5 Things Hollywood Got Wrong About Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine

Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine is one of the finest and well-made comic book characters of all time. The very first movie in the X-Men series was released in the year 2000 and since then, Hugh Jackman has portrayed the role of Wolverine in eight films till date including cameos. He will be playing the character for the ninth and final time in the upcoming movie Logan, which will hit the screens on March 3, 2017. If you look at the X-Men franchise as a whole, it has been pretty decent and Hugh Jackman’s wolverine has played a great role in that. But the fact is that his solo movies were not that great and there are also some problems with the characterization of Wolverine. Let’s have a look at 5 things Hollywood got wrong about Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine.

His Size and Stature


This one is not a criticism and we all are well aware of the fact that X-Men movie universe is not same as that of the Marvel comic book universe and therefore we can’t expect everything to be exactly same. In the comics, Wolverine is fat and short. Even though wolverines are short in reality, Hollywood never characterize Wolverine as short and fat. Could you imagine superheroes like Superman and Batman being depicted as short and fat guys? And exactly this principle is applied here. Hugh Jackman is really lean and tall and is exactly opposite to what we have seen in the comics.

His Looks


Hugh Jackman is really appealing as Wolverine and we don’t have any arguments regarding that. But the truth is that Hugh Jackman doesn’t possess the correct looks to portray Wolverine (a faithful version). Wolverine is highly animalistic in nature and is a rough and tough guy. He is actually really untidy and is entirely different from the Hollywood good looks of Hugh Jackman. Hugh Jackman’s looks in the X-Men series too clean and tidy and therefore, it is an untruthful adaptation Wolverine.

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Joyal Jose

Joyal is an ardent movie lover and he tries to watch all the movies at the very first day of its release and even the very first show. He loves to remain simple always just like his inspirational hero Ajith Kumar (Actor). His love for Paul Walker is never ending and he misses him like anything. He loves his sister more than anything else in this world. One of his most favorite hobbies is to review movies, but he never rates them. According to his concept, he is no one to rate someone else’s work. The ultimate aim of his life is to become a script writer in the Malayalam film industry.
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