Talking with Front Row for the BBC, Jackman detailed how the demands of the role had permanently affected his voice.
“My falsetto isn’t as strong as it used to be and I put that down directly to some of the growling and yelling,” he said. “My voice teacher at drama school would have been horrified by some of the things I did [en Wolverine ]”.
Jackman added: “We learned the technique [en la escuela] how to yell and how to yell without ruining your voice. With Wolverine though, I did do some yelling and yelling and stuff that I think hurt my voice.which I think I’m working on.”
“I work with a singing teacher and make sure I don’t get hurt. And I really put a lot of effort into both the physical movement and my vocal preparation for each role.”
Jackman will return as Wolverine in deadpool 3 next year, and recently revealed that he needed a specific guarantee for him to play the part, namely that he wouldn’t ruin the ending of Logan.
Jackman had previously said there was no chance he would return to the role, however he will now star in Deadpool’s first MCU movie. But, for that to happen, the star of The Greatest Showman He said he needed to make sure nothing could “mess up Logan’s timeline” before saying yes to Deadpool’s friend and producer, ryan reynolds.
“It’s all because of this device that they have in the world of Marvel to move through the timelines”explained Jackman in an interview with the radio SiriusXM. “Now we can go back because, you know, it’s science. So, I don’t have to fuck with the ‘Logan’ timeline, which was important to me. And I think probably for the fans as well.”
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