Vogue has released some incredible new Les Misérables posters that should have fans insanely excited.
Recently, the international trailer for Les Mis was released and fans were ecstatic to finally see the majority of the cast belting out their beloved musical numbers, and now we have some stunning posters from Vogue magazine.
Vogue, usually known as the fashion bible, is now treating Les Misérables fans everywhere with stunning portraits of the actors dressed head to toe in character. This Christmas, director Tom Hooper will bring the fantastic, emotional musical to the big screen. Famed photographer Annie Leibovitz has worked her magic with the characters from the new film seen in the posters below.
Les Misérables tells the story of a prisoner (Hugh Jackman), who is on the run from from Inspector Javert (Russell Crowe), and the encounters that surround him. Thanks to Vogue Les Misérables fans are rejoicing around the world.
Hugh Jackman as Jean Valjean: A prisoner on the run who commits his life to raising Cosette
Anne Hathaway is almost unrecognizable as Fantine, the ill mother who will sacrifice anything and everything to support her child, Cosette
Helena Bonham Carter and Sacha Baron Cohen play the reckless, yet humerous Thenardiers
Russell Crowe is a natural at being Inspector Javert, a man who has devoted his entire life to the law
Eddie Redmayne and Amanda Seyfried as Cosette and Marius who find love with one another during a time of turmoil
Eddie Redmayne plays Marius, the bright-eyed boy who wants nothing more than Cosette’s love
Hugh Jackman as Jean Valjean with a young Cosette
Amanda Seyfried sitting pretty as Cosette. Leave it to Vogue to make Cosette’s dress look effortlessly chic. Cossette is Fantine’s daughter who finds love during a war
Photography by: Annie Leibovitz
Check out the latest international trailer for ‘Les Miserables’
Les Misérables has truly started to heat up and fans are dying to see what will most likely be a revolutionary musical when it hits theaters on December 25. The film may be the first of its kind, as the director Tom Hooper gave the actors the opportunity to sing on set and recorded their singing live, so that they would not have to do the traditional ADR, or sound dubbing, which is normally used in films of this genre. Their hope was to gain a more true sound and more expressive performance, due to the actors having to act while singing live.
Let us know what you think of Vogue’s Les Mis posters.
Additional reporting by Chelsea Gloria.
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