The upcoming American superhero film, which is a spin-off to the "X-Men" series "Logan" will be heading to the big screen this year on March 3. There are reports stating that Ryan Reynolds thinks that the upcoming "X-Men" spin-off movie could contend for an Oscar award. Besides, Hugh Jackman is having a second thought about his plan on retiring as Wolverine.

Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Richard E. Grant, Stephen Merchant and Dafne Keen are the leading stars of the said "X-Men" spin-off movie. There is news circulating online that the 40-year-old actor, Ryan Reynolds who is known to his character as "Deadpool" thinks that the upcoming superhero film featuring the Marvel Comics character "Wolverine" could contend for an Oscar Award.

As cited by IGN, Reynolds believes that as the Academy voting body changes, more sophisticated comic-book movies will start making the cut. In fact, he believes that "Logan" could be his contender for an Oscar award. As he was asked about Best Picture nominations for superhero films, he said "Logan looks like a movie that might break that glass ceiling. I know first-hand that it's amazing. I've seen some of it. It's mind-blowing. It relies a lot on character."

On the other hand, Hugh Jackman is having a second thought about retiring on his character as Wolverine. There are previous reports state that Jackman has announced his retirement as a legendary comic book character. Apparently, the reason behind is not about money or time. In fact, his reason of leaving the show is about food as Cinema Blend states on a report.

On an interview in Variety with Reynolds and Jackman, Hugh said that he's "hesitating" about his retirement. "I'm hesitating," said Jackman, "because I could totally see how that's the perfect fit. But the timing may be wrong." In other words, "Logan" would not be his last film to see him as "Wolverine."