Ewan McGregor Talks About Directing “American Pastoral” 


Ewan McGregor makes his directorial debut with the adaptation of Philip Roth’s Pulitzer-prize winning novel “American Pastoral.” What compelled McGregor to direct? See the actor’s passion in this interview for “American Pastoral.”



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Jennifer Connelly Talks About “American Pastoral” 


Jennifer Connelly stars as Dawn Levov in Ewan McGregor’s adaptation of the Pulitzer-prize winning novel by Philip Roth. I sat down with the Oscar winner to talk about her character and the film.



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Dakota Fanning Interview for “American Pastoral” 


Dakota Fanning is all grown up and she is playing a shocking but heartfelt character in Ewan McGregor’s “American Pastoral.” I sat down with the actress to talk about her interest in making the film, her character of Merry, and her passion!



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Uzo Aduba Talks About “American Pastoral” 


Uzo Aduba, Suzanne 'Crazy Eyes' Warren of the hit Netflix show “Orange is the New Black, stars as Vicky in Ewan McGregor’s “American Pastoral.” I was so happy to meet the actress for the press junket for the film, and she was a sweetheart! In this interview, we talked about her interest in making the film, her character, and working with McGregor.



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Timothy Spall Interview for “Denial” 


The incredible English character actor, Timothy Spall (Peter Pettigrew in the “Harry Potter” franchise), stars in “Denial” playing the real-life David Irving, a Holocaust denier who sued American author Deborah Lipstadt for libel. Check out my interview with the actor. “Denial” opens wide on Oct. 21st.



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