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 Logan was one of the most heart-breaking superhero adaptations ever. Let's face it: holding back tears while watching was an incredibly challenging task. But don't worry: if you were in that situation, you were not alone. #Wolverine himself couldn't help but cry during one very specific moment.
The 'Logan' Scene That Brought Him To Tears
Logan ended with his daughter, #X23, standing in front of his grave after a brutal fight. Laura took the wooden cross, tilted it and placed it down again, forming an "X". It was a beautiful moment that reminded audiences of Logan's impressive legacy, and served as a worthy culmination of the character's long journey. And it was that moment that made Jackman cry. The actor opened about his experience both reading the scene in the script and watching it:
 "When I read it, I thought 'that's beautiful.' It seemed very poetic on the page. And when I saw it, I cried. I sat next to Patrick Stewart. We saw it for the first time, and both of us wept."
Jackman expressed satisfaction in the way the film allowed Logan's story to come full circle, and complimented James Mangold's ability to be patient with his vision, which ultimately allowed him to pull that off:
 "There's something so patient and courageous in a filmmaker to allow everything to culminate in that one moment."
After that revelation, the crew offered some very interesting insight regarding the final scene's development process and the mindset Mangold had going into it.

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