◾The future is now! Hollywood star in first HOLOGRAPHIC press conference in film history as he’s beamed across Europe:

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The future is now! Hollywood star in first HOLOGRAPHIC press conference in film history as he’s beamed across Europe

He’s promoting Chappie, a flick about the first robot with human emotions.

And in keeping with the sci-fi vibe, Hugh Jackman is proving that the future really is now.

The 46-year-old made history on Saturday while in Berlin, taking part in cinema’s first holographic press conference, as he and director Neill Blomkamp were projected from Germany to Spain’s Madrid.

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Making it into the history books: Hugh Jackman made history on Saturday while in Germany, taking part in cinema's first ever holographic press conference

Making it into the history books: Hugh Jackman made history on Saturday while in Germany, taking part in cinema’s first ever holographic press conference

Wearing a long sleeved grey top, black trousers and boots, Hugh took a seat in a Berlin studio alongside Neill, famous for his directing District 9 and Elysium.

An audience in Madrid were then amazed to see Hugh beamed in, clapping in amazement at the 3D hologram of the Wolverine star.

Hugh plays villainous character Vincent Moore, who hopes to destroy Chappie out of fear of new technology. 

‘I loved the way that Neill has given a traditional, out-and-out villainous role a very valid argument against artificial intelligence’ he said at the conference, according to Variety.   

‘My character is not alone. Bill Gates and Stephen Hawking have apparently come out with warnings against artificial intelligence. When you work on a Neill Blomkamp film, you have that current of complexity.’ 

Taking positions: Hugh and Chappie director Neill Blomkamp took their seats in Berlin and were projected live in Spain's Madrid 

Magic: An audience in Madrid were then amazed to see Hugh beamed in, clapping in amazement at the 3D hologram of the Wolverine star

Magic: An audience in Madrid were then amazed to see Hugh beamed in, clapping in amazement at the 3D hologram of the Wolverine star

Team work: The Wolverine star welcoming his director into the projection

Team work: The Wolverine star welcoming his director into the projection

Hugh spent much of February in Europe promoting the flick, touring through the UK, France and Germany ahead of Chappie’s March release.

His most recent public appearance was on Sunday at a photocall in Moscow alongside co-stars Sigourney Weaver and Dev Patel. 

On Monday he shared a shot to Instagram of himself toasting to the good life in a luxurious jet, noting that he was on his way back to the US.

‘Headed state side! Next stop, Miami’ he captioned the shot, adding the hashtag ‘Chappie Movie.’ 

On the job: Hugh spent much of February in Europe promoting the flick, touring through the UK, France and Germany ahead of Chappie's March releas

On the job: Hugh spent much of February in Europe promoting the flick, touring through the UK, France and Germany ahead of Chappie’s March releas

Co-stars: His most recent public appearance was on Sunday at a photocall in Moscow alongside co-stars Sigourney Weaver and Dev Patel

Co-stars: His most recent public appearance was on Sunday at a photocall in Moscow alongside co-stars Sigourney Weaver and Dev Patel

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2977496/The-future-Hugh-Jackman-takes-HOLOGRAPHIC-press-conference-film-history-s-beamed-Madrid-Spain-promoting-Chappie.html#ixzz3TQPaD4Zd

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