Everything we’ve heard about The Wolverine has sold it as a very unique superhero movie. Star Hugh Jackman and director James Mangold have repeatedly explained how, though this is an X-Men movie, it’s much more character-based and emotional than most films derived from comic books. The foreign setting and international cast also lends a feel that is different from the average tentpole. Whether or not their ambitions have come to fruition probably won’t be revealed until The Wolverine is released on July 26. (Or maybe sooner when we finally get a trailer.)

Mangold bolstered these statements over the weekend when he took to Twitter to post ten images from films that influenced his style and storytelling on The Wolverine. Can you pick out what they are? Read More »

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True Grit is poised to cross the $100m mark in the US. While the movie is the Joel and Ethan Coen‘s widest open to date (1100 more screens than their last greatest domestic success, No Country For Old Men) that doesn’t lessen the fact that this is still their biggest domestic gross ever. Celebrate their achievement by checking out the brothers’ list of their favorite Westerns, and then puzzle over comments about making a new shot for shot version of Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner. Read More »

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