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Actor Hugh Jackman Takes The Kiki Challenge

Thousands of social media users, including celebrities such as Will Smith, have been posting footage of themselves doing silly dances to the tune of a song. The viral dance challenge is known as the ‘Kiki Challenge’. Also known as “In My Feelings challenge”, the Kiki challenge involves jumping out of moving car and dancing alongside it to Drake’s hit “In My Feelings” while the car continues moving. 'Wolverine' actor Hugh Jackman, however, gave a different and more daring touch to the trend as he attempted this…

Hugh Jackman on ‘Logan’: ‘It’s time to leave the party’

LOS ANGELES: “I know Aussies are not known for leaving the party at the right time but (after) 17 years, it’s time to leave the party,” Hugh Jackman quipped as he discussed his last time playing X-Men superhero Wolverine in this year’s gritty action hit “Logan.” The Australian actor made his breakthrough as the gruff, clawed mutant Wolverine in 2000’s “X-Men” film and has since played the character eight times on screen. But with this year’s “Logan,” Jackman said he and the filmmakers took the biggest risk for his final…

WATCH: ‘Wolverine’ Hugh Jackman faces legendary spinner Shane Warne

Hollywood actor Hugh Jackman, who is famous for playing the influential character of 'wolverine', once went head to head against legendary Australian spinner Shane Warne. British journalist, Piers Morgan, was covering the showcase encounter and Warne was supposed to bowl an over to fellow Austrlaian Jackman with the challenge that the 'Wolverine' will at least hit 21 runs off an over. Hugh Jackman luckily made 20 runs and batted really well, considering the fact that he is an actor. The encounter which took…

Jackman slices and dices one last time as Wolverine

After eight movies over 17 years, Hugh Jackman returns this weekend for his final hurrah as Wolverine in "Logan," an edgier, darker take on everyone's favorite hairy, metal-clawed mutant anti-hero. Jackman, 48, had agreed with director James Mangold that if he was going to reprise his iconic role as the cigar-chomping loner one last time, it should be the first R-rated outing in the "X-Men" franchise aimed at a more adult audience. "Hugh and I didn't want to do it if we couldn't do something very different," Mangold…