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Hugh Jackman Says "There's A Good Chance" He Returns As Wolverine In THE WOLVERINE 2

comicbookmovie.com – Not too long ago, Fox announced the release dates for several future films, including the sequel to last year's The Wolverine. The sequel is slated to arrive March 3, 2017. We've received confirmation that director James Mangold will return and that David James Kelly has been chosen to write the film, but we still haven't received any definitive confirmation about the return of series star, Hugh Jackman. 6 years 46 weeks ago via jetli
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James Mangold's 'The Wolverine' sequel nabs screenwriter

hitfix.com – "Mind MGMT" screenwriter David James Kelly will pen the sequel to James Mangold's "The Wolverine," starring a returning Hugh Jackman. 6 years 48 weeks ago via brucelee

What's Popping: 'Ghostbusters 3,' 'Fantastic Four 2,' 'Star Wars,' 'Incredibles 2,' 'Wolverine 2'

10:31 AM 3/22/2014 by Binh Ngo
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Like it or not, we're getting a third Ghostbusters. The movie is sort of a reboot that will be centered on a new generation of Ghostbusters, with the remaining cast members appearing in cameos. Oh yeah, Ivan Reitman has decided not to direct.

Fox Schedules 'Wolverine' and 'Fantastic Four' Sequels

12:44 PM 3/21/2014 by Jeff Giles
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Director Josh Trank hasn't even started filming the new Fantastic Four yet, but Fox is getting itself a franchise no matter what -- in fact, the studio has already set aside July 14, 2017 for the FF sequel. It'll arrive shortly after the sequel to The Wolverine, which -- as previously reported -- will bow after 2016's X-Men:

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New 'Wolverine,' 'Fantastic Four 2' and 'Taken 3' get release dates

hitfix.com – 20th Century Fox jumped on the March bandwagon announcing a third solo "Wolverine" movie will be released during that month in 2017. Opening dates for "Fantastic Four 2," "Taken 3," another "Untitled X-Men/Marvel" film and - possibly - "Prometheus 2" also were revealed. 6 years 49 weeks ago via donnieyen

'The Wolverine' Sequel Could Shoot After 'X-Men: Apocalypse'

10:05 AM 3/17/2014 by Jeff Giles
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X-Men: Days of Future Past is the X-property getting all the attention right now, but as Fox shifts its focus more and more toward the "expanded universe" approach currently being perfected by Marvel, execs are already turning their eyes toward what lies ahead for the franchise -- and that includes a sequel to 2013's The Wolverine.
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"The Wolverine 2" To Hit 2017 Or 2018?

darkhorizons.com – Turns out Hugh Jackman may be slipping back into his Wolverine outfit sooner than expected. As we already know, filmmaker Bryan Singer is about to release "X-Men: Days of Future Past" this May and is already looking towards directing "X-Men: Apocalypse" sometime next year in time for a 2016 release.

6 years 49 weeks ago via jetli
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Mangold to Helm Next Wolverine After X-Men: Apocalypse

ign.com – The Wolverine director James Mangold has confirmed he will return to direct the sequel, which he will begin shooting after X-Men: Apocalypse opens in cinemas in 2016. We've known for a while that Mangold was in talks to write the treatment for the sequel, but this is the first we've heard of his involvement as a director. 6 years 49 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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James Mangold On THE WOLVERINE Sequel

comicbookmovie.com – Before touching on The Wolverine sequel with the Wall Street Journal's Speakeasy blog, director James Mangold spoke about the first, which was just released on blu-ray and DVD today. "With the movie I just finished, I think that I very much focused, when I went to Fox and presented, I told them I was interested in making a movie about someone who feels like anyone they love will die, not only that they are cursed but that anyone they become attached to becomes cursed," said Mangold. 7 years 12 weeks ago via brucelee
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'The Wolverine' Sequel Will Be Based on an Existing Comic Book Plotline

feedproxy.google.com – James Mangold and Hugh Jackman have been pretty vague so far about the “really cool ideas” they’re considering for the upcoming sequel to The Wolverine, especially because they haven’t settled on any one concept just yet. But one thing we now know for certain is that it’ll be based on an existing comic book storyline.

7 years 13 weeks ago via jetli
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