Neil Patrick Harris and Hugh Jackman, 'Spider-Man' and Brooke Shields, and one emo acceptance speech.
The competition is fierce.
It's the Hugh Jackman robot-boxing movie, and it's glorious.
Will 'Real Steel' be the best robot-boxing movie of all time, or just the best robot-boxing movie of all time?
Since 'The Wolverine' has left him with time on his hands.
The competition on the red carpet can be as interesting as the awards race itself.
An action/adventure that will reunite Jackman with director Shawn Levy.
It's what Wolverines have to do.
Not a great month for him, stunt-wise.
This is the most awfulsome, over-the-top robot-starring, clank-filled movie trailer we've seen all day, which is truly saying something.
And it will not be a sequel to 'X Men Origins: Wolverine.'
So who will take it?
This is all kinds of awesome.
"[Aronofsky’s] going to make it fantastic. There’s going to be some meat on the bones. There'll be something to think about as you leave the theater, for sure."
Plus: Johnny Galecki joins Justin Timberlake on 'I'm.Mortal.'
Plus: the 'Superman' script needs work?
It's down to him and 'The Time Traveler's Wife' director, but it's likely to be Mr. Twilight.
Hugh Jackman has dropped out of Fox's 'Avon Man,' in which he was to star as a laid-off auto-dealership employee who becomes a door-to-door makeup salesman.
Plus: Miley Cyrus no fan of 'Twilight.'
He was recently in town for a top secret reading of a new Norah Ephron play.
"When you give an actor a real thing ... you get a more grounded reality to the performance."
She'll star in Hugh Jackman's 'Real Steel.'