Hugh Jackman speaks during a press conference for 'Logan' at the 2017 Berlinale Film Festival, Friday, Feb. 17, 2017.
AP Photo/Michael Sohn
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Hugh Jackman's rip-roaring final turn in the "Wolverine" franchise premiered at the Berlin Film Festival Friday, as he admitted he shed a few tears saying goodbye to the juggernaut role. "Logan" sees the blade-fingered superhero reunited with his ailing father figure Professor X (Patrick Stewart) and introduced to Laura, the mutant daughter he was unaware had been created in a Mexican laboratory.Stewart said the resonance of the picture's themes had grown stronger during production.Jackman also saw the story as prescient.Writer-director James Mangold said the R-rated ultraviolent movie was intended to delve into mature topics even though many of its cast are kids.
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