The stars will be handing over their social media accounts to experts and frontline workers to highlight why a global effort to tackle COVID-19 is crucial.
Naomi Watts, Hugh Jackman and Madonna are among the stars trying to channel their frustrations during coronavirus lockdown.
This week Broadway star Audra McDonald shamed an audience member for taking a photo of her nude scene. But she is certainly not the first actor to take umbrage at the use of smartphones in the theatre.
For the new Sony Pictures film 'The Front Runner' actors Hugh Jackman and Mamoudou Athie, writers Matt Bai and Jay Carson, and director Jason Reitman sat down with Yahoo News Chief Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff to discuss the critically acclaimed film about the fall of presidential candidate Gary Hart.
When he's not busy tweeting very creative descriptions of his Aviation Gin or trolling Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds occasionally enjoys getting into Twitter feuds. His last war of words was with none other than Paddington Bear, but now it seems he's decided to pick on someone his own size. And in fairness, this time it wasn't him that started it. SEE ALSO: 69 times Ryan Reynolds was hands down the funniest actor on Twitter On Tuesday, to mark Reynolds' 42nd birthday, Hugh Jackman posted the following tweet. Because I’m told that I AM THE NICEST GUY and you’re NOT. @VancityReynolds ... I will let you hug me. Just this once. On your birthday. pic.twitter.com/OoW3ZJiN2N — Hugh Jackman (@RealHughJackman) October 23, 2018 The response was, of course, vintage Reynolds. This man is a monster. He’s not even from Australia. He’s from Milwaukee. https://t.co/CxHceP4d9L — Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) October 23, 2018 No reply yet from Jackman to that shocking contention. WATCH: 'Deadpool' as a drama wins all the Oscars
NEW YORK (AP) — John Legend, Janet Jackson, The Weeknd and Shawn Mendes are among the artists slated to appear at the 2018 Global Citizen Festival.
Stephen Merchant has spilled the beans on his Wolverine co-star Hugh Jackman’s uber strict workouts for their upcoming superhero movie, Logan. The 41-year-old British actor, who plays Caliban opposite Hugh in the third Wolverine instalment, says he was seriously in awe of how much training the silver screen heartthrob did on set. Talking to Yahoo! Celeb at the Jurassic Park Live concert at the Royal Albert Hall, Stephen said: “Hugh sort of put everyone to shame as everyday he was working out on set at 4.30am to keep that amazing physique.
This morning we were invited to the launch of Tom Fletcher’s newest book, and first novel, ‘The Christmasaurus’, and we have to admit that we weren’t quite prepared for what followed – which genuinely included cameo appearances from Hollywood actors Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron. After talking us through the synopsis of his heartfelt book, which is released on Thursday, the McFly frontman dropped a rather huge clanger by announcing that it was already being turned into an animated, musical film with bigshot director, Michael Gracey, and they even had the concept art to show us and a couple of songs to perform. Unfortunately, Michael Gracey was busy in New York filming his latest movie, but he did send a video message about his involvement with the film, which was promptly interrupted by actors Hugh and Zac, who gatecrashed the video to reinforce just how bloomin’ good ‘The Christmasaurus’ is.