It’s A Different Hugh Jackman in “Chappie”. He takes a 180-degree turn and shows off even more entertainment skills.
So, who hasn’t heard of Hugh Jackman yet? This awesome and talented Australian star continues to shine in different movies, television series, and musical theatre performances. So brilliant is he that he can play different characters and claim them as his own. So memorable are these characters that when you name one, you think of Hugh Jackman first. Get starry-eyed and fall in love with his character Leopold as he fall head over heels with Meg Ryan’s Kate in the 2001 movie “Kate & Leopold.” Feel the adrenaline rush as Jackman’s Wolverine and the rest of X-men save the day from nefarious mutants who destroy the coexistence between humans and mutants in the X-men movie installments. Be mesmerized with Jackman’s Jean Valjean and his alluring voice in the 2012 movie adaptation of Victor Hugo’s “Les Misérables.”
Jackman’s accomplishments include titles of different genres, ranging from romance, comedy, drama, musical, and historical, to action thrillers, horror, superhero, and sci-fi. His versatility and his stellar performances earn him raves from his fans, as well as nominations and accolades from different award-giving bodies (Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for “Les Misérables” and Tony Award for Best Leading Actor in a Musical for “The Boy from Oz”).
Speaking of sci-fi, Jackman stars in another sci-fi movie after “Real Steel.” This time, brace yourselves and prepare to see a different Hugh Jackman as he plays the bad guy in this 2015 movie “Chappie.” Jackman stars as Vincent Moore, an engineer who makes the eponymous Chappie’s robotic life hell. Spoiler alert is not allowed, and we at DVDLand are sure that every Hugh Jackman fan is anticipating for the Chappie DVD.
Check out this new and thrilling sci-fi movie from Neill Blomkamp, director of “District 9.” Chappie DVD is a 5-star movie highly recommended by DVDLand. Enjoy your weeknights or weekends by watching this immensely anticipated DVD movie starring Australia’s pride and an A-list of stellar cast. Whether you hate Vincent Moore or are captivated by Jackman’s interpretation of the character, it just goes to show how amazing the Hugh Jackman is.