This weekend, Hugh attended the MTV Movie Awards, where he and his Logan co-star Dafne Keen won Best Movie Duo. Here are photos:
Good evening, everyone. I’ve updated the gallery with the missing events. Click the thumbs for bigger pictures.
Hugh Jackman is in Taipei, China, promoting Logan. Yesterday was the premiere, today was the press conference. Here are photos:
On Friday, Hugh attended the New York premiere for Logan. He also visited The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
On February 17th, Hugh attended the Berlinale Film Festival to promote Logan. Here are photos from the Premiere, Press Conference and Photocall:
The first trailer for Logan is out, check it out below:
George Clooney is set to host “Hollywood’s Night Under the Stars,” a 95th birthday party fundraiser for the Motion Picture & Television Fund, the entertainment industry’s philanthropy announced this morning.
The Oct. 1 event at the MPTF’s Wasserman Campus in Woodland Hills, California, is notable because the general public can purchase tickets to rub shoulders with confirmed guests including Matt Bomer, Yvette Nicole Brown, Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones, Jane Lynch and Hugh Jackman amongst others. The “get-in” ticket price is $375.
Outgoing 20th Century Fox Studios chief Jim Gianopulos and wife Ann chair the evening.
This marks a change to the MPTF’s default fundraising template, that has traditionally been a star-packed, media-free, A-list stuffed “Evening Before” and “Night Before” parties hours before the Emmys and Oscars at venues such as the Beverly Hills Hotel or sequestered city blocks in Century City.
These invite-only fundraisers have been off limits to all but those who have achieved household name status and a corp of gatekeeper executives who helped them get there, led by MPTF’s fundraiser-in-chief Jeffrey Katzenberg.
The MPTF’s mission is caring for stars and crew of decades’ past whose lives are “not always sunglasses and autographs,” as Douglas explained at an April MPTF fundraiser. The charity provides vital housing and support services for senior citizens and palliative care for those who made their living in “the biz.”
Others on the billing block for the upcoming Oct. 1 event include Richard Jay-Alexander, who just co-directed Barbra Streisand‘s summer concert tour. Jay-Alexander will be the maestro behind the night’s musical performances and special presentations.
On Monday, Hugh posted a video where he shaves off his Wolverine beard, saying goodbye to the character. Watch it below.
— Hugh Jackman (@RealHughJackman) 22 de agosto de 2016