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Entertainment Patrick Stewart felt emotional playing Professor Xavier in Logan

10:16  28 february  2017
10:16  28 february  2017 Source:   bangshowbiz.com

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Sir Patrick Stewart felt emotional playing Professor Xavier for the final time in 'Logan'.

The award-winning actor has played the role of the iconic Professor since 2000 and he admitted to feeling nostalgic during the making of the James Mangold-directed movie, which has been well received by critics.

Asked if he felt emotional while making the film, Sir Patrick shared: "There were moments during production, yeah. There's a moment in the first scene when I very tenderly take Hugh Jackman's face in my hand and then say, 'What a disappointment you are.' Ha!

"I was very lucky on this film - my first scene was my opening scene in the movie, my last night's work was my last scene."

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Despite his sadness, Sir Patrick stressed that 'Logan' is funny at times, too.

The 76-year-old actor told Den of Geek: "People are surprised at how much humour there is in 'Logan'. Even in the middle of fairly uncomfortable scenes, like the early one Hugh and I have in the tank - but it's funny at times, too."

Meanwhile, Sir Patrick's on-screen co-star Hugh - who played Wolverine for the final time in the movie - recently said 'Logan' has more depth to it than the earlier films.

He explained: "I love Wolverine. I will not miss it, for it will always be inside me.

"It was very emotional to make this movie. I always felt that there was a deeper story about this character.

"I'm very proud of the movies of the past, but I felt I had something more. Like a man. He did not want to be just the tough Wolverine, but the difficult Logan.

"I cried a few times on the set. I hope fans will say: finally, this is the Wolverine movie I wanted to see."

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