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Magneto played by Ian Mckellan (future) and Michael Fassbender (past)

Magneto played by Ian Mckellan (future) and Michael Fassbender (past)

Professor Charles Xavier played by Patrick Stewart (future) and James McAvoy (past)

Professor Charles Xavier played by Patrick Stewart (future) and James McAvoy (past)

The Wolverine (2013)

The Wolverine (2013)

XMEN COMPARISONS.

XMEN COMPARISONS.


He might be a tough dude with adamantium claws but you have to feel a little sorry for the mutant known as Wolverine because he’s had his fair share of bad luck lately, and I’m not talking about Logan missing out on being a major player in X-Men: First Class.
The sequel for X-Men Origins: Wolverine, which sports the very creative title of The Wolverine, first lost a director whenDarren Aronofsky jumped ship and then the film lost its location when Japan was struck by tragedy. There’s still no word on if Japan might still be used as a shooting location, but James Mangold (3:10 to Yuma) is now the guy in the director’s chair, and the Wolverine himself brings a little good news for those who still have faith in the movie making it to the big screen.
According to Collider, Hugh Jackman gave the reveal while talking with Toronto radio station CHFI, saying, ““We shoot in October, so it will probably come out a year after that. That’s usually around the timeline.”
Jackman seems pretty confident about the start date, and I don’t plan on being the one to second-guess him, so maybeThe Wolverine actually will manage to claw its way into theaters towards the end of 2012 or the beginning of 2013.

He might be a tough dude with adamantium claws but you have to feel a little sorry for the mutant known as Wolverine because he’s had his fair share of bad luck lately, and I’m not talking about Logan missing out on being a major player in X-Men: First Class.

The sequel for X-Men Origins: Wolverine, which sports the very creative title of The Wolverine, first lost a director whenDarren Aronofsky jumped ship and then the film lost its location when Japan was struck by tragedy. There’s still no word on if Japan might still be used as a shooting location, but James Mangold (3:10 to Yuma) is now the guy in the director’s chair, and the Wolverine himself brings a little good news for those who still have faith in the movie making it to the big screen.

According to Collider, Hugh Jackman gave the reveal while talking with Toronto radio station CHFI, saying, ““We shoot in October, so it will probably come out a year after that. That’s usually around the timeline.”

Jackman seems pretty confident about the start date, and I don’t plan on being the one to second-guess him, so maybeThe Wolverine actually will manage to claw its way into theaters towards the end of 2012 or the beginning of 2013.

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