Hugh Jackman made his arrival tonight at the premiere of “The Wolverine” in an Audi R8. Jackman drove the car, which starts in price at $118K, up to the red carpet before getting out to pose for photos at the Empire Cinema in London.
Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman & her Country singing husband Keith Urban along with other celebrities made an appearance at the 2013 G’Day USA Black Tie Gala which was held at the JW Marriot at LA Live! in Los Angeles.
Nicole looked gorgeous in a tan lace A-line dress with tan high heels and her red hair pinned up in curls while Keith wore a black suit with red plaid shirt and a black tie.
2013 Oscar nominee for Best Actor, Hugh Jackman looked dashing & handsome as ever in a black tuxedo.
Anne Hathaway and Amanda Seyfried looked stunningly glamorous as they walked the red carpet at the premiere of “Les Miserables” at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York last night. The two Hollywood beauties were joined on the carpet by their dashing co-star Hugh Jackman who was with Deborra Lee Furness.
The full ensemble cast wore their best for the the much anticipated film which is due out this Christmas.
Anne Hathaway looked glamourous in a floor length white beaded gown while Amanda Seyfriend looked stunning in a black ruffled dress with black high heels.
Being famous must be the easiest thing in the world for Hugh Jackman because he looks good in anything.
Jackman is currently doing the press circuit to promote his new film Real Steel costarring “Lost” actress Evangeline Lilly.
I’m sure this won’t be the last time we hear from Jackman regarding this film and we’re thankful for that cause his rugged good looks and charm are never lost to us.
Evangeline Lilly wore a white, art deco floor length gown that synched at the waist with a bold black belt, very much a throwback to the golden era of Hollywood and solidifying her mark as a movie star.
The alway handsome Hugh Jackman dressed down a perfectly tailored suit, however, I’m pretty sure no one would have argued had he decided to show up wearing pajamas. Hugh Jackman is so handsome he looks good in anything.
Additionally, the red carpet was graced by Olga Fonda, Natalie Maines and the robots from the film. How’s that for taking technology to the limit?
Real Steel is the story of a former boxer (Jackman) who builds and trains robots with his son that will contend for a robot boxing championship.
The UK premiere of Real Steel was held yesterday at Leicester Square in London, and although I have no idea what the movie’s about I’d still shell out $11.50 go see it. I mean, do you see Hugh Jackman’s hairline in these photos? Perfect. Everything about him is perfect, even the way his suit fits.
That’s probably why that steel robot thing is looking so pissed off — his eyes are literally green with envy. Jealousy looks good on nobody, honey!
With only hours to go before kick off time in Dallas, Texas for Super Bowl XLV excitement is reaching a fever pitch for football fans around the US.
And running up to their big half time show Fergie, in a sexy leather jacket and sequin animal patterned mini dress, and her Black Eyed Peas crew made sure to drum up a bit of excitement of their own at their pre Super Bowl party this weekend at Music Hall at Fair Park.
Looking forward to seeing what The Black Eyed Peas have in store for us during the Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Green Bay Packers showdown!
Charismatic, energetic and multi-talented actor, performer and producer Hugh Jackman just gave us more reasons to adore him.
Turns out the Tony award winning Aussie is also a charitable fella too! Hugh and wife, actress Deborra-Lee Furness, attended the “Children of the City” charity benefit gala at Pier Sixty in New York City last night…just a day Hugh was the guest speaker at ‘1.4 Billion Reasons’, a Global Poverty Project initiative.
Hugh and Deborra-Lee looked proud to be a part of the event organized by “Children of the City”, a family development organization that aims to alter poverty in New York through education and outreach programs.
Hugh Jackman must really like spending his time on the Great White Way, because he was grinning from ear to ear yesterday as he left his hotel to perform in A Steady Rain. He’s been doing the Broadway thing for a couple of months or so, and word on the street is that he’s nothing short of amazing in the play.
So, to recap: Hugh Jackman is hot, rich, a fantastic actor, a great dancer and a good singer. Basically, he’s a quintuple threat. No wonder everyone loves him so much!
Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig are the stars of A Steady Rain, a big Broadway play, and last night was the show’s big premiere. It’s been playing for a while now (there’s a great video of Daniel and Hugh getting pissy with somebody in the theater who didn’t turn off their cell phone here), but I guess they only got around to the red carpet event part last night.
These guys are great. It always surprises me when Hollywood stars who make millions per picture take some time do to stage work, but what impresses me the most is Daniel Craig’s sweet mustache. That thing doesn’t look like it effs around! Daniel better keep his lips in check, or his mustache will lay down some vigilante justice. It’s that serious, and I think he knows it.
The world premiere of the highly anticipated X-Men Origins: Wolverine was last night (in Tempe, Arizona, of all places!). Despite being in Arizona (seriously, who has a premiere there?), all sorts of famous people made it to the shindig. Besides Hugh Jackman, there was also Ryan Reynolds, Taylor Kitsch, Liev Schreiber, Lynn Collins and Will.i.am.
But what’s with the Wolverine Parking Only sign?
Hugh Jackman has been promoting the hell out of his X-Men Origins: Wolverine movie, and he continued to do so the other day at LAX.
I know there have been a lot of Hugh Jackman posts lately (at least now you know where to go for all of your Hugh Jackman news!), but I’m happy to keep writing about him. He’s one of the nicest guys in the business, and I genuinely hope he continues to do well in the movies. Plus, he’s easy on the eyes. Way better looking than Hugh Laurie, at least.
I suspect a lot of you will disagree with me (ya’ll certainly did last time!), so leave your thoughts in the comments section. If there are any good ones, I’ll be sure to include them in an upcoming post.