The Marvel cinematic universe is one of the most successful franchises of present-day and fans want to know every single detail about its upcoming project. The forthcoming sequel of Dr Strange is a centre of gossip these days. It is reportedly said that Hugh Jackman aka wolverine is all set to make a comeback for a cameo in Dr Strange In the Multiverse of Madness.
Wolverine is one of the most amazing marvel characters. The mutant has gathered a massive fanbase from its first release in X-men origins: wolverine in 2009 since then the character has been a part of many X-men sequels and spin-offs. The character has even got its individual superhero flick that released in 2013 titled Wolverine starring Hugh Jackman. After this, the wolverine has appeared in many flicks and fans are extremely excited to see him again in Marvel world and sharing the screen with other mindblowing Marvel characters.
Apart from portraying wolverine on the big screen, Hugh Jackman is also known for several other movies like comedy flick Kate & Leopold (2001), the action movie Van Helsing (2004), the fantasy program The Fountain (2006), romantic film Australia (2008), the best thriller of all time Prisoners (2013), and the musical project which was a big hit The Greatest Showman (2017).
On the other hand, his upcoming project includes The Music Man as Harold Hill and comedy-drama titled Bad education.
Dr strange in the Multiverse of madness is a new project of MCU that is most likely to bring back wolverine and it is also speculated that apart from wolverine we will get to see Deadpool back in action. Though return of both the supernatural characters into Marvel’s next is mere speculation, nothing official has been leaked into the media by the makers or the Marvel team. We have witnessed many times the news like this turned out to be a rumour at the end so fans need to wait till official announcements or the movie release. Dr strange in the Multiverse of madness is fixed to release on 25th March 2022 so there is enough time for further changes and modulations.
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