Our Favorite Faces Of Ewan McGregor

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Our Favorite Faces Of Ewan McGregor
Two of the most anticipated North American premieres this weekend were Bill Condon's new Beauty and the Beast and Danny Boyle's T2 Trainspotting (seen above), both of which have Ewan McGregor in them.

It's not the first time that he appears in several films simultaneously. He is known to tell people that he sorta-kinda went into acting by accident in the early 90s, but a few years (and some iconic roles) later he was almost ubiquitous, and he currently has over 75 titles in his filmography.

So he is our actor of the week and we want you to tell us what, in your opinion, was his best performance. Was it in a comedy or a thriller? Chime in, in the comments below!

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  • Ard Vijn

    Not so much a performance, but I love him in the behind-the-scenes documentary of EPISODE I: THE PHANTOM MENACE. Giddy as a child to be in STAR WARS, bouncing around like a rubber ball during the stunts...

  • Ben Umstead

    I have an incredible wealth of fondness for his role in Beginners. Meanwhile, his turn opposite Eva Green in David Mackenzie's underrated Perfect Sense is quite something.

  • God of Joy

    always love Ewan. He's been in some wonderful films (I think my earliest memory is Shallow Grave). Even when he is in mediocre projects, his charming and charismatic presence elevates the material.

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  • Todd Harrington

    Wouldn't call it his "best" performance per se, but I'm very fond of BRASSED OFF, a sweet little movie that is oft overlooked.

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