A few years ago I had a debate on Twitter with James Mangold (Identity, Logan, the upcoming Indiana Jones 5) about directors being artists. I said that I didn’t believe that to be the case; he took the opposite tack though after years of thought I still believe that I was right – and wrong […]
Though truth be told he was never really gone. John Carpenter, director of influential genre classics like Halloween, Escape From New York, In The Mouth Of Madness, They Live, StarMan, Big Trouble In Little China (perhaps his most underappreicated movie), among many others has been absent from theaters since 2010’s The Ward (an interesting movie despite thematic […]
Here’s the complete trailer for James Mangold‘s ‘The Wolverine,” complete with narrative continuity! Here, Logan/Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) makes his way to Japan, where it appears that he somehow loses his healing factor, which is bad thing when what looks like hundreds of black pajama-clad ninjas are trying to kill you. There’s a fight on what […]
Here’s a link to the first teaser from “The Wolverine,” which I suspect is genuine because it shows footage than has, as far as I am aware, not been available prior (and there’s the fact that it appears to be from the Twitter feed of James Mangold, who’s directing the upcoming superhero film). Unfortunately, it’s […]
As far as I am aware, this image is from James Mangold’s upcoming “The Wolverine.” I know the image is from the back, but from what I can tell it looks remarkably faithful to the comic character.
Here’s the first photo from James Mangold‘s “The Wolverine.” It tells you virtually nothing other than that Hugh Jackman is really, really built. It takes place in Japan, and Silver Samurai is the main bad guy. Speaking of Mangold, if you haven’t seen his “Identity,” rent it. It’s an interesting twist on the traditional horror flick.