Hugh Jackman Wants to Fight Alongside THE AVENGERS and Spider-Man as Wolverine; Says Studios Should Team Up and Split the Costs

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As far as studio tentpoles are concerned, the superhero genre is undoubtedly the most popular go-to avenue for blockbusters at the moment.  Marvel has now built a cohesive cinematic universe in which its many characters interact with each other across different movies—just as in the comic books—and DC is attempting to get its act together at Warner Bros. with the same idea.  However, studios are limited as to which characters they can use in the films due to rights ownership, despite the fact that the real Avengers includes not only Iron Man and Captain America, but also Spider-Man and, at times, members of the X-Men franchise.

Steve recently sat down to interview Hugh Jackman at the press day for his upcoming film The Wolverine, and when asked about the possibility of having these characters interact with each other in a mega-superhero film, Jackman enthusiastically responded that he’d love to fight alongside Iron Man, Spider-Man, and the entirety of The Avengers as Wolverine.  Hit the jump to see what else he had to say.

the-avengers-wolverine-coverThe rights to the major comic book characters are currently divided amongst a number of studios, but most notably Fox has X-Men and Fantastic Four, Sony has Spider-Man, and Marvel has Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, etc.  When speaking with Jackman, Steve asked him what it would take to get all of these characters together onscreen, and the actor noted that he’s been asking the same exact question:

“Mate, I ask the same question.  I literally asked the same question the other day to Tom from Marvel who works with all the other studios, he works with Sony and Fox, that’s his job to liaise.  I said, ‘Man, can this happen?’ and he goes ‘Look, it’s not gonna be easy because you’re working with different studios and they’re their properties.’  But I believe—maybe I’m optimistic, I understand at Marvel they’ve got The Avengers, they’ve got a lot of big things going on, but at some point I just find it almost impossible that there’s not a way to bring Iron Man, all the Avengers characters, Wolverine, the X-Men characters, Spider-Man, and somehow get them in together.”

Obviously the rights issues provide a major barrier, as an enormous amount of money stands to be made from, say, Wolverine showing up in an Avengers movie, but Jackman cheekily suggested the studios just split the bill three ways:

“(smiling) I don’t see the impediment!  I’m like, okay you’ve got three studios, just split it three ways in terms of the cost, and happy days it’s all coming together!  I would love to… I’m in for it, I’m totally up for it because I think that would be really exciting for fans across the board.”

While a team up of this nature still seems rather unlikely, it’s nice to see Jackman speaking so enthusiastically about the prospect of fighting bad guys alongside Tony Stark and Spider-Man.  You can watch this portion of Steve’s interview with Jackman below, and look for the full interview here on Collider closer to the release of The Wolverine.

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  • Robby Richmond

    fucking love you hugh… says what were all thinking. its risk free.

  • Samson

    That man is fucking legend I would die a happy man…seeing all the X-men to spidey to the avengers don’t tease me like that its so mean

  • Roy Batty

    Secret Infinity Guantlet Wars

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  • Nomis1700

    Haha I bet that ain’t gonna happen anytime soon! Only if Disney is able to buy the rights of Wolverine and Spider-Man which I think is highly unlikely or that Fox and Sony won’t make movies for too long so that the rights are no longer theirs, also. highly unlikely.
    But IF such a thing does happen, or that they split the costs, then the Avengers film is going to get the most epic assembling ever on screen! And it definitely requires an extended edition then ;)

    • Lex Walker

      Sony and Fox will never sell the rights back, so the way Jackman described it is likely the only way we’d see it: all the studios splitting the costs and profit. Do a huge three movie-arc, like Civil War or Secret Invasion, and just go nuts. It’d be like printing money.

      • blackspidey08

        Secret Invasion could work cuz it would tap into the unlimited sci-fi money with the Skrull aliens being the focal point.

      • http://mysite.verizon.net/vzepr1xp/index.html unsean

        Actually, in the case of Sony, it may be more possible than you think. They’re undergoing a few problems right now, and they could possibly unload their film studios.

        If that were to happen, I would imagine that Disney would do their damned best to get Spidey back.

        I am not saying it’s likely, though anything is possible.

