Wolverine Gangnam Style!

A new photo from the set of The Wolverine show that even mutant killing machines are not safe from a bit of Oppa Gangnam Style!

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By Paulley - 10/17/2012
Fresh from waving the chequered flag at the South Korean Formula One GP, South Korean pop star Psy found his way onto the Aussie set of The Wolverine to pay its star Hugh Jackman a visit.

Jackman, a well known song and dance man and musical theatre veteran, posed for a photo op(pa) with Psy and, well, the pic speaks for itself.

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jimoakley666 - 10/17/2012, 3:20 AM
What the hell is this "gangnam" bullshit? Actually, no, I don't [frick]ing care.

Never mind this shit, Jackman. Give us a [frick]ing amazing Wolverine movie!
scarecrow007 - 10/17/2012, 4:23 AM
I was wondering when this would show up here.
NostalgicYouth - 10/17/2012, 8:06 AM
Oh yeah wolverine Gangnam style, I hope wolverine does that dance at the end of the movie
poop23 - 10/17/2012, 8:40 AM
This gangnam crap is just getting really stupid
TheSoulEater - 10/17/2012, 9:29 AM
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Tony93 - 10/17/2012, 11:30 AM
how did he get famous
HachibiTheMC - 10/18/2012, 11:10 AM
actually his song is a tongue-and-cheek diss to the Gangnam community in S. Korea. He's basically making fun of them, though its hard to tell if your not from Korea or speak the lingidy.

Supposedly (cuz I've never been, nor is it on my bucket list) this community is like new high-society, new-wealth.

The equivalent would be LMFAO dissing The Hamptons and White Parties.

So for him to get celebrities and athletes to do it is like a huge middle finger to the elite of S. Korea's Gangnam community. Like "ah ha, these people are richer than you and I got them to diss you without even knowing it. You're not all that" (rough translation)

yeah, its corny..Hell yeah its catchy, but I just hate the fact that the social message gets lost in the hype of the silly horse-dance (which has been around forever, btw).

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