More often than never, people tend to believe that Hollywood stars live a life of glamour and stardom without any hitches, but that isn’t true most of the time. Hugh Jackman, for example, had to live the life of a warrior monk when he was playing the role of Wolverine for the X-Men franchise. His diet and lifestyle involved disciplined levels of sacrifice and order, which most people would only dream of successfully implementing.
And as the star was getting ready to reprise his role of the Mutant, there came a development along the way that seems to have thrown a wrench in the process. Recently, Jackman took to his Instagram profile to upload a reel in which he describes the disease he’d been fighting in the past might’ve returned.
Hugh Jackman’s Skin Cancer Might Be Back!
While many people might know him as Wolverine from his depiction of the comic book character from Marvel Comics, Hugh Jackman is a very talented actor that has been part of many successful films in the past. But what most of his fans might not know is the fact that he has been a fighter in his battle against skin cancer countless times in the past, something that might’ve returned back in his life.
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In a recent reel that he posted on his Instagram, The Greatest Showman star revealed that he will now be wearing a bandage for most of the time he will be caught in public because his doctor advised so. He stated that Basal Cell Carcinoma was the most basic type of skin cancer that he had gotten treated back in 2013 once before. Along with this update, he also sent out a health advisory to people to wear sunscreen in summer as UV rays are the most common cause of this disease. He said:
“So, I wanted you to hear it from me, just in case someone sees me on the street or whatever, I’ve just had two biopsies done. I just went to my doctor, Dr. Iron, who’s awesome. And she just saw little things, could be or could not be basal cell in her opinion. She doesn’t know. I’ll find out in two or three days, and as soon as I know, I’ll let you know. Just to remind you, basal cell — in the world of skin cancers — is the least dangerous of them all,”
While the star assured the fans that this is not a life-threatening illness, fans are still a little worried about his well-being, while also wondering if this will become a major hindrance while shooting the upcoming Deadpool 3 for him.
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What To Expect From Deadpool 3?
While it may seem like his health scare might become a problem while shooting for the upcoming film, Jackman’s assurance to his fans gives them a little relief for the star’s future. As for Deadpool 3, he has been regularly updating his fans and followers through his social media platforms about the transformation process he’s been going through to become Wolverine once more. And judging by all the updates. it seems like there’s little to worry about on the production side of things.
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Deadpool 3, in cinemas on 8th November 2024