Marvel showed that Wolverine Hugh Jackman was talking to Black Panther in a sizzle reel - this is the truth behind her

Marvel Wolverine talking to Black Panther shows in a new video

Marvel Wolverine talking with Black Panther shows in a new video & nbsp

As a result of Disney got Fox X-Men and Fantastic Four got back. Marvel Cinematic Universe has emerged in the last 11 years since Iron Man was made on the big screen with Iron man. Over the years, we saw some Marvel superheroes on the big screen but missed a lot of fans of the X-Men and the Fantastic Four. So, as a result of the acquisition news, everyone in the pop cultures was happy as it was, finally, we will see Wolverine with Hulk, Iron Man and others.

Once the discussion was closed, consider many reports that we might see Wolverine making a comma Avengers: Endgame. Who had no confirmation of it. Recently, at Cinema Con, Marvel played an appealing reel to his investors including some superheroes but many people were in the eyes of Wolverine Hugh Jackman. We all know that Hugh Jackman retired from Wolverine after the 2017 classic Logan. But, in the clip, he is seen interacting with Black Panther in Wakanda. See Wolverine saying, "what is this place?" and we see another Wakanda and Black Panther.

There are no points to guess, the animals were retreating again because many people started to put it out of context if Hugh Jackman is doing Avengers: Endgame. But, this is the truth behind that clip. The clip shown in the Cinema Con was a collection of characters and scenes from Disney and Fox. This was the way Disney showed all the characters and stewards they had now after the acquisition. And that we'll see X-Men and Avengers crossing in future MCU movies.

And as long as that clip is about, it was from the 2001 film X-Men in which Hugh Jackman is as Wolverine. So before you jump all the gun, the snow reel and Wolverine varies Avengers: Endgame.

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