I want to say that we’ll have a new staff member very soon. As most of you may know, Amelie and I founded this site, but it’s been some months that she didn’t have the time to update. She was busy with her studies and her other sites. So she finally left the staff about three weeks ago. All her hard work during the “birth” of this fansite will be always remembered. Last July, my friend Mary who runs lots of other sites too (you should visit them if you haven’t already because they’re very good) joined me. But we both have very busy lives outside the internet. I always try to find the time to make updates and keep this site as updated as possible. I think you all know that. But sometimes I could use a little help. But not just any help. It would to be someone I know and get along with, of course, and who would be, in preference, a major Ewan fan like myself, and who could try to find the time to update the site from time to time like I do. And Mary will obviously keep being part of the staff and working on the media section and making updates like she already does. There’ll be three of us. So that’s it. I’d like you all to give a warm welcome to our new staff member who’ll be introducing herself soon. I hope this site will be an even better source for Ewan fans than it already is and that we will all continue to share our passion for this talented and handsome actor. 🙂
And here’s a link to another Charley interview. This time about the race to Dakar.
THE MEDIA SECTION IS STILL OFFLINE because, like I said before, Mary is installing a new script and she didn’t have the time to finish working on it yet. However, while she doesn’t come back from Mexico and continues to work on it, I reinstalled the old script and created a new page to post new videos temporarily. No, I won’t be reuploading the old videos. Don’t even ask! Mary will do that. She was already working on it. Any doubts, questions and suggestions concerning the new media section should be sent to her. Please don’t email me about it.Anyway, here’s the TEMPORARY VIDEO PAGE including SIX videos of Ewan’s trip to Malawi. :smile:PS: Comments are always welcome, because I worked on it especially for you, so that you could keep getting the newest Ewan videos. 🙂
I’ve added a scan from the October issue of Details to the gallery. It was a special edition destined to celebrate the magazine’s fifth anniversary.The entire photoshoot can be found here.
As you can see, we have a brand new layout made by the talented DestinySolo. She made it especially for us a couple of weeks ago, but we’ve been waiting for Christmas to put it online as a special gift for all of you. I hope you like it as much as I do. :tongue:My lovely friends Annie and Janine helped me with the coding. I’ve added two HQs of Ewan’s trip to Malawi thanks to Georginita.Last but not least, we’re Site of the Month at Amber Tamblyn Online. Thanks Anya!
New photoshoot added. Taken on February 13, 2004 in Wales. Unfortunately there’s only one picture but I love it! 😉
Wishing you the best at the holidays and always.Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Good Kwanzaa!!!
Guess what?! I’ve managed to get a promotional DVD of “Stay” this Thursday. As I had already seen it last October, I’ve kept myself busy making 482 screen captures for our viewing pleasure. :tongue:Please have in mind that screen captures may contain huge spoilers if you haven’t seen this film before but intend to, especially because it’s a thriller! :wink:PS: The US DVD release of “Stay” is scheduled for February 14, 2006. EDIT: I’ve also added 11 new stills.
All questions, doubts, suggestions, etc, concerning the media section should be sent to Mary – mary (at) ewanmcgregor (dot) net – not to myself. She’s the one installing the new script. Please have in mind that she’s currently in Mexico for the holidays and will only be back and able to answer your emails next month. So please be patient! 🙂
Ewan McGregor made a desperate plea on behalf of Africa’s AIDS orphans following a five-day trip to Malawi. The actor, an ambassador for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), urged world leaders and the public to unite to reach the millions of children orphaned by the epidemic.He says, “Children in Malawi are facing uncertain futures. Their mothers and fathers, teachers, aunts, uncles, doctors and nurses are simply dying around them because of AIDS. They are left alone, forced to grow up too fast, robbed of their childhoods and missing out on the play, love and education they need. Though many are being reached through the UNICEF projects I saw during my trip, we need to urgently reach the ones who are still all alone.”UNICEF is calling on everyone – world leaders, governments, corporations and the general public – to unite in action against AIDS and put children at the center of the global response.” Source: Starpulse.comPictures from Ewan’s trip to Malawi can be found here.