The last time famed choreographer and director Rob Marshall convinced a star-studded cast to sing and dance on the big screen, the film received 13 Oscar® nominations. At the end of Oscar night, the film, Chicago, earned six statuettes.

Rob got Richard Gere to tap dance, and now he's working with another impressive cast to capture the glamour and glory of Italian cinema in the '60s. In Rob's latest musical extravaganza, Nine, two-time Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis plays Guido Contini, a famous Italian film director.

Nine, the film adaptation of a celebrated Broadway musical, is the story of Guido's struggle to write a script for an ill-fated film. As his epic production spins out of control, he turns to the women he adores for inspiration and comfort.


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