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First off, Hugh Jackman has suggested that we'll finally get to see Wolverine's beserker rage, which is when he puts his morals to one side and then really causes damage that he regrets later on. This could feasibly lead into him denouncing his violent ways, which is a main aspect of "Old Man Logan". But what we do know for certain is that Wolverine 3 will be the last time we'll ever see Hugh Jackman as the character. Probably. I mean it's impossible to say for certain. Why? Because not only is Hugh Jackman's popularity amongst X-Men fans still as fervent as at any point over the last 17 years, but the success of Deadpool means that the universe is currently thriving. Until we're told otherwise, though, let's just assume that this is the last we'll get to see Hugh Jackman as Logan, which is something that he confirmed back in July 2015 in the coolest fashion possible. Speaking about why he is walking away from Wolverine after 17 years, Hugh Jackman admitted that it just feels like it's the right time to do so, while proclaiming that the idea for Wolverine 3 is "the perfect way to go out." If Wolverine 3 is his final appearance as the mutant, then we can at least hope that he does make a cheeky cameo in this year's X-Men: Apocalypse. But what does Hugh Jackman's exit mean for the future of Wolverine in the X-Men universe? 20th Century Fox would almost certainly want the most iconic character from X-Men to return. Which would mean that Wolverine would be recast. A prospect that's just too hard to even consider right now. Thank the heavens then that Hugh Jackman is going to be joined by some old friends for his send off.

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