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New 'The Wolverine' Pics: Hugh Jackman Is Looking Sharp

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by Nick Romano January 28, 2013 @ 3:26 PM
20th Century Fox via Empire Magazine
Even when Hugh Jackman is donning his adamantium claws in 'The Wolverine,' he still knows how to bring on the swag factor.
Amidst its latest unveiling of a slew of movie images from the upcoming 2013 superhero slate, including the first official look at 'Thor: The Dark World,' Empire Magazine offered a new look at 'The Wolverine' star wearing his Sunday's finest, proving Jackman is equipped to look fierce and strike ferociously any time or place.

'Movie 43' Red-Band Trailer Just Might Traumatize You

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by Eric Walkuski January 21, 2013 @ 12:28 PM
Relativity Media
It might not be accurate to call the red-band trailer for 'Movie 43' "short and sweet", because while it is short, there's nothing sweet about it. It's only offers up about one minute of footage from the upcoming raunchy anthology, but it's enough to make you blush, gag or both.
Watch it after the break, knowing full well that it's NSFW.

'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Bringing On Everyone Who's Worn a Superhero Uniform?

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by Jacob Hall January 19, 2013 @ 9:50 AM
20th Century Fox
Hugh Jackman likes to talk. He likes to talk a lot. You can't blame the guy for getting excited about his projects (he does get to play a superhero on a regular basis, after all), but he's getting close to Michael Caine levels of hype-infused bean-spilling. The Jackman "Talking Things Up Tour" continued this week, with the star answering a few questions about the upcoming 'X-Men: Days of Future Past.'

New 'The Wolverine' Pic: Hugh Jackman Is on the Samurai Path

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by Nick Romano January 11, 2013 @ 8:30 AM
20th Century Fox
'The Wolverine' is poised to set Hugh Jackman back on the path as the loner X-Men Logan before the actor reprises the same role in the now Bryan Singer-directed 'X-Men: Days of Future Past.' But this is not gonna be like 'Origins,' folks. Yes, the film takes place in Japan, but aside from that, James Mangold has revealed this next chapter in the Wolverine saga will have our hero undergo more personal struggles as he traverses through this new world of the samurai.
To help you imagine this new Wolverine, a pic has been released from the film, starring our buddy once again shirtless and ready to tear his enemies to shreds.

'X-Men: Days of Future Past': Hugh Jackman Is Officially On Board

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by Nick Romano December 19, 2012 @ 8:04 AM
20th Century Fox
'X-Men: Days of Future Past' is gonna be one hell of a superhero movie! The first installment of the 'First Class' series -- which starred Jennifer Lawrence (Mystique), James McAvoy (Professor Xaviar), Michael Fassbender (Magneto) and Nicholas Hoult (Beast) -- did gangbusters for fans of the comic books, but with the father of the franchise Bryan Singer on board to direct, he's combining these guys with the cast of 'X-Men' movies past to form one giant X-Men blowout. And just in case you were wondering, that also now officially includes Hugh Jackman!

'The Wolverine' Motion Poster: It's Raining on Hugh Jackman in Tokyo

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by Damon Houx December 12, 2012 @ 11:12 PM
20th Century Fox
Though we're still a ways out from the release of James Mangold's 'The Wolverine,' this week has been populated with next summer's biggest films announcing themselves through trailers. Though the Hugh Jackman 'X-Men' spin-off film doesn't seem to be unleashing a trailer this week, they have put out a motion poster.

Watch Six Minutes of 'Les Miserables' Right Now

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by Jacob Hall December 1, 2012 @ 10:18 AM
Universal
Tom Hooper's 'Les Miserables' is not only the long awaited adaptation of one of one of the most beloved musicals of all time, it's a serious Oscar contender that looks to replicate the critical and financial success of his previous film, 'The King's Speech.' It's also a chance for the likes of Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe and Anne Hathaway to really strut their stuff and bring a bit of Broadway to the big screen. Five clips have been released from the film, totaling about six minutes, and they can be watched below. Don't worry -- the film is 160 minutes long, so if you choose to watch these, you're only getting a tiny taste.