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Hugh Jackman was Anne Hathaway’s most recent interview with four of Variety’s actors and, in a very emotional conversation, reveals how it felt to say goodbye to Wolverine’s role during the character’s death scene in the 2017 film Logan, in addition to to remember his last days on the set directed by James Mangold.
The star says: “I remember when we shot that scene, we were shooting at very high altitudes and there was thunderstorms everywhere, and we had to stop recording. He just said, ‘We can’t do this big stunt scene, so let’s go do the death scene ‘and I was like, now ?, and he’ I’m just going to have you and Dafne [Keen], and if you can do that … ‘and I accepted. He knew what was best for me. “
Jackman continues: “We filmed Daphne, and she turned in two takes and he said, ‘Let’s get it over with, let’s do the other one’, and I said, ‘Are you sure? I feel like-‘ and he said ‘man, let’s go stop the clocks, let’s not worry about everything, this is the end of 19 years. Sit for half an hour. “He rolled the cameras. and allowed me – not just as an actor, but as Hugh – to remember that moment. a luxury I will never forget. “
Although Logan marked a big farewell for Hugh Jackman to the role of Wolverine, there is great speculation about his potential return for a future studio project, which is strengthened thanks to the wishes of fans who love his performance.
Jackman, however, does not seem to be in the mood to use his claws again and has said more than once that he gives his blessings to another actor to assume the role. A new character interpreter has not yet been found.
While a new movie with Wolverine doesn’t happen, read more about Logan at Cinema10.