There are reasons to be skeptical of 'The Wolverine' - Hugh Jackman's return to the Marvel character that made him famous. For one, director Darren Aronofsky dropped out before shooting (and was later replaced by James Mangold). For another, the last two major appearances of Wolverine have been really crappy movies. Hugh Jackman knows this and that's why he's preaching that 'The Wolverine' will be a very different adventure.
James Mangold's currently filming 'The Wolverine' has one thing going for it: there's no way it could ever be as bad as its predecessor, 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine.' Like, no way. The only direction this character can go is up. With that said, we're cautiously excited to see the further adventures of Hugh Jackman's adamantium clawed mutant warrior, especially since the movie will follow one of the character's most famous and acclaimed storylines.
And thanks to a few set photos, we know that, for at least one scene, Wolverine will look like a homeless person.
James Mangold’s ‘The Wolverine’ has arrived in Australia to begin production, and the director held a press conference with star Hugh Jackman and local media to announce the crew’s arrival. While at the event, reporters were invited to shoot photos of some of the set work. Needless to say, those images raced their way to the Internet for all of us to peruse.
That sequel to the abysmal 'Wolverine' film is still a thing that's happening, and it looks like they're serious because cast members are being announced for the film, set to take place in Japan.
They weren't always huge stars. Even today's A-listers were once yesterday's struggling actors. Now they have directors dying to work with them but back in the day, they sat in a waiting room with hundreds of other hopefuls, waiting for an audition and their big break
You've seen those new photos from 'Les Miserables,' right? Aside from Anne Hathaway having her own 'V for Vendetta' haircut moment while singing "I Dreamed a Dream" (you can watch the trailer for that), Hugh Jackman completely let himself go beard wise and became Christian Bale's long-lost twin.
Yesterday you got to see some photos of the 'Les Miserables' cast so you know how they look as your favorite characters, but what do Anne Hathaway, Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe sound like when they're singing your favorite 'Les Mis' songs? The 'Les Miserables' trailer is here and you can find out.
Tom Hooper caught a lot of grief as his ‘The King’s Speech’ rode the Oscar campaign trail two years ago, primarily because his excellent film was deemed “not as excellent” as David Fincher’s ‘The Social Network’ by vocal film columnists. But in the process of arguing for ‘Network’ (which is great), most overlooked the fact that ‘Speech’ is deftly directed and superbly acted. Hooper’s the real deal, and he’s the perfect fit for ‘Les Miserables,’ which we get a good look at today.