Hugh Jackman is currently negotiating to play in the forthcoming movie Bad Education, which is produced by the same people as Ryan Gosling and the acclaimed La La Land, Fred Berger and Brian Kavanaugh-Jones by Emma Stone of Automatik Entertainment.
The project will not be a movie adaptation of the eponymous television series (although there is already one for that) or a remake of the drama Pedro Almodóvar, with Gael Garcia Bernal since 2004. Instead, it will be a completely new production of the screenplay by Mike Makowsky, who wrote the screenplays Has. I think we are alone now and take me. Cory Finley is ready for the show, whose black comedy thriller Thoroughbreds was the favorite at this year’s Sundance. In addition to Berger and Kavanaugh-Jones Eddie Vaisman, Julia Lebedev and Oren Moverman of Sight Unseen and Makowsky will be added.
A new Variety report reports that Jackman is talking about bad manners. The details of the story are still kept secret at this time, except that it is ridiculous to have a feeling of choice and based on “the real events that Makawsky has experienced in his high school”. Considering that the film is from the same people behind Jackman’s Oscar-nominated La La Land and Oscar-winning story, it will be interesting to see if Bad Education is yet another Academy Award nominee for filmmakers every time it opens it can open. ,
It was a busy year for the Australian actor with the release of Logan, his swan song to play Wolverine for nearly two decades, and The Greatest Showman, who deals with the real story of showman PT Barnum, who founded the famous founder Ringling Bros. Traveler. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Interestingly enough, it’s the second time that Jackman enrolls in Bad Education when working with some people who have worked for La La Land. The composers Benj Pasek and Justin Paul wrote the lyrics of OST (music was provided by Justin Hurtwitz) and were also the tandem behind the soundtrack of The Greatest Showman.
While fans are waiting for Hugh Jackman’s next move, the 49-year-old Jason Reitman will star in The Front Runner, which he shot last year and is currently in post-production. The Dark Comedy Biopic is based on Matt Bai’s 2014 book The truth is that it came out: The week went into a tabloid press politics and will deal with the rise and the final fall of US Senator Gary Hart, a Democratic candidate for the United States, deal presidency in 1988, whose fraud scandal was diverted to the White House. Jackman, who plays hard, is assisted by Vera Farmiga, Kaitlyn Dever, Sara Paxton, Molly Ephraim, and J.K. Simmons, and is already listed as a possible candidate for the award season this year.