Hugh Jackman Talks THE WOLVERINE Sequel; Says “There Are Some Really Cool Ideas”

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With this summer’s The Wolverine, we finally got a standalone film for one of the most popular X-Men characters that actually did the titular mutant justice.  Director James Mangold and Hugh Jackman crafted a Western throwback that honored the spirit of the character while bringing a more intimate approach to the superhero genre—for once our hero wasn’t working to save an entire city (or the world) from destruction.  Audiences responded positively to the tune of $414 million worldwide, and Fox appeared to be happy with the film as well, as we learned last week that the studio is in negotiations with Mangold and Jackman to return for another Wolverine film.

While very few details were revealed in last week’s report, Jackman has now spoken up a bit with regards to a potential The Wolverine follow-up, noting that he’s been talking with Mangold about ideas but he won’t be moving forward until they stumble on something great.  Read on after the jump.

the-wolverine-3-hugh-jackmanSpeaking with EW, Jackman “neither confirmed nor denied” whether he has officially signed on to reprise the Wolverine role in another film, but he did offer up this tidbit:

“I was on the phone with Jim Mangold last night. There are some really cool ideas that I’m dying to tell you, but that would be giving away a secret that is not even [fully] formed yet.”

Apparently Jackman’s deal with Fox ends after his appearance in X-Men: Days of Future Past so his contract will have to be re-negotiated, but the actor was quick to point out that he’s been working movie-by-movie since X2.  One thing that is clear is that, should a follow-up come to fruition, the team behind The Wolverine will almost certainly be reuniting in full:

“I do want to do it with Jim and with [producer] Lauren Shuler-Donner because we had such a great experience. I’m really proud of The Wolverine.”

wolverine-3-hugh-jackmanThat being said, Jackman noted that they won’t be rushing another film out with a half-baked idea:

“I don’t want to dive into another one until we have a compelling reason to do another one. I love the character, he’s kind of like a best friend to me, and I don’t ever want to take [him] or the fans for granted. … I think we’ve got a great opportunity to make something really cool, but it has to be great. That’s what we’re all working toward.”

While Fox would obviously like another Wolverine film to come to fruition sooner rather than later, it’s nice to know that Jackman is focused on making sure the next feature is a worthwhile endeavor.  I imagine we’ll hear more about the future plans for the X-Men universe once X-Men: Days of Future Past opens in theaters next May.

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  • mattinacan

    in a summer full of disappointing duds like MOS, ST:ID, IM3 – this movie was refreshing and ended up being one of my favorites.

    • Strong Enough

      MOS was amazing.

      • mattinacan

        to each his own. personally, if they had cut 25 minutes of needless mind numbing action that is so popular these days (including the silly Jor-El opener on Pandora) and replaced it with 25 minutes of character development you would have a good maybe great film.

      • GrimReaper07

        I don’t think that would have come even close to fixing the movie honestly.

      • JBug

        Agreed and Cavill was not good. Fishbourne and crew were completely unnecessary. I get cold just thinking of MoS.

      • ISeemToBeAVerb

        Even though two (or more) superhumans battling would cause mass amounts of damage, I agree with you about the action overkill. But as a science fiction fan the Krypton scene might be my favorite part of the film.

      • doctor_robot

        ya, krypton was the best part of the flick, for me. man of steel was such a let-down for me. kinda like prometheus.

      • Lovecraftlives

        Star Trek Into Darkness was fantastic!

      • Pk

        It sucked Snyder balls

      • Strong Enough

        and i bet you watched and got off

      • Lex Walker

        You keep using that word “amazing” I do not think it means what you think it means.

      • JBug

        I thought IM3 was amazing despite its flaws. It was the most fun I had at the movies all summer. I didn’t see This Is The End until after summer, but that would have been most fun.

