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Les Misérables: Blu-Ray and DVD released today

Winner of three Oscar® Awards, three Golden Globes® and four BAFTA’s and directed by Academy Award® winner Tom Hooper (The King’s Speech), LES MISÉRABLES is now available to buy on Blu-ray and DVD and as a limited collector’s edition – including CD soundtrack. Cameron Mackintosh is set to open his acclaimed new stage production of LES MISÉRABLES at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Melbourne in June 2014. Tickets will go on sale …Read More

Les Misérables creator Cameron Mackintosh reacts to Oscar and Bafta nominations

Story By Susanna Lazarus Radio Times “I’m thrilled that so many facets of making this film have been recognised and it’s a great tribute to the craftsmanship of the British film industry,” he tells RadioTimes.com How does it feel being nominated for nine Bafta awards and eight Oscars? It’s fantastic! We’ve got the Bafta and the Golden Globes and now we’ve got a very healthy clutch of Academy nominations. I’m thrilled …Read More

Victorious boys from Oz take the world by storm as Les Miserables premieres in Sydney

By Jonathon Moran The Daily Telegraph IT is the Aussie bromance that is taking the world by storm, cinema by cinema. Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe triumphantly hugged and soaked up the atmosphere as they celebrated the Australian premiere of Les Miserables Friday night. After a whirlwind of events across the globe, including stops in New York, London and Tokyo, the red carpet event at the State Theatre was the …Read More

Review: Les Miserables

Review by Variety Written By: JUSTIN CHANG A Universal (in U.S./U.K.) release presented in association with Relativity Media of a Working Title Films/Cameron Mackintosh production. Produced by Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Debra Hayward, Mackintosh. Executive producers, Angela Morrison, Liza Chasin, Nicholas Allott, F. Richard Pappas. Directed by Tom Hooper. Screenplay, William Nicholson, Alain Boublil, Claude-Michel Schoenberg, Herbert Kretzmer, based on Cameron Mackintosh’s production of Boublil & Schoenberg’s original stage musical …Read More

Inside the Fight to Bring ‘Les Mis’ to the Screen

Story from “The Hollywood Reporter” Written by Stephen Galloway The road to Hollywood hell is paved with fallen musicals. Since Chicago won the Oscar for best picture in 2003, they’ve landed with Richter-level thuds — from 2004’s The Phantom of the Opera, which earned $51 million, less than its production cost; to 2007’s Sweeney Todd, one of the few failed collaborations between Johnny Depp and Tim Burton; to the Daniel …Read More