Published: Fri, March 03, 2017
Culture | By Kelly Harrison

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Accordingly, then, it seems fair that Jackman has made a decision to hang up his muttonchops, with the actor long saying that Logan would be his final hurrah as Wolverine - and now he's been joined by Professor X actor Patrick Stewart, who's played his own character for just as long as Jackman and recently revealed he was also X-iting the franchise after this instalment.

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The film is also Sir Patrick Stewart's last outing as Charles Xavier.

Most importantly, however, unlike anything the saga's fans have seen with the characters before, "Logan" finds the aging duo exhausted, ill and sadly, facing mortality.

That preference extends to the recent X-Men movies as well.

X-Men franchise has not yet released who is going to portray Wolverine in the future films.

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This Logan, as Townes Van Zandt's great song has it, is just Waitin' Around To Die.

Keen more than holds her own with the adults in the cast and brings a surprising amount of nuance to her character.

Because, whatever you think you think of the superhero and comic-book genre, Logan is an absolute stormer of a film and quite probably already inked into my Top Ten of 2017. Not only isthe actor's interpretation of James Howlett mostly responsible for the mutant's allure, his final appearance in Logan naturally feels like an apt curtain call, the fitting twilight of Wolverine's satisfying and ultimately profound onscreen journey.

In the movie, Logan/Wolverine is trying to hide away on the Mexican border while caring for Professor X, played by Stewart. I'll be really interested to see how I feel about it.

"I've never felt there was more at stake", he said. Embodying Logan is second nature to him and in this movie you can feel him emptying the tank and giving this last go-around his all.

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