Based on the innovative best-seller The Invention of Hugo Cabret, Martin Scorsese's love letter to cinema unlocks the secrets of a young boy named Hugo, who lives inside the walls and rafters of a Parisian train station. As Hugo collects clues that could lead him to a special connection with his late father, he uncovers a new mystery: one that's a feast for both the eyes and the soul.
Oscar 2012 Nominee in 11 categories including Best Picture
Trailers + Extras
- Hugo Trailer 2012 Oscar Nominee for Best Picture, Best Director,...
- The Story of Hugo Martin Scorsese talks about the story of Hugo
- Hugo Trailer 2
- Hugo Q&A: Martin Scorses & James Cameron Scrosese & Cameron talk about the use of 3D in Hugo
- Fix It
- Big Machine
- Station Inspector
- Card Tricks
- Find Box
- On the Set of Hugo A look behind the scenes with the director Martin...
- The Journey of Hugo The cast of Hugo talk about their characters and what...
- Remembering Your First Movie The cast of Hugo talk about seeing their first film in a...
- An Accent of Chloe Chloe Grace Moretz talks about creating her accent for...
- Martin Scorsese's Hugo Martin Scorsese talks about wanting to do a film for his...
- If You Had an Automaton The cast of Hugo talks about what they would make their...
- Hugo 11 Academy Award Nominations TV Spot
- Hugo Behind the Scenes Featurette An inside look at the making of Hugo with Martin Scorsese
- Hugo Award Season TV Spot 1
- Hugo Golden Globe Winner TV Spot 1
- Congratulations Hugo!
- Working With Sacha Baron Cohen The stars of Hugo talk about working with comedian Sacha...
- Working with Marty The cast of Hugo talk about working with legendary...
- The Train Station The cast talk about working on the Train Station set
Top 10 Fun Facts
- Who knew? The film was co-produced by Johnny Depp under his Infinitum Nihil banner.
- Clever cameo: director Martin Scorsese appears as a photographer snapping a portrait of a young George Melies outside his new studio.
- Record setting hat trick: cinematographer Robert Richardson's Oscar win for the film makes him one of only 2 living cinematographers to win the award 3 times.
- Unchained melody: the guitarist who appears early in the film is modeled after Belgian musician Django Reinhardt.
- Lit students, take note: in the train station, Isabelle recites the poem "A Birthday" by Christina Georgina Rossetti.
- Accolades a-plenty: Hugo led the nominations at the 84th Academy Awards with 11 total, and took home five Oscars including Best Cinematography and Best Art Direction.
- Breaking a trend: this was Martin Scorsese's first feature film since 1999's Bringing Out the Dead NOT to star Leonardo DiCaprio.
- We didn't think he had it in him: Hugo marks Martin Scorsese's first PG-rated film since 1993's period drama The Age of Innocence.
- He should know: James Cameron was wowed by a screening of the film, telling Martin Scorsese that it was the best use of 3D he had ever seen.
- No small feat: the opening shot of the film required 1,000 computers to render the graphic effects, and one year to complete.