Untitled Wolverine (2017)
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March 3, 2017
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Starring: Hugh Jackman
Written by: David James Kelly
Release Date: March 3, 2017
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The Two Superheroes Keanu Reeves Desperately Wants To Play
Keanu Reeves has gotten to play a variety of roles over the years, but one type of character he’s never been able to sink his teeth into is a superhero. Unfortunately for him, the two superheroes he’s expressed interest in playing also happen to be the ones who won’t be free anytime soon.
by Adam Holmes October 22, 2014 comments
Wait, Why Are Wolverine And Storm Making Out In This X-Men Footage?
Another deleted scene from X-Men: Days Of Future Past has been released just a few days before its DVD and Blu-Ray hits the shelves. And this one is a belter too, because it sees two of the mutant posse’s most beloved characters, Storm and Wolverine, share a kiss before Logan travels to the past to try and stop the Sentinels from ever being created. For devoted readers of the comic it’s a real tearjerker, because hoards of fans have always longed to the see the duo get together.
by Gregory Wakeman October 6, 2014 comments
3 Huge Ways The End of X-Men: Days Of Future Past Affects Future X-Men Movies
We've decided to delve into the three worlds of the X-Men and discuss where they've left off following the events of Days Of Future Past. To be honest, there's a whole lot of questions hanging in the air, and we don't want to have to wait until 2016's X-Men: Apocalypse to answer them all.
by Gabe Toro May 26, 2014 comments
Monday Movie Memo: It's Time For Hugh Jackman To Hang Up Wolverine's Claws
It's time for him to walk away from the role that helped put him on the map, and I'll explain why in this week's Monday Movie Memo. Watch the video
by Sean O'Connell May 26, 2014 comments
5 More Fox Franchises That Could Use A Wolverine Appearance
But whatever the case, Fox is going to thrive on Jackman as Wolverine seemingly forever, so why not use him to boost other Fox franchises? And so we ask, which other Fox franchises deserve a little bit of Wolverine themselves?
by Gabe Toro May 15, 2014 comments
Could Wolverine Pop His Claws In X-Men: Apocalypse?
X-Men: Apocalypse would primarily focus on the First Class gang and be set in the 80's, the early claim announced. But it would also be a fairly epic film, and you can't do epic without Wolverine, can you? It seems like Apocalypse would be prepping the world for an X-film without Wolverine (the character has appeared in seven X-movies thus far), but we might not be done with Jackman yet.
by Gabe Toro May 12, 2014 comments
Bob Hoskins Was X-Men Comic Writer's First Choice For Wolverine
Long before Bryan Singer rounded up Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry and company for 2000's X-Men, Claremont was dreaming of his ideal X-Men movie, wherein Bob Hoskins would be his Wolverine.
by Kristy Puchko May 1, 2014 comments
Hugh Jackman Still Isn't Signed For That Third Wolverine Movie
There were some theories that Wolverine could lead whatever mystery Marvel project the studio has lined up for 2018, but that seems slightly in doubt. The Les Miserables star will be 49 years old in 2018 anyway, and it's a bit difficult to keep playing “ageless” when you're pushing fifty.
by Gabe Toro April 30, 2014 comments
Superhero State Of The Union: Are These Franchises Too Big To Fail?
The coming years have a full 10 (!) more superhero films scheduled for release, with countless others to follow, just waiting for a schedule space to clear up. But what happens if these films don't work? What happens if the fans don't want to see certain characters again and again?
by Gabe Toro April 14, 2014 comments
Hugh Jackman Mashes Up Les Mis And X-Men For Wolverine The Musical
For years Hugh Jackman has managed an incredible career where he balances playing one of comic book movie's surliest heroes with rousing musical performances on stage and screen. Now, the star of The Wolverine and Les Miserables combines two of his greatest roles for our amusement.
by Kristy Puchko March 31, 2014 comments
The Wolverine Sequel Reportedly Coming After X-Men: Apocalypse
Of course maybe Mangold is wondering what we all are: where does Days Of Future Past leave Wolverine? The Wolverine seems to occur in modern day, but the events of Days Of Future Past make Magneto and Professor X confront him in the post-credits sequence of The Wolverine, which is billed as “two years later.”
by Gabe Toro March 17, 2014 comments
X-Men: Days Of Future Past - What We Know So Far
We have to dig deep into Days of Future Past. We have roughly 100 moving parts to organize as we get ready for the sequel’s May 26 release date. Here’s everything you need to know about X-Men: Days of Future Past.
