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According to a new report from Comicbookmovie.com, X-men and Wolverine movie star, Hugh Jackman (left), chatted with Josh Horowitz from MTV news on one of his podcasts, and delivered some brief, vague details about the upcoming "X-Men: Apocalypse" and The 3rd Wolverine solo movie. He's currently working really hard on Wolverine 3 and some really exciting things are happening with the Apocalypse project. Hugh told them when speaking about Apocalypse: "I have been speaking to the guys, and I’m not at liberty to tell exactly what’s going on, which is largely framing my answer here. But there’s still a lot unknown about that, actually, There are some very exciting things about integrating the whole X-Men world, including the Wolverine movie. There’s some really cool things going on.” After that, Hugh said of the Wolverine 3 flick: "I've been working on it really hard” with screenwriter David James Kelly. »
Photo: Walt Disney Pictures Entertainment Weekly has released several new images from upcoming 2015 releases including the likes of some artwork from Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens as seen directly above as well as pics from Ted 2, The Divergent Series: Insurgent, Furious 7, Jurassic World and many more. Full disclosure, just from looking at these pictures I wouldn't have been able to figure out what some of them are from, but lucky for you this isn't a "Guess the Movies" installment. Here's a look at several of the new pictures along with a little commentary of my own over the course of the next couple pages. I would have guessed this first picture below was for a Baby Mama sequel I didn't yet know existed -- in which case I'd have yelled, "Whoop whoop!" -- but alas, it's for a film called Sisters (previously known as The Nest »
- Jordan Benesh
Well it’s that time of year again – the one where websites across the globe churn out Top 10 list after top ten list. So why should we be any different?! Yet whilst we may be following the predictable end of year lists, I can guarantee that my list is anything but predictable, featuring films from across the globe: including the Us, Canada, Italy, Australia, New Zealand and even good old Blighty!
This year more than ever there has been film after film that knocked it out of the park for me – which is why my Top 10 list has Two sections: the Top 10 and then the pick of 35(!) more brilliant movies (I would have loved this list to be a Top 45, honestly). So what’s my criteria? Well it has to be a movie I’ve seen this year, one that was released this year, i.e. making its UK debut, »
- Phil Wheat
The way Jamie Foxx sees it; it doesn’t matter whether he’s starring in a blood-soaked thriller or a kid-friendly flick. A promising movie, whatever the genre, is appealing both to audiences and to Foxx himself.
No surprise then that he just repeated his role as a murder consultant in the raunchy comedy Horrible Bosses 2, plays a kind-spirited tycoon in this month’s family friendly reimagining of Annie, and is slated to star in an upcoming bio-pic about complicated boxing legend Mike Tyson.
“The world now opens it up for you to play in all these different areas, these different arenas,” he says over the phone from San Francisco. In other words, having success in one category of film isn’t the sort of barrier to variety that it used to be. “Look at Robert Downey Jr., Hugh Jackman, Christian Bale. These guys are all super-powered actors. They »
- Colin Covert
THR has released an official list of the most viewed trailers of 2014. And you may be surprised to see which movie came in first. While a lot of your are probably guessing Star Wars: The Force Awakens, it was actually Fifty Shades of Grey that took top honors. While Star Wars: The Force Awakens had the best start of the year, grabbing 58.2 million views in its first five days of release, it was Fifty Shades of Grey that won the race with its four month head start. The trailer has been viewed 93 million times on Youtube since its July 24 release. Don't feel too bad for Star Wars 7, though, as it came in second place with 81 million Youtube views since its debut over Thanksgiving weekend. In third place was Avengers: Age of Ultron with 78 million views. Here is the full top 20 list of most watched trailers followed by the trailers themselves. »
Before each "X-Men" and "Wolverine" movie, Hugh Jackman considers letting another actor play Wolverine. But each time, he returns to the role that gave him his start in Hollywood. And now that "X-Men: Apocalypse" is in the works, Jackman is once again not confirming his involvement. Yet, it seems that he's very interesting in returning. "I have been speaking with the guys and I am not at liberty to tell exactly what's going on," he said. "What I do know is there are some very exciting things about integrating the whole X-Men world, including the Wolverine movie. There's some really cool things going on." Regarding a sequel to "The Wolverine," Jackman said: "[Director James] Mangold and I are working on it really hard and I'm very very excited about that." "X-Men: Apocalypse" is set to hit theaters on May 27th, 2016. "The Wolverine" sequel will follow on March 3rd, 2017. »
2014 has been a landmark year for comic book movies. Not only did we get two of Marvel's best-ever films (Guardians of the Galaxy and Captain America: The Winter Soldier), but the major studios announced enough future superhero adaptations to take us all the way up to 2019.