      • Lex Walker

        Yeah, I do remember hearing about that, especially in the months leading up to the release of The Amazing Spider-man, and recently Sony has been talking a lot about reinvesting majorly in its electronics and shuttering a bunch of other departments (like film). That’s really the only way it would happen though, because if Sony decides to keep it’s film division open, Spidey is its biggest earner. It’ll be interesting to see.

      • ProfeTruth

        well Amy Pascal at Sony made it clear of 2 things 1. SHES INSANE! and 2. spider-man will be rebooted again then go back to Marvel/Disney. as much as I Would love to see this happen, however tis also too late for spidey and wolvey to join the fray atm.

      • ProfeTruth

        well Amy Pascal at Sony made it clear of 2 things 1. SHES INSANE! and 2. spider-man will be rebooted again then go back to Marvel/Disney. as much as I Would love to see this happen, however tis also too late for spidey and wolvey to join the fray atm.

    • Lex Walker

      Sony and Fox will never sell the rights back, so the way Jackman described it is likely the only way we’d see it: all the studios splitting the costs and profit. Do a huge three movie-arc, like Civil War or Secret Invasion, and just go nuts. It’d be like printing money.

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  • MarvelWatch

    What’s more likely at this point?

    A) Marvel getting Fox and Sony to agree to a cross-over between Marvel characters.

    or B) Disney getting Warner Bros. to share the Looney Tunes with them (again) for a Roger Rabbit sequel?

    • Jason Richards

      Depends. If Marvel convinces Sony and Fox that they can split into 3 ways with all parties getting revenue then the first option. But, Why would Sony split with both Fox and Marvel when they can just make 500 million + on a Spiderman movie?

      • http://mysite.verizon.net/vzepr1xp/index.html unsean

        Maybe because Marvel made over a billion with The Avengers.

  • jack

    He does realize that Fox would be the ones to screw everything up even if this was a possibility….He should talk to the studio he currently works for and ask how they manage to screw up every comic book film they get their hands on

    • ProfeTruth

      Agree, they can;t even get canon right in there own X-Verse and adding the F4 really doesn’t do much.

  • LEM

    It would be amazing and I’m sure he wouldn’t mind a RDJ type of payment plan either.

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  • TJ

    I’d pay to see that

  • Ridge

    What if we start a petition for Marvel, Fox and Sony to have a reunion to discuss the idea of having avengers with wolverine and spiderman in a same movie… we sign it, we share it to our friends around the globe and we could choose Jackman to represent our petitions to the producers, executives, etc. of this 3 studios… anyone interested? let’s try it!

    • Jason Richards

      Not going to work.

      • bigevilworldwide

        Actually they had already talked to Sony about Spider-man and at one point the Oscorp tower was going to be in the Avengers but because the movies wasn’t far enough along it was not ready in time

  • Dmula

    Super glad somebody brought it up publicly but sadly I think Fox and Sony would be to greedy knowing how much Marvel movies make but who knows it would benefit there movies as well

  • Jason Richards

    That would be pretty stupid. They would have to introduce the characters the same way Marvel phase 1 had to introduce the characters. You just can’t throw in Wolverine and Spiderman. Two different universes. This is pure fantasy.

    • http://thenonessentials.blogspot.com/ Sean Chandler

      Why would you need to introduce the characters? They’ve already been introduced in their individual films.

      • Jason Richards

        They’re in different universes. You can’t just take Marc Webb’s Spiderman and then put him into the Avengers. You have to tie the characters together.

      • Scurvy

        Nick Fury: ‘Hey guys, I’ll be right back. I have to go investigate some sticky situation in New York involving a smart ass teenager’

        Done.

      • cHRIS

        Hahahaha, that made my day! :D

      • snoop

        that’s cause marc webb’s spiderman sucks use rami

      • bigevilworldwide

        NO thank you in retrospect Rami’s movies were terrible not just 3 but so was Toby Mcguire

      • Jason Richards

        They’re in different universes. You can’t just take Marc Webb’s Spiderman and then put him into the Avengers. You have to tie the characters together.

    • http://thenonessentials.blogspot.com/ Sean Chandler

      Why would you need to introduce the characters? They’ve already been introduced in their individual films.

