, RISK-TAKING EWAN MCGREGOR IS PUTTING IT ALL ON THE LINE AGAIN.
It’s a cool gray day in July, and I’m climbing a dormant volcano with Ewan McGregor. We’re halfway up Arthur’s Seat, a rocky summit that looms over Edinburgh’s medieval Old Town. Robert Louis Stevenson once described this promontory as “a hill for magnitude, a mountain in virtue of its bold design,” which is Scottish for “steep as shite.” I’m already winded. McGregor is as chipper as a puppy going for its morning walk. When I stop to catch my breath and soak up the view, he flashes me a grin—that terrific, lupine Ewan McGregor grin—and announces that he can already see tomorrow morning’s tabloid headline: EWAN KILLS JOURNO AT LAST. He tips his head back, laughing, and pats me on the sweaty shoulder. Then he gambols up the stony path.
In Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital, McGregor hardly needs to kill an out-of-shape journalist to get tabloid attention. He’s here filming the sequel to Trainspotting, the 1996 film that put him on the map as an actor, and the city is pulling for the cast and crew as if they were Scotland’s World Cup team. The original Trainspotting, a black comedy about a cluster of criminally hapless heroin addicts, is beloved here, as it is across Great Britain. (London’s The Observer named it the best British film of the last twenty-five years.) Photographs from the sequel’s shooting fill the front pages of Edinburgh’s newspapers. Teeming crowds gather around roped-off set locations. “I’ve never seen the like of it,” McGregor says about the mania. “People just standing there with a million cell phones, you know?”
On Friday, Ewan attended the premiere for American Pastoral at the Toronto International Film Festival, here are pictures from the Premiere, the After Party and a couple of videos below.
An interview from The Hollywood Reporter where Ewan McGregor and the cast talk about American Pastoral:
Ewan talks about his directorial debut: American Pastoral at the Toronto International Film Festival: Master Class
Earlier on Saturday, Ewan and the cast of American Pastoral attended a Press Conference for the movie at the Toronto International Film Festival, here are the video and pictures:
Ewan McGregor and Dakota Fanning are the cover feature of the October issue of Malibu magazine with a new interview and photoshoot. Thanks DakotaFanningBrasil.com for the digital scans!
Tonight is the premiere of American Pastoral at the Toronto International Film Festival and here’s a quick interview with Ewan about the movie:
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Ewan’s voicing Lumiere in the Live Action version of the upcoming Beauty and the Beast. Here’s the first image of Lumiere and Cogsworth:
Directed by Bill Condon and starring Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Luke Evans, Emma Thompson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Ewan McGregor, Ian McKellen, Josh Gad, Kevin Kline, and Stanley Tucci, Beauty and the Beast is set for release on March 17, 2017.