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Oct 23 13 7:09 AM
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Oct 25 13 6:55 AM
Writer Irvine Welsh, whose book Filth is the basis for McAvoy's
latest film, recently alleged he and the actor were discussing sexual
abuse when McAvoy expressed an interest in portraying Savile, the
children's TV host who was unmasked as a paedophile following his death
Welsh told Radio Times magazine, "(McAvoy told me), 'If you ever write about it, I'd love to play Jimmy Savile'."
However, a spokeswoman for the Scottish star has distanced the
actor from the claims, telling The Daily Record, "James did not make
that statement. He has never expressed an interest in playing the role
of Jimmy Savile."
Savile was a beloved figure for his 50-year broadcasting career and
wide-ranging charity work, but an inquiry into abuse allegations after
his death ruled he had molested 450 victims, including 30 children,
throughout the years.
Mar 13 14 4:16 AM
Yes, it's true. James has a cameo in the new Muppets movie--Muppets Most Wanted. Here's a short interview w/ James in costume (tried to embed, but couldn't):
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"There’s a part I’ve been offered and really want to do, but I was worried about taking it because the character is a proper mental case. And I feel like it’s been a couple of years of solely playing mental cases,” says McAvoy.
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£15 Mondays returns for Trafalgar Transformed Season 2. As with Season 1, all tickets will be £15 on Mondaysperformances. Half of these will be made available through a special outreach scheme, targeted towards schools and first-time theatregoers. The other half will be released monthly to the public on the first day of each month, starting on 1 July 2014, and will be available online or at Trafalgar Studios box office. - See more at: http://trafalgartransformed.com/about#sthash.z4CPlHe0.dpuf
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"We have a script that’s getting pretty good,” Platt explained. “To do a sequel when it wasn’t really set up for a sequel–one of our main characters dies in it. You don’t want to just retread a similar story, but when we get the script to a certain bar, there will be a sequel. It’s taken a while because it’s challenging, as I said, because we lost a main, main character, so where that James McAvoy character goes now… we have good ideas though. It’s coming along.” Since the original graphic novel (which was released as a mini-series) was an all-in-one story, we were curious about how involved Marc Millar would be the story for the sequel or if he even might do a second series. “He’s always going to be involved but he’s not going to write the screenplay which is far along, as I said, but he’s always going to be involved because the tone he puts forth is so much his tone and I think the film captured that dark humor of his really well.”
Apr 20 15 5:34 AM
A 'B List' for the role included James McAvoy, Robert Pattinson, Gerard Butler, Colin Firth, Hugh Grant and another Irish actor, 'Fifty Shades of Grey' star Jamie Dornan.
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