Hugh Jackman is on the promotion tour for his last outing as Wolverine in the movie Logan.
To honor his legacy in the X-Men franchise, Entertainment Weekly has made a decision to bid Jackman's rendition of Wolverine goodbye, the publication has chose to feature the star in its cover spread. Considering the complex and downright confusing timeline involved in the X-Men franchise, this week's Entertainment Weekly: The Show spells out how Jackman's iconic character fits in.
In contrast to this newest X-Men development, Disney has gone to great lengths to have all of the Marvel Cinematic Universe films fit neatly together and the results are fantastic.
So we'll never see Wolverine and Professor X again?
"You're superheroes", Jackman said in the video. "It's like, 'It's OK, I'll be back here - I'm doing a movie called The Greatest Showman, I'll be back here in six months".
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Prior to Deadpool breaking out, R-rated superhero films were scant on the big screen and but included The Watchmen, Kick-Ass, Blade and The Punisher. Then again, it could be that the filmmakers won't worry too much about this too much, as the X-Men films have quite merrily torn up their own continuity in years past.
At present there's no indication of when it will go online, but for those who can't make the cinema you can probably expect some sort of version popping up on YouTube in coming days. James Mangold is directing and helped on the screenplay along with Scott Frank and Michael Green.
"I'm excited to see.what happens next with whoever takes on.the claws and battles", Jackman told a news conference in Beijing on Wednesday where he and Stewart promoted "Logan".
Logan \/em will be the final time Jackman portrays the character, and Wolverine\u0027s long-time rival has taken to Twitter to pay his respects.
Seems like Logar star Hugh Jackman wants some publicity for his movie releasing on March 3.