Actor Hugh Jackman no more on Wolverine diet
Los Angeles : Actor Hugh Jackman, popular for playing Wolverine, is happy to break the Wolverine diet, which consisted of boiled chicken, broccoli and cauliflower.
After 17 years, the actor starred as Wolverine for the ninth and last time in the "X-Men" spin-off film "Logan". Earlier this week, he appeared on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" to talk about the movie.
While backstage in his dressing room, he decided to have a little snack. He posted on his Instagram page a photo of himself holding a fettuccine dish, courtesy of celebrity chef Mario Batali, reports eonline.com.
"Happy break the Wolverine diet! Mario Batali you are legend," Jackman wrote.
The chef wrote: "The new Hugh Jackman #wolverine diet includes pasta. Lots of pasta."
The photo also showed a smaller plate with a mostly eaten portion of pasta sitting alongside a glass of red wine.
Jackman said on the show that his Wolverine diet consisted of boiled chicken, broccoli and cauliflower.
"It's not like I never had a cheat meal, 'cause I did," the actor said.
"But for 17 years, I've kind of known, 'Well, next year, you gotta get into shape...' It kind of puts a bit of a damper on things."
Jackman also said he sought advice from his friend Jerry Seinfeld about whether to stop playing Wolverine.