Hugh Jackman is about to make his last stand as Logan. How should he go out?
Wolverine 3, you say? Ideas from readers, you say? Right here.
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1 Jackman’s already teased that his final movie may take inspiration from Mark Millar and Steve McNiven’s acclaimed comic book series, 2008-2009’s Old Man Logan – and you definitely want to see a postapocalyptic Wolvie up there on the big screen. oliver hayman says: “A futuristic setting would give us something really fresh – the worldbuilding possibilities alone would be brilliant. Come on, it’s the story the fans are clamouring for!”
THE BIG GOODBYE
2 Story choices aside, you just want to see a movie that’s a fitting farewell to Hugh Jackman after 17 years of faithful service in the line of mutant duty (amazingly this will be the ninth time he’s played the role). “Make sure he goes out on a high,” says tasha p. “He deserves the best script and the best direction for this one. He’s always been the greatest thing about the X-Men movies. Give Wolverine the send-off he deserves.”
GET READY TO RUMBLE
3 Time to see Wolverine bring the berserk, you reckon. “A decent scrap!” says neil tex hickman. “With Sabretooth! Liev Schreiber was great in the role – one good thing about X-Men Origins: Wolverine.”
4 You also want to see Logan meet his female counterpart from the comic books, created as part of the Weapon X programme. “Having just watched X-Men Apocalypse’s post credits scene I think they are hinting at X-23,” says chris coghlan. “It might be an interesting sideplot.”
5 We know the mighty Richard E Grant’s in the cast – and pete surtis reckons he’d be perfect as classic X-villain Arcade, master of lethal funfairs. “He’s got the right amount of flamboyance and he’s great at playing psychos,” says Pete. “Just imagine the action scenes you could have in Murderworld!”