Early reviews have been quite positive, and surprisingly in a dominating way, for what is said to be Wolverine’s last outing by Hugh Jackman.
The actor steps in for Kenny Baker, who died last year.
Both actors have significant ties to director Baz Luhrmann, and could be picking up equally significant parts in the DC Comics film.
Hugh Jackman presented his ideas, only to have them clarified – or corrected, depending on your perspective – by director James Mangold.
In theaters March 3, 2017.
We don’t know why he’s doing it, either.
A rumor got not just denials from those involved in the X-Men solo film, but even an insult or two as well.
The actor hopes his ‘Internet friends’ can convince Hugh Jackman to reprise his iconic role.
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The third standalone Wolverine movie from Marvel’s X-Men universe has a name … and it’s literally Wolverine’s name.
Will one of the most beloved X-Men villains FINALLY be making his film debut next year?
I’d rather if it wasn’t, please.
20th Century Fox may not be willing to confirm Stewart’s involvement in the film, but these photos speak for themselves.
It’s not just a cameo after all.
Watch out Independence Day, you’re not the only film this summer taking down global monuments…