Check out the new trailer for the upcoming Hugh Jackman film The Front Runner, which looks to be some of the actor’s best work yet.
Hugh Jackman plays a presidential candidate in Jason Reitman’s latest biographical dark comedy film The Front Runner, based on a true story.
Hollywood often sets the truth aside in favour of telling a better story. Sometimes the truth doesn’t have that perfect three-act structure they’re looking for, and that’s okay. Alternatively, in some rare cases, the film differs from reality, because the truth is just too insane to believe. For instance, Hugh Glass of The Revenant (2015), did not crawl across the country after being mauled by a bear to seek vengeance for the murder of his son, he just did it because he was pissed at John Fitzgerald; Glass didn’t even have a son.
Check out this cool video analysis of the 2017 Hugh Jackman film Logan, from Movies with Mikey – one of the best-film related YouTube channels around.
Hugh Jackman stars as P.T. Barnum, the man who invented ‘show business’ in this upcoming musical by Australian director Michael Gracey.
With the recent release of Logan, it only seems fitting to publish this look back at Hugh Jackman’s 17 year run as Logan/Wolverine – get the tissues ready.
Logan sees Hugh Jackman reprise his role as Wolverine for the very last time, in what is the best film to come out of the X-Men cinematic universe.
A new retro style poster has just been released for the upcoming Hugh Jackman film Logan featuring some awesome hand-drawn illustrations.
With Logan just around the corner, Fox has released a second trailer for the upcoming film starring Hugh Jackman, in his most recognisable role.
The first trailer for Logan is out, featuring Hugh Jackman’s last turn as Wolverine, along with Patrick Stewart as Charles Xavier, directed by James Mangold.
Today we get our first look at funny-man Stephen Merchant as the mutant Caliban in the upcoming The Wolverine sequel, Logan.
Check out the new teaser poster for Logan – the new title for the upcoming sequel based on the Wolverine character, made famous on-screen by Hugh Jackman.
Hugh Jackman shaves his beard after filming wraps on the followup to The Wolverine, which will see Jackman play the role for the last time.
Chappie is for the most part, an entertaining, action-heavy and comedically twisted romp into the artificial intelligence sub-genre of science fiction.
Rise of the Guardians is a moderately entertaining Dreamworks feature animation film that brings to life the fictional characters involved in the biggest lie told to children around the world.
Wolverine is the first character specific spin-off from the popular X-Men film series. Hugh Jackman reprises his role as the claw-bearing Logan/Wolverine and is joined by Liev Schreiber as his mutant sibling Victor Creed – later known as Sabretooth in the first X-Men film. The film introduces us to these two characters as they fight through each of the main wars in history, inevitably ending up as part of a mutant taskforce headed by William Stryker, played by Danny Huston. Logan walks off on the taskforce after disagreeing with the team’s code of behaviour and finds a peaceful life in the Canadian Rockies with love interest Kayla, played by Lynn Collins. Once Logan’s secluded existence is disrupted by a visit from Victor, he enlists in the Weapon X program, setting off the vendetta between the two mutants over the course of the film.
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