Get ready—'cause the Silver Samurai has been spotted on The Wolverine set. Some clever paparazzi have caught actor Will Yun Lee in and out of his infamous costume. Not only that, but we also have a sneak peek at Wolverine's newer, more practical claws.
After countless paparazzi photos, we finally have something official from The Wolverine, 'cause Marvel has released the first still from the movie featuring Hugh Jackman as the title character.
We've gotten some intriguing looks at the set of James Mangold's The Wolverine already, but this might be the most tantalizing thing we've seen yet. A new pic from the film's set reveals what could be a whole new layer of Logan's story, and a big X-Men connection. POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD!
The eagerly anticipated new standalone film The Wolverine recently started shooting in Tokyo, and now we finally have our first look at Hugh Jackman & Co. bringing the Japanese-set tale to life.
After the disappointment of X-Men Origins: Wolverine, expectations are high that director James Mangold will redeem everyone's favorite clawed mutant with The Wolverine. Hugh Jackman's already promised that he and Mangold are delivering something new, and now Mangold's taken to Twitter to reveal which films are inspiring his take on Wolverine.
The Wolverine's got some making up to do. After X-Men Origins was panned by both fans and critics, the clawed hero needs a fresh start. And according to Hugh Jackman, he's going to get one.
Last week we caught our first glimpse of Hugh Jackman on the set of The Wolverine, and we were a bit surprised to find him with a little less hair than we're used to. Now Jackman's been spotted again during shooting for the flick, and he's got more hair...a lot more hair.
If there's one trademark Wolverine sports better than any other superhero out there—well, other than the Adamantium claws—it's the hair. We mean, the guy has one of the weirdest hairdos in the whole Marvel universe!
Last week we caught our first glimpses of the sets from James Mangold's The Wolverine, including a model of an apparent prisoner of war camp. Now that camp is built and ready for action, and thanks to an Australian news report, we even get to see some of the shoot.
James Mangold's The Wolverine is finally shooting in Australia, and we just got our first peek at under-construction sets and even a bit of concept art. But what do those glimpses tell us about the film's plot?