    • Ted Pettit

      and wolverine was a member of captain americas squad circa wwii… a cameo would tie that one up!

    • Ben Wigler

      You could totally do it. Just have the movie introduce the notion of the multi-verses, and in the Avengers universe, there’s a guy called Logan who’s been around for hundreds of years having adventures. You don’t even need the other X-Men, let’s be honest – Fox already made that calculation. Wolverine himself wouldn’t be a hard fit; he’d be a different Wolverine from the Fox universe. And if you don’t think Hugh Jackman and RDJ (who by this point will probably want to be only scarcely involved) trading wise cracks wouldn’t be pure gold, why are you even watching these types of movies to begin with? Introduce the character through in act 1 of Avengers 3: Part I, or hell, do it as a short film!!! Base it on Ultimate Wolverine Vs Hulk that Damon Lindelof penned (one of his few pieces of solid gold). It gets Wolverine doing amazing feats of healing that the Fox movies won’t show, it shows a Hulk that is very in league with Ruffalo’s approach, and it gets Wolverine (or at least his head) straight into the heart of S.H.E.I.L.D. – the scene with him and Fury would be great. As part of a full Avengers film using Wolverine in the same capacity they used Captain America, this is just purely awesome. If it were Avengers 3, you could still keep Dr. Strange involved and take the opportunity to shift away from the Galactic stuff back to the grittyness of the Wolverine character. So not only is Wolverine in Avengers doable, but it makes financial sense given that RDJ will be stepping back a *lot*, and actually provides a more relatable feel while keeping all the great stuff Marvel will have developed by then.

      At that point, you probably don’t even need Spider-Man, although that one wouldn’t be too hard *at all* to incorporate, since AIM came out of nowhere in Iron Man 3, and it would be an easy trick to just plop Oscorp into the Avengers universe. The line someone said on here “I gotta go investigate a sticky situation in New York involving some teenager” is enough of a hang-a-lantern on it approach to fit into ANY Whedon script.

      • Ben Wigler

        At the very least, it would make sense for Marvel to look at these prospects as RDJ and Chris Evans take their inevitable steps back. Who wants to recast Cap and Iron Man? Wouldn’t it make more sense from every kind of producer’s prospective to take the opportunity to sub out Iron Man and Cap for Spider-Man and Wolverine? Cap can go entirely and Iron Man can truly be reduced to a CGI suit with a minimal voice-over investment and one face shot from RDJ. You know Hugh Jackman is *never* gonna vacate the Wolverine role, and if there’s anyone who could be the frontman for Avengers after RDJ takes his bow, it’s him. They wouldn’t have to skip a beat.

  • Mixed Race rich kid NYC

    It will never happen
    Why even talking about it ?

  • Mixed Race rich kid NYC

    Who will make all the creative decisions ?
    Who will direct it ?

    • Old Soldier

      Ben Affleck. Think about it, the guy can direct and this would be cool payback for all those 600lb fanboys who said THEY could play Daredevil better than he could.

  • Don Vito

    This is one smart man.

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  • strong enough

    Marvel is gay, Nolan’sTDK trilogy was a masterpiece compared anything marvel will do.

  • strong enough

    Marvel is gay, Nolan’sTDK trilogy was a masterpiece compared anything marvel will do.

    • NameNamerson

      Batman Begins is like reading Dr. Strange’s origins, so that was pretty cool. The rest of Nolan’s Batman movies, Meh. They’re just soulless generic cop dramas with a guy dressed up as a Bat who would never make it in a real comicbook movie.

      I’m really looking forward to the Batman reboot. Hopefully they finally get it right.

      • bigevilworldwide

        They got it right for the most part in 89 with Tim Burton’s Batman movies…then they ruined it giving it to shumacher and made it even more generic then giving it to Nolan

      • NameNamerson

        True, True. Tim Burton is the man.

        How awesome would it be if Burton came back to finish off the trilogy with an old Bruce Wayne (Keaton) training the new Batman?

      • MoonlapseVertigo

        No. And this Burton love is sickening. The man hasn’t made a good movie since “Ed Wood” and is well past his heyday. Let it go nostalgia junkies.

