Britney Spears isn't the only one singing in San Francisco - Hugh Jackman announced plans to perform a series of concert shows in the city by the bay!
The "Wolverine" star will perform at San Francisco's Curran Theatre for a two-week limited engagement, starting on May 3.
The actor - who is no stranger to the theater stage - will treat audiences to a selection of his favorite Broadway and Hollywood favorite musical numbers, while being accompanied by a 17 piece orchestra.
The Tony Award-winning actor was last seen on the stage in 2009 on Broadway in "A Steady Rain," co-starring Daniel Craig. His past stage credits include "The Boy From Oz," "My Fair Lady," "Sunset Boulevard," "Oklahoma!" "Carousel" and Disney's "Beauty and the Beast."
Hugh's next big screen project, "The Wolverine," recently ran into a production snafu when director Darren Aronofsky dropped out of the project. According to an Entertainment Weekly source, the studio does not have a short list of potential replacement directors and is reportedly "in no rush" to hire someone immediately.
Last month at the Oscars, Hugh told Access Hollywood that he was in the midst of his mutant bulk up process.
"I am probably 10 pounds into a 30 pound kind of mountain," Hugh told Access' Billy Bush.
"You've got to put on 20 more? Of all muscle?" Billy asked.
"Yeah. That's the plan. It's no fun," the actor said.
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