Hugh Jackman has been a great Logan/Wolverine in the X-Men saga but the fatigue is accumulated in his face and his muscles and in the last release, in which he is absolutely a protagonist, it’s more evident that his character never asks for a break. Jackman has embodied this character six times and is the nexus in between the first saga starring Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen and the second, rejuvenated, with James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender as headliner. “The Wolverine” seems like a mere appetizer for the new release of the X-Men, expected to come out in 2014. Rila Fukushima, Tao Okamoto, Svetlana Khodchenckova, Will Yun Lee or Hal Yamanouchi are some of the new names of who accompany Jackman in this adventure that starts off with an exciting scene in which the Wolverine is in World War 2. The narration of “The Wolverine” has been reported to be plain, unoriginal and with some downfalls that don’t necessarily challenge the protagonist.