Sunday, 30 November 2008
Tu 12/2: Drew Carey, Tony Parker, Lady Antebellum (R 9/26/08)
We 12/3: Elizabeth Banks, Jay Mohr (R 11/6/08)
Th 12/4: Pepe the King Prawn, Saffron Burrows, X (R 10/28/08)
Fr 12/5: John Malkovich, Little Jackie (R 10/23/08)
Friday, 28 November 2008
Thursday, 27 November 2008
Wednesday, 26 November 2008
I also have photos for you guys of Kevin attending the Frost/Nixton premier on Monday in Los Angeles. Enjoy:
Tuesday, 25 November 2008
Photo from www.dailymail.co.uk
Monday, 24 November 2008
Okay, that isn't much except now instead of Ewan being teamed up with Jude Law, he'll star with his Cassandra's Dream co-star Colin Farrell. Makes you wonder if this film is ever going to happen. There's something about a period comedy about serial killers that still has me intrigued though.EWAN McGREGOR and Colin Farrell are being tipped for the leading roles in a comedy film about the Edinburgh body snatchers Burke and Hare.Ealing Studios is planning a film about the notorious serial killers, and John Landis – director of An American Werewolf in London and The Blues Brothers – is to direct it, it was reported.
The script is written by Piers Ashworth and Nick Moorcroft, who also wrote Ealing's schoolgirl comedy St Trinian's, which was a hit last year.
Photo from www.the-world-in-focus.com
Tu 11/25: Tony Curtis, Megalyn Echikunwoke
We 11/26: Adam Arkin, Jen Kirkman, Adele
Th 11/27: Brooke Shields, David Lynch
Fr 11/28: Kristin Chenoweth, Diedrich Bader
I love Gerard Butler fans - they never miss anything. A reader and really observant Gerard fan sent me an e-mail and asked why I didn't leave a birthday message for Gerard. Long story short, a friend I haven't seen in a long time invited me to the country and far away from my computer.
So, I beg for everyone's forgiveness and I hope that Gerard had a very wonderful 39th birthday even though I'm recognizing it ten days after.
If there are any Gerry fans who want to leave him a belated birthday shout out you can leave a comment and you can always reach me by e-mail too.
Thursday, 20 November 2008
MSN describes the plot as a semi-true story inspired by Skip Hollandsworth's article "O Sister Where Art Thou." It's actually a pretty cool story of the first female country-and-western musicians who just happened to be prison inmates. Hollandsworth's article is definitely worth reading for the whole story, which is a pretty heartbreaking one, despite the relatively happy ending.
I wonder if Gerard Butler's character will be doing any singing in the movie. It would be great to hear Gerard sing again.
Wednesday, 19 November 2008
Update Nov. 23 2008: Someone on a James McAvoy forum got the People Magazine this weekend, and sadly James is not featured on their Sexiest Man alive list. Boo! I'm going to find out if Gerard Butler makes the list so stay tuned.
Tuesday, 18 November 2008
UNICEF UK is putting Ewan McGregor's Moto Guzzi California Vintage motorbike up for auction. The money will go to children affected by wars and natural disasters all over the world.
You can go here to watch video Ewan talking about his work with UNICEF (sorry people, I can't embed). You can also visit ebay to find out more about the auction and to pre-register to bid.
James McAvoy and wife Anne-Marie Duff hit the 56th annual Variety Club Showbiz Awards on Sunday at London’s Grovesnor House.
The 29-year-old Scottish stud was honored with the Variety Club’s film award at the bash for his acclaimed performances in The Last King Of Scotland, Atonement and comic book thriller Wanted.
