Logan Movie News: Hugh Jackman Admits to Keeping Wolverine Costumes as Momentos [VIDEO]
Jackman admitted to taking Wolverine mementos which he might sell for charity.
Die-hard fans of the clawed mutant, Wolverine, are probably both excited and sad for the upcoming third and last Wolverine movie, Logan. The final chapter in the superhero's saga will be seeing Hugh Jackman starring in his final movie as the well beloved member of the X-Men. Now, new reports are revealing that while Jackman will have to put down his Wolverine suit and claws in Hollywood, he may not be doing the exact same thing in real life.
In a recent interview with Variety, the 48-year old actor revealed that he very much enjoyed his time playing as the adamantium-clawed superhero and that he actually took a couple of mementos with him. When the actor was asked if he ever kept any of the Wolverine suit during his past movies, Jackman admitted that he actually kept one for each movie along with the prop claws that he was using.
According to Comic Book, Jackman's sentimentality towards his wardrobe may indicate that he probably hasn't parted with his character entirely. However, Jackman did mention that he was planning on selling some of his costumes for charity and maybe keeping one for himself. He also jokingly mentioned that he may don the suit occasionally on Saturday nights to relive his experience.
His willingness to part with some of his costumes is quite an admirable quality for the actor. The thought of Jackman donning the suit in his spare time could also be of some consolation to fans who are still dealing with the fact that there wouldn't be any more Wolverine movies that will star the actor.
Logan will be set in the future where mutants are all but extinct. In the year 2024, a tired and old Logan, whose healing factor has slowed down, will be faced with the decision to go on one last adventure as he helps a young mutant. The movie will also be seeing the return of Patrick Stewart, as an old and struggling Charles Xavier. Logan is scheduled to hit theaters on March 3.