10. X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)The Poster: Wolverine makes his presence known by using his knuckle-knives to inform us that this is the third X flick.Designed By: The Cimarron Group, the folks also responsible for those bad-ass Bridesmaids posters, plus one-sheets for Twilight: Eclipse, Gran Torino and Hellboy.How Faithful: Super-faithful. Brett Ratner’s trilogy-capper may have…Read more Top Ten Greatest Comic-Book Movie Posters
Best: X-Men (2000)Jackman's big break comes in the form of his most iconic role to date. Though his version of Wolverine is a more tamed beast than the one we know from the comics, Jackman's got the stature and the muscle mass to pull the whole thing off (not to mention the sideburns).He also sheds…Read more Best & Worst: Hugh Jackman
40. Salami Sandwich“Where’s that blasted salami?” gripes Wolverine as he roots around the fridge in X-Men: The Animated Series. Once he’s found the hunk of meat, he slices it up with his claws. Who says this guy doesn’t know how to have a good time?Read the full countdown at TotalFilm.com
WolverineThe Character: Damn near indestructible thanks to a self-healing mutant gene, Wolverine aka Logan is the baddest of the X-Men, with his extendable claws and seriously short temper. Bad. Ass.Most Violent Moment: Wolvie’s got a thing for violence (something about having claws for fists), but surely sinking those razors into Sabretooth’s head is one of…Read more 20 Most Violent Comic Book Characters
Origin stories are tough nuts to crack. Just ask George Lucas. Or X-Men Origins: Wolverine director Gavin Hood, whose 2009 fling with the X-verse endeavoured to fill in knuckle-clawed Wolvie’s back story, but met with more howls than hurrahs. Could X-Men: First Class be a case of second time lucky, as Kick-Ass director Matthew Vaughn…Read more X-Men: First Class (2011)
These arrived in the post today. They're tickets to the first UK screening of X-Men: First Class. I got a geek headrush when they came out of the envelope. Can't. Wait.
Recently, a buddy of mine wrote a (cracking) blog post about movie threequels. Which, it seems, is a topic that everybody has an opinion on. Alien 3 has its lovers. Spider-Man 3 its haters. But in light of Scre4m hitting cinemas earlier this month, my brain began to ponder the subject of fourquels. The result…Read more Four play