Hugh Jackman opens up about his photograph with Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige becoming famous online and sparking debate over his potential return as Wolverine. The 52-year-old Australian actor rose to international stardom for his job as the adamantium-controlled hero in Fox’s X-Men franchise upon its launch in 2000. He would carry the job forward in the initial two sequels, X2: X-Men United and X-Men: The Last Stand, the latter of which saw a more blended gathering and nearly concluded the franchise.
The Oscar candidate as of late talked with ComicBook.com to examine his work in the impending science fiction secret spine chiller Reminiscence. As the conversation moved to the photograph of he and Feige sparking fan theories of the former’s return as the Wolverine for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Jackman explained he didn’t realize posting the fan art and photograph would circulate around the web and had a better expectation behind sharing the image. See what Jackman said beneath:
However Jackman may not be returning as Wolverine for the MCU, fans can at least anticipate Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool making his way from Fox to the House of Mouse. With Feige already having affirmed that Deadpool 3 will remain R-rated and the star himself as of late praising the composition of Bob’s Burgers alums the Molyneux sisters, his transition makes certain to be a compelling one. With any karma, Reynolds will figure out how to make fun of Jackman declining a MCU Wolverine appearance in the film to the same degree of hilarity as the initial two movies.