He may have considered staying on for a few more films with the ‘X-Men' franchise if there had been an edge with the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Nevertheless, fans who were left disappointed with his farewell in the last ‘Wolverine' film couldn't have asked for a better ending.

His magnetic appeal and physicality helped him slip into the skin of ‘Logan' in the ‘X Men' cinematic universe and Hugh Jackman absolutely owned the role.

But Hugh Jackman has urged his fans to remain sun-safe after having a another basal cell carcinoma cut from his nose - the sixth skin cancer removed from his face in two years.'Looks worse with the dressing on than off. ' the Wolverine star reassured fans in a post on Instagram on Monday.

On the same day, Hugh was spotted walking his dogs in New York City, rugged up in layers against the chill.

Other Australian actors like Margot Robbie, Naomi Watts, and Rose Byrne were also to be a part of this film.

Unfortunately, the movie was scrapped by Dream Works Animation in early March 2017.

The actor sported a white beanie and ugg boots with a black puffer jacket over a jumper and sunglasses on his face.

His bandages weren't visible from a distance, suggesting his outing was before the procedure.Meanwhile, on Sunday the handsome Australian actor fronted up to the cameras for a photo call for his final X-Men movie, Logan.Again, the star appeared sans bandage, suggesting he had the offending skin cancer removed on Monday itself.Before you go, let's relive that epic scene when Wolverine was on steroids in ‘Logan.' It took 17 years, but we finally got to see the true and savage Wolverine on screen!! “The first thing I did was look at my mom and, while he was still standing there, I didn’t say anything.This adaptation will be a biographical musical about the celebrated American showman, P. Barnum, who founded the traveling circuses and The Ringling Bros.