We're stoked that Hugh Jackman is back for the last time as Wolverine in "Logan," a role he's played nine times. But let's not forget all the movies where he didn't play a mutant with killer claws. Here's some of his best non-Wolverine roles.
'The Prestige' (2006)
In this Christopher Nolan drama, Jackman is a Victorian magician locked in a bitter battle with rival Christian Bale. It requires him to play a dual (and then some) role as the illusionist and his drunken stage double.
'The Fountain' (2006)
We still don't really understand this time-trippy, sci-fi drama from Darren Aronofsky, but it did give Jackman a chance to show a helluva lot more range than he's usually called on to deliver. When he cries, we cry.
'Real Steal' (2011)
Sure, you've seen "deadbeat dad learns to love his totally neglected kid" movies before, but never with fighting robots! Jackman ably masters the arc from selfish jerk to decent dad in this crowdpleaser.
'Les Miserables' (2012)
Jackman received his first Oscar nomination for playing the hell out of persecuted Jean Valjean. Not to mention singing (quite nicely), not something he usually gets to do as Logan.
Jackman goes to some very dark places as a vengeance-seeking father of a kidnapped girl in this nail-biting thriller directed by Denis Villeneuve.
'Eddie the Eagle' (2016)
Jackman brings some of Logan's go-eff-yourself attitude to the role of Bronson Peary, the ex-Olympic hopeful who at first wants nothing to do with eager Eddie (Taron Egerton). Who can forget his comparing the perfect jump to er, another physical activity, a la Meg Ryan in "When Harry Met Sally..."