“Anyone who thinks they’re indispensable in this business is fooling themselves,” Hugh Jackman says about his future as Wolverine.
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.”
The legendary comics writer, whose 1982 collaboration with Frank Miller provides the source material for the upcoming Fox film, gives his approval to Christopher McQuarrie’s screenplay.
The Madhouse-produced Marvel anime series feature Heroes stars Adrian Pasdar and Milo Ventimiglia as the voices of Tony Stark and Logan.
G4TV’s Attack of the Show has premiered a scene from the Madhouse-produced Wolverine anime series, which debuts later this year on the cable channel.
Director Darren Aronofsky has confirmed that his Wolverine movie won’t bear an unwieldy title like, say, X-Men Origins: Wolverine 2. Instead, it will be called The Wolverine. It also won’t be a conventional sequel to Gavin Hood’s 2009 movie.
Gary Ross seems to have emerged as the director for Lionsgate’s movie adaptation of The Hunger Games, beating out fellow directors like Sam Mendes and David Slade. But is there more than meets the eye to the decision?