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    Does The New 6-Second 'Wolverine' Teaser Ruin A Rumored Cameo?

    It's one of those mornings. Super hero spoilers left and right! Oh no, what will you do? While there's no shortage of blogs telling you the second a "Wolverine" trailer will appear weeks in advance, aside from new photos this morning, there haven't been a ton of marketing materials on the Hugh Jackm...

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    Discuss: Is James Mangold Setting The Wrong Expectations By Revealing His Inspirations For 'The Wolverine'?

    In the early months of promoting a big-budget film, parties involved usually make a play towards reaching diehards first, making their film seem like a boutique item to the devoted. This sort of fan service feeds the few who are credited with starting the “buzz” on a film before a trailer is release...

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    New Image From 'The Wolverine,' James Mangold Promises You'll Be "Saturated" With Marketing

    Marketing cycles for movies, especially for big summer blockbusters, are usually planned long in advance, with clear stages and expectations. But in 2013 there are at least two big, upcoming movies that are yet to really show their faces. The biggest absence thus far is "The Hangover Part III&q...

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    James Mangold Says Logan In 'Wolverine' Is Not Part Of The X-Men, But "A Samurai Without A Master"

    With the film due this summer, and still no trailer, the only thing we have to go by on "The Wolverine" thus far is a handful of images and quotes from a few interviews. Rumors of various characters from the "X-Men" films popping up have been percolating (Hugh Jackman has made th...

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    'Wolverine' Will Find Logan "More Desperate & Lower Than Ever Before" & More From Hugh Jackman & James Mangold's Chat

    "It's 100 percent undiluted Wolverine," director James Mangold (the very underrated "3:10 To Yuma") said in yesterday's Live Chat about 20th Century Fox's "The Wolverine." An interesting, surprisingly informative and thoughtful conversation between Mangold and his star Hugh Jackman, while the duo we...

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    New Teaser Poster For 'The Wolverine' Unsheathed, Character's Immortality Will Be Tested

    Things in the movie world don't happen in a vacuum, and with James Mangold and Hugh Jackman taking part in an online Q&A today, followed by an unveiling of a new teaser poster for "The Wolverine," it's probably a safe bet some kind of teaser trailer will be dropping later this ...

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    James Mangold Latest Director Linked To Long Developing 'Le Cercle Rouge' Remake

    It is now nearing a decade since Hollywood has tried to crack the nut of bringing Jean-Pierre Melville's stone cold classic noir/procedural "Le Cercle Rouge" to the big screen, and it has seen a ton of talent come and go in that time. Back in 2004, it was set up at Paramount with John ...

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    Talks Break Down, Jessica Biel No Longer Viper In James Mangold's 'The Wolverine'

    That was quick! Less than week after Jessica Biel had apparently signed on to play the villaness Viper in James Mangold's upcoming "The Wolverine" starring Hugh Jackman, the guys over at Collider are now reporting that "talks have broken down between Biel and 20th Century Fox"...

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    James Mangold Says Miramax Worried About Reception Of Overweight Sylvester Stallone In 'Cop Land'

    And More From The Director About The Film As It Comes To Blu-RayIn a Hollywood landscape where filmmakers are supposed to be one thing and one thing only, James Mangold is something of an enigma. His first film, “Heavy,” was an intimate character study, his follow-up “Cop Land” was an ensemble crime drama, and then from there he took on a whimsical time-traveling romance (“Kate & Leopold”), a suspense thriller (“Identity”), a music biopic (“Walk the Line”), a Western (“3:10 to Yuma”), a breezy mainstream action-adventure (“Knight & Day”) and he's got comic movie "The Wolverine" on the horizon. But according to Mangold, part of his plan is to ...

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