by Eric Eisenberg March 14, 2014 comments
Wolverine Shows Off New Costume In X-Men Days Of Future Past Image
I’m a selfish Wolverine fan. Despite all the great work Jackman has done in the X-Men movies, I’m not going to be happy until I see Wolverine in a mask, in a classic suit. Will it happen before the actor hangs up his claws? We shall see.
by Sean O'Connell December 16, 2013 comments
Hugh Jackman Unsure He'll Be Back As Wolverine In Future Mutant Movies
As Jackman himself says, this is “a way off.” Jackman seems to actively enjoy playing Wolverine, and fans still love him in the role. Fox has big plans for the mutant franchise, and this hero in particular. Will Jackman be part of the solution? Right now, it sounds up in the air.
by Sean O'Connell December 6, 2013 comments
Three Ways The Wolverine Unleashed Extended Edition Is Better Than The Theatrical Cut, And One Way It Isn't
With The Wolverine set to arrive on Blu-ray on December 3rd and now available on Digital HD, last night I was invited to attend a special screening on the 20th Century Fox Lot in Los Angeles to watch the premiere of the never-before-screened, unrated cut of the film that has been dubbed the Unleashed Extended Edition.
by Eric Eisenberg November 19, 2013 comments
Hugh Jackman Planned A Wolverine And Spider-Man Crossover, And You'll Never Believe Why It Didn't Happen
Would you believe that, at one point, Wolverine was supposed to cross paths with Spider-Man? The Huffington Post about his big Toronto hit Prisoners, Jackman allowed a tangent about this summer's The Wolverine to lead to some speculation about whether or not Jackman himself could just show up in a Marvel Studios film, without any official Fox permission. As it turns out, that's not such a crazy idea-- he tried to do it on Sam Raimi's first Spider-Man
by Katey Rich September 10, 2013 comments
Hugh Jackman Denies Being Offered $100 Million For Another Decade Of Wolverine
While this most recent standalone film definitely wasn’t one of the summer’s money-gobbling failures, it did take a steep drop after its opening weekend in July. And while it will no doubt make its budget back here in the U.S., it wasn’t the massive success that will immediately green light more films.
by Nick Venable August 16, 2013 comments
5 Superheroes Who Deserve R-Rated Movies (And Might Actually Get One Someday)
If anyone tells you that comic books are just for kids then you can be sure that that person doesn’t actually read comic books. Even in the typically-child friendly world of superheroes there are plenty of books filled with sex, violence, profanity and other material meant to appeal to adults and adults alone.
by Eric Eisenberg August 15, 2013 comments
Hugh Jackman Offered $100 Million To Play Wolverine 4 More Times?
X-Men have been played on screen by Oscar winners and stage legends and the owner of some extremely famous, uh, hardware. But there is only one X-Man who is incredibly famous for playing the mutant, and that's Hugh Jackman-- which makes him incredibly valuable to the franchise as it goes forward
by Katey Rich August 12, 2013 comments
Wolverine The Musical! Will Claw Its Way To Your Funny Bone
And it’s not just Wolvie, either. He’s joined by a bunch of very smarmy Multiple Men, the Hulk, and Spider-Man, who loses his head over the situation. It’s a hit from beginning to end, and definitely edges out Jackman’s own version of a Wolverine-themed musical.
by Nick Venable July 19, 2013 comments
Hugh Jackman Suggests The Wolverine Could Be His Last Solo Movie As The Character
While Hugh Jackman's Wolverine was unquestionably the most popular character of the X-Men trilogy, his first solo effort as the character put a pretty serious dent in the franchise. The film was a decent success at the box office, but it was torn apart by critics and left a bad taste in audience's mouths that some suggest resulted in X-Men: First Class not performing as well in theaters as all of the other movies in the series.
by Eric Eisenberg June 3, 2013 comments
Hugh Jackman Confirms One Of The X-Men Will Cameo In The Wolverine
"My character is at his lowest. He is supposed to be able to heal himself, but he may encounter someone who has worked out a way to really hurt him,” Jackman said. “And there is a cameo from one of the past X-Men in it."
by Sean O'Connell December 23, 2012 comments
Hugh Jackman Dances Gangnam Style With Psy On Wolverine Set
In the wake of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe," it was an unlikely pop song out of Korea called "Gangnam Style" that overtook American pop culture, not only with its largely incomprehensible yet catchy tune but also its easy and fun signature dance. Now Psy, the South Korean rapper behind this offbeat single, has taken his fame to the next level by teaming up with Hugh Jackman do dance Gangnam Style while both don Wolverine's trademark adamantium blades.
