Hugh Jackman Thanks Patrick Stewart For His Work On Logan

Ever since his first appearance as Wolverine in the 2000 film X-Men, Hugh Jackman has played the role of the iconic Marvel superhero.

He's been getting old, his healing powers are getting worse and the metal in his body is poisoning him now. Not a single actor messed anything up, including the extras and the people who only have one or two lines.

Keen, Stewart, and Jackman share a number of beautifully emotional scenes, most memorably and oddly placed domestic dinner scene with a farming family that give the film a sort of warm, the family they have been denied feeling.

Now that the film has opened, Jackman took to Twitter to pay respect to his acting partner.

Jackman is also glad that he is off his Wolverine diet. But with the raunchy "Deadpool" and, now, the dark and ultraviolent "Logan", Fox has demonstrated that significant profits can also be found with movies aimed squarely at adults. Pierce is played by Boyd Holbrook, who did an awesome job on camera. Overall, there is a depressing and disturbing vibe that permeates throughout all of the action. Honestly, I'd just like to see a fully rebooted X-Men without the jumbled timeline. With X-23 going off to hang out with the other mutants at the end of the film, presumably her adventures in any sequel would involve them as well. So, I told [Hugh] that same evening, 'I'm done too. "Hugh and I didn't want to do it if we couldn't do something very different", Mangold said at a preview in Los Angeles of Twentieth Century Fox's 2017 slate. Professor X and Wolverine are protecting the young Laura who somehow holds the key to a better future.

"Logan" is one of the best cinematic experiences for fans of the comics and the "X-Men" movies.

The story of "Logan" is engaging, Hugh Jackman's performance is mind blowing and it stands out in the whole X-Men franchise. Logan exceeded all of my expectations, it is a lovely film, but one that is bittersweet, take a moment, feel it.

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