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Logan Movie News: Last Wolverine movie will be more human than CGI

First Posted: Nov 24, 2016 09:59 AM EST
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Wolverine, as one of the most known X - men character in the comic series of the same name, is taking its final bow on the big screen with Hugh Jackman as the lead character. With this, things are getting done to make sure that the movie will be able to surpass expectations than the 2 previous Wolverine films. In accordance, the director of Logan shared details on how the third film will be.

According to IGN, Logan director James Mangold revealed that the final film won't use much of the CGI present in the two previous films, X - Men Origins: Wolverine (2008) and The Wolverine (2013). In an interview, Mangold confirmed that Logan won't include green screen since the film also talks about the healing power of Wolverine which was flailing, thus, making him more human.

The director said, "The goal was to make something human...We made an effort to scale back on the gloss and greenscreen...[so] if you're on the make for a hyper choreographed, gravity defying, city-block destroying CG fuckathon, this ain't your movie."

Joblo detailed that Hugh Jackman, playing Wolverine in the X - Men film series, has concurred with the director's thoughts as he believed that the film Logan should be able to "show the story of a struggling man with mortality and legacy." Adding that, "whether the world has been better off with him or without him."

The teaser trailer for the film has been released and fans all around the world have been filled with excitement to see The Wolverine as someone trying to live rather than relying much on his powers. With this update, fans of the character will be able to see how their favorite character can live when he's vulnerable.

The film is expected to be released on the big screen on March 2017.

 

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