Hugh Jackman delivers a strong and perhaps his best performance as an older Logan who's just trying to make it day by day while working to spend his final days living with Charles on a boat in the fresh air. He has publicly stated that he intends to hang up Wolverine's claws.
Jackman first played Wolverine in 2000's X-Men, his acting debut in Hollywood, sparking a re-emergence of superhero movies and kicking off a franchise that has so far clocked up $4.4 billion in box office receipts.
It's been some time since I've seen a film in which the violence rendered an emotional reaction - this is because the violence is not glamorised but used as a tool to send the message that bloodshed and murder is a reprehensible act. "I don't know where to go". Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry and Anna Paquin ended up getting those parts, respectively.
"The movie itself does seem to set this up, as Logan's sacrifice allows Laura and the other mutant children to escape into Canada", the report noted. And he heard about it from fans... often. It's interesting to see how the relationship between the three characters plays out and how despite initial resistance from Logan, the trio become an unlikely family. "And it's an wonderful swan song for the Jackman's Wolverine character". "They're very vocal with me". It's kind of a family I have.
When you think of Wolverine, there's an immediate rush of adrenaline running within you and simply full throttle action comes to mind. "And I remember thinking, 'One day, I'd love to be on stage with this man.' So when I turned up to audition [for 'X-Men"], I was completely starstruck.More news: Iraqi forces recaptures Mosul airport from ISIS
Logan does not hold back on the mass carnage that Wolverine can leave in his wake.
This old video of the original audition resurfaced online once again as Jackman's last film as Wolverine, Logan, has garnered a huge success in the USA box office in its opening weekend.
The movie cost under $5 million to produce and has taken in $76 million in two weeks.
Still, Logan is enjoying extremely positive reviews, with one AP critic saying that Jackman is "going out in heartfelt, high-class style". Professor X may show up in a Deadpool sequel, and Stewart - not James McAvoy - could be playing him once again. To me that conveys a backstory you really don't have to verbalize in the film.