"Wolverine... One Last Time" - X-Men star Hugh Jackman, who has played the iconic claw-wielding mutant a record seven times, just tweeted out this fairly ominous message that could have serious implications on the future of Fox's beloved X-Men franchise. Come check it out!
Director James Mangold (3:10 to Yuma , Walk The Line) says that the sequel to Hugh Jackman's The Wolverine will begin filming early next year. Are you excited for Mangold and Jackman to continue their story?
Even though Wolverine & Deadpool's first on-screen meeting didn't end up being as memorable as it could've been, Fox may have a chance to rectify that error as it looks like Hugh Jackman may be interested in going head-to-head with Ryan Reynolds' Merc with a Mouth. Check it out!
After last night's surprise announcement that the King is going home to Marvel Studios, the only Marvel properties on the outside looking in at the MCU are the X-Men & the Fantastic Four. Come see what Wolverine star Hugh Jackman had to say about potentially following Spidey to Marvel.
Over eight-minutes of action-packed previsualizations created by Halon Entertainment for 20th Century Fox's The Wolverine. The video features unused scenes such as Logan (Hugh Jackman) fighting a bear and freeing WWII prisoners-of-war. Come see!
Who will take up the mantle of Wolverine in the aftermath of Logan's death? It looks like a new weekly series will eventually provide the answer, as Charles Soule and Ray Fawkes plan to bring together some of Logan's closet friends (and enemies) in Wolverines..
That's the very question Man-At-Arms try to answer in their latest production as they combine Batman's batarangs into a gauntlet very reminiscent of Wolverine's claws. The bad guys in Gotham would be going to the morgue instead of Arkham.
Hit the jump to check out WWII atomic bomb animatics (animated storyboards) and Viper concept art for 20th Century Fox and James Mangold's The Wolverine.
With X-Men: Days of Future Past set to arrive in a few days, CinemaSins has released another video in their "Everything Wrong With" series, this time choosing to critique 2013's The Wolverine directed by James Mangold. Come check it out!
Hit the jump to see behind-the-scenes images and a video of the cool work that Make-up Effects Group did for James Mangold's The Wolverine and Stuart Beattie's I, Frankenstein.