Hugh Jackman remembers Stan Lee.
on Late Show with Stephen Colbert On Monday, Front runner stat, 50, presented his personal memory behind the iconic superhero of Marvel Comics after Lee died at the age of 95.
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"Let the army of your family and fans tell you the true gentleman of Stan's memory." Jackman grew emotionally. (He appeared as Marvel's Wolverine.) "He's a creative genius, he's out of the box, he created a whole universe that changed the lives of many people."
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"If you want a real understanding of where you are in the world … I was on a red carpet. [at Comic-Con]I was the only person there, and on the other side there was Stanley, so no one was taking my picture. "Stan had about 300 photographers and interviewers."
"Stan, God bless you," Jackman added. "You are one of the greatest figures."
Jackman already paid homage to Lee at Instagram. "We lost a creative genius, Stan Lee was a pioneer of the superhero universe, I was a small part of his legacy, and I am proud to help revitalize one of his characters. "He wrote his photo with Lee.
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on Late show, Jackman discussed his first day with Wolverine.
I had never heard of such an animal, I presumed it was a composition name of a comic book … I presumed it was a wolf and I studied a wolf. At that time there was a big IMAX movie.
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When he began embodying the character of the wolf in his set, he said, "What is the director doing, man? It was a humiliating moment and a waste of three weeks."
Front runner It is in the theater now.