Hugh Jackman is unleashing his claws as Wolverine a single last time in his new action-packed movie "Logan."
Jackman rose to stardom playing the iconic Wolverine character. He told "GMA" that he'll miss the comic book hero, a part he's had for 17 years.
"It really is sort of like leaving the finest part of your life," he mentioned. "There is a point exactly where you should really go and this is just that time and I hope it will never ever leave me. The fans come up to me everyday of my life and I enjoy them, this character I appreciate."
Jackman's "Logan" hits theaters March 3 and has currently received rave testimonials.
"We attempted to make some thing that didn't feel like a comic book movie...a film that individuals [who] in no way, ever seen a comic book movie who would go to," he mentioned.
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With Oscars two days away, Jackman, who hosted the awards show in 2009, stated Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel is possibly "rather relaxed."
"Now you go into this point of camera rehearsals and today's Friday so he will be at the stage today," Jackman stated. "[T]hat guy is a pro. I enjoy Jimmy and I believe he's going to be so excited. It really is his moment...my aim was to have the time of my life irrespective of whether it worked or not."
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