      • JBug

        Can somebody please come out and either defend IM3 for me or put me in my place (without being a douche about it)? It did so many things right. It had the best IM fight scenes, great humor, a solid character arc for Tony, great tone and directing by Shane Black, and no Shield. I get that the bad guy had no class or depth, but have the 20+ meelee style henchmen made for great action sequences that were balances over the whole movie. We got a lot of suits and a lot of Stark. The movie took place in great looking sets, like the woodsy tennessee, blue-sky miami and the palisades of malibu. Besides the villain, what was so bad about IM3?

        Granted Rourke’s Whiplash had more depth, but IM2 was really bad. Crappy, short actions sequences, a really stupid character arc for Tony and too much shield.

      • http://www.collider.com/ DNAsplitter

        I liked 90% of the film with the exception to the Mandarin twist. Although it sounds like Marvel may have had a plan for that all along according to rumors surrounding the one shot Ben Kingsley just did. If it’s true then it will make the film better but if not then my view still stands. Shane Black did a great job but still fell short of what the original film held.

      • JBug

        Thanks. I pretty much agree. The original was incredibly fresh and succinct. However, I think it doesn’t hold up with repeat viewings because the action sequences are so brief and scarce (there’s really only two and a half and their pretty short). I think IM3 is covered in that department.

      • http://www.collider.com/ DNAsplitter

        I think that the 1st film doesn’t really feel like the typical superhero film. Robert Downey was just so fresh and funny to watch that it was just fun to watch him go through the process of creating the suits. My wife, who hates superhero films, loves the 1st film and always keeps it on whenever its on FX.

      • JBug

        100%, my wife the same.

      • mattinacan

        1. Killian’s plan makes no sense, what was his goal? Stark insulted him, so he uses Mandarin as a cover, to then install an evil VP and force Stark to perfect Extremis… aaaaand what then, why. it makes no sense.
        2. Why does Stark give his home address out on TV and then fail to protect himself from the obvious attack moments later on his house
        3. Pepper Potts is easily cured in five seconds and that arc reactor in his chest that is such an important part of his character, not necessary after all, easy work around, why didn’t he do that three movies ago?
        4. Let’s let a killing machine like Iron Patriot on board air force one with the president without even checking who is in the suit, secret service fail.
        5. We’ve seen the ironman suit take a direct hit from thor’s hammer, why does every suit fall to pieces like a deck of cards under stress?
        6. The whole movie is set up showing Stark trying to power up his one last suit or armor, which is effective, but rendered pointless when it is reveals he has an army of super smart killer AI suits on remote control.

        I won’t even mention the disgraceful Mandarin reveal. I could go on but i’ll stop, this movie is too easy to pick on.

      • sunwukong86

        you wanna explain how Iron Man 2 made sense?

      • Guest

        Not really, IM2 is actually worse than IM3

      • Lovecraftlives

        What? I liked IM2 as well. What’s wrong with you guys?

      • JBug

        I’m sorry, while I agree with some of the difficulties you pointed out (3 & 4), I think the movie was entertaining enough to look past these issues. If you watched the movie on a plain or some crappy quality version online, these issues might stick out, but I think if you’re aiming to make a fun fictional action movie, not every plot point needs to be compelling. You could rip IM1 and IM2 or pretty much any super hero movie (beside TDK) for similar issues. It comes down to whether or not the movie was entertaining enough to ignore the issues, and I felt it definitely was (not the case with IM2).

      • Guest

        how would a better quality version of the film make this any better. the problems are with the poor script not the visuals.

      • JBug

        I’m saying it was a high quality film

      • JBug

        And dude, you were defending MoS? I think we are just on different pages.

      • mattinacan

        Like i said in my OP, MOS was a disappointing dud also. not defending it at all.

      • Norman Dostal

        1) it makes perfect sense-he was developing Extremis and it was goign badly so to cover up the explosions he invented the Mandarin, BUT the ultimate goal was to take over the US by killign teh president. Got it?
        2) dont need to explain this one
        3)Extremis didnt exist before this movie so he coudlnt cure himself beforehand
        4)agreed but not that bad
        Thats enough

      • JBug

        Nailed it. His points were not so good. See Travis below for some better ones.

      • joe

        If you can suspend your disbelief enough to buy a ticket to see a superhero movie, but not enough to come up with acceptable reasons for these points to help you continue that suspension, I don’t see why you people allow yourselves to go through this vicious cycle of time and money wasting.

        Maybe the movie failed to adequately portray Stark as somebody clearly and poorly dealing with PTSD after the events in the Avengers but that would explain why he made some poor decisions, i.e. giving away his home address (which I doubt was all that secret in the first place, He did host a huge party there in IM2,), his armors not being as well-crafted (he did build over 40 of them in a relatively short amount of time and it was stated that they were in prototype phases), and the fact that he didn’t WANT to call his army of armors until he could prove to himself that he wasn’t his armor, he himself was Iron Man. He was overcompensating by over producing armors to make himself feel safe from all these newfound dangers, (aliens, gods) and realized after crash landing in the middle of nowhere that he gains his confidence by being a builder, not just a hollow suit of armor.

        It’s all perspective, folks. These Marvel movies are well-thought out. If you hate on it, you’ll find reasons. True for the opposite, ya cynical fanboy trolls.

      • JBug

        Agreed, you just described his character arc, which IMO was fresh and appropriate.

      • ISeemToBeAVerb

        IM3 had too much cutesy RDJ humor for me. And I like the guy! But it’s starting to wear thin and coming off as shtick…because it IS shtick! Tone it down, I say, and make the character closer to what he is in the comics.

        I also have a problem with every X-film being centered around Wolverine, Magneto or both. The X-world is HUGE and full great characters!

      • JBug

        I hear.

      • Norman Dostal

        agree with you-IM2 was truly terrible (except the first 40 minutes)-The Rhodes and Ironman fight was beyond bad. IM3 was really good-fun, cool villains left and right, Robert Downey doing his thing-great stuff!

      • JBug

        Fsho, Like emo Toby Maguire dancing in SM3 bad.

      • Lovecraftlives

        So Iron Man 2 was not good, but Star Trek Into Darkness was?

      • JBug

        Star Trek Into Darkness wasn’t good. It wasn’t bad. Just not good. I think IM2 was borderline bad.

      • Norman Dostal

        I liked Star Trek-not as good as the first one, but lots of fun

      • Travis Gowen

        IM3 was a huge disappointment to me. I thought there were too many bizarre events being put into one movie.

        1. Kid helps Stark save the day
        2. Stark has mental breakdowns that affect him at odd moments in time
        3. Dozens of IM suits save the day, but are hardly used and then subsequently destroyed
        4. Mandarin turns out to be a smug wealthy good looking guy and fake Mandarin is a moron.

        Then, the most mind numbing aspect of the movie is the fact that Pepper “freaking” Potts saves the day.

        Again, this is just my personal opinion. If people like the movie to each their own. I liked MOS while many hated it, we all fall on the side of the fence that someone will disagree with.

      • JBug

        Thanks for your comments. I agree with you on all those points. Especially Pepper saving the day. They already beat the bad guy. Then they bring him back just to have Pepper kill him again. The way IM kills Killian was way cooler anyway. It would have been more awesome if he forced his suit on Killian and then had that suit go into the hulkbuster suit for an even bigger explosion, but whatever. Even with all these flaws, I still really like the film. Like you said, just an opinion.

      • Brittany Shannon

        Am I the only one out there who liked the Mandarin twist? I realize that it pissed a lot of Marvel fans off, but having had no prior knowledge of who the Mandarin was or what he was supposed to be, I thought the twist was brilliant.

      • JBug

        I knew who the mandarin was and I still like the twist. The real mandarin doesn’t belong on the big screen. The twist was great and made the movie fun.

      • Strong Enough

        hey we all like different stuff. to each his own.

      • Norman Dostal

        MOS was a big huge mess

      • Strong Enough

        IM3 was worse.

      • Lovecraftlives

        Then Star Trek and Man of Steel were better?

      • Strong Enough

        of course

      • doctor_robot

        no.

