Published: Fri, March 03, 2017
Culture | By Henry Herrera

Logan gives Wolverine a fantastic send-off


As the journey of Hugh Jackman comes to an end as Wolverine, the 48-year-old is leaving no stones unturned in making sure the last instalment featuring him is the most successful one of the hit franchise. In the film, she plays the role of Jackman's daughter.

Hugh Jackman's first movie in Hollywood is under the "X-Men" series so it is easy to understand how much "Logan" means to him, according to Sydney Morning Herald.

Speaking at a press conference in Sao Paulo, in Brazil, he said: "I love Wolverine".

Hugh Jackman co-stars with Patrick Stewart and reprises his "X-Men" role as Wolverine for the action film 'Logan, ' directed by James Mangold.

Logan, his final Wolverine movie, is due out on March 3.

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"Before X-Men, Id never lifted a weight in my life". That's how I feel, so I can't say I'm going to miss it because that's with me forever. If you're sad about Jackman retiring the adamantium claws, then you have Jerry Seinfeld to blame; and if you're happy, then you're already dream-casting the next Wolverine. "It's the first time in 17 years where I haven't known there was something on the horizon, and creatively, that's probably a good thing".

"Logan " is not for the faint of heart - not just because of its brutal violence, but because it packs an emotional wallop you don't typically expect from a comic-book movie.

Five readers can win double tickets for the IMAX screening of the new film Logan at Baywest Mall on Saturday night. But do you know what problem that raises?

"Well, it was less angry and more it's very important that people are prepared for what this movie is.When I made Cop Land many years ago, I had the disappointment of feeling like we made this very serious film, but the fact that Sly was the lead - I think he's incredible in the movie, but it had this very interesting effect on people.my biggest fear is that, in some ways, people anticipate just another movie, and then they're suddenly shocked". The role will be played by the 11-year-old Dafne Keen.

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