Trailer Drops for 'The Greatest Showman' Featuring @Zendaya | @GreatestShowman


The second trailer for the movie was released Monday evening (IST). At the very least, moviegoers will be treated to a love story between Zendaya and Zac Efron's characters, so gushy feelings certainly won't go to waste.

20th Century Fox has unveiled their first trailer for the upcoming movie, The Greatest Showman, starring Zendaya as a trapeze artist alongside her co-star, Zac Efron. Michelle Williams, meanwhile, co-stars as Barnum's wife, Charity. While this could have easily been a more realistic biopic, The Greatest Showman aims to showcase Barnum as a man who realized it was better to be different, and developed his circus to showcase unique and wonderful misfits.

The rags to riches tale is set to be released on Boxing Day or the 26th of December for all you Grinches out there, which is a whole month earlier than what was originally stated.

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Tony victor and Oscar nominee Hugh Jackman stars as pioneering American showman P.T. Barnum, and this original musical explores Barnum's founding of the legendary Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.

At the 1.21 minutes mark, be prepared to get goosebumps as Jackman hits the high note on the song composed by La La Land's Benj Pasek and Justin Paul.

The Greatest Showman is directed by Michael Gracey from a screenplay from Jenny Bicks (Rio 2) and Bill Condon (director of Beauty and the Beast).