After “Wolverine 3”, Hugh Jackman does not want to become the short-tempered mutant again. And if it depends on the author of “X-Men” Simon Kinberg, no one else will either …
“Wolverine 3” is scheduled to hit our theaters on March 2, 2017, and thus lead actor Hugh Jackman has already started growing the characteristic beard again, in keeping with the current state, one last time. After the third solo mission, Jackman does not want to show his claws again as a mutant with self-healing powers and thus brings up possible successors. However, Simon Kinberg doesn’t want a successor, but rather to persuade Jackman to return.
Digital spy He was on the set of “X-Men: Apocalypse” in the summer of 2015 (beginning in Germany on May 19, 2016) and has now published the corresponding report. There is also a quote from Simon Kinberg, who wrote the scripts for “Apocalypse” and its predecessor “Future is Past” and who supervised the films as a producer. “I think you’ll want to work on new Wolverine stories. So we would try to lure Hugh back and get him to eat some more chicken and exercise for a few months, or we would have to come up with a creative way to move on. To be honest, I can’t imagine anyone else in the role, and there aren’t many characters I can say that about. “
His 2015 filmography could help keep Hugh Jackman as Wolverine: The Blockbuster, The Blockbuster, The Blockbuster, The Blockbuster, The Blockbuster, The Blockbuster, The Blockbuster, The Blockbuster Big box office flops “Chappie” and “Pan” certainly didn’t help Jackman value for a career without Wolverine, either.