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Cast: Hugh Jackman as Logan/Wolverine, Patrick Stewart as Charles Xavier / Professor X, Richard E. Grant as Dr. Zander Rice, Boyd Holbrook, Stephen Merchant, and Dafne Keen
Directed by James Mangold
Writing Credits
Michael Green … (screenplay) and
Scott Frank … (screenplay) &
James Mangold … (screenplay)
David James Kelly … (story by) and
James Mangold … (story by)
Roy Thomas … (character) &
Len Wein … (character) &
John Romita Sr. … (character) and
Herb Trimpe … (character)
Craig Kyle … (character created by Laura Kinney/X-23) and
Christopher Yost … (character created by Laura Kinney/X-23)
GENRES: Action / Adventure

Logan (2017)

Hugh Jackman

Review Logan 2017

The movie expected to be released on 3 March 2017 (USA). director of the movie James Mangold is an American film and television director, screenwriter and producer. Films he has directed include Girl, Interrupted (1999), Walk the Line (2005), which he also co-wrote, the 2007 remake 3:10 to Yuma (2007), The Wolverine (2013), and Logan (2017). Mangold also wrote and directed Cop Land (1997), starring Sylvester Stallone,

In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hide out on the Mexican border. But Logan’s attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are upended when a young mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces.

Check out the trailer:

UPDATED: Logan: Impressions Of The Wolverine Flick’s First 40 Minutes Are In

If that amazingly dreary, independent movie-flavored first trailer wasn’t enough, yesterday saw the release of yet another strong trailer for Logan, the latest in the series of Wolverine-focused X-Men spinoffs. Logan also looks to be Hugh Jackman’s last outing as the popular X-Men character, and as such, he’d really need to go out on a high note. So this couldn’t just be a standard superhero movie. After several films with Wolverine at the center, we needed something a lot more.

In a world where superhero movies permeate the film industry on every level, that first trailer really set the film apart. Rather than have crazy, world-ending stakes, this film dared to be personal. Now that that element seemed to be driven home by the more action-oriented second trailer, only one question remains: can the film live up to the hype set by the trailers?