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Hugh Jackman Calls for Wolverine Fan Fiction on Twitter

The actor is about to put on his claws for the last time in final ”Wolverine“ film

The upcoming film in the “Wolverine” franchise will mark Hugh Jackman‘s last appearance as the Marvel superhero, and the actor took to Twitter in an open call for Wolverine fan fiction.

Jackman, who will have played the clawed character nine times since the original 2000 “X-Men,” asked his 5.69 million followers on Twitter what they would like to see in the last installment — in 50 words or less.

It’s unclear what Jackman will do with the fan suggestions. The third and as-yet untitled standalone Wolverine film already has a screenwriter attached, Michael Green, known for “Heroes” and “Prometheus.”

James Mangold, who directed 2013’s “The Wolverine,” is on board for the next installment as well. By the end of its run, that film grossed more than $414.8 million worldwide.

Jackman made his debut as Wolverine in 2000’s “X-Men” and is arguably the franchise’s biggest star. He’s also expected to reprise the role in next summer’s “X-Men: Apocalypse.”

Since Jackman promises to read “as many as he can,” fans were quick to respond to the prompt, wanting to see a face-to-face reunion with his “daughter” X23, or how much Wolverine actually can survive.

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