This week in SEAN, Alan Cumming, Henry Ian Cusick, David Tennant and Kevin McKidd invade the Emmys, Ewan McGregor’s prison romance film with Jim Carrey finally gets a release date and Big Sean turns 80.

2010 Emmys: Alan Cumming, Henry Ian Cusick, David Tennant, Kevin McKidd

Alan Cumming, Henry Ian Cusick, David Tennant, and Kevin McKidd all attended Sunday night’s 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.

Alan Cumming had been nominated for outstanding guest actor in a drama for his role in The Good Wife; the Emmy went to John Lithgow for his role in Dexter. Alan’s Good Wife co-star, Archie Panjabi won best supporting actress in a drama, so congratulations to her. If you’ve missed the first season of The Good Wife, the DVD debuts September 14 in the US. Photos and video of Alan Cumming at various Emmy events (including the AMC after-party and the Entertainment Tonight Emmy after-party) are below.


Henry Ian Cusick and his wife Annie were also at the ceremony. Thanks to Kathy for sharing some of these photos.

A photo and video of David Tennant on the red carpet:


Finally, Kevin McKidd Online has some photos of Kevin McKidd at the HBO after-party.

‘I Love You Phillip Morris’ to finally open in December

After months of delays, it looks like I Love You Phillip Morris will open on December 3 in North America. In the film, Ewan McGregor and Jim Carrey play two inmates who fall in love in prison. U.S. indie distributor Roadside Attractions picked up the film after recently acquiring Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Biutiful. The trailer is below.


Happy birthday Sean Connery

Sir Sean Connery turned 80 this past week. The Guardian has a retrospective on his life and career for his birthday.

David Tennant in TV magazines + David Tennant and Craig Ferguson’s early TV appearances

David Tennant is featured in a couple of magazines to promote his upcoming BBC drama Single Father. The four part show is set to air in October in the UK, though dates have not yet been confirmed. Tennant News Updates has scans from TV & Satellite Week magazine and this week’s Radio Times.

In other news David Tennant and Craig Ferguson are among the actors who are part of Scottish broadcast company, STV‘s new YouTube channel. STV has made hours of old shows available, including David Tennant’s first TV role in 1988’s Dramarama and Craig Ferguson on STV’s 1993 series The Dirt Detective. The content is all free, but unfortunately it’s only available to UK residents. Luckily, folks outside the UK can watch David’s appearance in Dramarama over at Blogtor Who.

Weekly schedule for Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

Mo 8/30: Adam Goldberg, Chief
Tu 8/31: Don Johnson, Laura Lippman
We 9/1: Jerry Springer
Th 9/2: Anne Heche, Billy Gardell
Fr 9/3: Brooke Shields

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