According to Huffington Post on Oct. 7, in an interview with Hugh Jackman, the actor who has played Wolverine numerous times in the "X-Men" films and the upcoming "X-Men: Days of Future Past" movie, has declared his appreciation for his wife and some insight into his marriage. In show business, Jackman gives an idea of what is the secret to having such a successful marriage in Hollywood.
"You love each other—and respect each other. You truly want to be together".
The big question was when Jackman was questioned on how he know that Deborra-Lee Furness was "the one". He simply stated, "I think you just know. There isn't a question mark there".
It appears that his wife tends to keep things centered without a problem and considers his wife very wise and talented actress herself. Jackman even admitted to how proud he was of her hosting "The View".
When it came to superhero powers in real life, Jackman has always wanted the ability to teleport due in part of the nature of his work and his constant necessity for mobility. Also, it would come in handy to come home more frequently to be with his family.
"It would be nice to teleport myself home every night, walk the dog, and then go to sleep with my kids in the next rooms and my wife next to me. Heaven".
Jackman even talked of the Wolverine character and when questioned on having ever gown weary or tired of playing the role, he claims he never does and that he has always enjoyed it. It appears that he has grown partial to the evolving Logan and the fact that the character has grown emotional and vulnerable.
Finally, Jackman touched on something that most people tend to stereotype, the idea that most actors tend to have an air of arrogance about them. That they mostly tend to lack humility by being an attitude filled movie star.
Jackman seems to be of the character to count his blessings or see the glass half full.
"I came to this work late. It took me a long time to get here. It took me forever to feel as if it was even possible. To be working in movies almost 20 years later is not what I expected. Whenever I have a moment that's ugly that creeps in, I just think, 'Shut up. You have a great job.'"