cover story, Hugh Jackman threw his weight behind “Deadpool,” making the case for why the comic-book tentpole starring Ryan Reynolds should be a prominent awards contender (and it might be — following its Writers Guild of America nomination this week).Jackman also spoke to about retiring his claws as Wolverine in “Logan,” out this spring, and if he’d ever come back as the character. It was the writer’s strike, so we couldn’t have a writer.[It's] like you suggesting I won the chook raffle.
said Sunday in a statement, in line with the $86 million estimate of Box Office
Get Out, from Universal Pictures, came in second place while another new release, Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.’s spiritual drama The Shack, landed in third place.
Hugh Jackman's mouth says he's hanging up his Wolverine claws, but his ripped beach body says otherwise.
Hugh took a dip down in Australia, where someone tried to show him up by flashing even more skin ...
With Logan, Fox is taking a fresh approach to one of its most important movie series, with a darker style and R rating.
Hugh Jackman stars as Wolverine for the last time after eight movies dating back to 2000.
The bit at the end with him kissing my face, I had no idea. I never laughed so hard from the opening titles right through. I loved it when Johnny Depp got recognized for “Pirates of the Caribbean.” The word around Fox was if you’re doing anything with marketing “Deadpool,” you don’t call Ryan’s publicist. I’m hesitating, because I could totally see how that’s the perfect fit. It’s been an unbelievable ride, but it feels right.
Many would consider themselves lucky to be married to the multi-talented, very hunky Hugh Jackman, but "lucky" isn't a word his longtime spouse Deborra-Lee Furness is very fond of.
Hugh does not appear to be an intensely emotional or sentimental person, and he is often unaware of his own or other people's deeper feelings and emotional needs.