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Watch Hugh Jackman eat a sour candy
December 19th, 2022 under A-Rod, Hugh Jackman. [ Comments: none ]

Hugh Jackman has a friend named Benjamin, but we will call him Ryan Reynolds. Anyways, “Benjamin” challenged Jackman to eat a War Head sour candy and recorded himself sucking on it for us to see.

I am so happy he did because it was fun to see Wolverine be taken down by a little piece of candy. Even X-Men are no match for sour-sucking candies, and I am all for it. But I am a sadist who enjoys watching people in pain!

True story. I had a job and would give out candy. There would be people who would take some and never say thank you or give me anything in return. One day I brought in a bunch of War Heads and didn’t tell them how sour they were. We would just hear their screams a few minutes later. It was so much fun, almost as fun as watching Jackman suffering.

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Nicole Kidman spent $100,000 on Hugh Jackman’s hat
November 28th, 2022 under Broadway, Hugh Jackman, Keith & Nicole Urban. [ Comments: none ]

Fellow Australians Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman are not only former co-stars, but they are also friends.

So it should come as no surprise that the actress came out to see her mate on Saturday in The Music Man on Broadway. However, what is surprising is that it cost her six digits. Not the price of a seat, which comes close to that, but on auction he held after the show for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, a charity that helps people across the country and across the street receive lifesaving medications, health care, nutritious meals, counseling, and emergency financial assistance.

Jackman auctioned off the hat he was wearing to the audience and was surprised to hear Kidman bid $100,000 for it. Her donation will be used to pay for 20,000 meals and 2,000 doctor visits this holiday season!

Today, I tip my $10 (because that is all I can afford) hat in honor of the two generous actors who have been friends for 30 years and counting.

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Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman explain how Wolverine is alive
September 28th, 2022 under Hugh Jackman, Ryan Reynolds. [ Comments: none ]

Yesterday, Ryan Reynolds asked Hugh Jackman if he would revive Wolverine for Deadpool 3, and the X-Man said yes.

But how is that possible since Wolverine died in Logan? Today, the frenemies explained how. However, I missed their explanation because, for some reason, Wham’s Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go was playing in my head. No matter how many times I replayed the video, the song would play when they were explaining how.

Damn you, George Michael and Andrew Ridgely, for your earworm of a song.

Deadpool 3 is coming out on September 6, 2024. Hopefully, the happy tune will be out of my head by then.

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This will make you wet, Wolverine joins Deadpool 3!
September 27th, 2022 under Hugh Jackman, Ryan Reynolds. [ Comments: none ]

I don’t know what is making me wetter. The fact that Wolverine is joining Deadpool 3, or that Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds are actually doing a movie together. The latter, who am I kidding? Their frenemy bromance is epic and to see them bring it to the big screen gives me hope that the world can be a better place.

Cum to think about it, maybe this film can bring world peace. Because if these two can get along, so can the Ukraine and Russia, China and Beijing, Florence Pugh and Olivia Wilde!

So mark your calendars because you are not going to want to miss Deadpool vs Wolverine on September 6, 2024. JFC that is like 2 years away. So much can happen between now and then. Israel and Palestine might actually achieve peace by the movie’s release date. If that happens, then the messiah will be here, and we won’t care about no stinking movie. We will just hope that we will be going to heaven and not hell. Although, I heard hell can be a fun place. Wait, what am I saying? Hopefully, they will move that date up because at the rate we are going to get the rapture could happen by 2024.

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Hugh Jackman announces when The Music Man will stop singing
September 13th, 2022 under Hugh Jackman. [ Comments: none ]

Hugh Jackman waited almost a whole lifetime to play The Music Man. He finally got the role on Broadway, and then came COVID. So, he waited a little longer.

Finally, he got the chance to take the stage as Harold Hill earlier this year. He is doing such a phenomenal job in the role that he received a Tony nomination for his performance.

Yesterday when the Tony winner (not for this part) was walking the red carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival for his movie The Son, he told the AP that the musical has an end date.

“Jan. 1 is going to be the last show,” Jackman revealed. “So we’ve got another three and a half months. So if you haven’t seen it, please come and see it.”

So hurry up and book your tickets while you can because those 76 trombones won’t be blowing for much longer.

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