It's been a pretty landmark year for comic books too. It feels as though more genuinely exciting new titles launched in 2014 than in the past ten years combined, with DC, Marvel and especially Image taking big risks and creating some seriously compelling comics in the process.
We've picked out our 14 favourite comics from this year in terms of big-screen potential:
The Comic: On paper, Spread doesn't sound like the most original book on the market. Like The Walking Dead, it's set in a post-apocalyptic world where survivors fight off gruesome monsters and each other. As with The Thing, those monsters are giant shape-shifting »
Holy glutes! Hugh Jackman took to Instagram yesterday to share a video of his butt-busting workout. In the short clip, the notoriously buff star wears workout tights, shorts and a gray shirt while doing weighted squats in the gym. The super hot Aussie actor goes up and down, giving the camera a perfect view of his rock hard booty (that ass just won't quite!). "Ass to the grass," the 45-year-old captioned the video referencing a common gym saying about fully completing your squat before standing back up. Hot damn! It's no secret that Jackman spends hours in the gym perfecting his uber-muscular body. Jackman trains six days per week at a gym in NYC with a group of pals he refers to a »
There's life in the old dog (or wolf thing) yet. Hugh Jackman has been talking about a possible return to Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse. "There's still a lot unknown about that, actually," he told Josh Horowitz on The Happy Sad Podcast. "I have been speaking to the guys and I'm not at liberty to say exactly what's going on, but there are some very exciting things about integrating the whole X-Men world, including the Wolverine movie. There are some really cool things going on." Take that for what it is, but there is a perfectly good chance Jackman will done the adamantium one more time. »
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Bryan Singer and his creative team are currently prepping for production on X-Men: Apocalypse. The movie is going to bring several of the First Class and Days of Future Past cast members back together for more action along with younger versions of other characters like Cyclops and Jean Grey. So what about the involvement of Hugh Jackman's Wolverine? There has been a lot of speculation that he could be in the film, but there's been no confirmation.
Jackman talked a little big about what's going on in an interview the Happy Say Confused Podcast, and he teased it a little.
“I have been speaking to the guys, and I’m not at liberty to tell exactly what’s going on. Which is largely framing my answer here….But there’s still a lot unknown about that, actually. There are some very exciting things about integrating the whole X-Men world, »
- Joey Paur
The success of this year’s X-Men: Days Of Future Past with critics and fans led to its follow-up getting the inevitable greenlight. With the shoot for the sequel, X-Men: Apocalypse, scheduled to commence early next year, the pieces are falling into place with regards to its story and cast. One star player in the franchise whose name hasn’t been thrown into that mix is Wolverine himself, Hugh Jackman. Commanding a large chunk of screen time in DoFP, we’ve been led to believe his mutton-chopped mutant would take a backseat for the next chapter, a belief that may not be true.
The bulk of our knowledge on Apocalypse thus far indicates the return of the First Class cast along with younger versions of the ‘main’ X-Men gang re-cast with age-appropriate actors. Nevertheless, it seems that Jackman has been chatting to the folks at Fox and he’s gearing »
- Gem Seddon
There will come a day when Hugh Jackman hangs up his Wolverine claws for the very last time. But that day isn’t coming for another couple of movies. Jackman confirmed in a recent interview that not only is he working “really hard” on a new Wolverine, he’s also been in discussions about X-Men: Apocalypse. Read […]
- Angie Han
Bryan Singer is once again directing, and he's seems to like using Wolverine as a central character. It's already been said that X-Men: Days of Future Past was the swan song for the original film's cast; however, that shouldn't have much of an effect on Logan, considering he doesn't age at a normal rate.
MTV had a chance to speak with Jackman, and the next X-Men and Wolverine films movie came up. Here's what he had to say:
"I have been speaking to the guys, and I’m not at liberty to tell exactly what’s going on, which is largely framing my answer here.”“But there’s still a lot unknown about that, actually. There are some very exciting things about integrating the whole X-Men world, »
- Philip Sticco
Director Bryan Singer is currently crafting the story for his highly-anticipated sequel X-Men: Apocalypse, with Oscar Isaac already set to play the title villain. All we know so far about the story is that it's set in the 1980s and that it will end the trilogy that started with X-Men: First Class and X-Men: Days of Future Past. During an appearance on the Happy Sad Confused Podcast, Hugh Jackman teased that his beloved mutant character Wolverine may be back for this 80s period piece, while hinting at plans for Wolverine 3, saying that everything will be integrated. Does that mean X-Men: Apocalypse will directly tie into Wolverine 3?
