Sir Patrick Stewart believes there are ''echoes'' of political statements within 'Logan'.

The 76-year-old actor will reprise his role as the founder of the X-Men Charles Xavier in the upcoming Marvel Comics movie, and has said whilst the production team didn't ''set out'' to make a politically driven movie, they were ''affected by the changing times'' which have somewhat influenced the script.

He told Variety magazine at the Berlinale Film Festival: ''We are affected by the changing times. You present your part as a person influenced by the times. We did not set out to make a political movie, yet there are echoes in the film that exist today - that is serendipity. If people want to take messages from this film, then we have done a good job.''

Meanwhile, Hugh Jackman - who will be making his eighth and final outing as the mutant Wolverine in 'Logan' - has said he gave the project ''everything'' he had in order to make it something to remember.

He said: ''There is not a frame of this film where I can say I didn't put everything into it. I couldn't have made this film if I didn't make the decision within myself that this was the last one.

''I just didn't compromise on anything. I was a pain to a lot of people, because I don't get another shot at this. This is a character I love. I owe my career to this character.''

The Hollywood star was so determined to put everything into the project that he reportedly opted to get a reduced salary to help convince 20th Century Fox to keep the film - the third and final instalment of the 'Wolverine' solo trilogy - at the R rating it was given.

'Logan' will hit cinema screens on March 1.