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“I’m coming for you”: Hugh Jackman Shares One Terrifying Message as Wolverine That Will Upset a Lot of Fans

“I’m coming for you”: Hugh Jackman Shares One Terrifying Message as Wolverine That Will Upset a Lot of Fans

The world of pop culture went into a state of frenzy as soon as it was informed that Hugh Jackman is returning in his iconic role of Wolverine. The adamantium-clawed superhero is going to be spotted in the upcoming Deadpool 3 and it looks like his preparations are going well. Jackman revealed that he is soon going to be starting his training routine for the project. But at the same time, his statement might upset some fans.

Hugh Jackman in Wolverine
Hugh Jackman as Wolverine

The role of Wolverine has let the 54-year-old actor get a massive widespread fan base. So when it was announced that Hugh Jackman is going to make his return along with Deadpool, the fans were more than excited. But his latest comments related to chickens might disappoint a certain section.

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What did Hugh Jackman say about his Deadpool 3 training?

Hugh Jackman was spotted last in his role of Logan in 2017’s Logan. The actor stated that he would never reprise his role ever again after his character took his last breath in the movie. But his return in the first R Rated MCU movie has led the actor to once again get back to his rigorous procedure to get his Wolverine physique.

Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds.
Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds announcing Deadpool 3

As The Prestige actor said, he will completely focus on his Deadpool 3 workout. Appearing in Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace? Jackman revealed that he is already fit thanks to his broadway singing and dancing routines. It will help him start the workout process more smoothly.

“I’ve learned you can’t rush it. I’ve learned that it takes time. So we have six months from when I finish to when I started filming. And I’m not doing any other work. I’m going to be with my family and train. That’s going to be my job for six months. And I’m really fit right now. There’s one thing that about eight shows a week being on Broadway singing and dancing is I’m fit. So I’m healthy. I have a good place to start.”

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But Hugh Jackman’s last sentence can lead to some controversy as he openly said that his workout routine will also have him consuming chickens. He joked that the chickens should run now.

“And apologies, chickens. Run a mile. Start running now because I’m coming for you.”

This comment made by him might be upsetting to some PETA as well as vegan fans. Moreover, PETA’s former track record with the X-Men: Origins superhero is also not very well.

PETA and Hugh Jackman don’t share a sweet bond

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Hugh Jackman in The Greatest Showman

PETA or People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has also asked the fans to boycott Jackman’s 2017 hit The Greatest Showman. The non-profit organization alleged that the movie didn’t show the true image of the entertainer P.T. Barnum who started the Barnum & Bailey Circus. According to them, the movie didn’t portray how he was cruel to the animals who were very commonly used at that time in circus shows.

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So it can present a little concerning situation for the actor and the upcoming Shawn Levy directorial. But the hype of the movie is also very high and it will not be a surprise if Deadpool 3 turns out to be one of the craziest movies by Marvel as it promises a crazy time-traveling journey. On top of it, the Ryan Reynolds movie will also follow the story of Logan before the happenings of the 2017 movie which ensures that the timeline is maintained.

Deadpool 3 will hit theaters on November 8, 2024, while The Greatest Showman can be streamed on Disney+.

Source: Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?

Written by Subham Mandal

Subham Mandal is currently working as a writer for FandomWire with an ardent interest in the world of pop culture. Subham has written more than 400 articles on different spheres of modern pop culture and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in English based in Kolkata. He’s also an experienced student journalist having demonstrated work experience with the Times of India. He aspires to be a column writer in the future.