Release Date March 3, 2017

One last time. 

Hugh Jackman sheathes his claws after LOGAN, which is being billed as the last Wolverine story, ending the saga of everybody’s favorite Canadian, adamantium-clawed X-Man. Set in the near future, LOGAN finds Wolvie attempting to cross the Mexican border with an old and enfeebled Professor Xavier (Sir Patrick Stewart, STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION). Their mission: to save a young mutant who may be a female clone of Logan (it’s a comic book movie after all), but it’s never as easy as just doing a good deed. The trio finds their way blocked by baddies and things get violent. And we mean VIOLENT - LOGAN sports an R rating for ‘strong brutal violence throughout.’ 

Director James Mangold (3:10 TO YUMA, THE WOLVERINE) directs this melancholy and gritty movie that marks real film history: it brings to a close one of the longest-running pairings of actor and character in recent memory. Jackman has played Wolverine longer than anybody has continuously played just about any character in the movies, including James Bond. With a character as popular as this, with an actor as committed to the part as Jackman and with a director as serious and excellent as Mangold, you can expect LOGAN to be a real exclamation point at the end of Wolverine’s story. 

Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart
Director James Mangold
Screenwriter James Mangold, Scott Frank

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