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More about Hocus Pocus

Hugh Jackman will star in the Broadway musical version of magician Harry Houdini's life. Danny Elfman, the composer of many movie scores and TV themes ("The Simpsons," "Desperate Housewives"), is writing the music while Kurt Andersen, a former magazine editor and current radio host in New York, is said to be working on the script, FoxNews reports. The Broadway show, when it materializes, would have People's Sexiest Man Alive replicating big Houdini tricks on stage. The 40-year-old Aussie has already played a magician in the movie, "The Prestige." Producers also are expected to reach out to David Blaine and to Cirque du Soleil for help..

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