dglobalnews.com Hugh Jackman wants Shah Rukh Khan to play Wolverine
Published: Fri, March 03, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Orlando Mckenzie

Hugh Jackman wants Shah Rukh Khan to play Wolverine

The 48-year-old actor's film Logan hits theaters at midnight, and he has revealed this will be his last time playing Wolverine. And the expression on Selleck's face is "Holy S***!" and I thought, bingo.

Jackman said he was unsure if it would be possible to find another Wolverine story that he was personally excited about.

And we, the fans, will also see an older Professor X that's battling dementia - because irony has cruelly twisted its knife - and a Logan that cares for him tenderly despite initially showing resistance to joining the X-Men in the first place. "I take inspiration from that because I respect and love the fans knowing that I would not be sitting here if it weren't for Wolverine".

"[My goal] was to put that character that I loved so much and felt really deeply about on the screen and to go to bed at night knowing, I did everything I could". While talking about his long journey as wolverine, Hugh then nominated the Bollywood Badshah Shahrukh Khan as the next Wolverine.

"Nothing's keeping me away". In either case, I am just hoping for a good movie.

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The two actors take their final adventure with these characters in Logan, out March 3. Sometimes, the emotion can be upsetting and unsettling but I get to be at night feeling so grateful to my fans, to my fellow film makers and to the studio which allowed us to make this insane movie which is different from all the others.

But it looks to me as though the lands around El Paso have made Mangold, Jackman and company very welcome indeed.

Also other Hollywood films like The Shack, Before I Fall, The Last Word, Table 19, Catfight and Lavender are releasing on Friday. I want it to be really great.

"Significantly, every one of these films has been about something, and about something that was directly connected to the world we live in today, to society at large", Stewart says.

While Jackman and Stewart are naturally the names on the marquee that people will instantly recognize, there are many times where Keen, whose storyline is quite significant in "Logan", steals the show from both of them.

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