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Comic Book Movie

Conceptual illustrator Steve Jung ("The Avengers"), has posted two more pieces of artwork that he created for James Mangold's The Wolverine. One is key frame art of Silver Samurai declawing Wolverine, while the other is of Hugh Jackman as Hobo Logan.
James Mangold took over the Amazon Movies & TV Twitter account and conducted a global Twitter chat, and while he doesn't reveal too much about The Wolverine sequel, he does offer some interesting insight on his process in making The Wolverine.
Courtesy of Fox Home Entertainment, we have one copy of James Mangold and Hugh Jackman's The Wolverine (2-disc standard edition) up for grabs. Find out more details on how you can win this incredible movie after the jump!
Making Hugh Jackman ("X-Men") look like a scuzzy bum is hardwork. Hit the jump to see designs that Isis Mussenden and Phillip Boutte Jr. for hobo-Logan in James Mangold's The Wolverine.
Director James Mangold talks "The Wolverine 2." Will Wolverine have his iconic costume? What themes and ideas will the sequel explore? And will the sequel have bigger stakes or once again but an emphasis on the characters?
In this exclusive clip given to us by FOX, Hiroyuki Sanada discusses his fight scene and we get a glimpse into Hugh's preparations in sword to claw combat.
The Wolverine "Unleashed Extended Edition" is available now in HD Digital and arrives in stores on blu-ray and DVD on December 3. Includes the Alternate Ending, audio commentary and of course, an unrated, extended cut.
Sure, everyone loves Old Man Logan and wants to see it grace the silver screen one day; but there are quite a few Wolverine - centric stories that are ideal for a movie treatment. I say bring on Daken!
Deadline report that thanks to The Wolverine performing so well (second highest grossing X-Men movie!), Fox have entered into negotiations with Mangold and, of course, Jackman to return for a follow up flick. Read on for more..
Overall, what are your thoughts on this summer's crop of 'blockbuster' films? Perhaps these latest box office numbers will support or refute your opinions on The Wolverine, Elysium, Pacific Rim and The Lone Ranger. Pacific Rim's China revenue has surpassed its US earnings.