Gotta love a good Wolverine fight.
Latino-Review was invited to a special screening of “The Wolverine” Unleashed Extended Edition screening on the Fox Studios lot in Los Angeles earlier this month. The extended cut features longer and bloodier scenes from the movie. In addition, director James Mangold was present for a Q&A session with the audience.
There are a couple of notable extended battle scenes in the film. The first scene is with Logan and Mariko (Tao Okamoto) at the Love Hotel in Tokyo. This scene has a confrontation with a trio of Yakuza thugs outside the hotel while Logan was vulnerable. And there is a much longer ninja battle scene from the theatrical version. More ninjas die in cruel and unusual ways especially with the help of Yukio (Rila Fukushima).
There are many other minor extended scenes to establish back story and the motivation for the Wolverine. And yes, »
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