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    What Did Hugh Jackman Say About Bryan Singer’s On-Set Behavior In ‘X-Men’ Films?

    Hugh Jackman is one of the most popular stars in Hollywood. The Australian actor started his Hollywood journey with Bryan Singer‘s ‘X-Men‘ films. Since then, Jackman went on to achieve superstardom, and Singer was accused of inappropriate behavior by various men.

    In a recent interview, the actor discussed the allegations and whether they have tainted his view of the franchise. He said that a lot of the earlier on-set behavior will not be tolerated now. So let’s find out in detail what Jackman said regarding Singer’s allegations.

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    Hugh Jackman Talks About Allegations On Bryan Singer

    Hugh Jackman as 'Wolverine'
    Hugh Jackman as ‘Wolverine’

    Jackman became a star with the three ‘X-Men‘ films which were directed by Bryan Singer. Singer was later accused of sexual misconduct by several men.

    In an interview with The Guardian, Jackman said it’s complicated to answer if Singer’s allegations have tainted his view of the franchise. “There’s a lot of things at stake there,” he said.

    Calling the franchise a turning point for comic-book films, Jackman said, “I guess I don’t know how to elegantly answer that. I think it’s complex and ultimately I look back with pride at what we’ve achieved and what momentum that started.”

    He said that it was a new experience for him as it was his first American film. He said “there are some ways of being on set that would not happen now. And I think that things have changed for the better.”

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    Jackman Said Hollywood Has Changed For The Better

    Bryan Singer
    Bryan Singer

    The actor said that things have changed for good ever since he came to Hollywood. “There’s way less tolerance for disrespectful, marginalising, bullying, any oppressive behavior. There’s zero tolerance for it now and people will speak out, and I think that’s great,” he said.

    He retired from the role of Wolverine after his character dies in the 2017 film ‘Logan.’ However, Jackman will be returning in ‘Deadpool 3‘ starring Ryan Reynolds.

    The film is slated to release on November 8, 2024, as the maiden film in Phase Six of the MCU.

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