Muscular Hugh Jackman cruises around NYC on a scooter wearing a black and white Adidas tracksuit
Only the guy who plays Wolverine could make riding a scooter look cool.
Hugh Jackman cruised around New York City's West Village on Monday enjoying the pleasant Spring weather at a slightly faster pace than the rest of the bustling city's pedestrians.
The 44-year-old actor wore a black Adidas tracksuit, black Puma pants and lime green and orange running shoes as he wheeled from block to block.
Sweet scooter: Actor Hugh Jackman cruised around NYC's West Village on Monday afternoon on a scooter
Ready to ride: Jackman wore a black tracksuit, running shoes and shades as he rode his scooter from block to block
Jackman also wore Aviator sunglasses, still sporting the thick lamb chop facial hair that is the trademark look of superhero Wolverine.
A water bottle was tucked into his pocket, to keep him hydrated, as evidently scootering is exhausting.
The Les Miserables star reprises the role of the famed X-Men superhero with blades on his hands in the upcoming summer blockbuster The Wolverine, due out in theaters this July.
He will also reprise the role in the upcoming X-Men installment, X-Men: Days of Future Past.
The film will be directed by acclaimed Usual Suspects director Bryan Singer, who directed the first two X-Men films.
A nice day off: Jackman is currently shooting an X-Men sequel, sporting Wolverine's trademark facial hair
After winning the Golden Globe for best actor for his powerful performance as Jean Valjean in Les Miserables last year, Jackman proved he is as versatile an actor as any out there.
For the acclaimed role, the Aussie star lost 15 pounds and then gained 30 pounds to show his characters rise from beggar to rich man.
Jackman's also currently filming the crime thriller Prisoners, opposite Jake Gyllenhaal, Terrence Howard and Viola Davis.
The film tells the story of a Boston man who kidnaps the person he believes to be responsible for the disappearance of his daughter and her best friend.
X-Men: Days of Future Past: A picture from the set tweeted by the director Bryan Singer