**SPOILERS FOR EDDIE THE EAGLE (but come on. It's based on a true story anyway!)**
In the true story of Eddie the Eagle, Hugh Jackman plays Bronson Peary, a gruff, disgraced ski jumper who unwillingly trains the eponymous Eddie Edwards. Although the film is based on real events, Bronson Peary was a character created specifically for the film, and shares some striking similarities between the fictional character, Wolverine.
He's always down to drink
You won't find Bronson Peary anywhere without a drink in his hand (usually his American Flag flask). In fact, the guy doesn't even wear a jacket in the freezing cold (referring to his flask as his "jacket"). That sounds like a guy with mutant healing powers to me.
He's a loner
Why is a former American Olympian hiding in the secluded cold of Europe? Is he hiding from a dark past? I'm not talking about his dark past in the Olympics... Could it be possible he's hiding from his involvement in World War II? Or Japan?
He lands a 90 meter ski jump while smoking a cigarette... with no helmet
Drunk off of his ass, Bronson Peary gets on the 90 meter ski jump (that's almost 300 feet), without a helmet, lights a cigarette, and lands it clean. That doesn't just take balls. That takes mutant balls.
Arguably, Wolverine would have smoked a cigar, but maybe a cigarette is more wind resistant.
Immaculate hair cut
He may not rock the signature Wolverine haircut, but just like Wolverine, you won't find ne'er a hair out of place on Peary's perfect crew cut.
Always down to fight
Honestly, there aren't as many fight scenes as I wanted in the movie [just one :( ], but I feel that's more of a criticism on my unrealistic expectations than the movie itself. However, the one fight scene does show Peary's quick-to-fight temper. He throws a punch, no questions asked, to defend his friend.
He loses the fight... pretty quickly... but that wouldn't be the case with claws.
This doesn't have to do anything with Bronson Peary being Wolverine, but...
There's a scene where he pretends he's cumming to Bo Derek. I won't explain anymore than that, but the movie is worth seeing for that reason alone.