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Review: The Ghost Writer a Clever Thriller With Real-World Twists

300.ad.Brosnan.McGregor.010810 Review: The Ghost Writer a Clever Thriller With Real World TwistsReview in a Hurry: Yep, Roman Polanski’s still got it. With dry humor and expertly timed suspense, the director throws Ewan McGregor into a conspiracy theory plot involving a Tony Blair-like…
 Review: The Ghost Writer a Clever Thriller With Real World Twists

Scottish actor Ewan McGregor has revealed that he is still in love with Princess Leia from Star Wars.
McGregor, 39, who played Obi-Wan Kenobi in three prequels to the original series, said he is “deeply in love” with feisty Leia, played by Carrie Fisher.
Although happily married, the actor confessed his devotion to the princess at a [...] Continue reading Ewan McGregor still in love with Princess Leia from Star Wars

Ewan McGregor has replaced Johnny Depp in Terry Gilliam’s eccentric movie about Spanish literary hero Don Quixote.
The film was titled ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ a decade ago and Gilliam casted Depp as time travelling advertising executive Tony Grisoni.
The Pirates of the Caribbean star, however, has been forced to quit because of scheduling conflicts.
Gilliam [...] Continue reading Ewan McGregor replaces Johnny Depp in Don Quixote film

H26389 260x195 CINEFANTASTIQUE PODCAST on HuffPost   Overlooked & Underrated: INK, GHOST WRITER, DR. PARNASSUS

It’s a genre light week, with no new horror, fantasy, or science fiction titles released in cinemas, so Dan Persons, Lawrence French, and Steve Biodrowski take this opportunity to shine a little much-deserved light on some overlooked and/or under-rated genre titles. The main topic of discussion is INK, the surprisingly good low-budget fantasy film about a girl kidnapped by a dream demon. Also under analysis, Roman Polanski’s Kafkaesque thriller THE GHOST WRITER, starring Pierce Brosnan and Ewan McGregor, playing in limited release in New York and Los Angeles. And Terry Gilliam’s THE IMAGINARIUM OF DR. PARNASSUS, which received only a small release earlier this year.

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