Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron and Zendaya walked the red carpet in Sydney on Wednesday evening at the Australian premiere of their upcoming film, The Greatest Showman.
The musical sees the Oscar winner portray legendary showman Phineas T Barnum, the man who in the 19th century possibly invented entertainment as we know it today.
We caught up with the 49-year-old on the red carpet, chatting all things family ahead of festive season...
InStyle: In the film, directed by, Michael Gracey you lead a circus of misfits. If you were to join the circus in real life, what would be your talent?
"Juggling! I got up to juggling five balls and it’s not easy. I use to do it when I was studying at uni and at school–it’s a good way refresh your mind,” Hugh, who studied communications at the University of Technology, told InStyle Australia.
“And it’s relitively safe compared to the high wire, unless you’re juggling chainsaws,” he joked.
Zac Efron with Deborah Lee-Furness and Hugh Jackman.
InStyle:What’s the festive season like in your household?
“Millions of people. My mother-in-law, when she was here god bless her, always had anyone who was without a family or travelling, or a Christmas orphan as she would call it, over at the house. Thirty people for lunch and then a hundred for dinner. I’m not kidding,” Hugh confesses.
InStyle: What did your kids think of the film?
“They’ve seen it ad they’re coming back, that’s always a good sign!”
Zac Efron, Zendaya wearing Moschino and Hugh Jackman.
The Greatest Showman opens in theatres nationally on December 26.