Smells Like Teen Spirit Film Analysis

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The fantasy adventure film directed by Joe Wright and written by Jason Fuchs, maybe telling again the story of J.M. Barrie's classic tale, but in the flick, 'The Wolverine' actor Hugh Jackman and his band of buccaneers lead an exciting chorus of 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' by the American rock band that was formed by singer and guitarist Kurt Cobain - Nirvana.

The Australian actor and producer Hugh Jackman, who plays as the wicked and cruel pirate in the Pan film, 'Blackbeard,' took some of his time to stop by EW's SiriuxXM studio to give thoughts about the origins of his unorthodox entrance music - a week of pirate boot camp.

Hugh Jackman told EW and Jess Cagle (People's editorial director), "It was the most enjoyable week I've ever experienced in my life, and we would sing songs every morning," Jackman also said, "'Oh ho ho...' That's what pirates usually sing, right? So we had sea shanties and classic kinds of pirate songs, and I and the crew sang 'em, and Pan's director Joe Wright would be like, 'Ugh, this is really wet. You know, you guys don't seem like great pirates.'"
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Hugh Jackman and his crew got so into the songs, and it ended up in the final

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