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Ewan McGregor worried he wasn't 'Scottish enough' for role in Trainspotting sequel

Daily Record Saturday, 14 January 2017
Ewan McGregor worried he wasn't 'Scottish enough' for role in Trainspotting sequelThe actor, who plays Mark Renton in the sequel to the 1996 cult classic, feared he'd been away too long from Scotland to be convincing in the part.
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News video: ‘Trainspotting’ – the sequel

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It has taken 20 years but director Danny Boyle has finally managed to reunite the cast of his ground breaking 1996 cult film ‘Trainspotting’. Ewan McGregor, Robert Carlyle, Johnny Lee Miller and Ewan Bremner were all there on the orange carpet for the premiere in Edinburgh. The original...

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