With the help of Picard and Gandalf’s narration, Hugh Jackman’s bare chest and Jennifer Lawrence’s tears, Singer may successfully Febreze away the stench of X Men: The Last Stand.
Hugh Jackman has the chest hairs and bulging veins of a young Susan Boyle, the voice of a harp-playing angel, and charm worthy of The Rat Pack – but that does not mean he’s gay.
Like Tom Cruise, John Travolta and Matthew Broderick, Jackman has been at the center of many a homoerotic whisper ever since he sang songs like “Bi-coastal” in the Broadway production of The Boy From Oz.
A contrasting role as cigar-smoking man’s man Logan/Wolverine in X-Men and 17 years of marriage to Deborra-Lee Furness, who he met on a TV set 1994, has done nothing to convince the disbelievers.
“Just recently, it bugs her,” Jackman told The Hollywood Reporter, of Furness’ feelings on the matter. “She goes, ‘It’s big. It’s everywhere [on the Internet]! ” Continue reading “Hugh Jackman’s Wife Takes Issue With You Thinking He’s Gayer Than a Box of Rainbows”
Anne Hathaway tells MTV she cries when she watches herself in Tom Hooper’s Les Miserables because she’s “still connected to the experience of making it.” I, on the other hand, cried because there isn’t a single line of non-singing dialogue.
The lack of talking is something you might have missed from reading reviews, which have been mostly positive. Hathaway shines as factory-worker-turned-whore Fantine as does Jackman, Sacha Baron Cohen (for show-stealing comedy relief), Helena Bonham Carter, Isabelle Allen as young Cosette, and Samantha Barks.
Just please don’t think I’m exaggerating when I say there’s no talking, because there really isn’t any.
When you read an interview with Hooper and they talk about his choice to use “little spoken dialogue,” they mean “no spoken dialogue.” And when he says the “primary communication form” is singing, he really means “the only communication form.” Continue reading “The Lack of Dialogue in ‘Les Miserables’ Will Make You Cry”
Psy once told the Today Show, “I’m not handsome, I’m not tall, I’m not muscular … but I’m sitting here.”
Three X-Men movies and a spinoff later, and Hugh Jackman is still quite a specimen. Here he is, taking his bulging muscles for a swim on Bondi beach in Sydney, Australia with his wife and two children.
But who cares about his children? It’s sweet that he’s teaching them to boogie board, but I’m too busy wondering where I would end up if I pressed his veins onto a piece of paper and used it as a map.
Ziggler posted several Tweets mentioning that he had to get an MRI and possibly sustained a hairline jaw fracture after Jackman punched him during Monday Night Raw.
TMZ is reporting, however, that Ziggler made the whole thing up…