It’s been said before and it’ll probably be said again: the current comic book movie craze may have had its seeds planted in 1998 by New Line Cinema’s Blade, but it was 2000’s X-Men that catapulted the genre to new heights of success and acceptance by moviegoers everywhere. X-Men was quickly followed by other successful, genre-defining films like Sam Raimi’s original Spider-Man, 2003’s X2: X-Men United, 2004’s Hellboy and Spider-Man 2, and 2005’s Batman Begins.… Continue reading Comics on Film: Life After Hugh Jackman's Wolverine
Wolverine: Hugh Jackman has hinted before that he’s ready to say goodbye to playing the X-Men character Wolverine, and now he’s given his clearest signal yet. In a social media post, he featured a photo with the caption, ‘WOLVERINE…ONE LAST TIME. HJ,” apparently referring to the third stand-alone Wolverine movie, set for release on March 3, 2017. [Instagram]
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Hugh Jackman is trading in his adamantium claws for sword in these first photos from Joe Wright’s upcoming film Pan.
Entertainment Weekly scored the exclusive new pictures, which show Jackman looking menacing as pirate Blackbeard (and not Captain Hook…) as he squares off against Levi Miller, who’s playing the young Peter Pan.
The new… Continue reading Movie Pics: Hugh Jackman's Pirate in 'Pan' and a Whole Lot of 'Goosebumps' Monsters Revealed
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Viola Davis doesn’t play an adamantium-clawed mutant in the upcoming crime thriller “Prisoners,” but she apparently decided to give co-star Hugh Jackman’s “X-Men” diet a whirl during filming.
Yesterday, while at the L.A. premiere of their dark movie, which also stars Jake… Continue reading Hugh Jackman's Wolverine Diet: Viola Davis Gave It a Go While Filming 'Prisoners'
He’s back! That’s right, Wolverine, the Canadian superhero with the metallic claws, is once again upon us, this time in his own movie — “The Wolverine” (definite articles make everything scarier).
This time mutant Wolverine is in Japan and what’s more — he’s totally ripped, and he’s ready to kick all sorts of ass (yakuza, ninja, kaiju, whatever). Bring it on!
This is the sixth time… Continue reading 'The Wolverine' Review: 10 Things You Should Know About Hugh Jackman's Latest