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Spanx and lots of French fries helped Ewan McGregor play brothers in 'Fargo' - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Ewan McGregor crawled out of Scotland's filthiest toilet in "Trainspotting," mastered the light saber as Obi-Wan Kenobi and tripped the light fantastic in "Moulin Rouge!" But there's nothing quite like learning how to talk Minnesotan. "It's the hardest ...and more »

Fargo: Season Three - slantmagazine

Throughout Fargo's first two seasons, showrunner Noah Hawley proved to be a consummate disciple of not just the film on which the series is adapted, but Joel and Ethan Coen's entire oeuvre. Indeed, one of the joys of watching the FX series is seeking ...and more »

In Fargo Season 3, a Family Feud Turns Bloody - The Atlantic

This post contains some spoilers for the first episode of Fargo Season 3. Wednesday's third-season premiere of Fargo began as so many Fargo storylines have before: with an apparently senseless and possibly deadly twist of fate. A frightened-looking man ...and more »

Brother vs. brother in brilliant 'Fargo' Season 3 -

The road back to “Fargo” leads through East Berlin, 1988. A terrified man is called before a uniformed officer who insists that he is someone else, someone guilty of a horrible crime. To the man's protests, the officer responds that “this is a problem ...and more »

Can 'Fargo' Reinvent Itself Again For Season Three? - UPROXX

The first two seasons of Fargo were magic, inspiring joy and awe and a constant question of how anyone in the world could have pulled this off. Adapting one of the greatest and most distinct films by the idiosyncratic Coen brothers into a TV series ...and more »

TV Review: 'Fargo' Season 3 on FX - Variety

“Fargo” is a pointillist's dream. In the third season of the anthology series, so many tiny details stand out: There are the perfectly mussed curls of a self-important executive's hair, which is either inartfully permed or naturally sports a douche-y ...and more »

Fargo showrunner reveals season 3 origins -

Fargo returns Wednesday for its highly anticipated third season, which sees Ewan McGregor playing dual starring roles (EW gave the first episode a rare “A” grade). Below, Fargo's Emmy-winning showrunner Noah Hawley takes our burning questions about ...and more »

Inside Ewan McGregor's 'Fargo' Double Duty: Spanx, Fat Suits, and Donald Trump - Daily Beast

Ewan McGregor loves Spanx. They started as a necessity. They became a joy. He recently asked a stranger to take a photo of him posed in front of a Spanx store at an airport. “I'm doing their next campaign, I think,” he laughs. At the moment, McGregor ...and more »

Review: 'Fargo' Sees Double in a Setting That's Now Familiar - New York Times

Minnesota in “Fargo,” if not in life, is the land of 10,000 quirks. As the third season commences on Wednesday, it's fair to ask whether this FX anthology of homespun murder has used up all of them. Among the similarities between this and the first two ...and more »

'Fargo' Season 3 Premiere: Brothers, Who Art Thou? - New York Times

Let's start with a long — though by no means comprehensive — list of Coen Brothers references in the Season 3 premiere of “Fargo”: • The repeated use of the word “vouch” in the first scene with Emmit Stussy and Sy Feltz recalls Shep Proudfoot in the ...and more »