Hollywood actor Australian-born Hugh Jackman can now boast another achievement in the world of show business. His name entered in the Guinness Book of world records for the long part in the movies of Marvel studios.
As representatives of the Guinness Book of records on the Twitter page, Hugh Jackman is the longest of the Marvel actors playing the role of Wolverine. Thus, he set the record of 16 years and 228 days.
Hugh Jackman has admitted that since the childhood dreamt to get into the Guinness Book of records. He and his brother planned to play badminton for 2 days, but to set this record and could not.
When I was a kid, the Guinness Book of world records was an unattainable dream. So, I did it! That’s why I got into show business. Thank You
– shared his impressions of Hugh Jackman.
Hugh Jackman got into the Guinness Book of records / Guinness World Records
In addition, an award of Guinness Book of records got colleague Hugh Jackman, a talented British actor Patrick Stewart, who masterfully turned into Professor Charles Xavier – the founder and leader of “X-Men”. In this way, the celebrity has played with the first films of the series Marvel.
Patrick Stewart with honors from the Guinness Book of records / Guinness World Records
The first film “X-Men” has appeared on television in 2000. The main role is played by Hugh Jackman, who is reincarnated as a Wolverine. In the story, the mutant has powers. In particular, it can be healed and has three claws on each hand, made of alloy adamantium. It allows Wolverine to confront any villain and to be one of the strongest superheroes “X-Men”.