The international and domestic trailers for director James Mangold’s sequel The Wolverine have landed this morning. Wolverine is isolated in modern day Japan where he faces his ultimate nemesis “in a life-or-death battle that will leave him forever changed.” The difference between the two is that in the U.S. version we see the reveal of
Fox has released a fantastic poster for The Wolverine, we get rain, some lights, and even some strikes of lightening. Hugh Jackman returns to the the role of Wolverine in the James Mangold-directed spinoff. The Wolverine hits theaters (now in 3D) on July 26, 2013. Poster found via.
This week a new synopsis has been released for The Wolverine, basically underlining what we’ve heard from Hugh Jackman and director James Mangold. The good thing to hear is that it’s going to be a much darker Wolverine movie, as the character should be. The film also stars Will Yun Lee, Hiroyuki Sanada, Brian Tee,
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Darren Aronofsky (The Wrestler, Black Swan) is directing a Wolverine movie – there you’re caught up. A new interview with the director revealed that the second Wolverine film is not a sequel to X-Men Origins: Wolverine and the film, starring Hugh Jackman, will simply be called The Wolverine. Aronofsky revealed the title and insight to