Moët & Chandon is thrilled to announce its partnership with 20th Century Fox’s bold and original musical The Greatest Showman, which celebrates the birth of show business and tells of a visionary man P.T. Barnum, who rose from nothing to create a spectacle that became a worldwide sensation.

It is only natural for Moët & Chandon – the champagne House that exudes the magic of celebration and show business – to be a partner of this enchanting story of success and achievement, honoring the power of a pioneering spirit. The Greatest Showman will premiere worldwide on December 25, 2017 in the U.S., and on December 26 in Australia.

Directed by Michael Gracey, the film stars Academy Award nominee Hugh Jackman along with Zac Efron, Michelle Williams
and Zendaya. American businessman and showman Barnum once said, “The noblest art is that of making others happy,” a world view that perfectly aligns with Moët & Chandon’s mission to share the magic of champagne with the world.

Both embrace an avant-garde vision, a penchant for the magic of show business, and an enthusiasm for sharing savoir-fête, the Maison’s legendary savoir-faire in the art of celebration and praise the joy of life.

The French Maison has celebrated the seventh art since the early days, dazzling in some of its timeless and unforgettable moments of glamour, magic and happiness. In the same way legendary film directors make people dream presenting timeless moments on film, Moët & Chandon delights its audience with its refined bubbles and glorious grand gestures.

Moët & Chandon’s elegant savoir-fête will sparkle again in The Greatest Showman, continuing its longstanding love affair with the cinema. After its first big screen appearance in 1928, the champagne House starred in more than 100 Hollywood and international productions to date, including The Great Gatsby (2013). From the Golden Globes to the Toronto Film Festival and the Mostra Film Festival in Venice, Moët & Chandon is a symbol of cinema style and glamour, enchanting any moments with iconic celebrations.

Source: Moet