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The last installment of 'The Wolverine' movie series will reportedly be based on 'Old Man Logan' storyline which will bring the clawed mutant into the twilight of his life.
The 'Wolverine' actor opens up the influence behind his decision to let go of his mutant character in the 'X-Men' franchise.
The 46-year-old Australian actor says, 'I never thought in a million years it would last, so I'm so grateful to the fans for the opportunity of playing it.'
'X-Men: Apocalypse' is rumored to set up a conclusion for the current mutant universe which might end after the third 'Wolverine' movie in 2017.
The third 'Wolverine' movie which will become Hugh Jackman's last appearance in the 'X-Men' franchise will be penned by Michael Green.
It was the film's director James Mangold who confirms the shooting plan in response to a question on his Twitter.
The Professor Xavier depicter retracts his previous statement, saying that McKellen a.k.a. Magneto will appear in the follow-up to 'X-Men: Days of Future Past'.
When he finally decides to leave the 'X-Men' franchise, Jackman wants his mutant character to get rebooted rather than recast.
Hugh Jackman and 'X-Men' producers weigh in on the possible back-to-back production and seem to confirm that Wolverine will indeed be included in 'Apocalypse'.
The 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' actor is ready to put his claws behind for good as saying, 'If I did another one I'm 99.9 percent sure it would be the last.'
James Mangold will have a lot of time to write fresh story for the next Wolverine movie as it will be made after Bryan Singer is done with his 'Apocalypse'.
A third 'Wolverine' film is in the works with Jackman and Mangold expected to return to their respective posts as the male lead and the director.