      • BatFan

        you do realize it wasn;t shumacher’s fault right? that he was the scapegoat for WB who pretty much had seets and a terrible script already made for Batman & Robin, hell he was so tired he pretty much hated them and say “its a cartoon, its a damn cartoon.” you’d do the samething when WB doesn;t like your own idea’s. [FYI he wanted to do Year One,and it would of been awesome!]

      • MoonlapseVertigo

        Haha, Burton’s Batman doesn’t resemble the Batman from the comics at all. It’s just a fucking Tim Burton movie starring a mute, psychopathic guy in a batsuit and a clown who acts like Jack Nicholson.

      • Vash bane

        another reboot?

    • John Harrison

      The Dark Knight trilogy was actually pretty shitty. Avengers Kicked its ass in 2012 box office ratings. Just saying.

  • bob lob law

    he wants to do it for the fans. how awesome is that?

  • bob lob law

    he wants to do it for the fans. how awesome is that?

  • Saltonstall

    The main problem is that there are inconsistencies between the three universes, both visually and tonally. Raimi’s Spider-Man might have worked, but Webb’s Amazing Spider-Man has a mostly serious tone that wouldn’t fit with the Marvel Studios films. Then there’s the fact that it has a completely different visual look to it. The X-Men franchise has traditionally been more serious than the Marvel Studios movies, too.

    • NameNamerson

      Not true, all Marvel movies regardless of Studio have drama, grit, humor, character, personality and spirit.

      Tonally speaking, the 3 universes would fit perfectly. The problem is introducing Wolverine, Spider-Man etc in to the Marvel cinematic continuity…

      but I’m sure the Marvel people would figure it all out.

      • FrankNBash

        webbs wouldn’t work. plus Rami introduce the shared MCU aspect in SM2. sure it was a line, but it still created the aspect of a bigger universe. it’s also a much closer option of it and fits the MCU’s tonally, continuity and shift of the universe as a whole. Webb’s spider-man has so many mix’s and matches it really has no real place to belong in the universe, even if yo try to shove it in there, it will backfire.

  • Saltonstall

    The main problem is that there are inconsistencies between the three universes, both visually and tonally. Raimi’s Spider-Man might have worked, but Webb’s Amazing Spider-Man has a mostly serious tone that wouldn’t fit with the Marvel Studios films. Then there’s the fact that it has a completely different visual look to it. The X-Men franchise has traditionally been more serious than the Marvel Studios movies, too.

  • pinkincide

    Tony Stark acted like he dreamed the whole Avengers movie in that last Iron Man. They can’t even handle combining those Universes, much less reconciling X-Men and Spiderman.

    • NameNamerson

      Clearly, you have no fucking clue what you’re talking about.

      Tony Stark was traumatized by the events of The Avengers.
      We see this all through Iron Man 3 as we learn he suffers from Ptsd. (Something I have never seen in a comicbook movie btw.)

      Marvel handle the continuity from Phase 1 to Phase 2 perfectly while still making Iron Man 3 a stand alone film.

      They got this.

      It’s what Marvel does, it’s why The Avengers is the 3rd most successful film of all times, it’s why Iron Man 3 is the 5th most successful film of all times. They are continuity masters.

  • pinkincide

    Tony Stark acted like he dreamed the whole Avengers movie in that last Iron Man. They can’t even handle combining those Universes, much less reconciling X-Men and Spiderman.

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  • poppincherry

    Hell fucking yeah!!!!!! But I would like to see Wonder Woman and Wolverine!!!

    • NameNamerson

      you’re joking right?

  • poppincherry

    Hell fucking yeah!!!!!! But I would like to see Wonder Woman and Wolverine!!!

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  • NameNamerson

    I hope Hugh Jackman is still around if this epic cross-over one day happens.

    He’s awesome as Wolverine. He’s just awesome in general.

  • blackspidey08

    The most popular character in Marvel, from the highest selling comic book series in history (X-Men), will have a movie that will gross much more than $200 million domestically. Only makes sense.

