Two fabulous X-Men deepfake videos replaced Hugh Jackman with Karl Urban and Tom Hardy as Wolverine, and the result is incredible.
Although it is not a fact that Hugh Jackman has left the character that sent him to fame, Logan, the truth is that the rumor mill already has an interesting deck of names with which fans would like to relaunch the X-Men character. Some of the actors who have sounded are the star of The Boys, Karl Urban, and that of Venom, Tom Hardy, who have characterized as Wolverine with scenes from the movies Origins, Logan and The Wolverine through deepfake.
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Although many of us will find it difficult to forget the wonderful Hugh Jackman as the violent mutant with claws, perhaps it is time to look at other horizons, and without a doubt these deepfake videos of Karl Urban and Tom Hardy as Wolverine put us on the right track. Or at least they are very funny tributes, as you can see below.
The work belongs to the YouTube channel Stryder HD, which presents other more than entertaining videos.
Hugh Jackman’s stage as Logan began with X-Men of the year 2000, to continue in the first complete trilogy, to have two derivative films (X-Men Origins: Wolverine and The Wolverine), to jump to the second generation of actors who gave life to the X-Men, and say goodbye, for the moment, with Logan (2017).
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Thousand. McNiven. Wolverines. There is nothing better than this.
The only way writer Mark Millar (Wanted, Kick-Ass) could improve on his classic Public Enemy Wolverine was by taking him into the future, with his brother-in-arms in Civil War to handle the art.
Fusing the dystopian superhero elements of the X-Men’s Days of Future Past, the futuristic wildscapes of Mad Max, and the tragic stories of Clint Eastwood’s archetypal Western heroes, Millar’s story places Wolverine at a crossroads between who wants to be and who he really is.
Millar’s action-packed scenes and McNiven’s now-classic adrenaline-fueled theatrics will keep you turning the page until the last body falls in Wolverine’s quest for peace in a world that won’t let him down! peace!
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