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Oscar Performances 2013: ‘Les Miserables’ & More — Vote For Your Favorite

 

 


While everyone knew that the talented cast of ‘Les Miserables’ would be taking the stage for a dramatic performance, it was a surprise to see a sexy number from ‘Chicago’ by Catherine Zeta-Jones and a heartfelt performance from ‘Dream Girls’ by Jennifer Hudson. Which was your favorite?

 

 


When John Travolta took the stage to introduce a performance of great musical movies, we all expected Les Miserables. However, the stars of Les Mis weren’t the only ones to grace the stage in a song-and-dance number.

 

 


Beginning the performances by looking back at musical movies, 43-year-old Catherine Zeta Jones sang a scandalous version of “All That Jazz” from the hit film Chicago. It was followed by a powerful performance by Jennifer Hudson singing “And I’m Telling You” from the movie Dream Girls, which JHud won an Oscar for in 2010.

 

 

‘Les Miserables’ Takes The Oscars Stage


Then came the main attraction, when the entire (huge) cast of Les Miserables joined on stage for their first ever live performance together.

 

 

 

Hugh Jackman began the Les Miserables performance of “Suddenly” under the spotlight, followed by Best Supporting Actress winner, Anne Hathaway‘s “I Dreamed a Dream.” Amanda Seyfried, Eddie Redmayne, Samantha Barks, Russell Crowe, Aaron Tveit, Sacha Baron Cohen, and Helena Bonham Carter all joined together on stage for “One Day More.”

 

 

 

However, we already knew they could all sing their hearts out since the music in the film wasn’t pre-taped.

 

 

 

“That’s what the Oscars are all about,” producer of the show Neil Meron told USA Today on Feb. 22′s rehearsals about the dramatic performance. ”To have these sort of events. Not just the reunion of the cast, but singing together like this for the first time is very, very significant.”

 

 

 

The performance was also joined by cast members of the Broadway and British productions of the musical.

Tell us HollywoodLifers! What did you think of the Les Mis performance?

 

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明星唱功,「角鬥士」稍遜

 

 


  《悲慘世界》出自法國大文豪維克多·雨果的傳世巨著,本片藍本則來自膾炙人口的同名音樂劇,該劇自上世紀80年代問世以來,長演長有,與《貓》、《歌劇魅影》等成為世界經典音樂劇。《悲慘世界》的故事也為觀眾所熟悉,憑《國王的演講》拿過奧斯卡最佳導演的湯姆·霍伯則將大氣畫面與恢宏音樂結合在一起,同時,讓演員的歌聲與表演再起到畫龍點睛的作用。湯姆·霍伯借鑒了音樂劇的唱段,要求演員邊演邊唱,現場收音,而不是像以往的音樂劇電影一般,先在錄音室錄好音,然後在拍攝現場邊演邊對口型。這樣做的結果是,觀眾雖然聽不到完美的唱腔,卻能從演員的演唱中感受到他們的情緒。

 

 

幾位主要演員都相當出色地完成了任務。有百老匯表演經驗的休·傑克曼自不待言,聲音富磁性和穿透力,即使是非常規的同期錄音也難不倒他,而且,這種音樂電影的特點是演員的表演會在銀幕上放大,加上更有感染力的歌聲,透出的力量遠比一般對白電影要強。安妮·海瑟薇的表現也不用多說,奧斯卡最佳女配角就是最好的證明,相比起來,扮演警官沙威的羅素·克洛就顯得有點弱,憑《角鬥士》拿過奧斯卡影帝的他,從外形上來說演沙威非常適合,表演當然不成問題,但唱歌成為軟肋,簡單而言,他唱歌也有投入感情,但唱功跟其他人比起來顯得要差一些。

 

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資料參考:

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http://hollywoodlife.com/2013/02/24/oscar-performances-2013-les-miserables-more-vote-for-your-favorite/
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http://ent.takungpao.com.hk/movie/q/2013/0227/1461412.html

 

 

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