Hugh Jackman Finally Shows Off His Musical ‘Showman’ Skills

THE GREATEST SHOWMANHugh Jackman is best known for his more serious roles, especially his career-defining role as Wolverine in the X-Men franchise. So it may come as a surprise to see him dancing and singing in his new movie, The Greatest Showman. But while those are skills he hasn’t shown off in his movie career, he actually did quite a bit of work in musical stage productions before coming to Hollywood, and he’s thrilled that he finally gets to do a movie musical.

Hugh Jackman stars with Michelle Williams, Zac Efron, and Zendaya in The Greatest Showman, which is now in theaters.

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Ryan Seacrest: No Party Lines On New Year’s Eve, Just One Big Party!

148213_0124While we’ll always miss Dick Clark counting down to the New Year, Ryan Seacrest is once again carrying on Clark’s grand tradition with ABC’s annual New Year’s Eve special. And the thing Seacrest likes best about hosting the show? For a few hours, he feels like the entire world actually comes together in one big celebration. (Click on the media bar below to hear Ryan Seacrest)

Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2018 airs Sunday, December 31 (duh!) starting at 8/7c on ABC.

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Forget The Swamp — Would Dwayne Johnson Bring The Jungle To Washington?

ddp_7418These days, it seems like you can’t talk about Dwayne Johnson without using the words “potential Presidential candidate.” The talk of a Rock run at the Oval Office has reached a fever pitch, and the actor himself hasn’t done anything to quash the rumors. Far from it — when we sat down with him to talk about his new movie, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, he even talked about the roles his co-stars could play in the possible Johnson administration.

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, with all its fun and games, is playing in theaters now.

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For ‘The Last Jedi’ Director, Watching Carrie Fisher Got Emotional

ep8-ff-005232Shooting on Star Wars: The Last Jedi wrapped in July 2016, five months before the tragic passing of Carrie Fisher. Fisher’s death made post-production work more difficult for director Rian Johnson, who had often turned to her for story advice as they were filming. Johnson told us that losing Fisher changed the way he looked at the footage during the editing process.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is playing now in theaters all across the galaxy.

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A Cry To Remember: Mandy Moore’s Fans Still Talk The ‘Walk’

NUP_179602_0594.JPGIf you watch an episode of This Is Us, you know there’s a pretty good chance you’ll shed a tear or two at some point during the episode. That really doesn’t surprise Mandy Moore at all. What does surprise her is how often people tell her how one of her old movies — 2002’s A Walk To Remember — affected them emotionally. (Click on the media bar below to hear Mandy Moore)

This Is Us returns with new episodes Tuesday, February 27 at 9/8c on NBC.

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