In other words it's goodbye to Wheels and Claws.
Mangold can often be found in communication with fans on his Twitter account, and that's where we saw confirmation of an alternate version of Logan that is being tinkered with. The character was last seen attempting to escape the complex he is held in.
In the movie, Logan/Wolverine is trying to hide away on the Mexican border while caring for Professor X, played by Stewart.
The almost indestructible mutant with quick-healing powers and razor sharp claws that could retract and protrude from his knuckles was introduced to movie audiences in 2000's "X-Men" and would make Jackman an worldwide star.
In the video, Jackman applauded the Men in Blue for their tremendous run-up to reach the top spot of ICC Test Rankings.
But won't we already know what happens to them? Logan must make his final stand against the evil Reavers, who want her for their own sinister purposes.
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"There's an epilogue scene in Days of Future Past which is 2024, or 2023, something like that", Mangold told ComicBook.com. I'll be really interested to see how I feel about it. "I would definitely love to do X-Men with him", Khan said in 2011. And so, Logan becomes a road movie, a dark family drama of sorts, a race against the past, and this instalment's resident bad guy, eventually revealed to be an unusually substantial Richard E Grant. The film co-stars Octavia Spencer and Tim McGraw.
Disney/ABC Home Entertainment and TV Distribution/David M. Russell (NEW YORK) - While promoting his latest film Logan on Live with Kelly, former Academy Awards host Hugh Jackman weighed in briefly on the flub last weekend that led to La La Land mistakenly being announced as Best Picture.
Hugh Jackman has been playing Wolverine since the original X-Men \/em movie in 2000, and he\u0027s appeared in nine films in the 17 years since then.
James Mangold, who previously helmed The Wolverine, directs this existential and compelling narrative, and Logan harks back to Mangold's earlier, gritter offerings (most notably Copland and 3:10 to Yuma). As a comic book film, "Logan" seems certain to please its core audience, especially with its R-rated violence and profanity allowing for pure, uncut Wolverine. As part of its extensive coverage, the outlet also quizzed Jackman about the creative inspiration behind Logan, who pointed to Clint Eastwood's genre-defining Unforgiven.
But what about the main X-Men films?