This week in SEAN, a trailer for Robert Carlyle’s new film, news that Ewan McGregor will not be in Madonna’s new film, Alan Cumming and Dougray Scott join separate CBS dramas and Gerard Butler gets presented with a new kilt by Ellen and then hangs out with Craig Ferguson at the Dragon premiere.

‘I Know You Know’ trailer featuring Robert Carlyle

Written and directed by Justin Kerrigan, I Know You Know stars Robert Carlyle as “Charlie, a highly charged individual on the edge. He’s an undercover agent, always on an important mission, always on the move. Jamie (Arron Fuller), his son, is fascinated by his father’s espionage work until the world of spies becomes all too real. Charlie is unpredictable and explosive, yet kind-hearted and fiercely protective of his Jamie who hero-worships him.”

The full length trailer was unveiled a few days ago, and the film is set for a limited April 9 release in the UK. Check out the trailer below.

Gerard Butler on Jay Leno and Ellen DeGeneres + more

You can check out Gerard’s appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno below.






Gerard’s appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show earlier today courtesy of gbgals.

David Tennant narrates ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ featurette

David Tennant voiced the character Spitelout in How to Train Your Dragon and now you can listen to him narrate the featurette “Intro to Dragons”. The animated film is opens in Australia and the US now, and in the UK on March 31.

Ewan McGregor not in new Madonna movie; may have small part in ‘Nanny McPhee’

Ewan McGregor had reportedly signed up for Madonna’s new film W.E., but a representative for Ewan says that he is not doing the film. Thanks to Mandy for the information.

Ewan McGregor’s involvement in Madonna’s “W.E.” first swirled after Perez Hilton reported the story. The blogger wrote, “McGregor will play Edward VIII who abdicated the throne in 1936 to marry American divorcee Wallis Simpson. We absolutely adore her as a musical artist, but we’re not holding our breath for a hit film. But maybe she’ll prove us wrong with these casting choices?” [AcesShowbiz]


It appears that Ewan has a small part in Nanny McPhee & The Big Bang, the sequel to the 2005 film. The film opened on Friday, March 26 in the UK. A film synopsis is below.

This time Maggie Gyllenhaal is single mum Isabel Green (hubbie Ewan McGregor is off to fight the Hun in WW2) with three out of control nippers to contend with and two insufferably posh evacuee cousins about to arrive on their farm. Also in the cast are Rhys Ifans as Isabel’s spivvish brother-in-law, Maggie Smith plays a docile shop owner and Ralph Fiennes is a stiff-upper lipped War Office commander. [The List]

TV casting news: Alan Cumming and Dougray Scott join CBS

According to TV Guide, Alan Cumming is set to return to CBS’ The Good Wife as a series regular. He is currently guest starring as Eli Gold, a campaign manager for State Attorney Peter Florrick (Chris Noth).

Dougray Scott was recently cast in The Quinn-Tuplets, another CBS drama. The show is about “five adult quintuplets (Amber Tamblyn, Anna Chlumsky, David Giantoli, Kenneth Mitchell and Sam Witwer), whose entire childhood was documented on TV.” Dougray Scott will play, Michael Adatto, the filmmaker of the documentary who married their mother.

Gerard Butler and Craig Ferguson at the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ premiere

Gerard Butler and Craig Ferguson attended last week’s How To Train Your Dragon premiere in California. Red carpet photos are below.



Weekly schedule for Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

Mo 3/29: Joel McHale, Ben McKenzie
Tu 3/30: Greg Kinnear, Amanda Righetti
We 3/31: Wanda Sykes, Anna Torv
Th 4/1: Robin Williams, Jonathan Dancy
Fr 4/2: John Corbett, Joss Stone

www.cbs.com/late_late_show

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Comments

  1. Adore, adore, ADORE Craig Ferguson. Only Jimmy Kimmel comes close to being as intelligent and funny as he is. He is the ONLY late night show host who gets me to laugh out loud every single night — and laugh hugely (and it’s not a “Scottish thing” — I’m an American).

    I ask myself why he isn’t the biggest late-night guy on TV — and then I realize it’s obvious: he’s much too intelligent and witty to appeal to TV viewers.

  2. Been following your Gerry Butler videos for a while just to see how his Scottish accent is slowly disappearing. And yep, I think its gone now. Bit of a shame as Ewans and Big Seans never really have changed.