The Wolverine News
1:15 PM 5/13/2014 by Binh Ngo
Hugh Jackman has previously said that if there's another Wolverine sequel, he's "99.9 percent sure" that it would be his last. Seems like he may have spoken too soon.
rss.feedsportal.com – The incident took place while filming a nude scene for The Wolverine. 1 year 17 weeks ago via theothersenhman
5:41 PM 4/30/2014 by Jeff Giles
Given how frequently casting turnover tends to happen with superhero franchises -- and how physically demanding many of these roles really are -- Hugh Jackman's long tenure as Wolverine is one of the more astounding cinematic feats in recent memory; at this point, he's played the character longer than Christopher Reeve played Superman, and been given a starring or supporting role in no fewer than seven X-Men-affiliated movies, including two standalone Wolverine features.
Director James Mangold Talks Developing THE WOLVERINE for Fox, Depicting Japan in the Film, and the Status of THE WOLVERINE 2
collider.com – There weren’t really any expectations for The Wolverine. Following the less-said-the-better one-two punch of X-Men: The Last Stand and X-Men Origins Wolverine, the series and its franchise star James ‘Logan’ Howlett (aka Wolverine) seemed more than a little overripe. There just didn’t seem much left to mine from The Wolverine. 1 year 41 weeks ago via donnieyen
collider.com – With this summer’s The Wolverine, we finally got a standalone film for one of the most popular X-Men characters that actually did the titular mutant justice. Director James Mangold and Hugh Jackman crafted a Western throwback that honored the spirit of the character while bringing a more intimate approach to the superhero genre—for once our hero wasn’t working to save an entire city (or the world) from destruction. 1 year 41 weeks ago via theothersenhman
5:39 PM 10/28/2013 by Senh Duong
In my previous box office report for the Chinese market late last week, I noted that with the numbers available then for the “The Wolverine,” it should have already passed the $400M mark. Now that those figures are included in BoxOfficeMojo.com, it has an official worldwide gross of $405M.
Chinese Box Office: "The Last Stand" Opens with Weak $1M, "Special ID" at $17.4M, "The Wolverine" at $25.7M
12:25 PM 10/24/2013 by Senh Duong
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s first solo effort since leaving office in California was Korean director Jee-Woon Kim’s “The Last Stand.” It opened in the U.S. in January of this year with a weak $6.3M and finished its run with just $12M, about a fourth of its $45M budget. Worldwide, it has taken in $37M so far.
12:20 PM 10/21/2013 by Senh Duong
Apparently, Donnie Yen’s no match for “The Wolverine.” The latter debuted last week against the former’s “Special ID.” I’m kinda surprised that China didn’t clear the slate for Yen’s latest actioner to protect local productions, but instead gave it direct competition for action fans from Hugh Jackman’s latest.
comingsoon.net – It's long been a dream for fans that Marvel Studios films should at least attempt a cross over with Sony's Spider-Man and Fox's X-Men films. Even Hugh Jackman himself has spoken about wanting to appear on screen as Wolverine with Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man. The logistics of the studios letting this happen is a bit of a nightmare, but it did almost happen once apparently. 1 year 51 weeks ago via jetli