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1. T2 Trainspotting (2017)
First there was an opportunity......then there was a betrayal. Twenty years have gone by. Much has changed but just as much remains the same. Mark Renton (Ewan McGregor) returns to the only place he can ever call home. They are waiting for him: Spud (Ewen Bremner), Sick Boy (Jonny Lee Miller), and Begbie (Robert Carlyle). Other old friends are waiting too: sorrow, loss, joy, vengeance, hatred, friendship, love, longing, fear, regret, diamorphine, self-destruction and mortal danger, they are all lined up to welcome him, ready to join the dance.
2. Top Gear (2002 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #8.4 (2006)
Richard races the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S across Cyprus's rocky terrain against a crack British Army parachutist jumping from 10,000 feet. Jeremy test drives the new, futuristic Mercedes Benz S Class, which has back-massaging seats and self-activating headlights, then takes on a car interior design challenge when he fits an older Mercedes Benz S Class with a stone flagged floor, mullioned windows and a wood-burning stove. Ewan McGregor is the Star In A Reasonably Priced Car.
3. Moulin Rouge! (2001)
This Star Wars spinoff takes places between episodes III and IV and explores the secret romantic affair that aspires between aging Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) and Satine (Nicole Kidman), the Duchess of Mandalore. The plot also deals with how the two must aim to keep their love a secret from the Emperor and a coming of age Vader, as the two continue to rid the galaxy of any remaining jedi after order 66. As the plot progresses we learn that the two with lords are conspiring to build a Death Star- the first Death Star. The Death Star v0.8 beta was at the time the most dangerous weapon in the galaxy. With the touch of a button the battle weapon, no larger than a pool ball, could destroy an entire building. The plans for this weapon are the plans the avid Star Wars viewer will remember seeing Count "Doolittle" Dooku overlook in Attack of the Colognes. Will Obi-Wan be able to retain his mistress while also send a crushing blow to the empire by stomping their new weapon to scraps underfoot? Like Han Solo said "it's just another Death Star"... but then he died trying to shut it down so.... oh yeah and count dooku comes back to life and kills the emperor with some CGI rocks (but the emperor knows how to use Darth Plagues' power to cheat death, even though you generally can't use it to save yourself only someone else but for some unexplainable reason he was able to do it so thats how we explain him being in the original trilogy) Written and Directed by George Lucas
4. The Graham Norton Show (2007 TV Series)
Episode: Lewis Hamilton/Ewan McGregor/Jack Whitehall/Rita Ora (2015)
Actor Ewan McGregor talks about being presented with an OBE from the Queen, and his latest project "Last Days in the Desert". Comedian Jack Whitehall is in a new movie, "The Bad Education Movie". 2008 and 2014 Formula One World Champion race car driver Lewis Hamilton discusses his driving performances, and being the host for the upcoming Invictus Games. Singer Rita Ora performs her latest single "Poison", and talks about her new hosting role on The X Factor UK.
5. Perfect Sense (2011)
A strange disease has afflicted the earth, depriving people of their sense of smell and taste, initially, then spreading further. At this time a chef, Michael (played by Ewan McGregor), and a scientist, Susan (played by Eva Green), start a relationship.
6. Beginners (2010)
A 38-year old graphic designer, Oliver (played by Ewan McGregor), is dealing with the death, from cancer, of his father, Hal (Christopher Plummer). Four years earlier Oliver's mother, Georgia (Mary Page Keller) died, also of cancer. Georgia's death was the catalyst for Hal coming out as gay, and finding a boyfriend. Oliver meets a French actress, Anna (Melanie Laurent), and they start a relationship. It's not smooth sailing though.
7. Last Days in the Desert (2015)
Ewan McGregor is Jesus - and the Devil - in an imagined chapter from his forty days of fasting and praying in the desert. On his way out of the wilderness, Jesus struggles with the Devil over the fate of a family in crisis, setting for himself a dramatic test.
8. A Life Less Ordinary (1997)
Ewan McGregor stars as a cleaning man in Los Angeles, who takes his boss' daughter hostage after being fired and replaced by a robot. Two "angels", who are in charge of human relationships on Earth, offer some unsolicited help to bring this unlikely couple together.
