NO, NO, NO
I liked the last one. I'd see a third. I'm of course not a die-hard fan of the comics in any sense, so I can't really complain about things being accurate or etc.
What happened to Wolverine 2?
Was there any redeeming quality of Origins whatsoever? I mean I was about to say Sabretooth's performance was alright but only if you forget X1 Sabretooth exists.
Yeah Origins Sabertooth was a better one but everything else sucked so not really.
oh boy, lets watch them find a way to ruin old man logan
Release date set.
David James Kelly set as the writerhttp://www.deadline.com/2014/03/fox-...ext-wolverine/Fox has hired David James Kelly to script the next installment of The Wolverine, the X-Men franchise spinoff that James Mangold will direct with Hugh Jackman reprising his signature role. The studio is eyeing a March 3, 2017, release. Kelly also is next set to adapt the Dark Horse graphic novel Mind Mgmt for Scott Free Productions and the original pitch Sentinel for Appian Way and Fox. Kelly is repped by WME, LBI and Hansen, Jacobson.
Patrick Stewart is in talks to join the cast
Hugh confirms tie-in to XM3:Apoc, Apoc storyline will change his character
Old Man Logan confirmed. Fuck. Yes.
Jackman addressed the crowd before any of the crowd took the stage according to Indiewire, allowing him the slight moment to soak in the attention and introduce Logan’s final act (or acts):
He confirmed to the audience that the Untitled “Wolverine 3” would be his last offing as the character Logan (as he’s said umpteenth times), but director Bryan Singer let it slip that Jackman would likely have a cameo in ‘Apocalypse’ (as you pretty much expected. As for that third Wolverine. “Three words,” Jackman said, “Old Man Logan,” essentially teasing and confirming rumors that said “Wolverine 3” will feature a storyline that features an older Logan (while a mutant who has super healing powers, Logan does age, just very slowly).
I do still refuse to call this film Wolverine 3and would rather call it The Wolverine 2 or, now, just Old Man Logan. If you haven’t read Mark Millar and Steve McNiven’s original Old Man Logan story arc or the current Secret Wars iteration, the story follows Wolverine in a post-apocalyptic America where the villains have won and defeated the heroes in a massive fight across the country. All of the states are carved up among villains, there’s an inbred Hulk clan (because She-Hulk was the only gal who could survive a Hulk birth), A dinosaur with an alien symbiote, and a Wolverine that refused to pop his claws for tragic reasons. Even if you hate Millar’s stuff, it’s a fun Marvel story.