One of the most memorable scenes in “X-Men: First Class” involves young Charles Xavier and Magneto meeting Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) in a bar before he unwisely tells them to get away. Many fans loved the brief cameo because at that time, Jackman really revived the famous comic character in the previous “X-Men” movies. In an interview with ComicBook.com, Vaughn praises Jackman as a gruff mutant but adds that Wolverine is the X-Man he wants to play with for the reboot.
“Hugh Jackman was so good and did a great job at it,” Vaughn said in the interview. “But to cast the young (Wolverine) role, the reboot, that would be interesting, I think, and it could go in a different direction, where Hugh did it too. I think Hugh took it out. out of the park, but I think among (all the X-Men) it’s a weird character, I don’t know why I’m drawn to it.”
This isn’t the first time Vaughn has discussed focusing on a reboot story about a younger Wolverine. While talking to Coming soon In 2019, Vaughn laid out the original plans for the “X-Men: First Class” trilogy, with the second film focusing on a younger Wolverine in the ’70s and the third being “Days Of Future Past” “closer. Vaughn also mentioned that he envisioned Tom Hardy as Wolverine, which he brought up again with ComicBook.Com. He also added Taron Egerton and Aaron Taylor-Johnson as other possible options for the role.
https://www.looper.com/710214/x-men-first-class-director-reveals-the-mutant-who-most-deserves-a-reboot/ The first-rate director reveals the mutant who wants to reboot the most