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Hugh attended the premiere events for Chappie in New York, Berlin and Paris the past week, here are some photos:

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March 8th, 2015

Chappie Stills & Posters

Chappie is now in Theaters in US and here are some posters and stills:

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In one of those magical moments that often seems to happen on the Tonight Show, Hugh Jackman and Chris Hemsworth put on wigs to play a game of musical beers. Jackman was appearing on the Tonight Show to promote his upcoming movie Chappie, which opens in theaters in this weekend.

Meanwhile, Hemsworth is in New York to guest host Saturday Night Live, and he stopped by the Tonight Show along with several SNL cast members. When he arrived on the stage, Hemsworth noticed Jackman’s wig and asked for a wig of his own, which Fallon happily provided. The two superhero actors then mugged for the camera, providing the closest thing that fans are likely to see to a Wolverine and Thor team-up.

In the musical beers game, contestants walked around a table, stopping when the music stopped. If the contestant had a beer in front of them, then they had to drink it. If they didn’t have a beer in front of them, then they were out of the game. While Fallon ultimately won the game, Hemsworth lasted longer than Jackman, snatching a beer right out of Wolverine’s claws.


Hugh is doing Press Junkets for Chappie, which is set for release in US on March, here are some interviews.

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February 12th, 2015

First Poster & Still for Chappie

Hugh attended a Press Conference and Photocall for his upcoming movie Chappie, here are photos:

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As The River prepares for its final curtain, which comes down this Sunday, its headlining star, Hugh Jackman, is already getting ready for his next Broadway stage performance.

According to the New York Post, Jackman is preparing a brand-new solo show to display the dancing chops he exhibited in his Tony-winning performance as Peter Allen in The Boy From Oz. The production will reprise his collaboration with choreographer Warren Carlyle (After Midnight), who directed Jackman’s first Broadway solo show, Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway.

“I want to do something that’s going to challenge me in a different way,” he told the Post. “And, as a 46-year-old guy, I realize there are limited years left for the kind of dancing I want to do, to push myself as far as I can go.”

Jackman and Carlyle first met in 1988 during a London production of Oklahoma! The actor performed the role of Curly while Carlyle assisted director Susan Stroman, and, according to Jackman, offered personalized dance training. Nearly three decades later, the pair will be picking up where they left off — and Broadway audiences are excited to see the final result.


Possible new project for Hugh. Via EmpireOnline:

There are some news stories that simply make you stop and say, “wait… WHAT?” The idea of Hugh Jackman appearing in a film about Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards is one of those. But it’s apparently true, with Kingsman: The Secret Service’s Taron Egerton reportedly set to strap the skis on to star as possibly the most famous wannabe Olympian of the 1980s.

This comes from The Daily Mail’s Baz Bamigboye, not a man known for making such things up, even as we needed eyebrow surgery to correct the arch that appeared. And the idea of an Eddie The Eagle film has been in the works for years – the last time we heard anything of it, Father Ted’s Declan Lowney was attached to direct and Steve Coogan was on to play Eddie. Now, though, it appears they’re pitching the role younger, and Dexter Fletcher will be calling the shots.

Edwards, in case the name doesn’t ring any Ski Sunday cowbells, was the first person ever to represent the UK in the ski jump – at the Olympics in Calgary in 1988. Ranked 55th in the world, Edwards was completely self-funded (he worked as a plasterer to make ends meet) and was the sole applicant to represent Blighty. Once there, his weight (nine pounds more than the next contestant), lack of financial support, long-sightedness (which required him to wear glasses that frequently fogged during the competition) and fear of heights rather affected his medal chances, and he finished last in both his events. Still, his good spirits and can-do attitude won him fans around the world, leading to a brief pop career and, now, this biopic.

Assuming he’s definitely aboard, Jackman would be Chuck Berghorn, a ski expert who helped him train, with Timothy Spall wanted for another key role, that of Eddie’s dad. It’s supposed to be kicking off shooting in the spring, so we’ll see the Eagle can soar into cinemas at last.

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