Hugh Jackman has proclaimed that Wolverine 3 will be his final time playing the X-Men character that made him a star, and now we know who will be portraying his big adversary in the film: Boyd Holbrook, as “the chief of security for a global corporation” that’s after the titular hero.
It’s no secret we’ve been pretty critical and dismissive of Disney’s seemingly non-stop need to remake every single one of their iconic animated films in live-action. And yet, with a single video, one of those upcoming remakes just got infinitely more exciting.
Not me! Because reminding everyone about the horror that was X-Men Origins: Wolverine is not the way to go here. Deadpool and Days of Future Past just got done erasing the worst parts of the early X-Men movies from the timeline. Don’t undo all their hard work.
Pan was kind of a letdown in general. But the Peter Pan origins movie does have one totally bonkers moment that’s worth checking out—when Hugh Jackman leads all the captive boys in a singalong of Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit.” Hear it for yourself!
Hugh Jackman has taken to Twitter to release the concept art from the upcoming third standalone Wolverine movie. He’s also asking for fifty words or less from fans about what they want to see. So go tweet “Logan using his knives to make fruit salad” — my personal hope.
La próxima película de la saga spin-off de Wolverine será la última para Hugh Jackman, y el actor no se cansa de decirlo. Por ahora se desconoce la trama oficial, peronuevos rumores aseguran que se basará en los cómics de “Old Man Logan”, en los que es un anciano justiciero en el futuro que se enfrenta a héroes y…
Hugh Jackman took to his Instagram to announce that the third Wolverine movie (due in 2017) will be his final round playing the iconic character that made him a movie star. Can't really blame him; the first X-Men movie came out in 2000, which means there's a good chance he hasn't eaten a carb in almost two decades.
Sharlto Copley (District 9) brought the titular robot of Chappie to life, thanks to performance capture and director Neill Blomkamp, but as it turns out everyone wanted him dead. We spoke with the Chappie'scast — Copley, Hugh Jackman and Sigourney Weaver — about the violence they inflicted upon this adorable robot.
Birdman, el fantástico film de Alejandro González Iñárritu, se acaba de alzar con 4 Oscars. Su crítica de fondo a las películas de superhéroes de Hollywood ha dejado a muchos pensando, entre ellos Hugh Jackman, quien en realidad es lo más parecido a un Keaton/Riggan/Birdman real. ¿Qué opina Jackman de la película?
If we see a dozen more movies with Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, we'll have this year's best picture, Birdman, to thank. In an interview with Cigar Aficionado, Jackman spoke from the perspective of watching Birdman as an actual actor with an iconic superhero role. And the movie may have struck much closer to home for him…
Here are the first-ever clips from Neill Blomkamp's Chappie movie, which are laughably devoid of any actual scenes with the titular robot. But what they do have is plenty of villains and Hugh Jackman with a mullet.
We're not entirely sure what kind of voodoo Hot Toys is using to create its remarkably detailed line of sixth-scale action figures, but we're fairly confident that seeing its new Wolverine figure in person counts as a celebrity encounter with Hugh Jackman himself.
Hugh Jackman has played Wolverine in seven movies over the course of 14 years, and it all started with the audition. Travel back in time to see Jackman's very first reading with X-Men director Bryan Singer.
Hugh Jackman answers everything you are dying to know about X-Men: Days of Future Past and shares a few fun spoilery details that we couldn't reveal earlier in our exclusive interview.
Never. Never ever. Never ever ever. Fox is never letting go of The X-Men, so this will never happen. But if Hugh Jackman really wants a look at how his Wolverine would interact with the Marvel movieverse, well, that's what fanfic is for.
Over Hugh Jackman's 14 years as Wolverine, he's seen the X-Men rise and fall, and he's doing it again in X-Men:Days of Future Past. In our exclusive interview, Jackman explains what makes a good X-Men movie, his opinions on the new, younger group of mutants and the complex math behind delivering Wolverine's signature…
That's the bad news. The good news is that he assumes his last film as Marvel 's mega-popular mutant loner will be the third solo Wolverine movie, which still gives us X-Men: Apocalypse, and of course the upcoming Days of Future Past.
Hugh Jackman is famous both for performing in musicals and portraying the superhero Wolverine—but what happens when he sings about playing Wolverine?
The last Wolverine film was infinitely better than the first. So obviously that means Fox has to make 1,000 more of them. But do we really need another Wolverine movie?