Hugh Jackman returns as clawed mutant Wolverine in 'Logan'

Carla Harmon
March 4, 2017

This weekend marks the last time we'll see Hugh Jackman as the adamantium, berserker-raging mutant, Wolverine. Seinfeld's advice: leave a little in the tank. I never thought in a million years it would last, so I'm so grateful to the fans for the opportunity of playing it. "I'm quite indecisive, but when I get that gut feeling, it's kind of a relief to me".

Hugh said recently: "I think she's just happy I'm off that diet". With the kids, I knew. With his this reply, Hugh Jackman surely managed to endear his global as well Indian fans. Directed by James Mangold, Logan releases in Indian theatres on March 3. Jackman was open to it, but not without a serious caveat.

"A producer in Hollywood said, 'I'll give you a tip". "But we really needed to earn it".


"It feels flawless to me", Jackman added. However, the R rating has another, more salutary effect: As Logan and the professor, who regains a measure of lucidity now that he has another mutant to look after, transport Laura across the country, they can hurl obscenities at each other like a bickering old couple tired of each other's quirks.

"I think it does create real scheduling and universe issues and something that could be ironed out, but it would need to be ironed out. I loved the metaphor of his weapon being the thing that's killing him, on every level", Jackman confirmed in an interview to Empire magazine.

As serious as Jackman seems about laying Logan to rest, he does have an escape clause (escape claws?) should he change his mind. Radio Times also describes the film as a "fairly standalone tale" that doesn't have much connection to the other X-Men films. Right from the opening scene, the violence that will characterize the whole movie is already on full display, showing that the R rating is not just for show.


But don't get too excited about that idea. But Jackman insisted he's OK.

"To be not afraid to fail, to do a s**t take, to try something that was bad, to tell people you're nervous or scared".


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