08 Apr 2021 3:09 PM +00:00 UTC

Hugh Jackman Says Not Even Wolverine's Healing Powers Can Save Him From COVID-19

Credit: 20th Century Fox

We all know that Marvel's Wolverine has incredible healing and regenerating abilities but that doesn't exactly mean that he's invincible and even death is inevitable for the claw-slashing, cigar-smoking mutant and even actor Hugh Jackman who's had the privilege of bringing the iconic comic book character to life on the big screen via Fox's X-Men franchise is aware of that fact.

Now, weeks after his good pal and oftentimes on-screen and social media nemesis Ryan Reynolds got vaccinated against the deadly COVID-19 virus, the Australian megastar is letting everyone know that he has also gotten himself shot with the vaccine and he has a pretty good reason for doing so.

Taking to his official social media pages, the Logan star shared an image of himself getting the vaccine shot while talking about the importance of getting the vaccine, saying that not even Wolverine is safe from it despite his healing powers. Jackman wrote: "Wolverine's healing ability can't save me from COVID. But the vaccine can. Get it!" Check out the post here:


It's good to know that more and more celebrities are spreading awareness about the threat of the coronavirus and are actually using their respective social media platforms to influence their fans in getting vaccinated. Now, if you're one of those people who are still under the impression that the entire COVID-19 situation we've been dealing with for over a year now is just a made-up thing, it's about time that you actually take it seriously as more and more people are dying from it each day.

Meanwhile, the MCU's X-Men reboot is under development.

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