Hugo Release Date
In Theaters November 23, 2011
Starring: Jude Law, Chloe Moretz, Emily Mortimer, Ben Kingsley, Sacha Baron Cohen, Ray Winstone, Christopher Lee, Helen McCrory
Written by: John Logan
Directed by: Martin Scorsese
Produced by: Johnny Depp, Tim Headington, Graham King, Martin Scorsese
Distributor: Columbia Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures
External Info: Hugo Official Website
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