Ewan McGregor was all set to hit Good Morning Britian on Tuesday to talk T2 Trainspotting—till he found out Piers Morgan would be interviewing him. Over the weekend, the ceaselessly obtuse talking head made a hollow criticism of the historic Women's March on Washington, D.C., which spawned marches in more than 75 other countries around the world. McGregor wasn't down with that.
A little background:
Much of McGregor's recently Twitter timeline consists of stories calling out Donald Trump for various misconducts and specious decisions.
In addition to Morgan bragging that he has five times as many Twitter followers and that McGregor threw a "thespian tantrum" and is "the Kim Jung-un of Hollywood," the '08 Celebrity Apprentice winner published a Daily Mail screed. In it, he targeted the two-time Golden Globe nominee's choice of collaborator back in 2010. "Had we done the interview," Morgan wrote, "I might have asked him how his heroic support for women justified him working for director Roman Polanski, a self-confessed and convicted child abuser, on the film, The Ghostwriter."
He also, in hours of Twitter responses and retweets, sent out stuff like this:
Watch Third Eye Blind, Sir the Baptist, State Champs, Mutemath and more react to Piers Morgan's buddy Donald Trump becoming President of the United States of America: