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  Wolverine Alternate Ending Details
Posted by: Mike on Apr 30th, 2009 6 Comments »

I’m sure by now you’ve heard that Wolverine will have three different endings, depending on where you see the movie.  This isn’t a ploy to get you to drive all over the country to get to see all three of them.  Rest assured the “movie” only has one ending.

You’ll sit through Wolverine in its entirety before the “alternate” bits happen.  These very short endings come after the credit, and are reportedly all just ties in to whichever movie they decide to make next.

They’re not important to the story of the film you’ve just watched.  It’s just the studio’s idea to open the door for the next movie in the franchise, of which there’s apparently three different ones.

I’ve spoken with a few people that have seen the endings already, and the feedback I’ve gotten is pretty negative about all three.  They’re being referred to as “sucky ending 1”, “less sucky ending” and “ending that didn’t suck as much as the other two.”

I plan on checking out the film on Saturday morning, and will report back as to what I thought after that.  I’m not super excited about it, because I didn’t really love the X-men trilogy, but the trailer looks decent enough to go check out.

  On DVD This Week – 04/21/2009
Posted by: Mike on Apr 21st, 2009 Leave a Comment »



  Second Wolverine TV Spot hits
Posted by: Mike on Feb 17th, 2009 Leave a Comment »

The second spot aired late last night, and made its way online shortly thereafter. It’s called “Brothers”, and further proves that this movie’s going to kick a whole lotta ass, and take a whole lotta names.

  X-Men Origins: Wolverine Trailer
Posted by: Mike on Dec 15th, 2008 Leave a Comment »

In all its HD glory:

  Ryan Reynolds in Wolverine?
Posted by: Christine on Feb 19th, 2008 Leave a Comment »

Rope of Silicon has some info about two new additions to the cast of Wolverine – Taylor Kitsch (of “Friday Night Lights”) and MovieSnobs favorite Ryan Reynolds.

Kitsch will be playing Gambit and Reynolds will be Deadpool, a wise-cracking mercenary.

All I know is that the combination of Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman in one movie may have too many gratuitous ab shots. Somehow, I’m ok with that.

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