So X-Men Origins: Wolverine star Hugh Jackman jumped into the middle of a fake WWE fight earlier this week by fake punching a wrestler called Dolph Ziggler, an act of sudden violence that prompted the announcer to shouted "X-Men-esque!" I don't claim to understand kayfabe the way Chris Sims does (or really at all), but it seems that Zig
Darren Aronofsky has bailed on The Wolverine. The director regrets that he won't finish the X-Man film he's been working on with star Hugh Jackman and writer Christopher McQuarrie, but production circumstances are such that Aronofsky would be away from the United States longer than he would like. In a joint statement to The Hollywood Rep
Movies: A lot of folks like the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise just the way it is, but more than a few Hugh Jackman fans might have dug the alternate timeline where the Wolverine actor took the role of Jack Sparrow.
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20th Century Fox poster designers can rest easy knowing that Darren Aronofsky, director of the new Wolverine film, has forgone the presumptive title, X-Men Origins: Wolverine 2. for the far more succinct and visually serene name of The Wolverine.
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One of the secret endings to the "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" movie featured Wolverine drinking at a bar in Japan, and now that the sequel is underway, actor Hugh Jackman has revealed that the next movie will indeed be heading overseas to follow Logan's adve
'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' star Hugh Jackman continued his tour of all possible media by showing up on ESPN this morning, where we find out that he can bench-press 320, and they have him talk to Wolverine mega-fan Brian Dawkins of the Denver Broncos, whose locker is insane with all things Wolverine. ESPN also has an article discussing Jackman's ties to the sports world, although you need to subscribe to see the full article.