The latest trailer emphasises the need for trusting your uniqueness as we get the glimpses of all the characters involved apart from Jackman, starting from Michelle Williams, Zendaya to Zack Efron and Rebecca Ferguson.
Jackson has long bemoaned the fact that he's more well-known for his ripped bod and adamantium claws than his musical roots, and he couldn't look happier in his return to being a song-and-dance man at the center of the trailer's aptly named song, "The Greatest Show".
It's also pretty exciting that the trailer for The Greatest Showman which stars Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron has just been released today too. Pulling the ropes behind the camera, on the other hand, is upcoming Australian filmmaker Michael Gracey, while the script is co-written by Michael Arndt (Toy Story 3), Jenny Bicks (Rio 2), and Bill Condon (Dreamgirls).
Ever wondered what a cruise ship helmed by Hugh Jackman might be like? Basically everything they touch turns to gold at the moment, and The Greatest Showman may prove no different.
Fox is planning a holiday release for the musical event, launching The Greatest Showman into theaters on December 20, 2017.
The story of The Greatest Showman follows the birth of show business and the struggle of PT Barnum (played by Hugh Jackman) during its formative year.