The Wolverine actor is the latest actor to board Neill Blomkamp’s Elysium follow-up Chappie, playing “the rival of Dev Patel’s character.”
The Wolverine star Hugh Jackman says his time playing the claw-popping mutant is drawing to a close, unless there’s “a really good reason” to continue.
Hot on the heels of Bryan Singer announcing the end of filming on X-Men: Days of Future Past, a new production image has surfaced of stars Nicholas Hoult, Hugh Jackman and James McAvoy.
One of the screenwriters of The Wolverine reveals he tried to find a way to reteam Logan with Rogue in director James Mangold’s film. “There’s something special between them,” Mark Bomback says, “so I was trying to bring Rogue into it, but it just didn’t get there.”
In addition to sending out an image of Jennifer Lawrence’s Mystique X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer also talked about the film’s setting and characters, and its place in the franchise.
Hollywood analysts predict that James Mangold’s The Wolverine will earn between $75 million and $80 million domestically in its opening weekend. Starring Hugh Jackman, the film debuts Friday.
Director James Mangold teases the possibility of an unrated, bloodier cut of The Wolverine for the Blu-ray and DVD release, with an additional 10 to 12 minutes of footage.
An enthusiastic, and optimistic, Hugh Jackman wonders why Wolverine, the Avengers and Spider-Man can’t team up in one movie, with the three studios splitting the costs: “I’m in for it, I’m totally up for it because I think that would be really exciting for fans across the board.”
A new report seemingly confirms Peter Dinklage’s role in X-Men: Days of Future Past, reveals Josh Helman’s character and lays out a key way Bryan Singer’s movie will differ from the source material.