Celebrities expressed sorrow after the death of Sean Connery, the original "James Bond."
Sophie Turner and James McAvoy also made appearances as part of the Global Citizen: Unite For Our Future benefit
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively have announced that they’ve donated $1 million to two hunger relief organizations on the frontlines helping some of the most vulnerable populations during the coronavirus pandemic. "I think we can all agree, Covid-19 is an a-hole," Reynolds wrote on his Twitter feed. "If you can help, visit, http://FeedingAmerica.org and/or http://FoodBanksCanada.ca." […]
The Scottish actor was all set to play Wolverine in the "X-Men" movies — until co-star Tom Cruise said no.
A boy whose mother posted a now-viral video about her son being bullied at school now has Wolverine and Luke Skywalker at his back.
Celebrities from Kylie Jenner to Australia’s own Chris Hemsworth have been making gigantic donations to relief efforts.
If Taron Egerton is secretly in negotiations to play Wolverine in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he's doing a good job hiding it.
Following her Emmy win for her performance on "Westworld," Thandie Newton is joining the feature directorial debut of the show's co-creator. Sources tell Variety that Newton is set to join Hugh Jackman and Rebecca Ferguson in Warner Bros.' "Reminiscence," directed by "Westworld's" Lisa Joy. WB acquired the rights to the package after this year's Berlin […]
Danny DeVito fans are now calling for the "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" star to take over the high-profile role of superhero Wolverine.
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Hugh Jackman's Sir Lionel Frost and Zach Galifianakis's Mr. Link cross paths for the first time in an exclusive clip from "Missing Link."
Sutton Foster, the two-time Tony Award winner and breakout star of “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” is returning to Broadway to star opposite Hugh Jackman in a revival of “The Music Man,” producer Scott Rudin announced Monday.Foster has been on a six-year hiatus from the Broadway stage, but she will star as Marian Paroo in the new production of Meredith Wilson’s “The Music Man,” which is directed by Jerry Zaks. Warren Carlyle is choreographing, and performances will begin on Sept. 9, 2020 and it will officially open on Oct. 22, 2020 at a Shubert theatre to be announced.“There were bells on a hill but I never heard them ringing. No, I never heard them at all. Till there was Hugh,” Foster said in a statement.Also Read: Hugh Jackman to Star as Harold Hill in 'The Music Man' Broadway RevivalIn addition to “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” Foster has also starred in “The Drowsy Chaperone,” “Little Women,” “Shrek The Musical” and “Violet.” She currently stars on the show “Younger.”Jackman, who plays Professor Harold Hill in the new production, also welcomed Foster to the cast in a tweet, along with a photo of them dancing together at the Tony Awards.“The Music Man” reunites the creative team of the recent revival of “Hello, Dolly!” starring Bette Midler. In addition to Rudin, Zaks and Carlyle, Santo Loquasto (Scenic & Costume Design), Natasha Katz (Lighting Design), Scott Lehrer (Sound Design), and David Chase (Dance Arrangements) are all part of the revival. Jonathan Tunick will create orchestrations, and Patrick Vaccariello joins the team as “The Music Man’s” musical director.Read original story Sutton Foster Joins Hugh Jackman in Broadway’s ‘The Music Man’ Revival At TheWrap
Hugh Jackman will return to Broadway in an upcoming revival of Meredith Willson's "The Music Man." It marks Jackman's first musical role in more than a decade, which should make it a hot ticket. His last one, "The Boy From Oz," resulted in a Tony Award for best actor. Jackman will play con man Harold […]
The ongoing online feud between Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds came to a hilarious, dramatic end on Wednesday. The two X-Men universe stars have been playful frenemies online for months but recently declared a “truce” in their internet war. In a new video where they agreed to bury the hatchet, Reynolds looked like he would come out the bigger man … that is until Jackman got the last laugh. Reynolds and Jackman agreed to make advertisements for each others’ brands: Reynolds did one for Jackman’s Laughing Man Coffee, and Jackman created a pitch for Reynolds’s Aviation Gin — or so he claimed. Also Read: Ryan Reynolds Is Set to Walk Down the Aisle in Lionsgate's 'Shotgun Wedding' “Can a coffee be a superhero,” Reynolds asked in a slick, professional-looking and even inspirational coffee advertisement that Reynolds boasted cost $1 million. “And Hugh could be behind such a Hugh-oic company? My friend, Hugh Jackman.” Surely Jackman’s was just as sincere, right? Also Read: Don't Worry, Marvel Will Continue Making R-Rated 'Deadpool' Movies “Ryan Reynolds is a complete and total [bleep],” Jackman said in his ad. “The gin’s pretty great though. I’ll have to try it some day.” He then tips the bottle over on its side and lets it spill all over a table as he smirks into the camera in self-satisfaction. Also Read: Ryan Reynolds Trolls Hugh Jackman With Fake Political Smear Ad (Video) Who could’ve asked for a better end to this brilliant, fake feud? Perhaps someday they can revive their feud for real in an R-rated “Wolverine vs. Deadpool” movie. Watch the “truce” video above. Read original story Hugh Jackman Gets the Last Laugh Over Ryan Reynolds in Online Feud (Video) At TheWrap
Ryan Reynolds enjoys trolling people on Twitter, and he especially relishes a good hit at Hugh Jackman. The "X-Men" star is happy to tease him right back.
Emma, 7, who lives in Dublin, Ireland, has her mother, Jacqueline Cooney, to thank for Hugh Jackman's video message to her.
Fancy dress parties are always a tricky one. You've got to try and gauge the mood. Sometimes people will go all out; sometimes they'll make a token effort; and sometimes, if they're really mean, they'll trick you into thinking you have to dress up when you actually don't. SEE ALSO: 69 times Ryan Reynolds was hands down the funniest actor on Twitter Ryan Reynolds' latest Instagram post provides tragic proof of this last option: View this post on Instagram These fucking assholes said it was a sweater party. 🎄 A post shared by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds) on Dec 20, 2018 at 6:47pm PST Swipe right on that picture for one where Jackman and Gyllenhaal are laughing even harder.
After opening in limited release on Election Day, Nov. 6, 'The Front Runner' expands nationwide this week, giving 21st-century moviegoers an opportunity to experience a seismic moment in 20th-century American political history.
Everyone loves a good Hollywood feud, even if it’s not exactly real. Hugh Jackman took the opportunity at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, where he was being honored with the Kirk Douglas Award for Excellence in Film, to take a shot at John Krasinski and Ryan Reynolds, who ganged up on him on social […]