McGregor to portray accountant in thriller

McGregor to portray accountant in thriller

Star Wars star teams up with Hugh Jackman in New York film

Filming will begin next week in New York on a new thriller, which will centre
around an ‘accounting consultant’ played by Star Wars and Trainspotting star,
Ewan McGregor.

According to reports from Hollywood, McGregor will team up with Hugh Jackman
and Michelle Williams in ‘The Tourist’, a psychological thriller set in
clandestine New York City sex clubs.

McGregor plays an accounting consultant who, while passing from one job to
another, meets a charismatic, womanising lawyer (played by Jackman) who
personifies everything the accountant wishes he could be.

Jackman’s character then introduces him to a mysterious sex club known as The
List, but McGregor’s character soon becomes the prime suspect in a woman’s
disappearance and a multi-million dollar heist.

Filming begins on 13 October in New York.

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