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Wednesday 17 September 2014

Hugh Jackman to take acting break?

Hugh Jackman says he's taking some time out after a string of four big movies

Hugh Jackman has revealed he is planning take a break from acting, joking that he has been "greedy" with his film roles.

The Aussie star, whose latest X-Men film The Wolverine has just been released, said that he could with some down time after working on four movies in a row, reported Entertainmentwise.

He apparently joked on Australian breakfast radio show Kyle And Jackie O that taking on big film roles has left him in trouble with his wife and family.

He said: "I'm taking a little while off, I don't know if I'm taking a year, this movie now is my fourth movie in a row. I'm being very greedy. There's a thing called being in the dog box, that's me."

Hugh has worked on several films in the last year, including Prisoners and Les Miserables. He will also reprise his Wolverine role in the upcoming X-Men: Days Of Future Past.

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