Jack The Giant Slayer actor Ewan McGregor has stepped up to defend fellow Scot, actor James McAvoy. On Monday morning, BBC magazine show Hardtalk criticized McAvoy, who’s currently starring in a London production of Macbeth, saying he was an example of how movie stars are being used as a ploy to sell tickets. The X-Men: First Class star, 33, is currently playing William Shakespeare’s tragic king at the Trafalgar Studios in the British capital. The BBC show also claimed movie stars tend to accept stage plays when they have a film coming out soon as a way to promote it. McAvoy’s latest film, Trance, opens next month. McGregor, 41, took to Twitter to say, “Hardtalk moaning about celebs in theater. Using James McAvoy as an eg. Ridiculous. Don’t they know he’s a brilliant actor. Come on BBC!” ~Carlos Laron
February 7, 2020 | 2 Comments
DC’s latest entry into their shared universe, Birds of Prey, takes flight thanks to another fantastic turn by star Margot Robbie who leads an equally talented supporting cast.
February 5, 2020 | 1 Comment
Doctor Sleep’s Blu-ray includes the Director’s Cut, revealing unseen footage of the movie, interesting featurettes with Stephen King and other treats for fans.
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Four new movies releasing on DVD and Blu-ray today, including Playing With Fire and Last Christmas. Click here to get all the details on this week’s releases.