8,253.80-343.95
Stock Analysis, IPO, Mutual Funds, Bonds & More

Corona effect: Hugh Jackman closes his New York café, says it was the 'right thing' to do

The actor also urged his fans to to take care of each other as the world grapples with the virus.

PTI|
Last Updated: Mar 19, 2020, 05.31 PM IST
0Comments
Agencies
Hugh ​Jackman has temporarily closed his cafe 'Laughing Man'.​
Hugh Jackman has temporarily closed his cafe 'Laughing Man'.
NEW YORK: Hollywood star Hugh Jackman has temporarily closed his cafe 'Laughing Man' to avoid the risk of spreading the coronavirus.

The 51-year-old actor felt it was the "right thing" to do in order to ensure the safety of the staff and guests.

"We have made the decision to temporarily close the @laughingmancafe. We feel this is the best course of action to ensure the safety of our staff and community,” he wrote on Instagram.

“We also feel it is the right thing for the larger community of NYC. We want to be a place of healthy interaction and not a potential danger to you.”


Jackman also urged his fans to to take care of each other as the world grapples with the virus.

"This is a time when we find new depths to our motto ALL BE HAPPY and hope, more then ever, for it to help guide humanity. While it pains us not to serve you person to person, we will look for other ways to serve you during this time. Let us take care of each other the best we can. We wish the whole world health, peace, patience and love. #allbehappy ,” he wrote.

5 Hugh Grant Movies That Will Restore Your Faith In Romance

of 6
Next
Prev
Play Slideshow

Charmer Is Thy Name

9 Sep, 2018
Hugh Grant turns 58 today and has charmed women across the globe with his sensational looks and easy, flirtatious demeanour. Grant was born on September 9, 1960 in London, England. The hit 1994 comedy, 'Four Weddings and a Funeral' earned Grant a Golden Globe Award and made him an international heartthrob. The actor debuted in 'Privileged'. Much of his early work went unnoticed except for the performance as a sexually conflicted Edwardian in Ismail Merchant-James Ivory's 'Maurice', which won him a Best Actor award at the Venice Film Festival. It wasn't until the release of the hit comedy 'Four Weddings and a Funeral' in 1994 that the handsome actor became internationally known. His charming performance as a fool in love earned Hugh Grant a Best Actor Golden Globe. Here's a look at his performances as a charismatic hero and the king of romance:
Next

Also Read

Hugh Jackman nearly got sacked after shooting as Wolverine in first 'X-Men' movie for 5 weeks

Here's why chef Amninder Sandhu wants to date Hugh Jackman

Hugh Jackman, Rosario Dawson, Jamie Oliver: Celeb-entrepreneurs doing social good

Time to leave the party: Hugh Jackman won't play iconic 'Wolverine' any more

Comments
Add Your Comments
Commenting feature is disabled in your country/region.

Popular Categories


Other useful Links


Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service