‘Deadpool 3’ Will Have X-Force

The sequel to Deadpool, the highest grossing Rated-R film is currently in flux after Tim Miller’s unfortunate exit due to creative differences on the project, however. That is not stopping Fox from moving full steam ahead with the development of the franchise.

The sequel to Deadpool, the highest grossing Rated-R film is currently in flux after Tim Miller’s unfortunate exit due to creative differences on the project, however. That is not stopping Fox from moving full steam ahead with the development of the franchise.

An X-Force film has been in development hell for quite some time now. But it seems Fox finally has a plan to realize the dreams of fans of the more aggressive X-Men team. According to The Hollywood Reporter, if all goes well, which it should, the X-Force team will be featured alongside the merc with a mouth in the inevitable Deadpool 3.

At this point, there’s no way of telling when all of this will come to fruition. Deadpool 2 is currently slated for a January 12, 2018 release date but it seems likely it’s going to be pushed back by a few months. The production was set to get underway in early 2018 but until a director is signed, things will remain up in the air.

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SOURCE: THR

New ‘Logan’ Photos Offers a Glimpse at Action

The third and final film for Wolverine, Logan, continues with its moody social media marketing campaign. The official Instagram account for the film gives us another black and white photo offering a glimpse of Wolverine after he has put an end to a foes life.

The third and final film for Wolverine, Logan, continues with its moody social media marketing campaign. The official Instagram account for the film gives us another black and white photo offering a glimpse of Wolverine after he has put an end to a foes life.

The black and white photos no doubt look fantastic but this they seem kind of pointless knowing that the film will, in fact, be in color. Maybe we’ll see a black and white version of the feature later released or on the Blu-ray.

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Produced by 20th Century Fox, the film stars Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, Sir Patrick Stewart as Charles Xavier, Dafne Keen as Laura Kinney, Stephen Merchant as Caliban, and Boyd Holbrook as Donald Pierce with a script penned by David James Kelly and Michael Green, directed by James Mangold.

Logan hits theaters March 3, 2017.

In 2024, mutant births are severely in decline, and people aren’t sure why. A government-type operation is turning mutant children into killing machines. From this, Logan emerges as a mentor to a mutant girl, who has two claws instead of his three.

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‘Logan’: Scar Tissue Coats New Image

James Mangold uploads yet another picture revealing Hugh Jackman as Logan staring wearily into what appears to be a bathroom mirror. As previously discussed by Mangold when Logan’s current timeline was broached in a recent interview, it’s now very obvious that Logan is losing his ability to heal immediately as he was once able to.

James Mangold uploads yet another picture revealing Hugh Jackman as Logan staring wearily into what appears to be a bathroom mirror. As previously discussed by Mangold when Logan‘s current timeline was broached in a recent interview, it’s now very obvious that Logan is losing his ability to heal immediately as he was once able to.

Seeing the character of Logan in the throes of action has been supported by the safety net of his healing factor; now, possibly letting it sink in that he has to be a little bit more cautious with his physical body than he has been used to, how will Logan restrain himself from using his mutant form as a deadly Weapon?

Logan hits theaters March 3, 2017 

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‘Doctor Strange’: Red Carpet World Premiere

In case you weren’t one of the lucky few who got to attend the world premiere of Marvel’s latest entry to the MCU, Doctor Strange in Hollywood last night, you can catch up on all the action here including interviews with the entire cast plus other stars from the MCU including Chadwick Boseman, Jessica Henwick and even the chairman of Marvel comics himself, Stan Lee!

In case you weren’t one of the lucky few who got to attend the world premiere of Marvel’s latest entry to the MCU, Doctor Strange in Hollywood last night, you can catch up on all the action here including interviews with the entire cast plus other stars from the MCU including Chadwick Boseman, Jessica Henwick and even the chairman of Marvel comics himself, Stan Lee!

