Tag Archives: james mcavoy
James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain fall in and out of love in the first trailer for The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, a somewhat experimental exercise in storytelling where the same story is told from his and hers perspectives. This was …
Step One: Drink I found out a week beforehand that I’d been invited to attend the Red Carpet Premier of the film in New York on Saturday, May 10th by the sponsoring company for the gala world tour, TCL. The …
Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman has been a TV show, a novel, a comic, a radio play, a stage play, and I wouldn’t be surprised if it has been a puppet show in some form or other. It’s immensely popular for …
All of mutantkind is here. Well, more or less. This is a phenomenal amount of X-people.
James McAvoy is playing a real monster of a man in Filth. We talked about the character, about the book, about its adaptation and about fear and mental illness.
The new Irvine Welsh adaptation with James McAvoy, Jamie Bell and Jim Broadbent.
If Filth works, a lot of the thanks will be due to James McAvoy. He’s got a hell of a lead role to pull off, playing the corrupt cop Bruce Robinson, a man who ends up investigating his own crimes and trying to cover his tracks.
Here’s Charles Xavier and a couple of his fellow mutants in the oh-so-shiny corridor that did, does or will lead to Cerebro. Prequels can be wriggly like that. UPDATE: Sorry, it’s gone, at the request of Kasimira C. Verdi, courtesy …
James McAvoy stars in Jon S. Baird’s adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s novel. This definitely NSFW.
Gaiman promised – no, threatened, almost – to give us a Neverwhere movie with Cumberbatch.
Here’s Charles Xavier in all of his… well, this isn’t glory.
“Pervert. Alcoholic. Psycho. Rude. And Cop.”
The promise of sideburns for X-Men: Days of Future Past and Danny Boyle’s surprise at his own next project.
One of Britain’s bona fide movie stars on three of his big roles for this year.
Bryan Singer has amped up his Twitter teasing.
The first episode of Dirk Maggs’ adaptation of Neverwhere, Neil Gaiman’s underLondon fantasia on the disenfranchised will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 this Saturday.
Welcome to the Punch is a glossy, shiny UK-set and produced action film with James McAvoy, Mark Strong and far more shooting and scrapping than British cinema can usually be bothered with.
In fact, James McAvoy has had a few things to say of note just lately.