Hugh Jackman has been making the rounds to promote his new film, X-Men: Days of Future Past, all while sporting a large bandage across his nose.
That's due to the actor's recent surgery to remove basal cell carcinoma, his second skin cancer scare in less than a year. Unfortunately, the star doesn't think it will be his last.
"I'm realistic about the future and it's more than likely that I'll have at least one more [growth] but probably many more, which is not uncommon for an Aussie particularly from English stock," the Oscar nominee said at the film's Beijing premiere.
He added, "Growing up in Australia…I don't remember ever being told to put sunscreen on."
But despite his past struggles, the 45-year-old has an optimistic outlook when it comes to the slow-growing form of cancer.
"The beauty of this is it's all preventable, it's just about getting proper check-ups," Hugh explained to the AP. "I can be a typical man, a little lazy, I couldn't be bothered and now I'm not lazy at all."
The film, opening May 23, is Hugh's seventh in the X-Men franchise, and though he initially said he won't participate in any more after the next one — set for 2017 — he admits to getting a little carried away.
"I think I might have overplayed my hand a little bit by saying I'm almost sure that the next one will be my last," he said.