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With Hugh Jackman’s tenure as Wolverine winding down in X-Men: Apocalypse and Wolverine 3, we’ve decided to rank his appearances as the clawed mutant from worst to best going by how well he was used in each movie.
The biggest surprise in yesterday’s X-Men: Apocalypse trailer was when Wolverine popped his claws at the end, but director Bryan Singer assures fans there’s more going on here than advertised.
There are certain questions that are as old as time itself. Where did we come from? Why are we here? These are questions that are asked, and yet, they really have no answers. But there is one question even older.
X-Men: Apocalypse’s latest trailer confirmed today that Wolverine will appear in the movie. However, director Bryan Singer said that Wolverine won’t be a central character. So how does he fit in? Here’s our guess.
Hugh Jackman is giving his final performance as Logan, a.k.a. Wolverine, next year in Wolverine 3. Until now, the only other actor to join the feature is Patrick Stewart as Charles Xavier, but today the threequel has found its main villain.
Wolverine 3 is now less than a year away from release. But what do we actually know about the final outing for Hugh Jackman as the beloved mutant? Take a click inside to find out.
Last week at the New York Toy Fair we saw the first evidence that 20th Century Fox was planning to make an R-rated
After one final Wolverine film set to come out in 2017, Hugh Jackman will be retiring his claws for good… and his timing really couldn’t be any worse.
New rumors have begun to swirl that the final outing for the fan favorite X-Man Wolverine will go places the fans have always wanted to see.
Deadpool was just the beginning. There's an army of comic book characters who deserve an R-rated movie, here are just the top ten most deserving of such treatment.
Although Deadpool managed to fit in a quite a fair number of Deadpool’s supporting cast and other players from the X-Men universe, not everyone made the final cut. Now we can add Wolverine and Taskmaster to that list.
We knew we were in for a very different superhero movie when Deadpool finally made it to the screen. One full of violence, vulgarity, and pop culture references, and here is every easter egg and in -oke. At least the ones we remember, we were laughing pretty hard.
The Australian heartthrob will soon ditch the sideburns and adamantium claws in order to walk away from the X-Men franchise, which only begs one question: who could replace him? According to the creative forces behind the franchise, nobody can.
Although there’s a tentative date set for his final Wolverine adventure, Hugh Jackman still isn’t ready to begin shooting Wolverine 3 due to this reason.
While the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been humming along for years, it was actually Fox who started the comic book movie boom with the first X-Men film. In recent years the studio has begun to look at ways to continue and expand the mutant universe.
With Hugh Jackman’s departure as Wolverine in 2017, there’s a new spot open for another mutant hero to take the reins as the X-Men franchise leader. Here are the candidates we’ve picked that Fox should consider putting at the forefront.
Hugh Jackman will play Wolverine for the last time in 2017’s Wolverine 3, but we’re wondering if before that, he might sneak in a cameo during Deadpool.
It’s become fairly common knowledge at the point that Hugh Jackman’s days of playing Wolverine are numbered. Following the third standalone movie for the character Jackman will be hanging up the claws.
Over the last 16 years Hugh Jackman has portrayed the clawed Canadian X-Man in no less than seven films – including two solo outings. With so much experience, and so many great moments, you would think it difficult for Jackman to pinpoint his favorite Wolverine moment of all time – you would be wrong.
Wolverine 3 is only a year and a half away from release, but for Hugh Jackman, he isn’t ready to get started on Logan’s third solo adventure until one thing has been perfected.