Yesterday, Fox unveiled the first trailer for Logan, Hugh Jackman’s third and final turn as Marvel’s X-Men member Wolverine — and the Internet promptly went nuts for it.
Mangold and Jackman believed that as Wolverine grew older, his restorative abilities would (like everyone’s body) begin to break down a bit.
We imagined that it may have when he was younger, but with age, he’s getting older and ailing.
The simple idea was that his body would start to get a little more ravaged with a kind of tattooing of past battles, lacerations that remain of previous conflicts.” Related: ‘Logan’ Shares Hints in New Photos, Including Hugh Jackman as a Changed Wolverine “We’re finding all these characters in circumstances that are a little more real.
But what happens when you’re in retirement and that career is over?” Mangold refuses to address the fact that, in one shot, a morose-looking Wolverine and his young companion appear to be standing over a grave — suggesting that, perhaps, they’ve just buried Professor Xavier.