It was Scottish actor Dougray Scott – not Hugh Jackman – who was all set to play Wolverine in the X-Men movies, beginning with Bryan Singer's first foray back in 2000.
The Wolverine star said it took "years of sweat and steamed chicken" to get in shape for "the role of a lifetime".
Plans for an 'X-Force' movie are now uncertain at the Disney acquired Fox studio, but for a time, it was all go with a new breed of mutant heroes set to inhabit the Marvel universe.
“Sometimes you’re made to feel like you’re not good-looking enough to get a role,” the 40-year-old Scottish star said in an interview with The Telegraph.
'Official Secrets' director Gavin Hood says he 'learned a lot' while making 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine', but he has some regrets as well.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige looked specifically to James Magold's 'Logan' as a touchstone for 'Endgame'.
The actor confirms he's not taking over Hugh Jackman's role while discussing 'Playmobil: The Movie.'
Too many studio franchises are trying to correct its male-dominated history by scoring woke points that don't add up.
“The end [of Dark Phoenix] changed a hell of a lot. The finale HAD to change," says James McAvoy.
Now that the houses of Fox and Disney have joined, superhero fans are now chomping at the bit to see the Marvel characters previously owned by Fox join their compadres owned by Disney.
James McAvoy has serious concerns about the X-Men joining the Avengers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Disney is acquiring 21st Century Fox for $52.4 billion (£39bn) bringing hit franchises such as X-Men, Avatar, and The Simpsons into the House of Mouse.