Hugh Jackman on Oscars, last movie as Wolverine

Hugh Jackman on Oscars, last movie as Wolverine

Hugh Jackman on Oscars, last movie as Wolverine

The British screen and stage legend is appearing on this week's Graham Norton Show on the BBC, alongside Hugh Jackman and fellow X-Men star Ian McKellen, who spoke about watching the film at last week's glittering Berlin Film Festival world premiere.

Hugh Jackman will be playing his last role as Wolverine when "Logan" finally hits theaters and fans have reacted to that news.

But while the 48-year-old Wolverine actor has spent years lobbying for an X-Men/Avengers team-up, it looks as though that's not going to happen.

We've no doubt got plenty more Deadpool movies coming in the near future, but it's probably wise for Jackman to leave his fans wanting more, rather than overstay his welcome. Prepare the tissues for this one. But just recently, he told The Independent in a podcast why he had a change of heart, and that's it best for him and Hugh Jackman, Wolverine's real-life alter-ego, to finally move on.

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The film introduces mutants Wolverine and Rogue into the conflict between Professor Xavier's X-Men and the Brotherhood of Mutants, led by Magneto.

When people think of an apocalyptic superhero film and the flawless anti-hero, you can bet that X-Men would be among the films the first think of and it is easy to see why. But this is the X-Men!

He's now on a worldwide press tour to promote his final outing with Logan, which is getting insanely good reviews and we even said it was something that could forever change the face of superhero movies.

Jackman said that if that possibility would have been available, he would have "paused" about retiring from the role.

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