When the final credits roll on Logan, will audiences have officially seen the last of Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine? Or will we get one more tiny glimpse of the character after all? That’s the question on fans’ minds right now after Mike Sampson, the senior marketing and promotions manager of the Alamo Drafthouse theater chain, revealed that 20th Century Fox has added three minutes to the final runtime of the movie: … [Read more...] about Logan might have added a secret post-credit scene at the last minute
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After throwing himself into the role one last time in Logan, Hugh Jackman is almost certainly done playing Wolverine. In a recent interview with the New York Times, the actor acknowledged that “the character will go on” beyond him, saying, “Someone else will play it, for sure.” Jackman is aware that the franchise filmmaking machine will always be bigger than any single actor, and he claimed he’s fine with someone else taking on the role — “unless Daniel Day-Lewis plays him and wins the Oscar — then I might have a little problem.” … [Read more...] about Who should play the new Wolverine as Hugh Jackman says goodbye to the character?
Logan, the last hurrah for Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine, avoids many of the superhero genre’s current cliches by embracing an entirely different aesthetic and emulating something that no superhero film has attempted on this scale before: a Western. In a new interview with SFX Magazine, writer/director James Mangold explains how his movie shies away from what we’re expecting and has more in common with films of the 1950s and ‘60s than it does with things like The Avengers. … [Read more...] about Logan is a Western because of audiences’ exhaustion with “formulaic” superhero movies, says director
Cartoon Brew interviewed the team at Vancouver’s Image Engine and discovered how they pulled off such a seamless effect. On the set, stunt doubles would wear dots on their faces for motion tracking purposes, and Jackman and Keen were recorded and scanned while making 64 different faces under different lighting conditions so their faces could be grafted on to the other bodies in post-production. … [Read more...] about Logan was FULL of CGI doubles and you never even noticed
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