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With The Wolverine headed to home entertainment in the coming weeks, the more cynical of you might assume this is a timed leak, but according to Deadline, Fox have started negotiating with Hugh Jackman and director James Mangold for another …
If you want the longer cut and the commentary then you’re going to have to pay the extra for the 3D set.
As designed by Adam Ross of Legacy Effects. Good work, Ross.
Five minutes with the fashion model and clarinet player who has become one of the great loves of Logan’s long life; Mariko Yashida in The Wolverine.
Shirt off, claws out: Hugh Jackman takes another stab at Canada’s angriest superhero. Michael Moran, Bleeding Cool’s most ill-tempered reviewer, takes notes…
And, yes, those were boneclaws.
Not only the funeral of a key character but also a boiling pot of inter-faction organised crime tensions.
Many scenes in The Wolverine are noirish. Sometimes, it’s a doomed romance picture. There are also a lot of elements of the samurai movie in play. And then…
Getting inside Logan with James Mangold, director of The Wolverine.
A helpful reminder of who will be fighting alongside and against Hugh Jackman in The Wolverine.
Hugh Jackman, James Mangold and company want to tell you why The Wolverine is a Ronin story. They’ll even tell you what a Ronin story is.
Footage from James Mangold’s The Wolverine has been cut into a promo for the new IAM single, Marvel.
Here is the next in a long line Suiboku-Ga inspired posters from The Wolverine. We have seen Silver Samurai, Wolverine, Viper and Yukio. This time featuring Jean Grey.
Also includes some tributes to classic Samurai movies, which is very nice.
Including new images from the film.
I’ll give you 2:1 that the scene at the front of this trailer is how the film opens too.
I don’t imagine they’ll do this for every character, but the Samurai, for obvious reasons, is a suitable candidate.
From what I know of the film – and I wish I could tell you everything I know, and in time I will – the Japanese title of Wolverine: Samurai is entirely fair.