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Anne Hathaway & Hugh Jackman: 'Les Miserables' Teaser Trailer!

Anne Hathaway & Hugh Jackman: 'Les Miserables' Teaser Trailer!

Anne Hathaway sings her rendition of “I Dreamed A Dream” in the official teaser trailer for her upcoming flick, Les Miserables!

The 29-year-old actress plays Fantine in the Tom Hooper-directed film.

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Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Amanda Seyfried, Eddie Redmayne, Helena Bonham Carter, Sacha Baron Cohen, Aaron Tveit, and Samantha Barks also star in the adaptation of the smash Broadway musical.

Les Miserables hits theaters on December 14 of this year!


Anne Hathaway: ‘Les Miserables’ Teaser Trailer!
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24 Comments

# 1

Wow, good voice!

# 2

yippee, can’t believe the trailer is out already!! great casting, so excited!!

# 3

Indeed Anne has a good voice, especially she plays singing and manages to convey her emotions not only through the voice. Too bad that a lot of most snobbish fans of musical theater still don’t understand the technical difference between a stage musical and the movie equivalent. It’s so demential, this movie has not even been released yet, they haven’t seen the entirely Hooper’s version, but insist on doing stupid comparisons…simply watching a trailer of 1.38 minutes.

# 4

the video is no longer available, this is another link http://youtu.be/S3uUTKOUhZU

# 5

I think Anne is a true thespian. Great voice and actress. The cast is amazing and Eddie Redmayne looks so handsome!

# 6

Anne is not pretty AT ALL, so she must have some true talent to be around. Good for her!

# 7

to Barbara

i do understand understand the technical difference between a stage musical and the movie equivalent far better than some others. Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe are perfectly cast. however, what i, and others, object to is the casting of Anne Hathaway.

# 8

I was very skeptical at first (being loyal to the live stage production) but this looks good and actually gave me goosebumps. I do like Tom Hooper. We’ll see how Hugh Jackson does with “Bring Him Home”.

# 9

She sings it with such emotion, I just got really sad watching the trailer !

her voice sounded so much worse in the leaked trailer a few weeks ago…looks like it’s been digitally enhanced

also anne hathaway is not a “thespian” regardless of how hard her publicist is gunning for an oscar nomination right now

What a downer… wah wah wah…

I have liked her acting in everything she has done. To each his own I say, we all see things differently.

loverducky @ 05/30/2012 at 12:57 pm

I am lover of musical theatre. I have cringed through many castings or casting rumours for this movie. I cannot say I agree with everything in they 1 minute 38 seconds, but I remain, at the core, incredibly excited for this movie, and to see what everyone has to offer.

Iffy Miffy @ 05/30/2012 at 3:20 pm

There are so many Broadway actors who can act and sing and who should have been chosen for this but no. Hugh Jackson does not have the voice for BHH. Not even close. Many don’t but he will required a massive change and that just ruins it. Anne isn’t much better. I will never get castings like these, well $$$ I guess but at what cost.

Jennica Panettiere @ 05/30/2012 at 3:54 pm

Hugh Jackman is a respected theatre actor. I can understand the snobbery about the other mainstream actors but I think they will surprise people.

Btw, feels so wrong to see the Facebook logo pop up after the trailer finishes… what with when the story is set and such.

Love Hugh Jackman; saw him live a few years ago on stage. This is a boring story though, sorry.

She desperatly wants an Oscar, I like her, I think she is a very good actress. But the whole thing, to release the movie in december to be at the time for the award season, it’s just annoying.
Now they make movies for the oscars and nothing is more important. it’s sad.

loverducky @ 05/31/2012 at 12:26 am

@Ever:

Have you ever seen Les Mis? It is many things, and boring is not one.

ACADEMY AWARD BEST PICTURE NOMINEE AND POTENTIAL WINNER? I THINK SO.

LOVE IT! CANT WAIT TO SEE IT! GREAT CAST! the only thing I didnt like of the trailer is that they show Eponine for like a second! when really her character is very important in the story.. but I guess they did not put her because she isn’t hollywood famous..

I loved the realistic cinematic dramatic aspect we see in this short trailer. One can’t just reproduce a stage play on camera, because it becomes very static and unbelievable. If one is going to film a play, especially a serious musical, it has to be re-imagined visually, and even musically [a bit] to fill the screen. I think Hooper’s pulled it off.

Annes vocals perfectly suit what a woman such as Fantine [and in her circumstances ...] would sound like, in the real world, with subtle touches possible only for film, lost on stage.

nancylou1943 @ 06/01/2012 at 11:01 pm

LIstening to Anne Hathaway sing was truly painful, especially after listening to Susan Boyle’s and the London company’s rendition. I’m sure that Tom Hooper put everything he could think of into this movie, but for me, it will probably not equal the London or New York cast. You really need an operatic voice to be in this movie, and not one of the actors has that quality of voice. Hopefully, the London production will still be playing.

@Iffy MiffyAlthough I understand everyone has their own opinions and their own likes and dislikes, I do have to disagree with you wholeheartedly regarding the comment about Hugh “Jackman”, not “Jackson”. If you have truly ever listened to Mr. Jackman sing, you would know that his vocal range is very versatile. I am confident that Mr. Jackman will be doing an absolutely fantastic job on each and every song he sings in Les Mis. I, for one, am looking so forward to this movie. I firmly believe it will be an epic achievement for everyone involved.

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