9. Long Way Round (2004 Mini-Series)
This documentary series follows actors Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman on a motorcycle trip around the world. The two friends will travel through such places as Siberia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, and Alaska, before finally ending the journey in New York. The filming will be done by on board cameras and one ride along cameraman.
10. Long Way Down (2007 Mini-Series)
In a follow-up to the documentary series "Long Way Round", actors and best friends Ewan McGregor and Charlie Boorman travel from John O'Groats, Scotland down to Cape Town, South Africa on motorcycles. They travel down through Europe and Africa, getting an up-close view of the local cultures. They also stop at various UNICEF projects to offer support and assistance to the children there.
11. The One Show (2006 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 2 August 2016 (2016)
As Matt and Alex have decamped to Weobley for Wednesday's village special, Matt Allwright and Angela Scanlon welcome Ewan McGregor to The One Show's sofa. They talk about Ewan's recent visit to Iraq and the rumours surrounding Trainspotting 2. Plus, Anita Rani has been tracking down members of the 2011 Broom Army who cleaned up after Britain's worst riots in decades.
12. The One Show (2006 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #6.175 (2011)
Hollywood star Ewan McGregor joins Matt and Alex. Paraic O'Brien visits one shop-owner who is still dealing with the aftermath of the London riots and Mike Dilger looks at what wildlife inhabits the decommissioned nuclear power plant at Dounreay.
13. The One Show (2006 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 4 November 2016 (2016)
Presented by Alex Jones and Fay Ripley. They are joined by Ewan McGregor, who talks about his directing debut and the hotly anticipated return of Trainspotting. And the duo who have teamed up to create a new classical super group - Alfie Boe and Michael Ball - perform a track from their new album Together. Also featuring Steel Pulse.
14. American Chopper: The Series (2003 TV Series)
Episode: On the Road: Europe Part 2 (2005)
Follow the guys of OCC as they continue on their family vacation through the UK and France. The Teutuls head to Omaha Beach to pay their respects and learn the history behind the famous World War II site. And the guys do some riding with Ewan McGregor.
15. Jackboots on Whitehall (2010)
World War II: What if Nazis seized London and all of England had to band together? When scarily campy Nazi leaders invade by drilling under the English Channel and up through the cobblestones on Whitehall, Churchill leaves his quiet retirement with a cat that looks like Hitler to issue a call to arms from his bunker under Downing Street. Chris, a young farm worker with large hands, rallies the village to fight the good fight -- including an alcoholic Vicar, the oldest man in the town, several idiots, a random Frenchman and Bobby Fiske, a swearing American who believes he's battling Russia. The world's future is in their tiny plastic hands. Innovative puppeteering animatronics from Scottish brothers Edward and Rory McHenry combine with the larger-than-life voices of Ewan McGregor, Alan Cumming, Dominic West, Rosamund Pike, Tom Wilkinson, Timothy Spall and Richard E. Grant.
16. Scarlet and Black (1993 Mini-Series)
Episode: Episode #1.1 (1993)
A carpenter's son (Ewan McGregor) with aspirations of becoming a priest is taken as a tutor by an aristocratic French family. He imagines himself a soldier of France, taking the late Napoleon as his role model. Under the urging of Napoleon himself he seduces the lady of the house while elevating his status in the local community.
17. Moving Wallpaper (2008 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.7 (2008)
When Mel announces that she has secured the services of Ewan McGregor to guest in an episode of 'Echo Beach' Jonathan orders a complete re-write of the planned episode in order to accommodate the star, annoying all in the process. Nancy, of course, takes the greatest pleasure by breaking the news to him that Ewan is not coming after all.
18. Long Way Down (2004 TV Series)
Episode: Western Mongolia to Yakutsk (2004)
The team is forced to buy crew member Claudio a new bike, and in the Mongolian city of Ulan Bator, Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman are taken on a tour of the sewers meeting with runaway children. Then to Siberia where a 24-hour train ride turns out to be a bad idea.
19. Long Way Down (2004 TV Series)
Episode: Barnaul to Western Mongolia (2004)
After the dilapidated roads the pair experienced in Kazakhstan, Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman are disheartened when they find no roads at all en route to Mongolia. Bad luck occurs when there's a bike break down and their support team gets into a dangerous accident.
