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'Girls' Andrew Rannells Hopes Season 4 Involves Sex With Hugh Jackman

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While speaking with E! Entertainment correspondent Marc Malkin, “real-life gay” actor Andrew Rannells revealed that his character Elijah will appear in season four of HBO's Girls and hinted at a possible upcoming sex scene.

Jackman“I might be not dressed in it,” Rannells coyly said. “I volunteered myself for nakedness. I feel with, like, Looking on the air, I was like ‘I gotta represent with some gay sex on the show.’ I’m willing!”

But when asked who he’d prefer as Elijah’s sex partner, Rannells answered, “Hugh Jackman. Always and forever, Hugh Jackman.” But Rannells might not realize that Jackman role plays as Wolverine in the sheets — bring an adamantium breastplate to the bedroom, Elijah.

Jackman, of course, has been long beleaguered by gay rumors ) which his wife addresses every few years. Of course, that’s what happens in America when you make your career playing “The Boy From Oz.”


Hugh Jackman to Host Tony Awards: VIDEO

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Yesterday afternoon, Hugh Jackman announced that he would be announcing the Tony Awards on June 8 at Radio City Music Hall.

Last year's host, Neil Patrick Harris, who is busy preparing for the leading role in the revival of Hedwig and the Angry Inch, took the news in stride, despite some taunting from Jackman.

Tweeted NPH: "I'm so proud of @RealHughJackman for hosting this year's Tony Awards and for calling me an hour ago to say, 'Suck it!'"

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What To Watch This Week on TV: Holly Jolly Jackman, Kathy Griffin Sets Record, 'Lucy' In Color - VIDEO

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Check out our weekly guide to make sure you're catching the big premieres, crucial episodes and the stuff you won't admit you watch when no one's looking.

—  Hugh Jackman leaves the claws behind for Christmas In Washington, featuring Janelle Monáe, Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect), Backstreet Boys and Sheryl Crow. Enjoy holiday classics along with President Obama and his family Friday at 8 p.m. Eastern on TNT.

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Here's the 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Trailer: VIDEO

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Director Bryan Singer spoke about the trailer with MTV News:

"I asked for something emotionally driven for this first piece, to just reintroduce characters and the stakes. It's got plenty of action and scope, but I think at it's core to remind audiences of the world, the stakes, and the characters, so it was nice to lead with a piece like this. To be honest, I was very fond of the 'Man of Steel' trailer. I felt really felt that it captivated the heart of that character. I wanted something similar to that."

Of Mystique, he says: "It's much, much closer, from the hairstyle to her agility. She hasn't quite become the cold assassin that Rebecca was, but she's headed on that course. It's much more closer to that character from 'X1' and 'X2,' from the innocent character that she was in 'First Class.'"

And of Wolverine: "I felt that enough had happened and that even Wolverine is getting a bit beaten down and haggard in this new world. I thought it would be appropriate to bring in the famous gray around the temples that he had in the comic. I really like that."

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Hugh Jackman, Bullet-Pocked and Shirtless for 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' - PHOTO

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Wolverine, relaxing with some whiskey and bullet wounds in 1973. From a set of new film stills at Empire.

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Movies: Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal Anchor Tense 'Prisoners'

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Hugh gets his very own "IS THAT MY DAUGHTER IN THERE" Mystic River-style freakout

BY NATHANIEL ROGERS 

Thanksgiving in movies is usually overstuffed with dysfunction and hostility. Who can digest from all the bile at home? That's not the case in PRISONERS, the new dramatic thriller from undersung Canadian director Denis Villeneuve (Incendies), which is more retrograde in its approach with the family unit as something sacred and continually under attack. Despite the occassional interjection of ominous music (shut up Jóhannsson... there's plenty of time for your score later!) and an initially drab grey color palette, things seem realistically jovial at this get together.

The Dovers (Hugh Jackman + Maria Bello) are celebrating the holiday at the home of the Birches (Terrence Howard + Viola Davis) just down the street -- close enough to walk -- as they clearly do every year (or perhaps they trade off). The parents are realistically both amused and vaguely annoyed by their children, attentive but 'don't bother me' tired. It's only when the film leave the homes of the Dovers or Birches that there's trouble brewing... somethings just off. Why did the movie open with a father/son hunting trip? Why is that strange RV parked on the road? Where did Anna's (Hugh's daughter) red emergency whistle go?

Are Joy and Anna back yet? The two youngest children just went back to the Dovers to grab that red emergency whistle they wanted to p... ohmygod where are Joy and Anna?

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