A couple million dollars? Like, they would DEFINITELY have to make it worth my while. I don’t know much about Wolverine, but I know he has those hand claws, and those are probably really, really uncomfortable. Not to mention hard for blogging, so I wouldn’t be able to do my job. And I’d have to figure out whether or not they wanted me to take up any of Wolverine’s duties (fight crime?) or if the terms were just that I had to have a Wolverine body. There would be a lot of questions I’d have about it, but if they were willing to offer me a couple mill– wait, how much is the National Inquirer saying they’re offering Hugh Jackman to do it?!

HUGH JACKMAN has been offered an astronomical $100 million to sign on for four more Wolverine movies – but insiders say he may turn it down.

The 44-year-old Aussie hunk is said to be wary about inking a long-term deal – even though this one would double his net worth.

“Hugh has a big decision to make,” a close pal told The ENQUIRER. “It’s not every day an actor gets offered this kind of paycheck, but Hugh vowed never to lock himself into any multipicture deals after ‘X-Men.’ He hasn’t given any kind of answer yet, so at least he’s considering it.”

Wait. $100 million to sign on for a few years of Wolverine MOVIES?!?!?! This guy doesn’t even have to be Wolverine for real?! He gets to take off his Wolverine costume at the end of the day and go home and do whatever he wants AS A HUMAN BEING?!!!! Ugh. I’ll never understand Hollywood.

Comments (17)
  1. I think he would probably agree to it if they made one of them a musical.

  2. they probably don’t let him pee in his wolverine costume because of the on-set bathrooms. he is too serious of an actor for that.

  3. It’s pretty hard to motivate people* with money.

    *people who are worth $100 million

  4. Would I get to be me as wolverine? or do I have to be Wolverine and go to his job and sleep with his wife?

    Does he have a wife? Probably not, right?

  5. Good! It’s time for a new Wolverine. May be the perfect opportunity for Rick Moranis to get back in the game.

  6. I would totally be a scab Wolverine for my current salary as long as they threw in a transportation stipend and deep-cleaned all of the costumes first.

  7. “…but Hugh vowed never to lock himself into any multipicture deals after ‘X-Men.’”

    “Never again,” he screamed before making two more movies as the same character.

  8. I don’t know. I guess it would Depends. Got it? You got it!

  9. What about to become A wolverine? That just seems like a much more interesting bargain.

    • You would look like a small bear, but really you’re the largest member of the weasel family… For a few years? Come on, $100,000,000,000… There must be some takers on this.

      I would say no because I love my dog a lot and I don’t think we’d be able to live together in harmony if I became a carnivorous, violent predator.

  10. this is like when i had to decide if i wanted to really be a shift manager. i really liked just being a barista, buit then they finally offered me enough i had to do it, you know.

  11. To keep up that workout routine indefinitely would almost surely kill him. http://www.buzzfeed.com/adambvary/the-cost-of-becoming-a-superhero

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