Marvel proudly invites one and all to experience the World Premiere of Marvel’s “Doctor Strange,” LIVE from Hollywood! On October 20th, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. PT/9:00 p.m. ET as your favorite stars arrive at the legendary TCL Chinese Theatre!

Sponsored by “Marvel Contest of Champions”, this LIVE event, available to watch at marvel.com/doctorstrangepremiere, will get you up close and personal with the cast of “Doctor Strange” like no one else can!

While you’re watching you can also tweet using the hashtags #DoctorStrange, follow @DoctorStrange on Twitter and like Marvel’s Doctor Strange on Facebook at Facebook.com/DoctorStrangeOfficial.

‘Logan’: Official Trailer #1 Breakdown

The first ‘Logan’ trailer speaks to us of emotional desolation and the vacancy of peace that reflects in only the most difficult of times. Opening with the self-injecting anthem of stripped strength but incessant hope that is ‘Hurt’ as covered by Johnny Cash, Hugh Jackman’s Logan appears to be at the end of his very long downward spiral, a mutant who’s lost everything including his way. This moral dilemma is visible in the landscape, a stripped desert, littered with sideways buildings, where even tumbleweeds dare to tread.

The first ‘Logan’ trailer speaks to us of emotional desolation and the vacancy of peace that reflects in only the most difficult of times. Opening with the self-injecting anthem of stripped strength but incessant hope that is ‘Hurt’ by Nine Inch Nails as covered by  Johnny Cash, Hugh Jackman’s Logan appears to be at the end of his very long downward spiral, a mutant who’s lost everything including his way. This moral dilemma is visible in the landscape – a stripped desert, littered with derelicts, mercenaries, and sideways buildings, where even tumbleweeds dare to tread.

AR now brings you a breakdown of the trailer’s most memorable moments:

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“Logan… What did you do?,” the now fragile and breaking voice of our beloved Professor X (Patrick Stewart) asks as the trailer dawns, Logan standing with a twitching, anxious, yet unclenched hand like a gunslinger crawling for a fight.

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Possibly my favorite shot in the entire trailer comes about 10 seconds in; Logan is sitting idly outside what appears to be a toppled and bullet hole-ridden water tower. The gorgeous structure looks like a rust covered air balloon, braced in frozen metal. Logan states in a haunted tone, “Charles… the world is not the same as it was…”

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“Mutants… they’re gone now,” Logan finishes his lament in the overlapping dialogue as he’s seen drinking at a graveyard in the distance of a burial, no names on any of the tombstones visible. In a previous teaser photo released on social media, the question, “Where are all the mutants?” was seen scratched out in a tattered bathroom stall. Are mutants becoming scarce? Are they dying out? Memories of the Legacy Virus that ran throughout the pages of the 90’s X-Men comics come to mind, but given the upcoming moments of the trailer, death by strife is likely to be weaponized via means other than a manufactured plague.

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“I hurt myself today…” Open wounds on Logan’s hands? This image seems to suggest that the mutant once called Wolverine’s healing factor is in decline.

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The scars visible upon Logan’s back here might suggest that he’s still able to heal from outrageous wounds, but perhaps not as quickly as he once was.

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“I focus on the pain…”

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Johnny Cash seems to vocally mirror the sunken-in awe of despair soaking the face of Charles Xavier as he lays upon a hospital bed, white knuckling upon its bars inside what can only be the toppled water tower from earlier in the trailer. The wheelchair next to him, and the plants on the table in the background bring hopes that he’s still somewhat lucid, but one can’t be sure from this image. If the powers of others are fading, or mutants are disappearing, who’s next to be lost?

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Logan strides towards the opposite side of the structure he was seen sitting upon about 10 seconds in, holding what looks to be a bag of food? Maybe he’s paying good ol’ Chuck a friendly visit to see how he’s holding up. Or is that holing up? Are these two in hiding together?

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The next shot cleverly placed directly after Logan is seen walking towards the metallic structure features a girl at a table opposite shelves of neatly organized goods, pots, pans and the like. The bracing of the table has a great shot of a very familiar criss-cross pattern. This is unlikely to be the same location but is a great segue to introduce X-23 (Dafne Keen).

