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Hugh Jackman talks X-Men

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One of the greatest things about the latest X-Men film is that it contains around 98% more Wolverine than the last one did.

Hugh Jackman's breakout character of the franchise is front and centre of the new film and its all the better for it.

We sat down with the currently mustachioed actor to talk about being reunited with the cast in X-Men: Days of Future Past, why he'll find it hard to hand over the role to a younger actor and whether we'll see him in the upcoming Fantastic Four movie...

X-Men: Days of Future Past hits cinemas on May 22

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