Hugh Jackman has stepped out on social media to reflect on Logan’s release after three years. In the film year 2029, with Professor Xavier raised as Hugh Jackman Wolverine and Patrick Stewart, in a deserted time, other X men are dead, mutants are now being born, and Logan’s healing abilities begin to falter. Directed by James Mangold, the film was loosely inspired by the Mark Millar and Steve McNiven “Old Man Logan” comic book story and created by Laura, a young Logan’s DNA mutant who wants to help her and Xavier in escaping from the frightening sinister Dafne. Keen launched a government program that developed it and ran for security in Canada.
In addition to grossing $ 419,000,000 at the box office, Logan was an important darling and Oscar clearance for Mangold’s script (which he co-wrote with Scott Frank and Michael Green). For many, the film marks the perfect conclusion for Fox X men films, and to date, Jackman’s most excellent performance boasts, either as Wolverine or not. In a classy gesture, Hugh Jackman reflects on his X Men legacy to take advantage of the film’s three-year anniversary and once again thank his fans for supporting him.
Posting on Twitter, Jackman thanked his fans for including “many (and I really mean many) years of sweat, boiled chicken and the role of a lifetime” and for adding a promo image of himself in Logan Celebrate the occasion. He posted additional photos and the same message on his Instagram account, as you can see below.
Looking back, it is fair to say that Logan has had a significant impact on the superhero and comic book movie landscape. Two years ago, the Joker joined the $ 100,000,000 club and took home a pair of Oscars; Mangold proved that to make it an R-rated character-driven superhero film and earn loads of critical acclaim. While receiving a bundle at the box office. Combined with the success of Deadpool from years ago, it also demonstrated there was a market for superhero movies that sharply broke away from the formula popularized by the MCU at the time. Disney had not bought the studio; Fox was planning to follow Logan with the Extra X Men’s spinoffs that spanned a variety of styles and tones, starting with the Josh Boone horror style new mutants. That will not be the case, but fans will get what will happen when the Boone film finally gets a taste of the theater hit next month.
Of course, Jackman left an even more significant mark on the role of Wolverine, with his powerful performance in Logan before capping things before bringing the character to life over a memorable seventeen years. This is one of the reasons why Marvel Studios is taking its time to reboot the X-Men for the MCU after Disney’s Fox purchase; Jackman left some big shoes to fill whoever in the end for the adamantium claw mutant game in the franchise. Naturally, that hasn’t stopped fans from speculating about who might take on the role and whether Wolvie would soon join the MCU (perhaps even in one of the upcoming Disney + series). Nevertheless, it is Jackman’s great work that people are still talking about his run as the character, three years after Logan brought it to a poignant conclusion.
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