And there are some photos of James with his beautiful wife at the Variety Club Awards:
Monday, 17 November 2008
Tu 11/18: Kevin Bacon, Sarah Shahi, the Bacon Brothers
We 11/19: James Lipton, Sara Gilbert, Sarah McLachlan
Th 11/20: Larry the Cable Guy, Third Day
Fr 11/21: George Hamilton, Cobie Smulders
Wednesday, 12 November 2008
Yes, Obama may have won, but hatred and bigotry still abound... Following up on the protests in California and beyond, Wednesday there will be a protest at the Mormon Temple in Manhatttan. Tens of thousands of our brothers and sisters are in the streets in California and Salt Lake City and around the country protesting the votes banning same-sex marriage in California. Join them! Make your voices heard right here in New York City. We will tell the Mormon Church how we feel about its relentless campaign to condemn and control our lives.
Go here to read more of Alan's blog entry on Prop 8 and also he wrote a very touching post on November 7, 2008 about becoming an American citizen so check that out as well.
Photo from www.alancumming.com
Tuesday, 11 November 2008
Monday, 10 November 2008
Indie film Summer starring Scottish actor Robert Carlyle won the awards for best feature and best director (Kenny Glenaan) at the Scottish BAFTA Awards in Glasgow, Scotland on Sunday night.
Scottish actor Brian Cox also won the BAFTA Award for best film acting performance for his role in The Escapist.
And now, the nominations:
James McAvoy is nominated for this year's European Film Awards in the best European actor category for his role in 2007's Atonement. The ceremony will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark on Dec. 6, 2008.
Sunday, 9 November 2008
Tu 11/11: Selma Blair, Tom Dreesen, Tim Reid
We 11/12: Seann William Scott, Kathy Kinney
Th 11/13: Andy Richter, Cold War Kids
Fr 11/14: Jim Parsons, Ray Davies
Thursday, 6 November 2008
USA Today has an interview with Kevin McKidd about his role on Grey's Anatomy. He gives a little more information about his character Owen Hunt and the relationship his character will have with Cristina Yang.
You can read the rest of the article here.Could there be another McDreamy or McSteamy in the making?
Scottish actor Kevin McKidd, 35, plays Owen Hunt, the love interest of Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh) on ABC's Grey's Anatomy, and things start to heat up between the two tonight.
"His character is an old-fashioned tortured hero," says series creator Shonda Rhimes. "I call him Heathcliff when we're talking about him in the writers' room.
"This season, all the way around, is our no-holds-barred season. We're not holding anything back. Owen Hunt is definitely apart of that."
We caught up with the actor on a break from taping an upcoming episode.
Photo from www.kevinmckiddonline.com
Wednesday, 5 November 2008
Actor James McAvoy is to be honoured by his former drama school, it was
announced.The Bafta-winning star will receive a Fellowship from the Royal
Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (RSAMD) in Glasgow next month. Acclaimed
British actor, producer and director Lord Attenborough will also be honoured at
the graduation ceremony on November 20. McAvoy, 29, who is best
known for his film roles in The Last King of Scotland and Atonement, as well as
the television series Shameless, recently backed a campaign opposing cuts at the
drama school. The honour is being given in recognition of his support to
The Scot graduated from the RSAMD in 2000. RSAMD
principal John Wallace said: "James was very active in a huge campaign involving
the academy and he has been very involved in the academy since he left."We are
absolutely delighted that he has accepted the invitation and are looking forward
to seeing him next month."
Lord Attenborough, who received two Academy
Awards in 1983 for the film Gandhi, will conduct a master class for staff and
students during his visit. He will then receive an Honorary Doctorate of
Drama."We are also delighted that Lord Attenborough will come to work with our
students and are saluting his contribution to our culture, society and economy,"
Mr Wallace added.
I also thought I'd congratulate Barack Obama and all of America on his historic win last night. It was amazing.
Tuesday, 4 November 2008
Monday, 3 November 2008
Tu 11/4: Craig is sworn in as a United States citizen, Kristen Bell, the Wicked Tinkers (R 2/4/08)
We 11/5: Paris Hilton, Dr. Drew Pinsky
Th 11/6: Elizabeth Banks
Fr 11/7: Christian Slater, Eric Hutchinson