August 30, 2015

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Hugh Jackman and Les Miz Team On the New Song "Suddenly"

The film version of Les Misérables includes a new song for the character Jean Valjean, written by the musical's original composer and lyricist, Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil. The two songwriters, along with producer Cameron Mackintosh and director Tom Hooper, talk about how the song, called "Suddenly," felt like a natural fit for the film; and Hugh Jackman, who plays Jean Valjean in the film, sings a bit of the song and talks about the experience of singing it for the first time. For more information on "Les Misérables," click here.








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