Hugh Jackman and his Yellow Ticket-of-Leave

March 21, 2012 || Written by Kristina in Film News, Gallery, Les Misérables || 1 Comment »

More photos of Hugh Jackman as Jean Valjean have surfaced, these from March 21st. According to various tweets, he and the Les Miserables film crew were in Ewelme, South Oxfordshire to film a very poignant scene from the musical: “Valjean’s Soliloquy”! Check out a video of Hugh on set below, in which you can hear a solitary but all-important word from the song:

According to Frances Ruffelle’s official Twitter, Les Mis will be shooting at Pinewood tomorrow (filming “Lovely Ladies”) — so further photos will probably be scarce for a bit.

One Response to “Hugh Jackman and his Yellow Ticket-of-Leave”

  1. It is definitely in the church yard and there were other shots of a uniformed “police man” + Colm as the Bishop. So it is probably the arrest / forgiveness scene and then the “What Have I Done?” soliloquy (I’ll escape now from the world, the world of Jean Val Jean)- If they are trying to go straight through then “At the End of the Day and then Lovely Ladies” would make sense.

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