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McAfee has released this yearís list of Most Toxic Superheroes, i.e. the heroes that are likely to give your computer a virus when searching for them. Check out who all earned this less-than-stellar honor.
Flipping the bird has a long, illustrious history in movies, and this new supercut collects some of the most memorable, inappropriate, and hilarious instances.
News can come from the strangest places. Itís been a question in recent weeks whether or not Hugh Jackman would be appearing in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse. It now looks like we do have confirmation that Wolverine will be in the new film.
Thereís been a lot of speculation about Hugh Jackmanís last Wolverine movie will be about, but the creative talent are staying silent. However, we may now know which storyline will be adapted for the actorís last hurrah.
Hugh Jackman has spent more than a decade as the primary face of the X-Men franchise, but that time is soon coming to an end. And while the actor has previously blamed his inability to eat another egg white omelet as a part of his decision to leave Wolverine behind, apparently legendary comedian Jerry Seinfeld also had a hand in helping Jackman decide his future.
Ever since Hugh Jackman made the announcement that he would soon be permanently retracting his claws as Wolverine, speculation immediately began regarding the long-term future of the character. According to Jackman's opinion, it's inevitable that the recasting process will be underway to find a new version of the X-Menís savage slasher.
Now that Hugh Jackman is ending his run as the big screen version of Wolverine, the folks at 20th Century Fox have a choice to make: they can either just retire the character, or they can recast him. At this point we really don't know which option the studio will take, but for what it's worth, Kingsman: The Secret Service star Taron Egerton would love a crack at the part.
We know Hugh Jackman will step out as Wolverine one last time Wolverine 3, and that Jackman felt it was just the right time to say good bye. But now, we know the real reason Jackman was done with his beefy, cigar-smoking badass.
Ryan Reynolds made his cinematic debut as Deadpool way back in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Now that his foulmouthed, katana-swinging character has his own standalone X-Men movie, will Hugh Jackman return the favor?
Today, Jackman confirmed that Wolverine 3 will indeed be his final appearance as the titular, ferocious clawed mutant. Hereís why heís leaving the character after 17 years.
As Hugh Jackman prepares to strap on his Wolverine claws and sideburns one more time, 20th Century Fox has tapped a comic book movie veteran to pen Wolverine 3.
After 15 years, Hugh Jackman is finally hanging up his Wolverine claws, and now we know what film will be his last.
Last we heard from Hugh Jackman, he made it fairly clear he did not want to give up his signature role as Wolverine in the X-Men franchise. But, looks like Jackman may be letting go of his adamantium claws a little sooner than we had previously thought.
Superhero movies immune to a common problem that has plagued many franchises: recasting. With that in mind, here are the main superheroes and super villains that will need to be recasted soon for future appearances for a variety of reasons.
Will Hugh Jackman ever hang up his adamantium claws? The latest word from the actor himself is that he would be totally down to join Ryan Reynolds in the Deadpool movie.
In a recent interview, Hugh Jackman discusses Wolverineís place in his life and how the Oscars-dominating film, Birdman has come to shape his view of how long he wants to hold on to the character.
Weíre still a long way out from seeing the third Wolverine movie, but that hasnít stopped any of us from trying to unearth what secrets we can from its star Hugh Jackman. While we squeezed a couple of lines from the actor during the press junket for his new movie Chappie, MTVís Josh Horowitz was able to do the same.
There's no arguing, with the franchise dating back almost a decade and a half now, that the X-Men are getting older. With that in mind, check out what Matthew Vaughn had to say about potentially replacing Hugh Jackman as Wolverine had he directed 2014's X-Men: Days of Future Past.
By now everyone has heard the exciting news of Spider-Man and Marvel being reunited, that left some of us with our heads spinning. Looks like we superhero fans weren't the only ones who had our minds blown by the big news, however, as this recent clip of Hugh Jackman proves he too was actually quite surprised.
News broke the other day from the mouth of Patrick Stewart himself that he was in talks to join up with Hugh Jackman in the next Wolverine movie. (The Wolverine 2? Wolverine 3? Whatever you call it. It looks like the plan is to feature Professor Xavier in the sequel to James Mangoldís film in some way. We caught up with Jackman on Tuesday to get his comment on the situation, and, as expected, he skirted around the topic.