by Kristy Puchko October 17, 2012 comments
Check Out These Posters For Modern Movies Re-Imagined With Classic Casts
As a medium, film is one that is eternally looking back. Whether it be mining past hits for sure-to-score remakes, alluding to past works with visuals or music, or describing contemporary actors along the lines of well established stars, the film industry loves to revel in its own history. Inspired by moviemaking's inherent fascination with its own past...
by Kristy Puchko January 16, 2012 comments
The Queen's Peter Morgan Sells Heist Script To New Line
British writer Peter Morgan has made a name for himself penning awards-friendly, character-centric dramas such as The Last King of Scotland, The Queen, and Frost/Nixon. With the upcoming remake of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy he’s branching out into thriller territory, and now he’s tackling yet another time-honored genre: the heist flick. New Line has picked up Morgan’s untitled heist screenplay, to be produced by Simon Kinberg.
by David Wharton December 3, 2011 comments
First Look At Darren Aronofsky’s Graphic Novel Noah
Back in February we learned that Darren Aronofsky had set his sights on directing a religious epic around the story of Noah and his famous ark. However, even with his impressive showing with Black Swan, landing some cash for the project was going to be a struggle. Never a man to follow the beaten path, Aronofsky took a unique approach to courting financiers and teamed up with artist Nico Henrichon to create a graphic novel of the story to aid his pitches.
by Will LeBlanc October 21, 2011 comments
Hugh Jackman Says The Wolverine Could Get An R-Rated Cut
Jackman’s also savvy enough to admit in the clip that his audience base is younger than 17, and no studio in their right mind is going to alienate potential ticket buyers by delivering an R-rated, disturbing cut of a comic book character just to satisfy a small, dedicated niche.
by Sean O'Connell October 11, 2011 comments
The Next Wolverine Starts Shooting In October
Things are coming together for the next Wolverine movie. They have a director in James Mangold, Hugh Jackman is ready to go, and now the film has a start date. Expect The Wolverine to begin shooting in October, which probably means Fox aims to have it in theaters for 2012.
by Josh Tyler June 29, 2011 comments
Wolverine 2 Hiring Walk The Line's James Mangold To Direct?
Mangold is Fox’s current choice to take the Wolverine 2 directing gig, and they believe he’ll take the job. Fox wants to shoot the movie this fall, so they’ll be motivated to get this deal done. Like Aronofsky, Mangold once directed an Oscar nominated film.
by Josh Tyler June 15, 2011 comments
Duncan Jones Is Talking To Fox About Directing Wolverine, But Will He Take The Job?
Jones is certainly an interesting choice to take over for Aronofsky on Wolverine, another director who got his start in independent films and has a distinct vision (even though I thought Source Code was too generic and beneath Jones's skills, it has enough positive reviews to prove me wrong)
by Katey Rich April 11, 2011 comments
Wolverine Leaker Going To Jail
Sanchez is still the only one that's been charged in what could be the most famous movie leak of all time. But why? I'm not saying Sanchez shouldn't be punished. Studios invest hundreds of millions in summer blockbusters. They have every right to protect their intellectual property, but the biggest asshole on the block here is the employee who leaked it to begin with. Why is he not sitting in jail?
by Mack Rawden March 31, 2011 comments
Cinema Con Exclusive Video: Hugh Jackman Talks Real Steel, Being Wolverine For The Rest Of His Life
I asked him about how different this film's tone might be from those comedies, how much of an all-ages movie Real Steel might be, and pressed them for details about the film's "hero robot" Atom, who is brought up out of a junkyard by Jackman's character and his son
by Katey Rich March 29, 2011 comments
Great Debate: Is Darren Aronofsky Leaving The Wolverine Really A Bad Thing?
The difference between us was never more obvious than today, when Darren Aronofsky walked away from The Wolverine; Eric was despondent to hear that such a talented director wouldn't be tackling a superhero story, while Katey was thrilled that he'd be using his Black Swan clout to make a story that's entirely his own.
by Katey Rich and Eric Eisenberg March 17, 2011 comments
The Real Reason Darren Aronofsky Isn't Directing Wolverine 2
This morning we heard from one of our long-time scoopers (the same person who broke the news that Favreau was on the outs with Marvel months before he announced he would no longer be involved in directing Marvel films) with the inside track on what may have really happened between Aronofsky and Fox.
by Josh Tyler March 17, 2011 comments
Wolverine 2 To Be Titled The Wolverine, Will They Ignore The Other Movie?
