When it comes to favorite Tony Award moments, some of this year’s nominees are divided into two main camps: The moments with Neil Patrick Harris and the ones with Hugh Jackman.
The lethal romp “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” got a lot of love at Sunday night’s Tony Awards, nabbing the best new musical trophy.
From Patti LaBelle to Neil Patrick Harris, the stage at the 68th Annual Tony Awards will be packed with big stars and even bigger performances.
Nominations for Broadway’s Tony Awards will be announced Tuesday, but unlike most years, there no obvious front-runners for best musical or play and virtually no lock in the acting categories.
Golden Globe and Tony Award-winning actor Hugh Jackman returns to host “The 68th Annual Tony Awards,” live from Radio City Music Hall on Sunday, June 8th, 8pm ET.
Hugh Jackman took to social media on Thursday to reveal that he recently had skin cancer removed from his nose. His wife had urged him to get a “mark” checked out.
New in theaters this week is the thriller Prisoners, starring Hugh Jackman as a man whose daughter has been abducted and Jake Gyllenhaal as the detective who searches for her.
“The Wolverine” slashed monsters and minions to debut atop the weekend box office. The Fox film featuring Hugh Jackman’s sixth turn as the claw-wielding superhero opened with $55 million in North America, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Clawed hero Wolverine gets a chance to rip up the box office this week, along with raunchy comedy “The To Do List.” But are those movies any good?
Based on the celebrated comic book, this action-adventure takes Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) to Japan to face his nemesis in a life-or-death battle.
“Argo” is in big with the Golden Globes, but not so much with the Oscars. “Lincoln” is sitting pretty with the Oscars, but was mostly left out in the cold at the Golden Globes.
Katy Perry and Harry Potter were among the big winners Wednesday night at the People’s Choice Awards in Los Angeles.