Jackson has long bemoaned the fact that he's more well-known for his ripped bod and adamantium claws than his musical roots, and he couldn't look happier in his return to being a song-and-dance man at the center of the trailer's aptly named song, "The Greatest Show". Featuring the soaring track This Is Me and brand new footage, we're reminded that "no one ever made a difference by being like everyone else". Whoever never got a chance to watch Jackman belt out tunes on Broadway (especially as Gaston from Beauty and the Beast) and also the fans like me who don't get the deep meaning of Les Miserables, will have a great opportunity to hear the Aussie sing. Basically everything they touch turns to gold at the moment, and The Greatest Showman may prove no different. The project boasts a stellar cast led by Hugh Jackman, who plays the eccentric Barnum alongside Michelle Williams as P.T.'s wife Charity Barnum, Rebecca Ferguson as Jenny Lind, Zac Efron as Phillip Carlyle, and Zendaya as Anne Wheeler, helping its cause to draw critical - and casual moviegoers' - attention.
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When Hugh Jackman hung up his Wolverine claws after Logan, it was very hard for his fans to watch him let go of that character. He adorably labelled it "every girl's dream".