Ewan McGregor is a Scottish actor and director. His first professional role was in British TV series ‘Lipstick on Your Collar’ which aired in 1993. His first notable role was of Alex Law in 1994’s ‘Shallow Grave’, directed by Danny Boyle. 1996 was a big year for him as he had four movies coming out that year. He played Jerome in “The Pillow Book’, Andy in ‘Brassed Off’, and Frank Churchill in ‘Emma’. But the role which brought him into the public light was of Renton in ‘Trainspotting’. The movie was loved by the critics and the audience alike, with special mentions of McGregor for his amazing performance. The movie has become a cult classic over time and sequel to it titled ‘T2 Trainspotting’ was released in 2017.
In 1997, McGregor starred as Martin Bells in ‘Nightwatch’, Meneer Chrome in ‘The Serpent’s Kiss’, and Robert Lewis in ‘A Life Less Ordinary’. He then played Curt Wild In 1998’s ‘Velvet Goldmine’. McGregor received worldwide recognition in 1999 when he starred as Obi-Wan Kenobi in ‘Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace’. He then starred again as Obi-Wan Kenobi in 2002’s ‘Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones’ and in ‘Star Wars: Episode III –Revenge of the Sith’ which released in 2005. Although the Star Wars prequel trilogy was not liked either fans or critics, McGregor’s performance was appreciated by both.
In 2001, McGregor starred opposite Nicole Kidman in ‘Moulin Rouge’ as Christian. He received a Golden Globe nomination for this role and the film was also a big hit. He also starred as Grimes in ‘Black Hawk Down’, which too released in 2001 and was also a big success. McGregor then starred as Catcher Block in “Down with Love’ and as Joe Taylor in ‘Young Adam’, both of which released in 2003. He then played the young Ed Bloom in the critically-acclaimed movie ‘Big Fish’ which too released in 2003. He received a lot of praise for his performance in the movie from critics as well as the audience.
Michael Bay is known for working with big-budget sci-fi movies and McGregor bagged the lead role in his 2006’s ‘The Island’, opposite Scarlett Johansson. He did a lot of movies in the following years leading up to the 2009 film ‘Angels & Demons’. In the movie, he played Camerlengo Patrick McKenna for which he received wide appreciation. He appeared as Dr. Alfred Jones in 2011’s ‘Salmon Fishing in the Yemen’, a role for which he received his second Golden Globe Nomination. McGregor starred as Henry in 2012’s ‘The Impossible’, Bill Fordham in 2013’s ‘August: Osage County’, and Brendan Lynch in ‘Son of a Gun’, which released in 2014.
In 2016, McGregor made his directorial debut with a film named ‘American Pastoral’. The movie received mixed reviews but was hit among audiences. He gave the performance of his life in the third season of the TV series ‘Fargo’ which aired in 2017. McGregor played the role of twin brothers Emmit and Ray Stussy for which he won a Golden Globe. He then played Cole in ‘Zoe’ and Christopher Robin in ‘Christopher Robin’, both films released in 2018. Now you must be wondering what movies is he going to be seen next? Well, below is a list of all his movies releasing soon. Hoping these are as good as his previous works.
At this point, the question that might be circling your mind is what and when is the next Ewan McGregor movie coming? Well, the good news is that we have a clear answer to that question. Here’s the list of upcoming Ewan McGregor films scheduled to release in 2019 and 2020. We can only hope that the latest Ewan McGregor movies would be as good as some of his recent ones.