20. Long Way Down (2004 TV Series)
Episode: Yakutsk to Magadan: The Road of Bones (2004)
Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman run into some difficulty in Siberia. With unwelcoming locals, impassable rivers, collapsed bridges and a lack of food, they find themselves facing a real fight for survival. A convoy of Russian trucks offers some hope.
21. Young Hollywood's Greatest (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Action Stars (????)
Prepare to go full throttle in this episode of "Young Hollywood's Greatest: Action Stars"! Some of the biggest names in the movie genre, including Jason Statham, Chris Evans, Matt Damon, Gerard Butler, Ewan McGregor, and Michelle Rodriguez, get your heart pumping in seven high-octane interviews from the Young Hollywood Studio. See Channing Tatum encounter his #1 Fan, and find out how Ewan McGregor handled having to fight with a girl on-screen!
22. Road Rivals (2015 TV Series)
Meet Russ Malkin and Charley Speed, chalk and cheese when it comes to their tastes in travel and now they're off on an epic journey through Europe and the US together. Russ is an adventurer, having travelled the world with Ewan McGregor on 'Long Way Down'. Charley is a contributor to the international luxury magazine, Lusso, was VH1 Vogue's Male Model of the Year, ex-Britain's Next Top Model judge, and doesn't camp.
23. Killing Priscilla (2000 Documentary)
Documentary about director Stephan Elliott's career after making award winning, fan favourite and festival darling- Priscilla Queen Of The Desert. The film touches on Welcome To Woop Woop, but mostly focuses on the making of his second follow up, Eye Of The Beholder. Directed by Elliott's friend and collaborator, Lizzie Gardiner, you get an intimate and what feels like a very uncensored look at making a film after great success(Priscilla...) and failure( Welcome...). Gardiner who won an Oscar for costume design for Priscilla Queen Of The Desert and is perhaps more recognisable for having worn a gold American Express dress to the Awards show - manages to infuse humour and sweetness to an otherwise soul crushing process. Worth watching, if only to see some of the behind the scenes antics of a director and his stars (Ashley Judd and Ewan McGregor).
24. Ewan McGregor: Cold Chain Mission (2012 TV Series)
In this two-parter for BBC2, Ewan McGregor is on a mission to the ends of the earth to immunise some of the hardest-to-reach children in the world. Against the odds, Ewan and his team deliver vaccines to the world's most remote children as health workers do every day. But their fragile nature means the vaccines must be kept constantly cold as they are passed along the supply chain, from freezer to freezer - wherever that may be. The routes these vaccines travel are known as cold chains, and a vast network of them exists across the globe. In this series Ewan is following three of the world's toughest cold chains, supported by Unicef, who immunise over half of the world's children. In the second episode, Ewan journeys up the mighty Congo River, where he passes through frontier towns in the wilds of Central Africa, encounters a unique subculture for whom style is a religion, and ventures deep into the jungle in search of Pygmy tribes. These two programmes give Ewan an opportunity to go to three very different countries, three situations, and find out just how much it takes to save children's lives. Ewan said of his experience: 'The cold chain routes these vaccines follow can be hugely challenging and adventurous, and I was keen to explore some of them to discover how they reach the world's most remote children.'.
25. The New Hope (2015)
An adaptation of Cervantes' Don Quijote Part I, The New Hope tells the story of Dennis, a man who believes that he is the living incarnation of Obi Wan Kenobi, and who as a result sets out to right wrongs in London. Shot almost uniquely in London's Hyde Park and for a minuscule budget (£300), The New Hope is a punk film in the style of Giuseppe Andrews and Khavn de la Cruz. Initially setting out alone, Dennis/Obi Wan suffers defeat in a fight against a young woman who has a dog that Dennis mistakes for a Jawa. He is then beaten up by some young hoodlums who mock his quest. Bed-ridden, Dennis' landlord-cum-doctor discovers the cause of his insanity: the sic-fi DVDs that he consistently watches. He throws them out - but not before Dennis has escaped from his room and left with his new friend, the nincompoop Hadrian Gutt. Dennis and Hadrian find a speeder called Boris and then set out to fight a rancor - which a Sith Lord turns into a statue at the last minute. They encounter some ewoks, solve the romantic problems of a wookiee and also find Master Yoda's light sabre in the dankest depths of London's Soho. Obi Wan also liberates a Princess, before entering into single combat with a Sith Lord, Moff Tarkin, and freeing Marina Ambramovic from her 512-hour imprisonment. Obi Wan defeats some monsters from Jabba the Hutt's lair, before his final challenge: facing the actor Ewan McGregor in order to demonstrate that he is just an actor - and that Dennis is the real Obi Wan.
