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Swift takes part in an auction benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS after attending Jackman's Broadway show.
The 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' actor shared on Instagram a photo of him smiling while holding his adorable brown puppy close to his chest.
Some other stills feature Blackbeard in unconvincing wigs, a flying pirate ship and Peter inside a cave.
The Australian actor and his wife are in attendance to support the widow of John Lennon at the launch of #Imagine project in New York.
The Wolverine of 'X-Men' movies continues his performance although he was bleeding after accidentally cutting his finger.
The ''Grace of Monaco' actress will be joined by Dev Patel in the movie based on article 'A Home at the End of Google Earth'.
A representative for Jackman, who plays Wolverine in 'X-Men' movies, confirms that the actor has undergone the third treatment for skin cancer in a year.
The Wolverine depicter on 'X Men' movies says the late comedian asked him to perform at her funeral ten years ago after watching his performance in 'The Boy From Oz'.
'It's ongoing. I know the clock is ticking,' the director said about the urgency of making a sequel to the Hugh Jackman starrer.
The 'X-Men' star sings 'Quiet Please, There's a Lady on Stage' at the private funeral in front of celebrity guests which include Kathy Griffin, Whoopi Goldberg and Kelly Osbourne.
The Australian actor displayed freshly shaved head and groomed facial hair in preparation of the role.
The Wolverine depicter greets Sting backstage, has an awkward encounter with Neil Patrick Harris in an elevator and meets a grumpy Clint Eastwood before starting his hosting duty.
Host Hugh Jackman kicked off the red carpet walk, followed by presenters Maggie Gyllenhaal, Emmy Rossum, and Jonathan Groff among others.
The 'The Wolverine' star will host the ceremony this Sunday, June 8 and reveal why he couldn't stop jumping up and down.
Joe Michalczuk took the opportunity of asking these stars to say something to his then-fiancee while interviewing them for their new movies.