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“She’s like you,” Charles is heard saying as the young girl stands with her back to what’s likely to be a telescope. Stargazing in the desert? It can be a pass-time or even solace for the hopeful, the sullen, or the lonely.

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Feds, huh? Somehow, I doubt it. Shots like these harken back to the Australian Outback days of the X-Men comics where they were hiding out in a ghost town the Reavers sought to take over as their own base, for their own reasons. Who the hell are these guys really?

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Either someone forgot his/her sunscreen, Clint Eastwood has been a mutant all along, or this is likely to be Caliban (Stephen Merchant). If he’s packing a six-shooter, I will eat that hat with all the trimmings.

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The silhouette of a gallows in the background? Maybe. X-23 stands alone, on some sort of night watch.

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Memories that forever haunt. Logan considers his well-worn dog tags, etched with his name and bearing a long identification number.

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The leader of the Reavers himself, Donald Pierce (Boyd Holbrook) replaces his tinted aviators with a noticeably mechanical hand. The recruiter of the cyborg mercenaries known as The Reavers, this man has an agenda that has or will no doubt cost lives. The Reavers lacing the pages of the X-Men comic books wound up ultimately crucifying Wolverine (Uncanny X-Men 251) for getting in their way. What kind of interactions will they be having now?

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We now see how Charles may be tending to his plants. Logan stands in a single shaft of light amongst a faux night of stars – rusted metal openings in this barren desert shelter.

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But there may be hope yet. A well-worn saddened smile smacks of ill portent in the calmness of this gathering.

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Another throwback; A similar vehicle to the beat up old jeep Wolverine used to drive in the comics.

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X-23 watches over a newfound ally. It was Jubilee who wound up saving Wolverine in the comics, now it just may be the young girl before us.

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Either you die… or you win. These Reavers behind Pierce may not be any of the originals from the comics, but they look like they’re ready to bear arms.

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The Reavers obviously want X-23 for something less than holy.

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He will make you hurt.

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When you’ve made an enemy of this mutant… better come packing or pack it in.

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Shades on, X-23 is careful to hold Logan’s hand at the wrist as she solemnly bows her head.

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Funeral for a friend? I have my own ideas about who could be on the receiving end of what can only be a grave digging.

Stunningly and powerfully scorched earth from front to back, this first trailer for Logan finds a way to promise an emotional last ride.

Logan hits theaters March 3, 2017

‘Logan’: Official Trailer #1

After a few weeks of tantalizing glimpses into the final outing for Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, the first official trailer for Logan has arrived.

After a few weeks of tantalizing glimpses into the final outing for Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, the first official trailer for Logan has arrived.

UPDATE: Just an hour after the release of the official trailer, Fox also dropped an international red band trailer featuring some bloody action. (via Joblo)

Logan hits theaters March 3, 2017.

In 2024, mutant births are severely in decline, and people aren’t sure why. A government-type operation is turning mutant children into killing machines. From this, Logan emerges as a mentor to a mutant girl, who has two claws instead of his three.

‘Logan’: Hugh Jackman Tweets Tease; Trailer Tomorrow

Fanning the already amped up buzz around the film ‘Logan,’ Hugh Jackman shared an all-too-short teaser trailer, announcing that it would be arriving tomorrow. The trail of stunning yet secretive black and white photos that have lead us here, to this only six-second snippet of what’s to come is still satisfying enough to set your collective alarms for the morning.

Fanning the already amped up buzz around LoganHugh Jackman shared an all-too-short teaser trailer, announcing that it would be arriving tomorrow. The trail of stunning yet secretive black and white photos that have lead us here, to this only six-second snippet of what’s to come is still satisfying enough to set your collective alarms for the morning.

Nature made me a freak, man made me a weapon, and god made it last too long.

Logan hits theaters March 3, 2017.

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