Wolverine actor Hugh Jackman has shared a few new details on his final standalone movie centered around the regenerating mutant, hinting at a possible Sabertooth appearance and Logan letting loose some good ol’ berserker rage. However, he is aware of what elements fans want to see for his grand finale, and he revealed to a podcast on August 16 which of them they want the most – whether or not they are actually used in the film.
The Beserker Rage is a mainstream figure of speech from the Wolverine comic books, in which Logan gives into his carnal bloodlust by barbarously gutting his foes. Should you know Wolverine you’ll perceive.’ The cycle refers back to the boiling anger skilled by Wolverine when resisting the temptation to retaliate against an assailant – thus increasing his already vital body strength & pushing him right in to a seemingly psychopathic state of consciousness.
Despite making appearances in several spin-offs and X-MEN films, old Wolverine still has some tricks up his sleeve.
In an interview Collider, Stewart revealed that his character will play a big role in the movie, not just a simple cameo. Now, I know we’re all trying very hard to forget that X-MEN: ORIGINS – WOLVERINE never happened, but the simple fact is that it did, and no matter how hard we try to scrub that film from our memories, it will always exist.
“I think what you say is true”, he said. It is being said that James Mangold will be returning to direct the movie after having worked with the actor in the movie’s prequel. He jokingly added, “And the idea of an old Wolverine – I’m really looking forward to Hugh Jackman getting old”.
However, Stewart addressed these rumors, saying that the upcoming “X-Men” film will focus on the younger versions of their characters once again.
Sabretooth, meanwhile, was featured in Bryan Singer’s original “X-Men” from 2000 and was played by Liev Schrieber in the poorly received “X-Men Origins: Wolverine”.