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elcome to EwanMcGregor.net, the ultimate source for the Scottish actor Ewan McGregor. You may know him from movies like Trainspotting, Moulin Rouge!, Star Wars, The Impossible, Beginners, The Ghost Writer, among many others. Next, you can see Ewan next on Doctor Sleep and upcoming Obi-Wan Kenobi Series.
Posted by Annie on May 12, 2016

Ewan McGregor stars in “Our Kind of Traitor” based on the John le Carré novel. The movie is set for release in July.

A couple find themselves lured into a Russian oligarch’s plans to defect are soon positioned between the Russian Mafia and the British Secret Service, neither of whom they can trust.

Here are stills and posters:




Posted by Annie on May 12, 2016

Good evening, everyone. Starting with the Gallery Updates it’s Ewan’s work in Feature Films, Short Films, Television & Theatre. I’ve added Stills, Posters, On Set Pictures, Extras and more. I’ve added some stuff from the old gallery, aswell MANY new things, including high quality images. Feature Films Blu-Ray/DVD Screen Captures are coming later.

Here’s some preview, click the links below to view everything.


Posted by Annie on May 11, 2016

Good morning, everyone!

As you can see, we have a brand new theme here and on the new gallery. I made the header and used a premade by the very talented Sin21.org.

I’m currently updating the new gallery with pictures, there’ll be many updates coming! Also a full filmography is on the way.

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Posted by Annie on April 29, 2016

Lionsgate has set an awards-season date of Oct. 21 for a limited release of its drama “American Pastoral,” with Ewan McGregor starring and making his feature directorial debut.

The studio will expand the run a week later. The cast includes Uzo Aduba, David Strathairn, Jennifer Connelly, Rupert Evans, Peter Riegert and Dakota Fanning.

Lakeshore toppers Tom Rosenberg and Gary Lucchesi are producing along with Andre Lamal. John Romano adopted Philip Roth’s novel, which was published in 1997.

“American Pastoral” follows Seymour “Swede” Levov, a legendary high school athlete, who grows up to marry a former beauty queen and inherits his father’s business. His seemingly perfect life shatters when his daughter rebels by committing a deadly act of terrorism during the Vietnam War.

The book, published in 1997, is the first novel in Roth’s American postwar trilogy, followed by “I Married a Communist” and “The Human Stain.” Lakeshore has produced two other Roth adaptations — 2003’s “The Human Stain,” starring Anthony Hopkins and Nicole Kidman, and 2008’s “Elegy,” starring Penelope Cruz and Ben Kingsley.

Roth won the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for the novel. Lakeshore began working on a movie version in 2003 with Phillip Noyce directing. Fisher Stevens was attached to direct in 2012 before Lakeshore selected McGregor in early 2015.

Connelly plays the spouse of McGregor’s character and Fanning plays his beloved teenage daughter. Evans plays his brother.

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Posted by Annie on April 29, 2016

In a pre-Cannes move, Ewan McGregor is in negotiations to star in the road-trip drama “Don’t Make Me Go” from director Michael Sucsy (“The Vow”).

UTA packaged the project, arranged financing and is representing North American rights for the movie, which will be introduced at the Cannes Film Festival. Sierra Affinity is handling international sales.

Donald De Line and Peter Saraf are producing with Gary Michael Walters and Jon Oakes of Bold Films. Bold will also finance. Bold’s Michel Litvak is executive producing.

McGregor will play a single father to a teenage daughter. He discovers he has cancer and takes his daughter on a road trip to find the mother who abandoned her years before. Vera Herbert wrote the script, which was on the 2012 Black List.

The daughter has not been cast yet.

Lionsgate just announced an Oct. 21 release date for McGregor’s directorial debut, “American Pastoral.” He is also attached to star in the “Trainspotting” sequel.

McGregor and Sucsy are repped by UTA. McGregor is also repped by Sloane Offer and United Agents. Sucsy is also repped by Anonymous Content and Bloom Hergott.

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