Logan is the long awaited/eagerly anticipated R-rated Wolverine movie and it lives up the hopes of Wolverine fans in spades.
It takes less than half the new trailer (in either green or red band) for us to learn that the little girl that old man Logan and the aged Professor X are protecting is a very familiar character at a very young age – and that they might just protecting others from her, as well.
Note the amusing – and thought-provoking – way Logan ties in to the X-Men cinematic universe. Very, very clever indeed!
Logan opens on March 2nd. Hold onto your hats and check out both red and green band trailers after the break.
I just stumbled across the first trailer for Logan (for some reason, 20th Century Fox is the only major studio that won’t put me on their critics’ list).
Set to the strains of Johnny Cash’s take on NIN’s Hurt, this is a future Logan – a mutant who has gotten old in a world where Mutants are gone. A man without a purpose until Professor Charles Xavier gives him one…
Logan will be in theaters on March3, 2017.
Beginning today, Eclipse will be grading trailers the same way we grade movies. The Logan trailer is a great place to start.
There are millions of times more animals on the planet than human beings. What might happen if they finally got tired of the way we mismanage the place – and the crap way we treat them?
James Patterson’s ZOO is coming to CBS Tuesday, June 30th (9/8C). Check out the new trailer after the jump.
The Wolverine is nothing like the previous films that featured the clawed mutant with the healing factor. That is to its benefit.
Logan has an issue with immortality. Or maybe not…
Check out the dramatic new trailer for James Mangold’s The Wolverine, following the jump.
Yes, summer is coming! And The Wolverine looks pretty impressive.
James Mangold, he of the superb 3:10 to Yuma, tires his hand at a spy-based action/romantic comedy in Knight and Day. He gets kinetic performances from stars Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz [as possibly psychotic spy Roy Miller and bridesmaid-to-be June Havens] but other than a few fun twists, produces a film that strikes me as having no real script.