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"Real Steel" director Shawn Levy spoke exclusively with SPINOFF ONLINE about the upcoming sci-fi drama, revealing sequel details and diving into the film’s critique of contemporary boxing.
Heaping more praise on Christopher McQuarrie’s script, Hugh Jackman discusses why new director James Mangold brought in Mark Bomback to make changes to "The Wolverine." SPINOFF has the details.
After several weeks of speculation, star Hugh Jackman has confirmed that filming of "The Wolverine" won’t begin until next year, once he’s finished the big-screen adaptation of "Les Misérables."
SPINOFF ONLINE paid a visit to the Detroit set of "Real Steel," where production designer Tom Meyer discussed the challenges of breathing life into the sci-fi drama's mechanical powerhouses.
Director Shawn Levy and star Hugh Jackman detail the evolution of robot boxing in the near-future world of "Real Steel" and explain how their film differs from the Richard Matheson short story on which it's loosely based.
The robotic cast of "Real Steel" was on hand alongside star Hugh Jackman when SPINOFF visited the set of director Shawn Levy's rock 'em sock 'em sci-fi action film.
Today at Comic-Con International, Hugh Jackman confirmed that "The Wolverine" will pit Logan against the katana-wielding mutant Silver Samurai. SPINOFF has details.
After a three-month search, Fox has reportedly settled on "3:10 to Yuma" director James Mangold to replace Darren Aronofsky on "The Wolverine." SPINOFF has details.
Last week's unexpected departure of director Darren Aronofsky from Fox's "The Wolverine" left fans with a number of questions regarding the future of the film. SPINOFF sorts through what we do -- and don't -- know.
Citing too much international travel as his reason for leaving the production, acclaimed director Darren Aronofsky will not helm Fox's upcoming X-Men sequel "The Wolverine" though Hugh Jackman will push forward.
Director Darren Aronofsky is officially the director of the "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" sequel, simply titled, "The Wolverine." Expected to shoot early next year, the film will follow the character to Japan.
Director Darren Aronofsky has confirmed that his Wolverine movie won’t bear an unwieldy title. Instead, it will be simply called "The Wolverine" and will not be a conventional sequel. SPINOFF has details.
The rumor everyone's known for weeks has been confirmed by Hugh Jackman, the actor who plays the berserker mutant, and calls Darren Aronofsky's plan for "Wolverine 2" "out of the box."
Director Darren Aronofsky of "Pi" and "The Fountain" has reportedly begun talks to direct the sequel to "X-Men Origins: Wolverine". The film will reportedly be set in Japan and adapt the Claremont/Miller miniseries.
Nearly ten months after a leaked copy of the Hugh Jackman superhero movie was downloaded by over 4 million people, the FBI have taken a New York man into custody for distributing the rough cut
The Oscar-winning screenwriter of "The Usual Suspects," Christopher McQuarrie has signed on to write the sequel to "X-Men Origins Wolverine," which he will base on Chris Claremont & Frank Miller's work.
Following last weekend’s debut of “X-Men Origins: Wolverine,” news comes that its star, Hugh Jackman, is set to produce and appear in another comic book movie, Doug TenNapel's “Ghostopolis.”
Mutant fans flocked to theaters this weekend, awarding the Hugh Jackman starrer “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” an impressive $87 million dollar box office take according to early estimates.
“X-Men Origins: Wolverine” combines a great character with a fun movie not without its problems, but ultimately succeeds as reviewer Erik Amaya notes film goers will come away with “a desire…to see another X-Men picture.”
Courtesy of 20th Century Fox, CBR brings you a new selection of stills from "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," the new Hugh Jackman film based on the classic Marvel Comics anti-hero.
Hugh Jackman will host the 81st annual Academy Awards. Given "The Dark Knight's" pre-Oscar buzz, it's likely Wolverine will preside over a triumphant night for the Batman, echoing scenes from "Batman Vs. Wolverine" a.k.a. "The Prestige."
"Wolverine" writer Marc Guggenheim has teamed with none other than Wolverine himself to create “Nowhere Man," a new series from Virgin Comics, and speaks with CBR News about the Jackman-fueled project.