    • bigevilworldwide

      You realize that the X-men aren’t the hip cool selling comic anymore…Neither is wolverine it stopped being massive in the early 2000s

    • bigevilworldwide

      You realize that the X-men aren’t the hip cool selling comic anymore…Neither is wolverine it stopped being massive in the early 2000s

  • blackspidey08

    The new Wolverine looks much better plus the first grossed $180 mill domestic. I say $400 mill domestic, $1bill worldwide.

    • Greyson

      Doubt it. While the new one looks better, the first one was so bad it left a “fool me once” legacy.

    • Greyson

      Doubt it. While the new one looks better, the first one was so bad it left a “fool me once” legacy.

  • Mezmero

    This could happen but like the article said they need a better reason than money!
    They make enough on there own so way do it so early wait till the time is right!

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  • Migz13

    If there’s a definite end of days, these greedy studios should do it.
    They should all suck up their egos, and just do it for the people.
    sigh… money:P

  • Walter

    Avenger was a great movie, but I think just like Iron Man, these movies will get worse and worse. Big money grab for the studios. Iron Man was an interesting franchise but it all got watered down by marketing strategies and greed. IM3 was a terrible movie! And NO I don’t like the idea of Jackman in the sequel to the Avengers.

  • Travis Gowen

    The best thing about this is how much you can tell Jackman is just a fan of the whole thing. I hope The Wolverine is a pretty solid film as he certainly deserves it for the work he has put into the character.

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  • Snoop

    You idiots who think the Wolverine isn’t going to make money are the same fans that thought man of steel was going to do well

    • bigevilworldwide

      Your realize of course that your actually the idiot becuase Man of Steele has done well and doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere…It’s not about staying the number 1 movie it’s about people seeing it…Wolverine will probably do alright but even first class suffered because of the last stand and origins

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  • Arthur Dent

    SECRET WARS!!!

    Beyonder FTW.

  • Greyson

    I feel like Marvel would only consider this after the third movie when they start running out of steam. By then Jackman will be too old.

  • Greyson

    I feel like Marvel would only consider this after the third movie when they start running out of steam. By then Jackman will be too old.

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  • ISeemToBeAVerb

    Just thinking about Spidey, Xmen and Avengers all together in a massive trilogy made tears well in my eyes. Literally! And believe me that kind of emotional response is not my norm by any means! Not for a movie or hardly anything else, for that matter. Such an awesome concept, that triple crossover. I would pay $25 a ticket to see that if it were well written and directed!

    But alas it will never happen.
    :-(

  • ISeemToBeAVerb

    Just thinking about Spidey, Xmen and Avengers all together in a massive trilogy made tears well in my eyes. Literally! And believe me that kind of emotional response is not my norm by any means! Not for a movie or hardly anything else, for that matter. Such an awesome concept, that triple crossover. I would pay $25 a ticket to see that if it were well written and directed!

    But alas it will never happen.
    :-(

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  • Julio Navas

    I think the only one who can push Marvel towards that decision is Robert Downey Jr. Marvel would be up to do it if he agrees to sign another contract for a movie reuniting all The Avengers. I think the real problem might show up with Sony, since the only superhero franchise they got is Spider-Man.

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  • quilligan

    Bring on Wolverine! You could dress Wolverine up in a tutu and I would still love it. LOL

  • tertiaryintervention

    No. This shouldn’t happen ever. Fox’s handling of the X-franchises has been pathetic. Couple this with allowing Liefeld to be involved in their newest is proof. The same for Sony. They have lost the momentum that Raimi created with Spider-Man. Hell, that started with their interference in his 3rd. You can see it with Amazing, now the production problems that for some reason no one wants to cover in Amazing 2: The Tokyo Drift.

    Unless they want to give full creative control over to Marvel, which they won’t because of the money involved. Pay close attention to what they are doing with those franchises my friends. Spider-Man and the X-tards will be the undoing of the super hero genre in movies.

    • John Harrison

      How very narrow minded you are.

  • Martin

    They were already teasing the idea of Spider-man in the Avengers movie (Oscorp building sign during the destruction of the city) but that never made it into the movie. I think that Sony and Marvel/Disney could have a partnership, but I’m less sure about Fox. Fox would retain their rights to X-men and Wolverine as long as they could. I really hope it could happen though.

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