"It would be in the Blues Brothers world," says Jackman of his X-Men musical idea. "Think chicken wire and people throwing beer bottles and him slicing them in half."
"Hobbit" star Richard Armitage will play mutant hero in 10-episode mystery-thriller series coming next spring.
The actress says, "We decided that Storm and Logan had a thing, and then Jean came and messed that up."
Hugh Jackman was in Toyko to promote his film "Logan," and while at a red light he happened to find himself in the middle of a real-life "Mario Kart" race.
Spoof movie series on YouTube takes crack at 'Logan,' finds it not so easy to skewer, calls in Deadpool himself, Ryan Reynolds — who can't add much snark
Liev Schreiber ready if asked for on-screen reunion with Wolverine, talks new film 'Chuck,' about life of boxer Chuck Wepner, a.k.a., 'the Bayonne Bleeder'
Wolverine continues to flex his considerable muscles at the box office, with Hugh Jackman’s X-Men swan song Logan already closing in on $300 million in global ticket sales in less than a week. As Marvel fans undoubtedly know, the film is very loosely based on Old Man Logan, an eight-issue 2008 miniseries by writer Mark Millar and artist Steven McNiven. The film distills the Old Man Logan story to its essence: Logan, long retired from crimefighting in a dystopian future bereft of fellow superheroes, embarks on a hazardous road trip with an old friend — a journey of self-discovery in which tragedy spurs a renewed sense of purpose.
This new series will be a Fox family drama that focuses on two human parents who have to go into hiding when their children develop mutant powers.
At Producers Guild Awards, actor's speech honoring Fox exec recalls how he needed a confidence boost when the franchise was first getting off the ground
Marvel fans are still geeking out over the first trailer for Logan, James Mangold’s radical new take on adamantium-clawed X-Man Wolverine, who’ll be played once again — presumably for the last time — by Hugh Jackman. The promo’s downbeat vision of a future in which mutants are mostly extinct and Jackman’s hero roams the desert like some sort of diminished Western loner became an instant online hit. And now, one YouTuber has seen fit to coat the character’s prior outings in a similar atmosphere of fatalistic bleakness.
Actor's presumed final turn as X-Men character will be called 'Logan'; new image will likely fuel speculation that story is based on "Old Man Logan" comic series
The University of Leicester released a seven-year, scientifically researched study about a handful of superheroes and made some interesting and, well, blatantly obvious observations when it comes to our caped crusaders.
British actor-producer known for his work with Ricky Gervais and the HBO series 'Hello Ladies' signs on for Hugh Jackman's next and last turn as Logan
In a well done April Fools’ reveal, the personal journals and records of James “Logan” Howlett — or, as he’s better known, the X-Men’s Wolverine — were unveiled by Canada on Friday. The joke came via an official release from Library and Archives Canada, which underplayed the gag all the way to the end, where it noted that his operative name changed at one point to “Wolverine,” with an artificially-aged still of Hugh Jackman as the movie version of the character used as illustration. The release states that his journals “provide valuable insight into his early life in Canada, including work as a miner in a British Columbia stone quarry, a fur trader for the Hudson’s Bay Company, and a homesteader in the Canadian Rockies.” More: Hugh Jackman’s Final ‘Wolverine’ Movie Targets R Rating Similarly, his military career is noted for “spann[ing] multiple conflicts, making his personnel records an unprecedented study in Canadian military history.” T The Facebook version of the release tags the Canadian Armed Forces, 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion and Canadian Security Intelligence Service, but sadly no mention of Department H, the comic book division that was in control of the character when he debuted in 1974’s The Incredible Hulk No. 181.
Disney recently pushed back Star Wars: Episode VIII from May to December 2017. Not wanting to give up Memorial Day weekend, the company also moved the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean installment, Dead Men Tell No Tales, from July 7 to May 26, where Star Wars had originally been. Sony’s Jumanji reboot moved from Dec. 15 to July 28 in order to avoid Star Wars, which would now eat into the family/nostalgia demographic play.
Deadpool wants the land down under to know he’s thinking of them. He wished the nation of Australia a “Happy Australia Day! ‘Cause that’s a real thing!” in a new video clip, though his message wasn’t without caveats.