This week in Scottish Entertainment / Actor News, Craig Ferguson starts Tweeting, Ewan McGregor announces some US chat show appearances, Jamie Sives’ Triage makes it’s way onto the Festival circuit and Kevin McKidd reveals why his kids made him get involved with the Percy Jackson film.
Craig Ferguson joins the Twitterverse
Ewan McGregor to appear on the Late Show with David Letterman
Summit picks up James McAvoy cancer project
Summit Entertainment has picked up the North American rights to Mandate Pictures’ untitled James McAvoy project.
The film was formerly called I’m With Cancer, and also stars Seth Rogen, Anna Kendrick, and Bryce Dallas Howard, who has just been cast.
Shooting is expected to take place in Vancouver sometime in February.
‘Triage’ to screen at the ICA
Following its first stop in Toronto as part of TIFF Cinematheque in February, the 14th Human Rights Watch International Film Festival, featuring 28 films from 20 countries, will continue on its tour making London the next stop, where Danis Tanovic’s TRIAGE will enjoy its UK premiere screening.
The Human Rights Watch International Film Festival in London runs March 17-26, with TRIAGE screening 8:30 PM March 20th 2010 at the Institute of Contemporary Arts.
To book your tickets for the London screening, click here.
As a reminder, the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival in Toronto runs February 24 – March 6, 2010. To book your tickets for the Toronto screening of TRIAGE, 7:00 PM February 25th, click here.
More ‘Percy Jackson’ interviews with Kevin McKidd
Weekly schedule for Late Show with Craig Ferguson
Tu 2/16: Matt Lucas
We 2/17: Helena Bonham Carter, Sinbad
Th 2/18: Jimmie Johnson
Fr 2/19: Jennifer Tilly, Peter Sagal
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