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Brand New Wolverine Trailer Arrives Online
Now with added Jean Grey (and snake tongues)

21 May 2013  |  Written by Ali Plumb  

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James Mangold's take on the critically-acclaimed run of Marvel comics known as The Wolverine has been blessed with another trailer. This one's got lots more Jean Grey, a gag involving super sharp katanas, a lady with a snake tongue where her human one should be and a smidge more footage of that Silver Samurai who people keep talking about.

Much of what's shown has already seen in the first full-length teaser - for a trailer breakdown, head this way - and the more recent Cinema Con video, but you get to see longer sections of certain scenes here, which allows for a better taste of what to expect from the whole film.

Accompanying this new trailer is a new poster, which shows Svetlana Khodchenkova's Viper in the Japanese ink-style that The Wolverine's marketing team have been experimenting with throughout. Have a look at all four watercolour wonders below and remember that you can get the best of the four - come on, you know Logan wins - as a freebie with the current issue of Empire. It's the one with Superman / Zod on the cover; you can't miss it.

The Wolverine hits UK cinemas on July 25. Snikt!


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Awesome
Disagree this looks awesome !! Hopefully much better than origins More

Posted by buffster28 at 17:05 on 22 May 2013 | Report This Post

Oh - and the Silver Samurai looks like...
...a Zach Snyder reject from Suckerpunch. More

Posted by Porter at 09:10 on 22 May 2013 | Report This Post

I'm a big Jackman and Wolverine fan...
...but this has to be the least exciting looking blockbuster of the year. I'm all for character-driven films in this genre, but I can't get into this one. Hopefully it's just a bad trailer, but I am not motivated to see this movie. Even the Lone Ranger, which I fully expect to be appalling, looks more interesting than this at this stage. More

Posted by Porter at 09:09 on 22 May 2013 | Report This Post

Interesting choice of trailer soundtrack...
...it sounds like someone's been listening to Michael McCann's superlative Deus Ex : Human Revolution music. J More

Posted by tenstrings at 16:06 on 21 May 2013 | Report This Post

Cool
This trailer makes me want to see this movie! Not like the first one that made the film look stupid.. More

Posted by Chronicle at 15:49 on 21 May 2013 | Report This Post

Interesting choice of trailer soundtrack...
...it sounds like someone's been listening to Michael McCann's superlative Deus Ex : Human Revolution music. J More

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