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The 'Total Recall' star is set to play Hugh Jackman's on-screen foe, who is affiliated to the Silver Samurai.
Additionally, Brian Tee has been cast as another villain called Noburo Mori in the sequel to 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine'.
Tom Rotham additionally says that the Marvel superhero film will kick off filming in both Australia and Japan right after Hugh Jackman wraps 'Les Miserables' in London.
Reportedly taken from director James Mangold's office, the image sees what seems to be a Japanese flag being sliced apart by Wolverine's claws.
Although director Arofonsky was not on board anymore, Jackman still believes that the 'Wolverine' sequel will be a great movie with James Mangold helming and Mark Bomback penning the script.
It is said that the production team still couldn't find the right location in Japan to film the project, while lead actor Hugh Jackman is currently busy working for another movie.
While promoting 'Real Steel' at the San Diego Comic Con, Hugh Jackman also reveals that the filming for the 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' sequel would be kicked off in October.
The sequel to the 2009 movie is looking ready to start its production soon as James Mangold has struck a deal to direct and the main actor is in shape.
The 'Black Swan' helmer announces that he will not direct the movie because it would keep him out of the country for a long time.
This second 'Wolverine' film will be Darren Aronofsky's debut picture under the pact which requires him to develop and produce films for Twentieth Century Fox and Fox Searchlight Pictures.
Unveiling the official title is director Darren Aronofsky himself who says the movie will not be a sequel in any conventional sense.
The actor/producer hopes the 'Wolverine' sequel will 'be the best one' and claims that Aronofsky, who will direct the movie, is 'going to make it fantastic.'