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Hugh Jackman Picks up Disney Role

Hugh Jackman Slashfilm has an entry that Hugh Jackman will start in a new film named "If You Could See Me Now." The project, to be a musical produced by Disney is based on a book by Cecelia Ahern. It's unclear when filming will begin. There are no details given, and Jackman is slated to be in 5 projects that either filming or in pre-production accordning to IMDB.

According to Slashfilm the film revolves around a child, raised be an aunt, that creates an imaginary friend (the role Jackman will play.) The aunt sees the imaginary friend one days and falls in love him. However according to this Village interview with the author, the book it seems to revolve more around the aunt's character. I imagine it will depened on who the target demographic for the movie ends up being. --Terrence Ryan

 

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