Simon Kinberg Reveals WOLVERINE 3 Has Already Started Filming; Confirms R-Rating

Simon Kinberg Reveals WOLVERINE 3 Has Already Started Filming; Confirms R-Rating

Simon Kinberg Reveals WOLVERINE 3 Has Already Started Filming; Confirms R-Rating

Speaking at the X-Men: Apocalypse press junket, producer Simon Kinberg revealed that the next and final Wolverine installment has already started filming. He also shared a few tidbits on the film's violent tone.

Following his expected cameo in Bryan Singer's highly anticipated X-Men: Apocalypse, long-time franchise star Hugh Jackman will be seen next for the presumably final time in his third solo Wolverine outing, which, according to producer Simon Kinberg, has already started filming. Kinberg doesn't divulge too much, but does promise we'll be seeing Wolverine like we've never seen him before: “It’s a very radical, bold, different Wolverine than you’ve ever seen in any of these movies.

Speaking with Kinberg at the X-Men: Apocalypse press junket in London, Collider, while unable to gain confirmation on Patrick Stewart's involvement, did manage to confirm a few early rumors that claimed the film would be rated-R and set in the future, which judging by the rough description of the film's tone, should make for a perfect fit: “I’m not sure what I’m allowed to say about that. I will agree with you that Patrick Stewart was rumored to be a part of that film. It takes place in the future, and as you and others have reported, it is an R-rated movie. It’s violent, it’s kind of like a western in its tone. It’s just a very cool, different film.

A violent western starring Wolverine and directed by James Mangold, the man who helmed the excellent 3:10 To Yuma? This is shaping up to be really, really interesting and if everything works out, it could be one of the biggest treats of 2017.

Check out Kinberg's comments for yourself in the video below:




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