James Marigold not only presented the ideal, emotional ending to Jackman's career as the Wolverine, but also gave the industry a breath-taking actress in form of 11-year-old Dafne Keen in the form of X-23 aka Laura. She was also completely unknown and yet here she is in a room with none other than Hugh Jackman and completely stealing to show. And it turns out Keen was kicking Jackman's ass from day one. "There are qualities you can't ask of someone to deliver, a level a strength, a sort of stage presence, a maturity that still doesn't make sense to me", says producer Hutch Parker, "that felt like she could do this most hard thing of being an emotional co-star with Hugh and with Patrick and on top of that, also manage the physicality which was demanding". She not only did what was said, the 11-year-old requested the director if she could improvise it and boy, she did justice to the scene. "It was playing a scene and it was very, very good", Keen's Logan co-star Patrick Stewart recalls in the video.
Spoilers: Those who have watched the movie will recall the scene between Keen and Jackman after the whole Professor X death panned out. Let us know what you thought of Logan by giving it your own rating below.More news: Pep Guardiola looks on the bright side
"I went home and I had bruises all over my arm". Jackman said in an interview with the publication.
Also included in the upcoming home video release is audio commentary by writer-director James Mangold, which ought to offer fans the chance to delve deeper into the creative process behind Logan and its gruesome, blood-drenched action sequences. You could just tell by the look on her face.More news: Netflix Blocks Rooted Android Devices
Logan releases on digital HD today (May 16) and on DVD and Blu-ray on May 23. "[Keen] was really a remarkable discovery".More news: Elon Musk's Cousin Steps Down As Head Of Bedraggled SolarCity