X-Men star Hugh Jackman’s name started trending recently after fans saw the entertainer wishing Felix (of the K-pop gathering, Stray Kids) a cheerful birthday on Instagram. Jackman was among the pioneering partner of entertainers to depict Marvel superheroes once Marvel Comics started their deliberate work to branch into include films in the mid 2000s. His portrayal of the mauled freak, Wolverine, first appeared in 2000’s X-Men, and as of late retired almost twenty years after the fact in 2017’s Logan. Alongside his co-star Sir Patrick Stewart, who depicted Professor X in essentially every film Wolverine shows up in, Jackman holds the Guinness World Record for the longest-held vocation as a true to life hero. His residency as the Wolverine definitively cemented Jackman as one of the most conspicuous famous actors across the globe.
Stray Kids’ true Instagram account as of late posted an image wishing bunch part Felix a glad birthday. Simply under the subtitle, Jackman chimed in as indeed, with his own birthday wants for the 21-year-old K-pop craftsman. Check out the comment beneath:
K-pop has turned into an international social and financial juggernaut across the globe lately. Matters concerning K-pop specialists routinely pattern via web-based media locales, highlighting exactly how much influence fans employ. In any event, something as unremarkable as a glad birthday message can get a huge number of likes, as well as cause the commenter’s name to drift. For a being a fan as internationally assorted as Stray Kids,’ who allude to themselves as “Stays,” web-based media turns into the essential medium by which fans interact and examine news.
Given the popularity of Marvel’s movies in South Korea, Stray Kids’ ongoing adventure with Hugh Jackman is unsurprising. K-pop specialists will in general be a lot more youthful than most English-speaking pop craftsmen; for reference, Jackman’s first outing as the Wolverine appeared two months before Felix was even conceived. Notwithstanding being international stars themselves, K-pop specialists are similarly as much hero fans as the remainder of the moviegoing population.