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Daniel Radcliffe Hilariously Reacts to Rumors He's the Next Wolverine

Daniel Radcliffe is ready to join the Marvel universe!

Rumors have been swirling on social media that the 32-year-old actor might be taking over the role of Wolverine/Logan from Hugh Jackman, now that Fox has merged with Marvel and a new X-Men movie might soon be in the works.

While attending the 2022 SXSW Festival over the weekend, Daniel was asked about the rumors and he had a hilarious reaction to potentially playing Wolverine.

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Luke Hemsworth Wants to Be the Next Wolverine!

Luke Hemsworth is opening up about his desire of joining his brother Chris Hemsworth in the Marvel Cinematic Universe!

The 39-year-old actor, who is best known for his work on HBO’s Westworld, talked to Screen Rant about wanting to play X-Men character Wolverine.

“I would love to. I grew up with them,” Luke said about being in a superhero movie. “I learned to draw through comic books, copying comic books since I was about 10 years old. Spawn was a big one for; I really loved Todd McFarlane‘s Spawn. And then Batman – I would have fought Rob Pattinson for those gauntlets. And Wolverine! I’m like, ‘Come on, just pass them on, mate. Let’s give it to another Aussie.’ I’ll have to grow some chest hair, but I’m ready for Wolverine.”

Hugh Jackman has ended his run as Wolverine and now that Disney owns Fox, the character can finally be part of the MCU!

The Hemsworth brothers went shirtless during a vacation this month and we have the photos.

Who Should Play Wolverine Next After Hugh Jackman's Departure? Vote In Our Poll!

UPDATE! This poll is now closed and Sam Heughan is the winner! Thank you to everyone for voting throughout the week! Congratulations to Sam and his fans on this honor!


Hugh Jackman has repeatedly confirmed that he would be stepping away from the role of Wolverine and another actor could take over the role in a new phase for the Marvel character.

About his last film, Logan, Hugh told Daily Beast, “I knew it was the right time for me to leave the party—not just for me, but for the character. Somebody else will pick it up and run with it. It’s too good of a character not to. It’s kind of like, you’re on your way home and your friend rings you and goes, Oh, dude, a new DJ just came on and the music is awesome, are you going to come back? And you say, Sounds good but… no. They’re fine with someone else.”

Now, there have been a ton of fan rumors about who should take over for weeks.

We’ve compiled a list of the biggest names that fans have spoken out about to take over the iconic role.

We will keep this poll open until Monday (August 31) at noon ET. You can vote as many times as you want!

Taron Egerton Weighs In on Rumors That He's the Next Wolverine

Golden Globe winning actor Taron Egerton has long been rumored to be taking over the role of Wolverine from Hugh Jackman, who played the role in the X-Men films for years.

However, the 30-year-old actor is now issuing a statement that this rumor is simply a rumor and it’s “just fan stuff.”

“That anyone thinks I would be good for the part is really flattering. I love Marvel, but it’s just fan stuff. There is no grounding for those rumors,” Taron told GQ Hype.

Another actor was also rumored to be the next Wolverine and you can find out who right here…

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Hugh Jackman's 'Wolverine' Audition Was 20 Seconds Long - Watch!

Hugh Jackman landed his role pretty quickly.

The actor made an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday (August 18).

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“When I walked into that room, I was pretty sure that I wasn’t playing the role. It was a weird audition because Dougray Scott had the role and then he got caught up in Mission: Impossible 2,” he said.

“It was like this Hail Mary to begin with, which is probably the best way to do an audition. You’re going in like ‘Eh,’” he continued.

He also remembered being driven to the airport by Kevin Feige, who was an assistant on X-Men before becoming the creative head of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

“No one understood it was the beginning of, like, Comic-Con was a 50,000-person thing. The internet was really just beginning. No one really understood. What they thought was like, a subculture. Comic books was actually mainstream but no one knew that,” he went on to say.

He also revealed he was almost fired from the role!

Is Henry Cavill Playing Wolverine in 'Captain Marvel 2'? (Report)

Henry Cavill is possibly taking on an iconic role, according to the latest round of Internet rumors.

Unconfirmed reports broke on Thursday (February 27) alleging that the 36-year-old The Witcher actor will join the cast of the newly greenlit Captain Marvel 2.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Henry Cavill

According to the latest viral MCU rumors, Henry will play Wolverine in the film alongside Brie Larson as Carol Danvers.

“Marvel, since acquiring Fox Studios, was looking for a way to add some X-MEN characters into the MCU,” the report claims.

Henry was also the subject of Marvel rumors back in 2019.

Cosmic Book News also points out that Marvel announced that Wolverine will be joining Carol Danvers in the upcoming Captain Marvel comic book being released in April. Kevin Feige is now in charge of Marvel publishing as well.

Brie Larson recently had an epic DC Comics-Marvel crossover moment with this star. Find out who she posed with!

Could Taron Egerton Be The Next Wolverine?

A big rumor going into 2019 Comic-Con was that Taron Egerton was going to be announced as the next Wolverine.

Speaking with MTV, the 29-year-old Rocketman actor shut down the rumor that we would take over the role from Hugh Jackman.

“I think you need better beard game for Wolverine than I have,” he said. “Look, there’s no grounding for the rumor. I know that that’s probably in the pipeline at some point for Marvel but I would imagine it’s a little way off.”

“If I was asked it would be incredible. I have to confess, I think sometimes there are better candidates,” Taron added. “Or actually, you know, who knows, because in five years maybe I’d be grizzly enough.”

Hugh has played the role in the X-Men universe in many films over the last 19 years. Hugh and Taron have worked together previously on the film Eddie the Eagle.