Friday, July 26, 2013

The Wolverine: "The Many Screams of Wolverine" shows Hugh Jackman unleashing it

Practically out in international territories and ready to cut loose elsewhere worldwide, Hugh Jackman is back to reprise his signature role as Logan for a new X-Men spinoff adventure that will test his resolve and force him to face his demons in "The Wolverine".

Directed by James Mangold, the film is a very different take at the X-Men's most dangerous member, and something that explores a side of the character that's rarely seen and goes beyond the heroics and mutant warfare that's more associated with the X-Franchise. This movie's setting in Japan highlights Logan's background as a warrior, and forces him to confront his immortality and come to terms with the demons plaguing and tormenting his soul. It's a unique piece all in all, and something that definitely makes Hugh shine out as the definitive actor to play the part for the pretty impressive sixth time, with a seventh coming happening with next year's X-Men: Days of Future Past.

Now, as Wolverine prepares to tear it open anew in 3D and 2D screens before July ends, Vulture has put together this impressive Supercut of "The Many Screams of Wolverine". Those who have seen the entire X-Men Movie franchise know what the deal here is about, and you just have to see it to believe it.

Here's the video via Vulture.

Caution: FURIOUS RAGE UNLEASHED IN VIDEO. Viewer discretion advised.XD

The Many Screams of Wolverine

SCREAMS GALORE, and done amazingly consistent too!

Personally thought, this scene from that epic fight sequence in 2003's X2: X-Men United (wow, Ten Years already!) was my favorite "Wolvie Scream" moment.XD

X-Men: X2 - Wolverine Kicks Ass

And with that, Hugh Jackman has proven himself as "The Wolverine". Read my review here in case you needed more convincing to see this film, and it's ABSOULTELY worth it.

And if you haven't learned yet, STAY and Watch out for that UNCANNY Mid-Credits scene too.

The Wolverine is now in theaters!

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