‘The Greatest Showman’ Made Hugh Jackman's Life Incredibly 'Difficult' In One Unforeseen Way - He Can't Go To His Daughter's Dance Classes Anymore
August 23, 2019 18:00 By Fabiosa
After The Greatest Showman hit the cinemas in 2017, it quickly gained massive popularity. It grossed over $434 million all over the world and became the fifth-highest grossing musical of all times.
Many actors who starred in the movie received praises, including Hugh Jackman. The 50-year-old was nominated for Best Actor at Golden Globes but even though he didn’t win, his fame grew – and that turned out to be a bad thing for him.
The film made Jackman’s life ‘difficult’
In one of his recent interviews, Hugh Jackman revealed how his life has changed since he brilliantly played P.T. Barnum in The Greatest Showman. The Australian superstar has been famous for years but this film made him reach a completely new level of popularity.
Speaking to the Herald Sun, the actor confessed that the movie made his life ‘difficult’ in one particular way – he can’t be there for his daughter like he used to anymore.
It's made it difficult going to my daughter's dance classes. I used to go every week and nobody really cared. The dance school was not your classic Wolverine fanbase. Now I go and the songs from The Greatest Showman are playing in nearly every dance class so it's a bit different.
Jackman is known to be a doting father to 2 adopted children, Ava and Oscar. He teaches his children to be good citizens and use the advantages they have to help those who got nothing.
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We wonder if Ava gets tired of hearing The Greatest Showman songs everywhere or maybe she adores them too.