The actor reveals he won’t reprise his role as Wolverine for another solo movie if the story doesn’t meet his “very high expectations.”
Star Hugh Jackman won’t confirm that he’s signed on for a sequel to The Wolverine, but concedes, “I think we’ve got a great opportunity to make something really cool.”
A deleted scene from James Mangold’s The Wolverine provides a long-anticipated glimpse of Logan’s classic comic-book costume.
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.
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.”
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.”
Hugh Jackman hints at a deeper connection between his character and Svetlana Khodchenkova’s Viper in a new featurette for director James Mangold’s The Wolverine, which opens July 26.