Movie hunk Hugh Jackman makes no attempt to hide his fear of coming-to-life dolls. He openly admits he is always scared whenever he watches kids' toys brought to life on screen.
"When dolls come to life in films, that just freaks me out, I just can't stand that," the "X-Men" leading actor says. "Chucky?" he adds when referring to murderous doll featured in horror movie "Child's Play". "Forget that. I remember when I was a little kid, and that little doll in the rocking chair going, 'Take the girl right up the hill and kiss the girl goodbye'... I'm like, forget that! That freaks me out."
Aside from his fear of dolls, Hugh Jackman has been best known for portraying the role of superhero comic character Wolverine in "X-Men" films. Most recently, he reprised the role in "X-Men Origins: Wolverine", which already hit the U.S. theaters on May 1 and has stolen the top spot at the North American box office over the weekend, taking in more than $70 million in ticket sales.