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Wednesday, January 16, 2013

He looks Hugh-mongous: Jackman is pumped to the max in new official photograph from The Wolverine


Back with a vengeance: Hugh Jackman looks super ripped as Logan in an official photograph from The Wolverine

He lost a lot of weight for his role as Jean Valjean in Les Misérables, but now he is looking bigger and better than ever.
In an official promotional still from upcoming blockbuster movie The Wolverine, Hugh Jackman is in fine form with his ripped muscles taking centre stage.
With his veins pushed to the surface of his skin and his claws fully extended, the heartthrob actor looked a million miles away from his Golden Globe winning musical character.

Body mass: Hugh lost weight to play the role of Jean Valjean in Les Misérables, but has bulked up massively for The Wolverine

Hugh, 44, has been steadily building his fitness levels up in order to prepare for the role and even headed to the gym for a work out on Christmas Eve.
The shirtless actor reprises his role as the short tempered Wolverine, who is one of Marvel's most loved heroes, for the action sequel and will be hoping it is better received than its predecessor.
X-Men Origins: Wolverine was a success at the box office but received mixed reviews for its content despite featuring an all star cast including Ryan Reynolds, Liev Schreiber and Danny Huston.

Here we go again: Hugh, pictured in 2006's X-Men: The Last Stand, has played the tole of Wolverine seven times now

The new picture shows that Jackman, in a stage of berserker rage, is much bigger than he has been in previous incarnations of the character and he looks ready to rumble.
Hugh, who has played the same role six times previously and will also appear in X-Men: Days of Future Past, sought professional help to bulk up.
He asked professional wrestler Dwayne The Rock Johnson for advice and was told to eat six meals a day and gain a pound a week for six months.
To do this he had to eat 6,000 calories a day which consisted mainly of chicken, steak and brown rice.

Must try harder: X-Men Origins: Wolverine failed to gain critical acclaim but did well at the box office

The Wolverine sees superhero mutant Logan travel to Japan, where he engages a mysterious figure from his past in a fight that has lasting consequences.
As well as training with a samurai warrior, Logan will fight against the Yakuza, a corrupt minister of justice, and he will watch his fiance fall into the arms of his enemy.
With a reported budget of $100million, director James Mangold decided to start the film where X-Men: The Last Stand ended.

The original version: X-Men's Wolverine, centre, became one of Marvel's most well loved comic book characters

Speaking to Empire magazine, he said: 'Where this film sits in the universe of the films is after them all.
'Jean Grey is gone, most of the X-Men are disbanded or gone, so there's a tremendous sense of isolation for him.'
The Wolverine is due out in the UK on 26 July 2013, but will face competition at the box office from Brad Pitt's World War Z, Kick-Ass 2, and Man Of Steel.

source: dailymail

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