After the merger with Fox and Disney, Marvel’s parent company, questions still remain about the fate of X-Men in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Reports revealed that Marvel boss Kevin Feige would like Hugh Jackman back as Wolverine for a number of projects, including the upcoming “Secret Wars” film.
Following Hugh Jackman’s retirement as Wolverine/Logan, the buzz is getting louder for Taron Egerton as the potential replacement. The actor, who recently starred in “Rocketman,” opened up to talk about taking on the iconic role.
Playing opposite multi-talented actor Zac Efron as Anne Wheeler is another fast-ascending young star, Zendaya in the big screen musical “The Greatest Showman” along with Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams, Keala Settle and Rebecca Ferguson.
From Academy Award winners Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, lyricists of La La Land comes the bold and original musical “The Greatest Showman” with a stellar cast that includes Hugh Jackman as P.T. Barnum, Zac Efron as Phillip Carlisle, Michelle Williams as Charity Barnum, Rebecca Ferguson as Jenny Lind, Zendaya as Anne and Keala Settle as Lettie, the movie directed by Michael Gracey.
Prep up for the most wonderful time at the movies as 20th Century Fox teases with the initial trailer of “The Greatest Showman” starring an exciting cast of performers led by Academy Award nominee Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron, Academy Award nominee Michelle Williams and Zendaya.
Following the teaser poster reveal, the trailer of Hugh Jackman’s most anticipated latest Wolverine movie entitled “Logan” has just been revealed, showing an older Logan at a time where fellow mutants no longer exist. Trailer (Phils.)
Hugh Jackman finally revealed the official title of the latest Wolverine movie as “Logan” along with a teaser poster showing his bruised claw held by a much smaller hand.
The final installment of in the saga of “Wolverine” is finally coming to theaters in 2017. By this time, Hugh Jackman will be ready to hang his claws after playing the character for almost 18 years. With the actor ready to give up the iconic role, someone who has worked in DC Comics before is said to be willing to take over as Wolverine.
“Beauty and the Beast” isn’t coming to theaters in 2017, but Luke Evans, who plays Gaston in the live action movie, showed off why he’s the right choice for the part. The actor was a recent guest on a British talk show hosted by Jonathan Rosse and he had a sing-off with Hugh Jackman.
The live musical production of “Grease” on Fox has just picked their lead actor. Aaron Tveit will be playing the role of Danny Zuko in the special presentation.