The 8th Installment of the Wolverine Movie series premieres worldwide this Friday at Imax Lekki.
The films "Hugh Jackman" played as Wolverine are "X-Men", "X2", "X-Men The Last Stand", "X-Men Origins: Wolverine", "X-Men: First Class", "The Wolverine", "X-Men: Days of Future Past", "X-Men Apocalypse" and finally, "Logan". "Logan" director James Mangold said he wanted to make a film that moved the audience He did not want other mutants and other worldly technology to crowd the story and take time away from the emotional story he wanted to tell. On the run from a militaristic government organization seeking her capture, Logan must find a way to transport Laura to a safe haven in the northern part of the U.S.
While everyone is eager to know whether Fox will recast the iconic Logan now that Jackman has retired, one comic book writer has expressed his own personal fan casting for the character.
"Logan" is Jackman as Wolverine at his best in a movie that will leave you wanting more. If this is indeed Jackman's last Wolverine film, he's going out in heartfelt, high-class style.
Featuring Hugh Jackman's final turn as Wolverine, "Logan" isn't a shiny, colorful, superhero-style film, either.
Marvel and X-Men fans will surely remember the great performance of "Hugh Jackman" as the Wolverine.
In "Logan", an older Wolverine doesn't heal like he used to, which allows Jackman to show a type of pain we're not accustomed to seeing.
"Kohli is unbelievable. You know what I love about him is that he thinks out of the box, he seems to absolutely love what he is doing". It's viscerally violent - lots of claws-through-the-face shots - and emotionally profound as it explores the relationship between Logan and Professor X (Patrick Stewart). Would you like to see a stripped-down version of Logan down the line? The character was last seen attempting to escape the complex he is held in.