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The depicter of Logan a.k.a Wolverine in the original 'X-Men' trilogy is in talks to reprise his iconic role, joining other original cast Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart.
The 'Wolverine' actor opens up about his sad childhood experience when his mother abandoned him at the age of eight.
PSY also drops by 'The X Factor' Australia and does the horse-riding dance along with former Spice Girls member, Melanie Brown.
Sporting Logan's trademark haircut and adamantium claws, Jackman is featured in the dark photo standing tall alone in front of what looks like a Buddhist temple.
Instead of planning to bring back Damion Poitier, who played the Mad Titan in 'Avengers', Feige says, 'I think we feel pretty free to recast...depending on what role requires from future movies.'
Sarah Jessica Parker makes her debut as an eccentric editor of Vogue.com, Rachel has a small accident in kitchen, and Brittany challenges Blaine and Sam to a debate.
Uncovering plenty new touching scenes, the promo focuses on how Tom Hooper makes all the cast members perform live for the musical film instead of relying on post-production recordings.
Rocking dapper all-black outfit and Wolverine's signature haircut, Jackman is seen shooting a 'grand funeral' scene with a number of Japanese men at the Zojoji Temple in Tokyo.
Saying that it won't be related to 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine', Jackman claims that the upcoming film won't be 'overloaded with mutants and teams and the like, so it'll be more character-based.'
Donning messy long hair and an unkempt beard, Jackman has been caught on camera arriving in Picton which has been transformed into the Canadian Rockies town.
Teaming up with director Lee Daniels, Jackman is set to topline 'Orders to Kill', which chronicles the infamous 1968 Memphis killing from an unconventional perspective.
Filming a scene for the musical in London, England, Jackman looks skinny and unkempt as he dons dirty rags and sports a poorly-shaven hair.
The 'Wolverine' actor has inked a deal to portray the legendary escapologist in 'Houdini', a musical play directed by Tony winner Jack O'Brien and written by Oscar winner Aaron Sorkin.
The 'Super 8' director reveals that he will shoot the yet-to-be-titled 'Star Trek' sequel in 2D before converting it like 'Harry Potter' movie, and says that he might also shoot it in IMAX.
Little Mix take their fans to get a closer look at their journey from the 'X Factor' audition room to the finale night.