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Hugh Jackman: 'Wolverine' Trailer & Poster

Hugh Jackman: 'Wolverine' Trailer & Poster

Check out a shirtless Hugh Jackman in these brand new posters, as well as first full length trailer, for his upcoming film The Wolverine!

The 44-year-old actor reprises his role as Wolverine in the film where he faces his ultimate nemesis – and tests of his physical, emotional, and mortal limits – in a life-changing voyage to modern-day Japan.

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“so excited to finally be able to show you all a first look at #TheWolverine” Hugh tweeted earlier in the day with a link to the trailer.

The Wolverine hits theaters on July 26 of this year – be sure to check it out! We can’t wait to see it!

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3 Comments

# 1

Love the face, love the body, love the man. One word, ‘DAMN’!!

# 2

MEH the story line looks very boring. where are the other fun characters. It will make money.. but doesn’t mean it will be good.

# 3

@grounded: if you want the fun characters you’ve mistaken story and movie, I would suggest: Goofy and Pluto go to the circus. The Wolverine script is written by Christopher McQuarrie, author of The Usual Suspects and based on the eponymous series, limited edition in four parts, written by Claremont & Miller in 1982 anything but boring…

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