'Logan' is the Wolverine movie Hugh Jackman always deserved

Posted March 03, 2017

"Logan's" performance in the box office will surely mean so much to Hugh Jackman as it would be his swan song for the "X-Men" series. Because she has an "X-Men" comic book that says so.

Moreover, it was also revealed that his goodbye with Wolverine's character brings forth good news to Hugh Jackman in some way - he does not need to go on a strict diet anymore.

The 48-year-old actor laughs at the memory, yet the character, with his recalcitrant attitude and penchant for ultra-violence, has for 17 years fascinated mainstream pop culture, adoring fanboys and even Jackman himself.

Also starring Dafne Keen, Eriq La Salle, Stephen Merchant, Elise Neal and Elizabeth Rodriguez, Logan is coming to theaters on March 3, 2017. So many weights lifted and so many chickens eaten getting pumped up to be a superhero icon. And through almost two decades, ten films, and a lot of shirtless scenes, Jackman has stuck to a strict diet in order to look the part - until now. Sitting on a NY fire escape with his wife Deborra-Lee Furness the Saturday night after X-Men opened in 2000 and her saying: "I think this is going to change everything".

When asked if he wished he had the power to self-heal like Wolverine, Hugh said, "I wish I had a little bit of Logan's healing powers".

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If you're going to lean that heavily on one of the best films of the last two decades, you'd better deliver something worthy of the comparison - and Logan does. The "Shane" film references were cool, and I loved the way the film wraps at the end, also very awesome.

Hollywood actor Hugh Jackman is widely remembered for his iconic portrayal of the mutant superhero - Wolverine. Recently appearing on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon", Hugh Jackman credits Jerry Seinfeld for convincing him to quit Wolverine once and for all. To this Jackman quickly retorted saying, "Well, Oh!"

After that, his future is wide open.

"I'm not sure who, I think, it should be someone that you don't expect perhaps".

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