"I have been speaking to the guys, and I'm not at liberty to tell exactly what's going on, which is largely framing my answer here. But there's still a lot unknown about that, actually. There are some very exciting things about integrating the whole X-Men world, »
At this stage, virtually every major X-Men character has been recast, reimagined or reworked for the benefit of the franchise. We have younger versions of Professor X, Magneto and Mystique. We.re looking for new, younger versions of Cyclops, Jean Grey and Storm for X-Men: Apocalypse. Only Wolverine has remained visually consistent, and Hugh Jackman.s reporting that he.ll likely stay the course if all goes as planned. The actor who has played Wolverine for more than a decade now spoke to MTV about his possible role in Bryan Singer.s X-Men: Apocalypse. Seeing as how Wolverine was integral to last summer.s X-Men: Days of Future Past, and has a third Wolverine solo movie on the docket, you.d assume that Logan.s claws would pop in all of Singer.s X-plans. Right? Well, Jackman revealed what he could to the site, saying: "I have been speaking to »
Though Hugh Jackman indicated earlier this year that the sequel to The Wolverine might be his last outing as the adamantium clad mutant, a month later he pulled back citing X-Men: Days of Future Past as the force pulling him back to the franchise and the character that made him a star. There's been rumblings of him shooting X-Men: Apocalypse and the next solo chapter of Wolverine's story back-to-back, but as of now, Jackman told Josh Horowitz on The Happy Sad Confused Podcast (via Empire) that he's still in talks about his role in the future of X-Men, and nothing is set in stone. But there could be some bigger plans too. When asked about his future in the X-Men franchise, Jackman said: "There's still a lot unknown about that, actually. I have been speaking to the guys and I'm not at liberty to say exactly what's going on, [but] there »
- Ethan Anderton
Although director Bryan Singer previously said the original X-men trilogy stars won't appear in X-men: Apocalypse, Hugh Jackman recently told Josh Horowitz on the Happy Sad Podcast he is in talks for the upcoming film. I know, big surprise, right? There's still a lot unknown about that, actually. I have been speaking to the guys and I'm not at liberty to say exactly what's going on, [but] there are some very exciting things about integrating the whole X-Men »
- Jesse Giroux
With X-Men: Apocalypse once more focusing on the First Class X-Men rather than the original crew, there were questions in some quarters about whether Hugh Jackman's Wolverine would make an appearance. Those questions have not yet been definitively answered, but Jackman has just revealed that talks are certainly underway regarding his appearance or otherwise in the next instalment."There's still a lot unknown about that, actually," he told Josh Horowitz on The Happy Sad Podcast. "I have been speaking to the guys and I'm not at liberty to say exactly what's going on, [but] there are some very exciting things about integrating the whole X-Men world, including the Wolverine movie. There are some really cool things going on."The last time we saw Logan in X-Men: Days Of Future Past (spoilerphobes look away now) he had woken up in a future timeline where everything was okay again. But the other younger Wolverine, »
It's no secret that Hugh Jackman hasn't hung up his claws just yet, as he looks set to reprise the role of Wolverine on the big screen for the eighth time - and possibly the ninth. We already know that a follow-up to James Mangold's The Wolverine will be landing in cinemas in March 2017. But rumours abound that Jackman will be making another return in X-Men: Days Of Future Past follow-up X-Men: Apocalypse, which director Bryan Singer is putting together in time for a summer 2016 release.
So, Hugh Jackman, are you involved in X-Men: Apocalypse at all? "I have been speaking to the guys, but I'm not at liberty to tell exactly what's going on, which is largely framing my answer here", he told MTV. "But there's still a lot unknown about that, »
There is still no official word as to whether Hugh Jackman will reprise his role as Wolverine in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse movie, although the actor has told the Happy Sad Confused podcast that he is being kept in the loop about the film:
“I have been speaking to the guys, and I’m not at liberty to tell exactly what’s going on, which is largely framing my answer here. But there’s still a lot unknown about that, actually. There are some very exciting things about integrating the whole X-Men world, including the Wolverine movie. There’s some really cool things going on.”
Jackman then revealed that a third Wolverine movie is currently in development by himself and David James Kelly, who are “working on it really hard.” Jackman adds that he’s “very, very excited” about the prospect of the next solo movie.
X-Men: Apocalypse is set for release May 19th, »
- Thomas Roach
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