As Wolverine, Hugh Jackman's a tall, lean, muscle machine. However, in the Marvel comics, Wolverine's really quite a short and stocky (and VERY muscular) guy. So for The Wolverine, director Darren Aronofsky told the Australian actor to really beef it up in order to match the comic book character's more massive look.
As far as we're concerned, Patrick Stewart was the perfect Professor Xavier in the X-Men movie franchise. So imagine how we felt when we learned the actor's personal favorite moment as that character—and how we NEVER got to see it!
The award-winning writer-director reveals his plans for making the pseudo-sequel to X-Men Origins: Wolverine—"we're definitely going to make something great."
By now everyone knows that Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan, The Fountain) is getting ready to shoot that Wolverine sequel due out next year, with Hugh Jackman as Logan. But we just learned the Wolvie sequel isn't really a sequel ... and it won't be called Wolverine 2 either.
How little does one need to convey the essences of some of the world's most popular superheroes? The comic book artists of the online collective Comic Twart rise to that challenge with pieces that perfectly capture these caped crusaders.
You know what's wrong with the way artists have been drawing Superman since 1938? They've never put both of his eyes on the same side of his head! Thanks to the Wonderbros, we finally get to see the Man of Steel and other superheroes the way they were always meant to be seen—as if painted by Picasso.
It turns out that taxi drivers are NOT the best source of info for what's going on with upcoming movies. (Who knew?) Remember when we reported yesterday that a cabbie drove Hugh Jackman from the airport to the locale where X-Men: First Class was filming, and how it might mean a Wolverine cameo?
Everybody likes a good casting rumor, and this morning we have one that if true, would be really, really cool. Because according to a cabbie (and you can always trust a cabbie, right?), Hugh Jackman just shot a cameo appearance for X-Men: First Class as everyone's favorite hairy mutant Wolverine.
Hugh Jackman said on Monday night at a benefit in New York City that he expects Wolverine 2 will not be a "usual" X-Men movie. But what exactly did he mean by that?
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