Hollywood star Hugh Jackman has revealed he wants his last Wolverine movie to include Irish mythological heroes Cu Chulainn and Fionn MacCumhaill.
The 46-year-old actor recently learned about Irish ancient folklore and believes the stories could ‘shake-up’ the X-Men spin-off – suggesting the films go back to prehistoric Ireland when wolves were common.
“They were all over the countryside before they were wiped out and it could be interesting, maybe a tad preposterous to some to travel back in time, although we did it in the last X-Men film,” he said.
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“So travel back to Ireland and proper investigate Logan’s past. Shake things up.
“I guarantee you, there’s some Irish blood in there. And I loved the myths and legends,” he told The Irish Sun on Sunday.
“A friend of mine from Ireland gave me a book of them and Cu Chulainn and those stories, they’re amazing.
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“Action packed. I’m quite surprised nothing has been done with them before,” he added.
“I’d love to see them in the next Wolverine [film]. That could work great.”