"Logan" movie expected to rake in the cash this weekend

The film Logan is where Hugh Jackman is playing Wolverine for the last time.

If you can't make it out to the movie theater this weekend to see Logan, you may have an itch to check out the previous two installments in the Wolverines trilogy.

Episode 1 includes the Irishman who sold his company for €100million, Ray Nolan and how to fund your Oscar-nominated movie with Ed Guiney.

"Logan", starring Hugh Jackman and Stephen Merchant, picks up decades after the events of "X-Men: Apocalypse".

Those who are familiar with Wolverine from the comics understand that in many ways, Hugh Jackman is not a flawless fit for the character - in the comics, Logan is short, stocky, and constantly facing enemies twice his own size.

It seems that Hugh Jackman has saved his best performance as Wolverine for last. Jackman, wrestling with questions about how much longer he wanted to play Wolverine, asked the comedian for advice. "I want to do a sequel to this film and that will be called My Name is Jackman and I am not a tourist", Jackman joked in a reference to the My Name Is Khan tag line, "And I am not a terrorist". "I was struggling to work out what that was going to be", he said. He plays an old man, who tries to save a girl with powers like him. "You never know", he told ScreenRant.

That preference extends to the recent X-Men movies as well.

And what a swan song Logan is for Jackman - at least if you believe our sister site, Entertainment Weekly.

X-Men franchise has not yet released who is going to portray Wolverine in the future films.

"I very much enjoy these movies as a whole, but I do think that they've gotten into a bit of a rut, in the sense that you could nearly make a Mad Magazine version of these movies, where they always seem to be about some dark force arriving and is going to destroy the world", Mangold said.