Hugh Jackman gave fans a taste of "Wolverine: The Musical"... and it sounds a lot like "Les Miserables." Watch the video!
The spoof came about while Jackman was promoting "X-Men: Days of Future Past" at BBC Radio 1. The hosts handed him a song from the fictional production set to the tune of "Who Am I" from "Les Miz."
The news of Philip Seymour Hoffman’s fatal drug overdose came hours before the Super Bowl on Sunday. Many of the celebrities in attendance talked with “Extra’s" AJ Calloway about the Oscar winner’s sudden death.
“Extra’s” AJ Calloway was with Hugh Jackman as he prepared to host TNT’s annual holiday special, “Christmas in Washington.”
Jackman talked about his recent health scare and whether he’ll do another Wolverine movie.
"Wolverine" star Hugh Jackman made his first red carpet appearance Tuesday night since undergoing skin cancer surgery on his nose.
"Extra" met up with Jackman at the David Lynch Foundation's Change Begins Within gala, where he spoke about his health scare. “I’m feeling relieved, it’s good, cancers all out and I’m very, very grateful to my beautiful wife, who forced me to go and get a checkup… typical man, I was like, ‘Oh I’ll go next week.’”
“Extra” caught up with Deborra-Lee Furness, Hugh Jackman’s wife of 17 years, at the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute's Angels in Adoption Gala in Washington D.C. on Wednesday night. Jackman and Furness, who adopted both of their children, Ava, 8, and Oscar, 13, were honored for their work in shining light on adoption, alongside “Duck Dynasty” Stars Willie and Korie Robertson.Sandra Bullock and Charlize Theron, Deborra-Lee explained, “We all belong to the same club. We have shared this journey. So that’s what I say when I say ‘Let’s talk about adoption.’ It used to be… in the past… secret, or there was a stigma to it. I’m saying now let’s be very vocal, very transparent. Let’s talk about adoption and share our experiences as mothers, as fathers, in how to parent our kids that have traveled a different path.”
Actor Hugh Jackman stopped by Universal Studios Hollywood to chat with “Extra’s” Maria Menounos about his new thriller, “Prisoners.”
The Hugh Jackman comic-book movie “The Wolverine” chewed up the competition this weekend. The sixth installment of the "X-Men" franchise took the top spot with $55 million.
The previous Wolverine film, “X-Men Origins: Wolverine,” debuted in 2009 with $85 million.
Hugh Jackman Sings 'Wolverine: The Musical'
“The Conjuring,” which was No. 1 last week, took second with $22.1 million, followed by the animated comedy “Despicable Me 2” with $16 million.
The animated “Turbo” was fourth with $13.3 million, while Adam Sandler's comedy “Grown Ups 2” rounded out the top five with $11.5 million.