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The Wolverine will film in Japan
The Wolverine continues to inch its way ever closer to our screens, with Fox announcing that filming will take place in Japan, where much of the story is set…

The Wolverine will film in Japan

The Wolverine continues to inch its way ever closer to our screens, with Fox announcing that filming will take place in Japan, where much of the story is set…

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Japanese Avengers trailer is stuffed with new footage
The Avengers has released a new Japanese trailer containing enough new footage to make even the most jaded fanboy do a little dance of exhilaration…

Japanese Avengers trailer is stuffed with new footage

The Avengers has released a new Japanese trailer containing enough new footage to make even the most jaded fanboy do a little dance of exhilaration…

New release date for The Wolverine
Given the off-again on-again nature of X-Men Origins sequel The Wolverine, we’d almost given up on seeing Hugh Jackman don the claws again for another big screen outing…

New release date for The Wolverine

Given the off-again on-again nature of X-Men Origins sequel The Wolverine, we’d almost given up on seeing Hugh Jackman don the claws again for another big screen outing…

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Director James Mangold discusses The Wolverine
Ah The Wolverine… if ever there were a film to file under the heading “Development Hell”, the long-awaited sequel to X-Men Origins would surely be it.
However, things do appear to be moving again, with Walk The Line director James Mangold having discussed his vision for the project. And whilst we’re loathe to get too excited about this just yet, we have to admit, his ideas sound great.“The fact that half of the characters in this movie speak Japanese,” explained Mangold to The Playlist, “[means] this is like a foreign-language superhero movie that’s as much a drama and a detective story and a film noir with high-octane action, as it is anything like a conventional tentpole film.”
[FOR MORE FROM JAMES MANGOLD, CLICK THE IMAGE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Director James Mangold discusses The Wolverine

Ah The Wolverine… if ever there were a film to file under the heading “Development Hell”, the long-awaited sequel to X-Men Origins would surely be it.

However, things do appear to be moving again, with Walk The Line director James Mangold having discussed his vision for the project. And whilst we’re loathe to get too excited about this just yet, we have to admit, his ideas sound great.

“The fact that half of the characters in this movie speak Japanese,” explained Mangold to The Playlist, “[means] this is like a foreign-language superhero movie that’s as much a drama and a detective story and a film noir with high-octane action, as it is anything like a conventional tentpole film.”

[FOR MORE FROM JAMES MANGOLD, CLICK THE IMAGE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]