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From mullets to mutton chops and extravagant mustaches – it's safe to say Hugh Jackman has seen the spectrum when it comes to his hair.
Et sat down with Jackman to talk about his new film Chappie, and he told us about his mullet and the many other hairstyles he’s donned throughout the years.
"I'm going be honest, you know why I love this haircut? Low maintenance," Jackman told Et. "Typical man. Low maintenance."
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"That's the most high-maintenance haircut of all," said Jackman. "I'm singly responsible for the hole in the ozone layer with the amount of hairspray I've used."
"Three days spent in Disney World with my daughter and her friends for her birthday, and I got recognized twice," said Jackman. "One of those »
Not every movie can be a winner. And not every actor can be Meryl Streep.
Even Oscar nominees make bad movies and sometimes, in an unfortunate twist of fate and bad timing, that bomb, that dud, that total and complete flop, comes out at the same time as some of the best work of their life. Here are 11 times that happened in the past 10 years:
1. Eddie Redmayne (2015)
Losing Role: Jupiter Ascending. This totally effing bonkers Wachowski sci-fi flick came out just before Oscar voting started. And once you see Redmayne as Bowie-esque space prince Balem Abrasax, it cannot be unseen.
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2. Jennifer Lawrence (2013)
Winning Role: Silver Linings Playbook. Lawrence took home Best Actress for her turn as a trouble townie named Tiffany in this dark spin on a rom-com »
Replacements are currently being sought for the Broadway production of “Les Misérables.” Now is your chance to be cast as one of the main players in an ongoing Broadway production! Jean Valjean, Fantine, Cosette, and several other roles are being cast. This is, of course, and paid Equity production, and auditions will be held Feb. 23 in NYC. For more details, check out the casting notice for “Les Misérables” here, and be sure to check out the rest of our audition listings! »
We're not sure how it's happened, but we're already approaching the fifth week of blind auditions and those teams are getting rather full - which makes it even harder for the hopeful acts to impress the coaches!
There are 13 auditionees hitting the stage this weekend, and if you want more information about the baker's dozen of contestants - including, er, which one is a baker - then read on for all of the info...
1. Newtion Matthews - 30, London
Song: 'Who Did That To You?' - John Legend
What you need to know: Newtion left home when he was a teenager to pursue a music career, but when he struggled he ended up homeless for a couple of months. He also had a Warner Records deal that didn't work out - but he did perform at the Globe with former The Voice act Matt Henry!
2. Hannah Wildes - 24, Kent
Liam Neeson’s career has come full circle. After his acting debut in 1978, at a commanding 6’4” Neeson found a niche for himself in action flicks like Excalibur, Krull and even Darkman in 1990 before transitioning into the seriously dramatic roles he was synonymous with throughout most of the 90s and early 2000s: Husbands and Wives, Schindler’s List, Nelland even as Jean Valjean in the non-musical Les Miserables. Sure he dabbled in action and blockbusters along the way, but Neeson was reborn as the latest action hero in 2008 with his role in the sleeper hit Taken.
Spawning not one but two sequels, Taken launched the next chapter in the Irish actor’s career and leading to roles in The A-Team, Battleship, and his latest offering Non-Stop, which flies into Cineplex theatres on Friday. In Non-Stop, Neeson once again takes charge of the action as an air marshal who must spring into »
- Rachel West
5 items from 2015
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