Hugh Jackman remains ‘kind and human’ even after becoming popular, according to X-Men’s Anna Paquin.

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Anna Paquin, who portrayed Rogue in the X-Men trilogy, applauded Hugh Jackman for dealing with his stardom. In an interview, Anna Paquin discussed her involvement in the X-Men franchise. The actress was barely 17 years old when she began portraying Rogue, which marked a significant departure from her prior independent film roles. X-Men had a sizable fan base, and Paquin stated that she “hadn’t grown up as a comic book person.” “I believe I was 17 years old and about to start my senior year. And it was so different, and so much fun,” Paquin said of the 2000s X-Men. “I hadn’t grown up with comic books, and it already had a huge fan base, so I definitely did my homework. When you’re in anything with that kind of audience, you have to be respectful.”

The actress co-starred with Patrick Stewart, Sir Ian McKellen, Halle Berry, Famke Janssen, Rebecca Romijn, and Hugh Jackman, who was virtually unknown at the time he was cast as Wolverine. “That was the role that really turned him into a humongous, gigantic movie star, and it couldn’t have happened to a more lovely guy,” Paquin said. “There are those people you meet and you think, ‘They couldn’t possibly be that nice,’ and then they are,” she said of the actress. “As far as I can tell, he looks precisely the same. He’s one of those persons who sets a wonderful example for how to behave in this world. You may be all of these things while remaining nice, human, and aware of what is important. Anna Paquin starred in the original X-Men trilogy and appeared briefly in 2014’s X-Men: Days of Future Past. However, X-Men is not Paquin’s only notable achievement; she also directed the HBO series True Blood, in which she portrayed Sookie Stackhouse. She’ll next appear in her husband Stephen Moyer’s movie A Bit of Light, which opens in cinemas on April 5.

Hugh Jackman was cast as Wolverine more than 20 years ago, but his run as the X-Men hero is far from done. He’s appeared in eight separate X-Men films produced by 20th Century Fox. Despite his death in 2017’s Logan, Jackman will resume his role in the forthcoming Deadpool & Wolverine, playing the lead alongside Reynolds’ Deadpool. Well, I was 20 minutes into watching Deadpool and I had just stated, literally, a few weeks before that Logan was going to be my last, which I completely intended,” Jackman confessed in an interview while discussing his choice to return from “Wolverine retirement.”And then I went, ‘Uh-oh.’…I was just driving to the beach. It was mid-August, and I got a week off from the show—my first in eight, nine, or ten months. And it occurred to me, ‘I really want to do that.’ And that was it.”

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