Now playing in theaters worldwide and adding a sixth appearance as Logan to Hugh Jackman's resume, The Wolverine not only serves as a sequel to 2006's X-Men: The Last Stand, but also carries over a "figure from the past" that haunts the X-Man and contributes to his self-imposed exile - his unrequited and deceased love interest from the X-Men, Jean Grey.
Reprising her role in the film, actress Famke Janssen has played the role of the Ms. Grey four times now, and has co-starred in three main X-Men films since the original X-Men film in 2000 alongside Mr. Jackman as Wolverine. Reprising her role in a small yet pivotal role as a painful memory that the Ol' Canucklehead can't seen to get over.
In an exclusive interview with movie and comics website Superherohype, Ms. Janssen reflects on her comeback as Jean Grey on the new film, Bryan Singer casting her, as well as what she thinks of her career playing the telepathic mutant/ Phoenix.
The Wolverine is now playing in 3D and 2D theaters worldwide.