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Hugh Jackman is once again set to play in his starring role as our favorite mutant berserker, Wolverine, as he travels to Japan and crosses blades with The Silver Samurai.
Hugh Jackman is joined by Will Yun Lee, Svetlana Khodchenkova, Hiroyuki Sanada, Hal Yamanouchi, Tao Okamoto, Rila Fukushima, More >
The Official The Wolverine Twitter posted a photo of Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) with a quote from Jackman about Wolverine.
More than ever before you get a definitive look at this character and what makes him who he is. – Hugh on The Wolverine
The Wolverine Official Synopsis:
Based on the celebrated More >
The Official The Wolverine Twitter account tweeted a poster for the new film today with no characters at all.
There are ink block character posters of Wolverine (Hugh Jackman), Yukio (Rila Fukushima), Viper (Svetlana Khodchenkova), and the Silver Samurai (Will Yun Lee).
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The Merc with a Mouth finally gets his own game, and guess who comes to crash the party? That would be the Wolverine. So how does Deadpool feel about this? Check out his thoughts below.
“Oh hey, LOOK, it’s everyone’s faaaaaaaaavorite comic book character – Wolverine – appearing in yet ANOTHER More >
The Wolverine gets a new trailer and some new artworks featuring The Silver Samurai, Wolverine’s claws, Japan, and more sword-and-claw action.
It looks like James Mangold is going to make Viper a mutant, as we can see with her snake-like tongue (in the comic, she doesn’t have any superhuman More >
A bunch of new photos have popped up for The Wolverine courtesy of Entertainment Weekly. These photos mean that the teaser trailer for The Wolverine is coming soon (it’ll be appearing before GI Joe: Retaliation).
In the top picture, we see Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) protecting Mariko (Tao Okamoto) More >
Andy Fairhurst has created some really cool silhouettes of kids using their imagination to become the superheroes or supervillains they want to become in the Marvel and DC Universe. We have heroes like Wolverine using branches as claws, Magneto using horseshoe magnets, Thor holding a carpenter’s More >
If you ever wondered how Wolverine would look if he was in a GQ magazine, this would probably be it. Empire has 2 new images of Wolverine looking stylish and pissed from the upcoming flick, The Wolverine. Whatever you do, do not mess with the suit.
The Wolverine is inspired by the comic book More >
Director Bryan Singer has announced that Hugh Jackman will reprise his role as Wolverine in X-Men: Days of Future Past. He will be joining the cast with Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Sir Ian McKellen, and Sir Patrick Stewart.
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Earlier today we reported that The Wolverine will be set after the events in X-Men 3: The Last Stand. Now it seems, that Wolverine will be sporting (hopefully only in World War II flashbacks) bone claws. Check out the image scanned from Empire Magazine below.
As I said, hopefully his bone claws More >
In a press release sent today from Fox, it seems that Mark Millar, writer of such popular series as Civil War, Kick-Ass and Wanted, has been hired by Fox to consult on all of their future Marvel adaptations. This includes Wolverine, Deadpool, X-Men and Fantastic Four.
Mark Millar has created More >
While I was eating dinner with my family, I caught something on 60 Minutes that put a smile to my face. I usually don’t watch 60 Minutes, but my folks had it on and I’m glad that they did. They were doing a story on Groupon and its CEO.
Lesley Stahl was grilling CEO Andrew Mason about some of the More >
Hugh Jackman has mentioned that filming the Wolverine sequel was to start in October of this year. Looks like that may not be the case, as FOX is pushing the dates back to Spring of 2012. The script by Christopher McQuarrie has Wolverine placed in Japan, and looking for a shooting location is More >
Here’s a 3-minute clip for the Wolverine anime that’s going to premiere on G4. Wolverine gets pretty violent as he attacks and kills invisible soldiers. This animated clip alone is more edgy than the entire Wolverine Origins movie. Also premiering this year on G4 is the Iron Man anime.
So according to Cinema Blend, Fox didn’t want Darren Aronofsky to have full control over The Wolverine film. They offered to pay him more, but Darren declined because he wanted to direct his version of the ol’ Canuck’s tale without outside interference. Fox didn’t allow this so he walked out. It More >
So Darren Aronofsky has decided to not direct The Wolverine any more because it’s going to take him out of the country for too long. Fox and Hugh Jackman will remain optimistic in keeping the project alive and will be looking for a new director. And I was hoping for a kickass Wolverine movie after More >
Fox and Marvel have gone ahead with the casting call for The Wolverine with Hugh Jackman starring and Darren Aronofsky directing. The casting call was released last week, Friday, March 11, 2011. The casting is for the lead and supporting roles.
The Wolverine will be based on Chris Claremont and More >
It’s fair to say that Hugh Jackman is a man that has always kept himself in good shape. Whether it’s slicing through mutants on the big screen or dancing and singing on Broadway, the man is pure eye candy. Well, according to The Wolverine director Darren Aronofsky, that’s isn’t good More >
Darren Aronofsky has confirmed the title for the new Wolverine movie, now called The Wolverine. He says that it won’t be a sequel and will be a standalone film. The film stars Hugh Jackman with Darren Aronofsky helming the project.
I love this idea, since it’s about time the X-Men film franchise More >
It has been confirmed that Darren Aronofsky will be the director taking the reigns on the next installment of X-Men Origins: Wolverine 2! Last night Hugh Jackman told New York Magazine at Elton Johns, Enduring Vision Gala, that this time around Wolverine won’t be as colorful as normallyMore >
Before, it was Robert Schwentke (Flight Plan) and David Slade (Twilight: Eclipse) that was competing for the director’s chair for the Wolverine sequel. Robert has opted out and now we add a new director aiming his claws at the movie, Darren Aronofsky (The Wrestler, the Fountain, Requiem for a More >
It looks like the directors of choice has been narrowed down for the Wolverine sequel. David Slade (Twilight: Eclipse) and Robert Schwentke (Flight Plan) are in the pool according to Vulture. But it seems like someone is suggesting that David Slade is going to be helming the sequel. In the end, More >
Deadline reports that Hugh Jackman has dropped out of being the lead hunk in Avon Man because he will be getting ready to fill in the claws for Wolverine. Bad news for Avon Man fans, but good news for Hugh Jackman as Wolverine fans. He will be using the Fall season to get his body back in More >