Originally Posted by RustyCage
Jackman's voice is perfect.
He's the 90's cartoon Wolverine with all the camp removed. Organic, emotional, rough, raw, tortured.
Agreed. Jackman delivers a far better vocal performance than Blum, the latter remaining tediously one note, wearing the iconic growl even to the most emotionally inappropriate tone, whereas Jackman composes a three dimensional soundscape, a man who delivers understated movie coolness, but also fear, doubt, anxiety, and sorrow, cockyness and sensitivity, be unexpectedly noble and astonishingly feral.