Aside from one misstep, Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine has been the glue that holds the X-Men franchise together. Turns out what is arguably his best performance was written by a guy who really doesn’t like superhero movies.
Just as the original X-Men comic book was a pioneering title for both Marvel Comics and the art form in general, the film version of the mutants led the charge for today's explosion of superhero films.
Are you guys ready for more Wolverine? Hugh Jackman has more or less confirmed that he and his The Wolverine director, James Mangold, were already working on the next entry in Wolvie's solo movie franchise.
All good things must come to an end, and for Hugh Jackman that means that his days of playing Wolverine may be coming to a close soon.
Wanna know when that Wolverine sequel will happen? We have the answer.
The theatrical ending to The Wolverine was great, but this — this is just a whole new level of awesome.
So what does Wolverine star Hugh Jackman make of all those rumors he could make $100 million for a four-picture X-Men deal?
The Wolverine is pretty much entirely about Logan’s journey — but did you know it almost featured another member of the X-Men in a supporting role?
So what does comic writer Chris Claremont think about The Wolverine flick — especially considering he didn’t even get a shout out in the credits?
We’re obviously looking forward to the X-Men spin-off The Wolverine, but we also have a few ideas for some more comic book movie characters who deserve their own flicks.