However, the film ends leaving the rest of the X-Men film universe in a bit of a limbo, bringing decades of continuity to an end while still hinting at future movies that could extend the franchise further. His movie has created quite a stir as it is expected to be his last movie as the legendary comic character "Wolverine".
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Saying goodbye to the "Wolverine" saga while watching "Logan" at the Berlin Film Festival proved emotional for Sir Patrick Stewart and Hugh Jackman, who have become "such good friends" throughout their 17 years of working on the films together. The character was last seen attempting to escape the complex he is held in. Stewart, a great Shakespearian actor in his own right, plays the aged Professor X with the volatility of King Lear, a man who in one moment is fiery with impotent rage and in the next is a gentle and sage mentor.
In the poll, 71% told Fandango that more superhero movies should be rated R, while 86% are interested in seeing a more violent, adult X-Men movie this weekend.
'Logan' a satisfying end for Jackman's Wolverine
I loved Wolverine the most and during our discussion just a while back, Hugh offered me to be part of the next X-Men instalment. When I read claws came out of his hands, I thought, 'That's ridiculous.' Wolverine is a different character.
But won't we already know what happens to them? For the broader audience, there's a resonant motif in "Logan" that times have changed for the worst, but this dystopian world revives the humanity in these characters, a development that's all for the best. "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". My goal was real simple: "It was to pick a time where I had enough elbow room that I was clear of existing entanglements". The only film that he is not present is "Deadpool". The film co-stars Octavia Spencer and Tim McGraw.
Jackman recently recorded a video urging his fans in India to go watch his movie releasing on Friday, March 3.
Hugh Jackman's last Wolverine movie Logan is opening in theatres tomorrow. James Mangold is directing and helped on the screenplay along with Scott Frank and Michael Green.
Logan is just one day away from slicing its way into American theaters and early screening reviews have predominantly been positive.