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Enjoying some time off from work, Hugh Jackman walked his daughter home from school with his wife Deborra-Lee Furness on Wednesday (April 10).
The "Les Misérables" star was dressed casually in a burgundy T-shirt and blue jeans as he held onto their dog's leash, while Ava and her friend skipped ahead.
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Making his way to the east coast, Hugh Jackman arrived on a flight at JFK International Airport in New York City this afternoon (April 5).
The “Australia” actor looked hunky as he strolled out of the terminal after having flown in from Atlanta, Georgia earlier in the morning.
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It’s going to be one of the hottest films of the summer, and “The Wolverine” just released a pair of new promotional trailers.
Both the domestic and international teasers are now available, giving fans a little appetizer prior to the July 26th release.
X-Men fans are chomping at the bit for the release of “The Wolverine,” and now there’s a tasty tidbit from the film’s trailer online.
This week, MTV released a 20-second preview of the promotional clip, including an extended look at a few of the sequences from the teaser.
It’s one of the most anticipated superhero films of the year, and “The Wolverine” has just teased fans with a smattering of new images.
In two shots, Logan looks for an old friend from his days “in a Nagasaki prison,” according to producer Hutch Parker.
Keeping up his busy schedule, Hugh Jackman has signed on to star in an adaptation of Harlan Coben’s novel “Six Years.”
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Les Miserables hunk will play Jake Fisher, who watches the love of his life marry another man.
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Making the most of the historic evening, a stunning selection of Tinseltown studs showed up at Graydon Carter’s Vanity Fair Oscar Party last night (February 24).
“Lone Ranger” star Armie Hammer cozied up to his beautiful wife Elizabeth Chambers outside the Sunset Tower venue.
In one of the most beautiful performances in recent memory, the 85th Academy Awards held a moving tribute to the movie musical genre.
And none other than “Grease” and “Saturday Night Fever” hunk John Travolta had the honor of introducing the segment at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood earlier tonight (February 24).