According to ComicBook.com on Sunday, BBC Radio had "X-Men: Days of Future Past's" Hugh Jackman on the air singing a short rendition of "X-Men: The Musical." There's also been question whether he'll be performing the full rendition at the Tony Awards tonight. Jackman has also been posting his short musical quips such as raps, tap dancing, and other numbers up on his Instagram account as well.
That being said, there's no telling what musical rendition fans will be in store for as he hosts the 28th Annual Tony Awards and fans can also look forward to his fourth appearance in hosting the event. For continued coverage of said showing, one can keep looking to The New York Times' website as they keep track of predictions, performance videos, and those who prefer to interact with an online ballot.
Jackman talked about filling the shoes of Neil Patrick Harris in lieu of hosting the event and not only thought he would be a tough act to follow, but more so an "impossible act to follow." Jackman also recalls the days of watching Billy Crystal hosting and wouldn't yet take on being the host until he could "ascertained that Neil couldn't do it because he’s doing 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch.' So I’m just taking care of the ceremony until he comes back."
Fans still wonder with all the musical ruckus that Jackman had been posting up online most recently, one may speculate if he's going to do a musical rendition in the verbiage of all things Wolverine. A full video has been posted online of him performing a full ensemble, but couldn't quite hit the final high note as he laughed aloud.
For those who haven't seen Bryan Singer's "X-Men: Days of Future Past" just yet, on can follow Jackman has he continues his character portrayal as the adamantium clawed, self-healing hero as he travels back in time to convince the young Professor Xavier, Magneto, and others as they attempt to save the world from the onslaught of Bolivar Trask's line of Sentinels.