Hugh Jackman: “I Would Make ‘The Greatest Showman 2’ | Movies

Hugh Jackman is ready to shoot a sequel to “The Greatest Showman.”

The 53-year-old actor played circus owner P.T. Barnum in the 2017 musical, and he admitted he would be happy to repeat the role again if the plot was strong.

He told People magazine: “I am always open when they come up with a good idea. Yes, I’m open! “

He also joked about the love of the sequels after appearing as Wolverine in the X-Men series: “Listen, if you knew anything about my filmography, you would know that I was adamantly against sequels in any form or form. No more than nine films! ”

Meanwhile, Hugh is currently starring in the film “Music” on New York’s Broadway, and he admitted that he is delighted that the theater is back after long shutdowns during the coronavirus pandemic.

He said: “I think there is a huge need for the community to come together … so I just knew that at some point we would be back.”

And he praised the choreographer of his show Warren Carlisle, 50, supported his motivation in closing when they rehearsed “three to four times a week”.

He added: “We danced for a year and a half. Listen. I have to dance every night against Satan Foster. I’d better bring it. “

The Australian actor’s comments about “The Greatest Showman” come after his co-star Michelle Williams, who played his screen wife Charita, admitted that she would make a sequel “at one point”.

The pregnant star – who includes 16-year-old Matilda with the late Heath Ledger and young son Hart with her husband Thomas Cale – added: “This film has brought so much joy to many people and made people so happy. what to spend time on.

“These songs were sung by my daughter Matilda. My mom is still listening to this soundtrack.

“I love doing things for kids full of joy and positivity.”

The film grossed $ 434.9 million.


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