While James Mangold and Marvel were keen distracting everyone on the potential of a Deadpool crossover, a plot twist was kept secret until an hour into the film's running.
The Australian action star admitted that he had a creative difference with director James Mangold over the conclusion to the Marvel blockbuster.
The Australian moved out of the woods and into the sound booth to showcase the pure rage and ferocity of his wild performance, as James Mangold explained why the movie ended how it did.
Back in 1999, when every one was fearful of Y2K, a brash young Australian named Hugh Jackman was auditioning to play the part of Wolverine.
Speaking ahead of the March 3 premiere of Logan, the veteran actor argued that the Marvel series have veered towards dangerous territory in the past.
Captain America, Tony Stark and ... Wolverine? Hugh Jackman was quizzed about crossing over to the Avengers for a potential crossover and he loved the idea
After teasing and failing to commit one way or another, the Australian has finally pulled the pin on the proposed project as the Logan star gives his reasoning.
Praising the legacy of the franchise during the Berlin premiere, Jackman argued that the final installment is by far his proudest and best of the lot.
Despite his reluctance to confirm any plans for a Marvel blockbuster in the future, the Australian admitted that the project has the potential to come to fruition.
James Mangold outlined how the 2017 action blockbuster had initial plans for more mutants as Sophie Turner confirms that a new installment is ready for production.
Set years in the future with the mutant species on the run, the Australian star discussed how the upcoming blockbuster ties into the previous films of the series.
Nearing ever closer to the debut on March 3, 2017, director James Mangold continues to tease away with 3 fresh images while the Aussie star gives us a rundown.