Logan actor Hugh Jackman reveals how he bid farewell to Wolverine: It was a luxury that I’ll never forget

In 2017, X-Men fans bid farewell to Wolverine via Logan. The movie brought an end to Hugh Jackman's run as the X-Men character in the franchise. Jackman has now opened up about the events that unfolded the day the emotional scene unfolded.
Logan actor Hugh Jackman reveals how he bid farewell to Wolverine: It was a luxury that I’ll never forgetLogan actor Hugh Jackman reveals how he bid farewell to Wolverine: It was a luxury that I’ll never forget
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Hugh Jackman laid his claws to rest with Logan. The actor became synonymous with Wolverine after having played the character on-screen for 16 years. The Aussie star had decided to kiss the X-Men character goodbye via James Mangold's Logan. However, Jackman has now opened up about everything that unfolded the day he, Mangold and Dafne Keen recorded Wolverine's death scene. The actor shared details of the emotional scene with Anne Hathaway during an interview for Variety‘s Actors on Actors issue. 

Jackman revealed that the scene was shot on the day a stunt sequence was planned. "I remember when we shot that scene, we were shooting very high altitude, and there were thunderstorms going off everywhere, and we had to shut down. He just said, ‘We can’t do this big stunt scene. But we’re just going to do the death scene.’ I’m like, ‘Like, now?’ He goes, ‘I’m just going to have you and Dafne, and if you could just do that.’ I’m like, ‘All right.’ He knew that’s best for me," Jackman revealed. 

While it was a sudden change of events, Mangold made sure Jackman was given enough time to bid farewell to the character. "We got there and we’re shooting the scene. Dafne was 11. She was fantastic. We shot Dafne, and she turned around in two takes and he goes, ‘Let’s just kick out. Let’s do another.’ I said, ‘You sure? I feel like–‘ and he goes, ‘Man, let’s just stop the clocks. Let’s not worry about everything. This is the end of 19 years. Sit it in for half an hour'", Jackman recalled. 

"Him allowing me — not just as an actor, but as Hugh — to remember that moment. It was a luxury that I’ll never forget," Jackman added. We don't know about Jackman but definitely cried our eyes out when we watched Wolverine laid to rest. What was your reaction? Let us know your thoughts int he comments below. 

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Anonymous 2 weeks ago

If it's on the reason I think it is then I'm not watching a nothing xmen movie......after the next3 installment and then I'm finish....probably watch 1 more after that and that'll be the end of it

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Seeing the character in 9 movies for 16 years you think that there never going to be an end. And then it's time for a final bow to a character so iconic that when you see that final scene its emotional for the fans.

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

I find it hard still because a three part old man Logan would have been a better way to go out. Brawling with the Hulk. Who wouldnt want to see that. That's RDJ money.

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

I'v followed X-MEN from when i was young now im 57yrs and still love it. 1 of the people I loved is Wolverine I'v seen all the movies. The last one called Logan it was hard to see him die as well as the professor. No one can play the roll of wolverine like Hugh Jackman. Wolverine your cariter will be well missed.

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

It was sad when Logan died but you are all a bunch of cry babies

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

I saw among all of X-Men franchise movie but I like Logan the most. It is the scene which create a emotional relationship between me and huge Jackman. I love Logan and I want to see huge Jackman as wolwerine in X-Men series again.

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

I will admit I was sad to see Wolverine die, I will admit I did cry. Hopefully the little girl can carry on the Legacy; if they do anything else with the storyline.

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

I cried like a baby! I absolutely love Logan and Hugh so it was very tough for me. Not sure how im going to watch anymore X men films without Hugh. He was the best. Great job with that movie!

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

I have to agree with anonymous, I don't think we've seen the last of mr. Jackman!

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

yeah I have to agree with anonymous.... I don't think we've seen the last of mr. Jackman!

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

I said bull **** Logan aka Wolverine doesn't die haven't you seen days of future past what a terrible script to totally go against another movie out out by the same franchise so glad we don't have fox in charge of xmen of Wolverine anymore

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

You'd have to take into account that days of future past rewrote the time line as opposed to the admantium skeleton being placed over the bones it has now been fused over top and around which means yes, Logan has now lost the ability to create immunities like he once had. Even in the comics it stated thats why he had turned more animalistic after magneto stripped the adimantiom off him as his mutation was able to speed back up from the crawl. So completely coating his bones now leaves him more vulnerable and human.

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

It broke my heart to see Logan die. Was a good run! Loved the ride!!!!

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Logan was one of the best movies that year. One of my favorite movies in the past 5 years. I was definitely emotional at the end.

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

I cried a little during his death scene and what his daughter had to say during his funeraul

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

I love Wolverine. I cried watching him die. The end of an era. Whom ever plays the next Wolverine has some might big shoes to fill. Good Luck to him.

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

If Logan was terrible, what film in the series did you think was more thoughtful or well-conceived? Just curious...this was one of the better films I saw in the series. The plot, acting, effects, and action were all above par in my opinion.

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Logan was such a terrible and contrived film.

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Contrived? Lol

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Go look up "contrivance". We'll wait.

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Read the last paragraph last line the (int he)

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

I cried in the theatre. It was heart wrenching i habe a daughter and my sonvis named Logan after wolverine

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

My son was named Logan after him too.

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