26. When Celebrities Strip (2000 Documentary)
This tv-special asks why stars strip off and looks at the influence of magazines aimed at the "lad" market. Featuring Hugh Hefner, who talks about stars who have stripped off for his 'Playboy' magazine, and Ewan McGregor and Sharon Stone talk about filming nude scenes.
27. Troy's Story (2005 Documentary)
From humble beginnings growing up on wheat farm in outback Australia Troy one day dreamed of racing bikes. At age 23 Troy's life changed forever. He married his high school sweet heart, they brought their first home together, and Troy borrowed nine thousand dollars to buy his first ever road bike. Nine years later he was crowned World Superbike Champion. Troy's riding style is breathtaking and his bin-it-or-win-it attitude has made him a superstar in Europe and across the globe. Narrated by self confessed Troy Bayliss fan Ewan McGregor Troy's Story provides an extraordinary and rare insight into a world championship racing team and remains the definitive behind the scenes expose of racing at the highest level.
28. BAFTA: 'Black Hawk Down' Cast & Crew Q&A (2001 Video)
This Q&A took place December 14, 2001, and involved Ridley Scott, Jerry Bruckheimer, Mark Bowden, Ewan McGregor, Josh Hartnett, Jason Isaacs, and military advisor Col. Tom Matthews (Ret.). It provides a mix of new information and some bits we heard during earlier programs.
29. The Night Club of Your Dreams: The Making of 'Moulin Rouge' (2001 Documentary)
This made-for-tv documentary treats romance fans to a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Moulin Rouge!, Baz Luhrmann's musical tale of love between a poet and a courtesan in fin-de-siecle Paris. Includes interviews with director Luhrmann, stars Ewan McGregor and Nicole Kidman and the rest of the the cast and crew of the film, who all share their experiences from working on the project, as well as discuss the special efforts that went into bringing it to completion.
30. Lo imposible de lo imposible (2014 Documentary)
In 2004 a Spanish family suffered in their own flesh, like thousands of people, the 2004 Indian Oceanic Tsunami. After 8 years, J.A. Bayona directed a movie telling their story, starring Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor. This is a documentary about the real story of this family, with terrifying testimonies of her protagonist (Maria Bellon) and other survivors.
31. Episode II: Behind the Scenes (2002 Documentary)
This piece is composed of three subjects: "Story", "Love", and "Action" including many clips from the movie as well as a few shots from the set and comments from George Lucas, producer Rick McCallum, and actors Samuel L. Jackson, Ewan McGregor, Hayden Christensen, Natalie Portman, Christopher Lee, and Ian McDiarmid. They discuss the plot and the characters, watch movie clips, interesting comments about working within such a heavily effects-oriented environment and information about the fighting styles of the various
32. Episode II: Crew and Cast Interviews (2011 Documentary)
(1) Episode II: Coruscant Overview (3:56): A look at the process of going down to "street level" on Coruscant. Ewan McGregor Interview (1:12): Ewan talks about how Episode IV was the first film he saw in the cinema. (2) Episode II: TNaboo Overview (3:09): A look at the evolution of the planet since the previous film. (3) Episode II: Tatooine Overview (3:55): A discussion about the design philosophy for Tatooine. (4) Geonosis Overview (3:35): Here we learn how termite dwellings were the basis for the architecture of the Geonosians. Hayden Christensen Interview (1:29): Christensen talks about fight choreography. Blue Screen Acting (3:38): Christopher Lee and Hayden Christensen explain the process of acting in front of blue screen.
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