Hugh Jackman Thanks Fans For 'Wolverine 2' Suggestions

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Fans of the X-Men movies might have known this was coming for a while now but it's still sad to see.

Hugh Jackman is retiring his role as Wolverine after one last movie. And he's asked for fans' opinions on what the movie should look like.

Jackman twitted a teaser poster for the sequel to "The Wolverine." The poster has the hashtag "One Last Time" on it.

In the tweet Jackman asked for fans to send him suggestions of the types of things they would like to see in what will be his last movie as the iconic hero.

The answers ranged from serious to comical with a call for the movie to be based on comic Wolverine storylines to a Wolverine Musical

or crossovers with other popular franchises.

Jackman, who has been reading the responses, posted a video thanking everyone for the support and their responses.

There are rumors that the Wolverine will appear in "Apocalypse" and "Deadpool." But if not, this last movie will be coming out in 2017. James Mangold is returning to the film which gives a high chance of the movie will continue with themes set in previous Wolverine movies.

Jackman will have played Wolverine for 17 years by the time the last movie rolls out. Altogether he will have depicted the character in seven movies.

Jackman decided it was time for him to leave after speaking with Jerry Seinfeld "He said you should finish on a high. I've been doing it for 17 years.

I love it. I think the movies are getting better. And all of a sudden as we was talking, I went, 'This is it.'"