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Awards Watch: Ewan McGregor Describes Filming Scene with Tsunami Survivors in 'The Impossible'

Posted by Derrick Deane on December 17, 2012

The latest episode of The Frontrunners is here. Today, Ewan McGregor sits down to chat about a pivotal scene in his upcoming film The Impossible that featured real-life tsunami survivors.

The film centers on a family who is vacationing in Thailand during Christmas when a massive tsunami hits and changes their lives forever. Generating solid awards buzz thanks to strong performances by McGregor and co-star Naomi Watts, The Impossible gets a limited release this Friday.

If you've missed our other Frontrunners episodes, jump on over to our Awards Watch Guide where you'll find interviews with Richard Gere, Keira Knightley, Ben Affleck and Amy Adams.

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