In addition to starring as the lead in the current box office no. 1 ‘Real Steel,’ Hugh Jackman is also helping MSN launch a new “Celebrity Editor Series.”
The Australian actor and producer is also MSN’s first celebrity guest editor, dishing details on not just robots, but also on cycling and travels.
” For the first time, every Friday in October and November, stars you know and love will be sharing their passions and perspectives in a special guest editor section on the MSN homepage,” revealed Steve Cvengros, executive producer, MSN Homepage.
“Hugh Jackman will be kicking things off as our inaugural guest editor sharing his favorite cities for cycling, travel guides to his favorite destinations, an article on how robots inspired his new movie Real Steel, and a piece showcasing his passion for supporting local coffee growers.”
Watch the first video embedded below in order to get an idea of what the new MSN Celebrity Editor Series is all about.
The promise from Microsoft is that the MSN will allow additional celebrities to share their thoughts with the world.
“In the coming weeks, Drew Brees and Kelly Clarkson will lend their editorial insights to the homepage as well. Every Friday, there will be a new editor. Keep coming back to make sure you don’t miss your favorite celeb’s take on the world,” Cvengros added.
In addition to MSN, Bing also is another destination where users can discover just how much punch the Jackman’s new “Real Steel’ packs.
Sean Levy the director of the film sat down with Bing and discussed some of the key decisions that were made for ‘Real Steel,’ helping the movie generate $49.4 million on its opening weekend, $27.3 million domestically and $22.1 million in overseas markets.
Make sure to check out the second video to hear Levy talk about ‘Real Steel.’