Ewan McGregor and Ewen Bremner on reviving their characters in "T2: Trainspotting. " Interview at 692 Broadway in NYC for BUILD Series.
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Choose life. Choose a job. Choose a career. Choose a family. Choose?Trainspotting. Director Danny Boyle (127 Hours, Slumdog Millionaire) thrills in this? original, daring? (Salon.com) tale of a group of young drug addicts wheeling through blue collar Edinburgh that earned an Academy Award? for Best Adapted Screenplay. Starring Ewan McGregor (Moulin Rouge!) in an unforgettable breakthrough performance, Trainspotting electrified audiences and critics with its hilariously dark humor, stunning visuals and sharp honest take on both the exhilarating highs, and the terrifying lows, of addiction.
Johnny Worricker (Bill Nighy) is an MI5 officer whose life has just been turned inside out. When his boss and best friend (Michael Gambon) dies suddenly, Worricker is left to deal with a contentious Top Secret file that threatens the entire MI5 organization. Further complicating his life is a chance encounter with his beautiful neighbor (Rachel Weisz). The more duplicity he uncovers, the more desperate he becomes to find someone he can trust. A volatile document falls into the hands of MI5, threatening to upend the entire government-but first it may destroy the life of Johnny Worricker (Bill Nighy), a senior intelligence analyst. The head of the agency (and Worrickers best friend) Benedict Baron (Michael Gambon) abruptly dies, leaving a complex snarl of threads to untangle: Whos the source of the document? Who might benefit from it? And what does it have to do with the lovely woman (Rachel Weisz) who lives across the hall from Worricker, who seems to have a sudden romantic interest in him? Writer-director David Hare unspools the espionage with skill and delicacy, and the cast-lean and inscrutable Nighy, brittle and biting Judy Davis, a startlingly brutish Ralph Fiennes, and jumpy Ewen Bremner (Trainspotting) as a covert agent whose entire career may cease to exist with Barons death-are all ideal for this cat-and-mouse game. Hare isnt as good with more tender emotions; the romance between Nighy and Weisz feels thin and theres not much tension to the mystery surrounding her. But the political machinations crackle, the cast is magnetic, and the production design is sleek and alluring. The Blu-ray edition brings out the shimmer in the glass and metal surfaces and the depth of the lush fabrics, enhancing the spy games considerably. (It also brings out the layer of makeup on Nighys weathered face, but you stop noticing that after a while.) There are no extra features. -Bret Fetzer
The Name of this Book is Dogme95
At 75, DC ComicsÍs Amazonian princess is finally getting her own movie, and EW is celebrating with a gorgeously illustrated issue devoted entirely to Wonder Woman„from her groundbreaking girl-power comic book debut to the beloved 1970s TV show starring Lynda Carter to Gal GadotÍs action-star spin on the first superheroine. Inside:The making of the new film Wonder Woman, with behind-the-scenes photos and interviews with stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Robin Wright and Connie Nielsen and director Patty JenkinsLynda Carter talks about her pioneering TV role and the meaning of Wonder WomanThe evolution of Wonder WomanÍs look, from prim skirts to go-go boots to modern-day armorThe surprising story of Wonder WomanÍs creator„the man who dreamed up her Golden Lasso of Truth also invented the...
A spectre is haunting world cinema - the spectre of a Danish 'new wave' led by mercurial director Lars Von Trier. In 1995, when Von Trier and three comrades issued a 10-point 'Vow of Chastity' for the making of simpler, more truthful movies, cynics in the film business refused to take it seriously. Five years on, the international success of the raw, uncompromising 'Dogme95' films - Festen, The Idiots, Mifune, The King is Alive - has fired a volley of shots across the bows of a staid and bloated industry. Richard Kelly's investigation of the Dogme95 movement is a piece of 'gonzo journalism' in which Kelly sallies forth in search of the Dogme brothers and their accomplices, seeking to hammer out the truth from the lies in this austere and anarchic piece of cinematic mischief.
Ewen Bremner - Wikipedia
Ewen Bremner is a Scottish actor. His roles have included Daniel "Spud" Murphy in Trainspotting and its 2017 sequel T2 Trainspotting, SPC Shawn Nelson in Black Hawk ...
Ewen Bremner - Wikipedia
Biografia. Figlio di due insegnanti d'arte, frequentava la Davidsons Mains Primary School e la Portobello High School. Inizialmente voleva diventare un clown da circo ...
Ewen Bremner - IMDb
Ewen Bremner, Actor: Trainspotting. Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Ewen Bremner has worked with many of the most respected directors in world cinema, including Danny ...