Hugh Jackman’s villainous role in the upcoming science-fiction movie Chappie comes with a bad hairdo — a mullet.
In a Skype interview with Singapore reporters on Saturday, Jackman said the hairdo isn't part of a requirement for being a villain, but "it certainly does turn people off".
He joked that he initially thought the hairdo would be flattering on him.
“I thought it might work in my favour because when I met my wife, 19, 20 years ago, it was on a TV series where I had a mullet, and I thought it was going to remind her of the man she fell in love with."
It was not to be, however. “As soon as I came home with the haircut, she was like, ‘It wasn’t the haircut, let me tell you that,’” Jackman laughed.
In the movie, Jackman plays an Australian, as he is in real life. The mullet is part of a look that director Neill Blomkamp discussed with him about the kind of person his character should be.
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