This is a TOTAL shocker!! We're throwing our adamantium claws in the air!
Talks between Jessica Biel and 20th Century Fox are at a dead end — and now the studio is looking at other women to play Viper in The Wolverine.
You had Jessica Biel and now you're LOOKING AT OTHER WOMEN?
Worst. Decision. Ever.
Who cares how much money she's demanding — pay the girl!!
She's a total babe!
Either way, we're watching Hugh Jackman go all shnniikkttt shnniikkttt on the Yakuza with his berserker attack!!
But we'd be in 7th Heaven (LOLz) if Weapon X had our favorite hottie by his side!!
[Image via FayesVision/Jaworksi/WENN.]
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Exciting times for X-Men fans!!!!
Last week, X-Men: First Class director Matthew Vaughn was officially locked in to direct the sequel to the X-Men prequel movie.
Now, we're excited to announce that the OTHER X-Men series is moving forward as well!
We've just learned that
Darren Aronofsky's James Mangold's The Wolverine has been given a release date of July 26, 2013!
Bummer that we'll have to wait so long, but it should definitely be worth it!
Here's how the upcoming Wolverine movie is being described:
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Jack is SO back!
Last we heard about the upcoming 24 movie, producer Brian Grazer had confirmed that it would be released in 2012!
Now, we're hearing that The Wolverine writer Mark Bomback's screenplay will be complete by the end of the year, and the GOAL is for the film to start shooting this spring, once Kiefer Sutherland becomes available.
Awesome! We can't wait to see what kind of IN-TENSE situations Jack Bauer gets into on the big screen!
What do U think? Are U ready to start camping out in front of a movie theater for this…like right now???? Ha!
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Oh man! SO cool!
As we've reported, Hugh Jackman made a surprise appearance yesterday at Comic-Con to promote his new movie, Real Steel, and during which, he revealed some pretty SPOILERIFIC, yet awesome details about the much-anticipated sequel to X-Men Origins: Wolverine - and who to expect to see the iconic character battle as his main villain in the flick!
Check it out…AFTER THE JUMP!
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Excellent! They've got big ass shoes to fill!
Darren Aronofsky pretty much crushed our dreams of a good movie when he dropped off the proposed sequel to X-Men: Wolverine, The Wolverine, but apparently, David Slade and Duncan Jones have been tapped by execs for a chance to pick up the pieces of this mess.
While Slade is best known for more of a horror fare, like his work on 30 Days of Night, Jones was behind the really cool sci-fi flick, Moon.
Wow. Two really, specifically stylized aesthetics - but in complete opposition of each other! We think both could bring a lot to the table for the project!
It will be inneresting to see who gets the job! But hey!
We're excited again!
What do U think? Which one should direct The Wolverine??
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Check out the images (below) of Total Film's AWESOME X-Men: First Class retro covers!
We're totally pumped for this! Hopefully the Darren Aronofsky-less The Wolverine will be able to live up!
Do U have First Class fever? How do U feel about these retro covers?
[Image via Total Film.]
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We hope Darren's next project is amazing! He's breaking a lot of hearts after bailing out of The Wolverine and RoboCop!
Despite losing Aronofsky as director, Hugh Jackman has made it clear that he has NO intention of bailing on The Wolverine:
“So now we’re out looking for a director. We were pretty much ready to go. The script is fantastic — the best we’ve ever had, which is why it attracted Darren in the first place. His personal situation precludes him from doing it now, and I feel for him. But now we need to find a director.”
“We’re not going to settle. We’re going to find a director as good as Darren, if not better. Well, as good. Everyone is still pushing forward to getting it done.”
Good for you, Hugh! We appreciate your devotion to the project. We're sure it will reflect in your on-screen performance!
Come on, talented directors! Step up to the plate!
Who do U think they should bring on to direct The Wolverine?
[Image via WENN.]
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