There are a lot of different ways a studio can go with a sequel, especially if a new director is brought in. Without any preconceptions or biases toward the first installment, a new director is, in many ways, a lot more free
by Mack Rawden November 13, 2010 comments
Updated: Did Hugh Jackman Just Film A Cameo In X-Men: First Class?
With First Class filming on Jekyll Island right now, it's pretty much the only explanation for why Hugh Jackman would have been visiting that beach town in November
by Katey Rich November 1, 2010 comments
A.M. Awesome: Marvel Characters Enter The Tron Universe In A Disney Crossover
Next month’s issue of Wired (holy cow a print magazine!) will feature 10 collectible covers all featuring Marvel characters that have been “Tron-ified”, as they so lovingly put it
by Will LeBlanc October 19, 2010 comments
Darren Aronofsky Chosen To Direct Wolverine 2
Wolverine should have been better. Maybe the sequel will be. Until today there was no reason to believe this was a possibility, the whole X-Men franchise was turned
by Josh Tyler October 5, 2010 comments
UPDATED: Clash Of The Titans 2 And Deadpool Still Don't Have Directors, But They're Getting Closer
Things are looking a little worse for Liebesman and Warner Bros. as they try to hammer out a Clash of the Titans deal, since apparently "they are
by Katey Rich August 30, 2010 comments
Darren Aronofsky May Direct Wolverine 2
Even though it was generally loathed by critics, X-Men Origins: Wolverine made Fox a lot of money, and that means guaranteed sequel. Right now they’re looking
by Josh Tyler August 30, 2010 comments
Tony Scott And Matt Reeves Top Two Choices To Direct Wolverine 2?
A reliable source says Wolverine 2 has been coming together under the radar and that Fox’s list of directing candidates has been whittled down to just Matt Reeves and Tony Scott.
by Perri Nemiroff July 24, 2010 comments
Liev Schreiber's Sabretooth May Not Make It Into Wolverine 2
I think we all saw this coming. It doesn’t look like Liev Schreiber will make it into Wolverine 2. The next Wolverine movie is slated to head to Japan, loosely following a story laid out for the character in the comics
by CB Staff March 9, 2010 comments
Wolverine Sequel Won't Be Shooting For Another Year
So shooting beginning in 2011 means a 2012 release or so, right? What's interesting is that the Wolverine sequel probably won't show up until after the Deadpool movie hits theaters
by Katey Rich January 9, 2010 comments
Infamous X-Men Origins: Wolverine Bootlegger Arrested
After having been indicted in Los Angeles last week, 47-year-old Gilberto Sanchez was arrested at his home in the Bronx early Wednesday morning for uploading a workprint of X-Men Origins: Wolverine to the file sharing website Megaupload.com
by Perri Nemiroff December 16, 2009 comments
Will Zombieland Scribes Bring Deadpool To Theaters?
One of this years biggest box office suck fests was X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but its one saving grace was Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson. I refuse to refer to him as “Deadpool” because the handling of the character by the filmmakers
by Will LeBlanc December 8, 2009 comments
5 Costumes Way Too Lame To Be For Halloween
Tomorrow we'll be giving advice on how to look great on Halloween, but first, below are five of the lamest costumes and why to avoid them. Trust me, we're doing this for your own good
by Katey Rich October 28, 2009 comments
Christopher McQuarrie Trusted With The Future Of Wolverine
The rumors about Wolverine taking on ninjas are true. Christopher McQuarrie has been hired to write the script for the Wolverine sequel, and will be setting the film in Japan, where Wolverine struggles between his animal instincts and the samurai code
by Katey Rich August 14, 2009 comments
Wolverine Is Headed To Japan
Do people even remember that X-Men Origins: Wolverine was released? I definitely forgot. In fact, the studio could release the movie again, and I’m sure at least half of the people who saw it the first time would go again
by Tim Gomez August 11, 2009 comments
Liev Schreiber Might Not Be Ready To Return As Sabretooth
"I'm over 40 now, and do I really want to go through the physical stuff that it took to pull that off again? I'm not so sure." At the same time, he sounded a bit like a fanboy when discussing possible futures for his character
by Katey Rich August 2, 2009 comments
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