We know that recently Hugh Jackman has talked about inevitably having to walk away from playing Wolverine. Every ride has to end, but it’s going to be strange seeing someone else playing that character. (Then again, we probably thought that same thing about the Adam West era of Batman.)
As we’ve reported before on TGD, there have been a number of geek auctions in the last several years, and for the geek who has big bucks, some incredible stuff has been sold. Several items that come to mind are the original 65mm camera that shot Star Wars, which went for a good six figures, and one of the original Batmobiles, which went for millions.
Okay, so now we know there’s a new Christian Grey, model Jamie Dornan, and the movie adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey is set to start shooting on December 2 for an August 1 2014 release. But right before the movie begins principal photography, the script needs some last minute tweaking, and they’re calling on a genre writer to help.
As Robert Downey Jr’s renegotiations for the next two Avengers films have proved, it’s very important to have your stars signed up for future superhero movies well in advance. In fact, when an actor is picked to play a superhero these days, he or she usually has to sign on for at least three movies, which is a good thing in this day and age, because you’ll know you’ll be employed for years.
The next installment in the wildly popular X-Men franchise is a film called The Wolverine.
We recently confirmed that Bryan Singer, who directed the first two X-Men films, will be back for the next movie in the franchise, X-Men Days of Future Past.
Hugh Jackman (Wolverine) and Svetlana Khodchenkova (Viper) were recently caught by photographers in Sydney, preparing to film a scene on the streets.
20th Century Fox has brought on comics writer Mark Millar as a creative consultant to its Marvel properties.
Marvel and MadHouse have released a new teaser for the upcoming anime adaptation of perhaps the most famous X-Man.
While there are many memorable characters in X-Men, Wolverine was clearly a star making role for Hugh Jackman, who really brought the character to life.
While out promoting Real Steel this weekend, Hugh Jackman described how the plot of The Wolverine will differ from previous X-Men films.
To myself and many others, Christopher Reeve will always be Superman.
When the first X-Men movie was making a mad-dash rush to the finish line, everything was so top secret, trying to get any advance word on anything was impossible.
An upcoming arc in the X-Men comicbook sees Wolverine pitted against Cyclops in a "shades of grey" dispute.
48-year-old Gilberto Sanchez has pleaded guilty to felony copyright infringement for uploading an unfinished copy of X-Men Origins: Wolverine in April 2009.