The Australian actor - who reprised his role as the mutant anti-hero in new movie, The X-Men Origins: Woverine IS Wolverine, according to his wife, Deborra-Lee Furness.
Jack did not want to wear that silly spandex suit most of the actors that play superheroes wear, so he had to build himself up over the past year and he says he got it done by constantly telling himself, "YOU ARE WOLVERINE!"
"Even though Jack would only go into that mold when he was exercising, it had it's benefits for me also", grinned Furness, according to her interview in the National Inquisitor.
Actually, besides getting himself ready for the film and being involved in it's filming, Hugh and Deborra-Lee have been very involved in adopting another child.
"We want another multi-racial child because those little guys are usually chosen last", Jackman once told a reporter.
So don't be surprised that that is the next thing you hear about this couple.
Back to the "Wolverine", Jackman is reported as saying, "One of the blessings in this new movie is that I don't have to wear Spandex. I think it's safe to say that me and yellow tights don't get on!"
So jackman was required to build a muscular physique for the movie and recently admitted he pushed himself to the limit when he was training by pretending he was Wolverine.
He was quoted as saying: "I actually work out imagining I'm the Wolverine. Wolverine to me is the person that when everybody else quits, that's where he begins. I think that's why people love him. I think that's why I love these mixed race kids so much."
"Wolverine" is a great character, but Hugh Jackman and his wife are doing a great thing too, taking in kids no one else seems to want and making them their children.