Re: In Place of Hugh Jackman?
I think with better writing and a director/studio who isn't afraid to take the character darker (which was the biggest problem of the last two films) that Hugh can certainly still take the character where he's supposed to be.
Honestly, his 60-second cameo in First Class was more Wolverine-like than nearly anything he got to do in the last two films.
I'm not ready to see someone else play Wolverine yet either. Doesn't mean I'm not a Wolverine fan.
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