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First Pics Of Hugh Jackman As Jean Valjean Released!

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Talk about committing to your role!

Hugh Jackman becomes the latest actor to don the Jean Valjean name in the FIRST ever film adaptation of the stage production of Les Misérables.

Joining the likes of Liam Neeson and the original Jean, Colm Wilkinson, who has a cameo in the flick, we're sure Hugh will do a FABulous job!

That is a very fancy umbrella for being homeless, though! HA!

Are U excited for the 2012 version of Les Mis?!

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6 comments to “First Pics Of Hugh Jackman As Jean Valjean Released!”



  1. 1

    Definitely NOT the first screen adaptation…



  2. 2

    Re: lexikinz – Yes it is. The Liam Neeson film is an adaptation of the book by Victor Hugo. This is the first film version of the musical.



  3. 3

    Isn't Hugh a closet gay? His husband is more manly than he is.



  4. 4

    not realy



  5. 5

    Refreshing to see an actor carry his own umbrella. And I'd watch Liam read the telephone book, so I'll definitely catch this.



  6. 6

    Re: kissofDeath – Nope, he is not, you have mistaken Jackman with yourself and your mother is more manly than you. those who take advantage of any argument to do comments so absurdly inappropriate as yours, should be raped by a by a crowd of Mandingos with abnormal genital at least ten times a day for life, maybe cure the sick desire to say the word 'gay' out of turn.
    He looks like the Jean Valjean illustrations in the first edition of Victor Hugo’s novel and don't need be an old books collector, everyone can know this, just a Google search…