Most reviews of "Logan" has critics calling it an amazing send off for the character as this is rumored to be the final Hugh Jackman Wolverine performance. He has played the character since his introduction in the first "X-Men" movie and is the longest tenured superhero in the X-Men universe. However, while Jackman said he will retire as Logan after this movie, there is still one thing that could bring him back for more. Hugh Jackman still said that he will come back if Wolverine joins The Avengers.

Hugh Jackman's roles as Wolverine

The very first "X-Men" movie focused mostly on the story of two characters.

The loner Wolverine was brought in along with a young mutant girl he met named Rogue. While Magneto wanted one of them to pull off his villainous scheme, their relationship made the movie really work.

Hugh then returned as the clawed mutant in "X2," "X-Men: The Last Stand," "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," as a cameo in "X-Men: First Class," as a main character in both "X-Men: Days of Future Past," in a smaller role in "X-Men: Apocalypse," and in two different solo "Wolverine" movies. If the cameo in "First Class" counts, "Logan" will be his 10th movie as Wolverine.

Hugh Jackman in 'Logan'

That brings things around to "Logan," which comes out on March 3. "Logan" is the first R-rated movie about Wolverine.

That is not just because of bad language but is also because Wolverine is forced to cut loose. The movie takes place in the future with Logan and Professor X as two of the last mutants left alive and Logan no longer wanting to fight. He is forced to when a young mutant girl shows up. This really parallels the first movie, when he met a young mutant girl in Rogue and helped her.

It might be the perfect bookend for the character.

Wolverine in The Avengers

There is no way Wolverine ever appears in an Avengers movie. The fact that Wolverine is Fox and Avengers is Marvel/Disney is part of it. Yes, Sony is working with Marvel on Spider-Man but Wolverine is a huge and successful money maker for Fox. But, if the Hugh Jackman Wolverine retirement can be called off by having one movie where they work together, could it be worth it? Wolverine joined The Avengers in the comics, so it could happen.

Would you want to see Wolverine and The Avengers team-up in a movie? Do you think it could ever happen?