Bad puns aside, I had a chance to chat with Mike Nabuurs this morning about X-Men Origins: Wolverine on Hamilton’s Talk 820. Normally I’m on the show Thursdays to chat about entertainment, but their charity drive was yesterday, so we cut it down to a quick review of the film for this week.
Opening in theatres, Hugh Jackman reprises his role as the mutant Wolverine in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and Matthew McConaughey stars in the romantic comedy Ghosts of Girlfriends Past.
On May 1, Hugh Jackman stars in the fourth X-Men film, X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
Set 20 years before the events in the first film, Wolverine further explains the origins of the razor-clawed hero, giving fans their first glimpse of his past, and some of his mutant friends.
Another year, and another missed San Diego Comic-Con. That place is where dreams come true, big screen legends walk amongst the freakish and the geekish, and surprises are apparently around every corner.
Don’t ask me why I’m shocked, but Ryan Reynolds has been cast as Deadpool in the upcoming Wolverine prequel to …