Posted on Monday, July 27th, 2015 by Angie Han
Hugh Jackman is milking his final appearance as Wolverine for all it’s worth. The actor has unveiled the very first teaser image from the next Wolverine standalone film, which will feature his final performance as the mutant superhero. Check out the first Wolverine teaser image after the jump. Read More »
Before we go any further, it looks like the next Wolverine solo movie, the sequel to The Wolverine, may just be called Wolverine. Or that’s how one trade is referring to it for now; the title may change. Along with that little nugget, a new screenwriter for the film has been revealed, as Michael Green (Blade Runner 2, Green Lantern) is writing the script in collaboration with director James Mangold. Read More »
Hugh Jackman may be taking his claws off for good. A new Instagram from the X-Men franchise actor on Saturday says that he will be playing Wolverine for “one last time.” Details after the jump.
UPDATE: Director James Mangold has confirmed that Jackman’s “one last time” as the character will be in the upcoming sequel to The Wolverine. Fox has that film slated for March 3, 2017.
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Despite having a March 3, 2017 release date, we’ve heard very little about The Wolverine 2. Director James Mangold and star Hugh Jackman will return to tell a new story that centers on everyone’s favorite mutant but that’s pretty much all we know for sure. There have been rumors, of course, but with three X-Universe films coming out before that – X-Men Apocalypse, Deadpool and Gambit – we really don’t know where Wolverine will be once his next solo film is released.
The director was asked, via Twitter, when the film would shoot. He offered up a concrete, albeit obvious piece of information. The Wolverine 2 will begin filming in early 2016. Read more about the Wolverine 2 update below. Read More »
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The X-Men universe is growing on the big screen. Deadpool will be out next year. A Gambit movie is in the works, too. The biggest movies to expand that universe, however, will be X-Men Apocalypse on May 27, 2016 and The Wolverine 2 on March 3, 3017. Today, we continue to learn more about the former film as director Bryan Singer offered a cryptic tease about the movie on Instagram.
In a bigger turn of events, Patrick Stewart suggested there are talks of him reprising his role as Professor X for the sequel to James Mangold’s The Wolverine. Read more about Professor X Wolverine news below. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, May 21st, 2014 by Angie Han
A few weeks ago, Hugh Jackman told press that he was “99.9% sure” that the next Wolverine movie would be his last outing as the (nearly) ageless mutant. But now that the X-Men: Days of Future Past press tour is in full swing, that remaining 0.01% seems to be gaining ground.
Jackman has since backtracked a bit on his comments, saying that he’s “less sure” about wanting to hang up his claws. In fact, he’s hoping that Wolverine will eventually get a chance to team up with the Avengers. Read his comments after the jump.
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Hugh Jackman has been Wolverine for almost 15 years. He first appeared in Bryan Singer’s landmark 2000 film X-Men and continues in the role to this day. He’s soon starring in May’s X-Men: Days of Future Past. After that, another X-Men film, X-Men Apocalypse, is already in the works, and then a third Wolverine sequel is a likely prospect. Jackman is expected to appear in both of those yet-to-be-produced films. In a new interview, however, he said he’s 99.9 per cent sure by the time he gets to that third Wolverine movie, it would be his last, and that’s helping to drive the story. Read more about Hugh Jackman being done with Wolverine below. Read More »
Fox has set a whole group of new release dates, including one that suggests a load of confidence in Fantastic Four, which hasn’t even shot yet. A second Fantastic Four outing will now be seen in 2017, with a Wolverine sequel also set to hit screens again that year. And 2018 will have another of Fox’s Marvel films, but we don’t know which one at this point. Finally, there’s a mystery Ridley Scott film set for 2016 — is that Prometheus 2? Read More »
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The Wolverine director James Mangold has a couple of non-Wolverine projects in the file (such as The Deep Blue Good-By and Three Little Words) but we know that he has been developing a sequel to The Wolverine since that film opened last year. Now Mangold has revealed that he plans to shoot the next Wolverine sequel after Bryan Singer’s next X-Men movie is done. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, March 4th, 2014 by Angie Han
Of all the actors who’ve made their name playing comic book superheroes, Hugh Jackman has stuck with his role the longest. During his now fourteen-year tenure as Wolverine, we’ve gone through two Spider-Men, two Supermen, and two entirely different sets of (non-Wolverine) X-Men.
However, there’s only so long a mortal man can play an ageless mutant, and Jackman is well aware of that fact. In a recent interview, the actor said that although he hadn’t tired of the character yet, it was “inevitable” that Wolverine would be recast someday. Hit the jump to get his thoughts.
Most of Jackman’s co-stars from the original X-Men trilogy were replaced in X-Men: First Class by younger actors. Jackman, as the ageless Wolverine, was the exception. But that doesn’t mean recasting was never a possibility, he cautions.
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