Ewan McGregor News
Insomniac Theater: 'Beauty and the Beast' and 'T2 Trainspotting'
Take a look at two movies hitting the box office this weekend.
'T2' director Danny Boyle talks about going back
Director Danny Boyle talked to The Associated Press about getting the "Trainspotting" gang back together after 20 years, how "T2" is even more personal than the first and why they called it "T2."
'Beauty and the Beast' aims to enchant a new generation
In 1991, Disney struck gold with "Beauty and the Beast," the first animated feature to ever be nominated for a best picture Oscar and now, over a quarter century later, Disney has a new live-action take on the fairy tale ready to enchant a new generation
Ewan McGregor on making Lumière his own in 'Beauty and the Beast'
In the upcoming release of "Beauty and the Beast, British actor Ewan McGregor is playing Lumière -- the friendly candlestick who invites Belle to be a "guest" in the enchanted castle. The actor appeared on "GMA" to discuss his approach to the role. "I've played parts on stage that other people have
Is exchanging phone numbers dead?
The "GMA" anchors discuss how when people begin dating, they may exchange their Instagram or Snapchat handles instead of phone numbers.
Ewan McGregor dishes on 'Beauty and the Beast' live on 'GMA'
The actor discusses his role in the upcoming remake of the beloved classic.
Review: 'T2 Trainspotting' a nostalgic trip toward adulthood
Film Review: Twenty-one years after "Trainspotting" shocked moviegoers with depictions of drug use and directionless Gen-Xers, "T2" reunites the original writer, director and cast for another timely look at modern life
Review: A 'Beauty and the Beast' with a new dimension
Film Review: Bill Condon's "Beauty and the Beast" often feels in search of a purpose beyond the all-but-certain dollar signs
Stanley Tucci dishes on 'Beauty and the Beast'
And rightfully so let's move on to talk about this beautiful new movie that is out. Everyone is raving about. I know. I was just picturing the movie. A brand-new character in a brand-new character. Any pressure to bring in a new -- No, because he's a harpsichord so -- I mean to a certain extent,