      • Strong Enough

        yes

    • Iron Man 3 is a Mess

      MoS & IM3 turned out to be complete duds indeed, but the exact same can be said in regard to The Wolverine.

      • mattinacan

        i disagree, wolverine was a much smaller character driven story

      • Strong Enough

        that fell apart in the 3rd act

      • Lovecraftlives

        Man of Steel you mean?

      • Strong Enough

        nope. wolverine 3rd act was bad.

      • Garlador

        I hear the director’s cut restores a LOT of cut footage, including most of that awesome ninja village fight that seemed so painfully short.

      • Strong Enough

        i look forward to seeing the directors cut

    • Person

      I really liked (maybe even loved) MOS but Wolverine was also excellent. Both were definitely head and shoulders above IM3 and especially Thor 2 (I did like Star Trek though). Would love to see Mangold take another crack at a Wolverine story.

    • osarumen erhunmwunsee

      man of steel was amazing to the core. zack snyder gave you everything you fans want and still you didnt like it? fans wanted the superman that is as powerful as comic version of superman, and still you did not like it.

      • Norman Dostal

        no it wasnt-really messy, bad characters, no Clark Kent-watch teh real superman mnovies with Reeves to see how classic Superman movies are made with a love story, great characters, etc (Fans didnt ask for this monstosity)

      • osarumen erhunmwunsee

        how is he a monster? if you are talking the battle between both of them. that is how it suppose to happen, just like the way it happens in the cartoons. superman has killed before. didnt he killed doomsday in the animated series? he did. there was a bit of love story in it.

      • Nerdgasm

        No he didn’t kill Doomsday in the animated series the alternate version of him does when the alternate versions of them lock the real versions of the JLA up and try and make our Earth into a society that fears but respects them.

      • osarumen erhunmwunsee

        but superman has killed before. didn’t he wiped out army of doomsday all by himself with a power heat vision? that’s epic overkill. i don’t know why people are bordered about superman killing zod. i donr care care if superman killed zod or not. the movie is freaking awesome. possibly the best super hero fight of all time.

      • http://www.collider.com/ DNAsplitter

        I’m a huge fan of both films – the original and MOS. That being said I really enjoyed the new spin on Superman by showing us how he become the Superman that we all know. The original just gave us a montage in space with Marlon Brando narrating as 7 years passes as he gets training in the Fortress of Solitude. This was a different take on the origin but ended with him being a fully realized Superman as he walked into the Daily Planet disguised as Clark Kent. It’s why I’m excited for the sequel and how he will deal with the collateral from the ending of the 1st film (which has been stated by Snyder is a large factor for the Batman vs. Superman film). I think people wanted to see that a fully matured Superman as portrayed by Reeves right off the bat but instead the filmmakers decided to expand the entire film showing us an inexperienced Superman who now has to learn through trial and error as he did not have 7 years spent locked in the fortress of solitude. That’s what makes the sequel excited is the ramifications of the actions – also Batman hunting him down.

    • the truth

      ‘The Wolverine’ is the ONLY good Comic book movie this year.

      • Garlador

        Thor was pretty awesome this year.

    • Lovecraftlives

      Iron Man 3 was phenomenal!

    • doctor_robot

      if i could get a copy of into darkness without spock screaming “khan!!!!”… that would be awesome.

    • poppincherry

      Don’t forget that bulllllllshit World War Z! OMFG!
      Give the living population a horrendous disease like ebola or bird flu to keep zombies away. Um, and how the fuck do you cure 100 million poor people in Africa once the zombies pass? Yeah, no wonder that shit had problems during production!
      And you did notice how they didn’t mention the type of disease Pitt’s character shouldn’t have taken because that would have been a cluster fuck of a plot hole in a movie too fucked up for its own good. Nor did they say what disease the population took even though we with a brain knew it had to be some serious shit since Pitt’s character got it from that goddamn CDC-like facility.

  • Strong Enough

    James mangold sucks. the definition of an average director

    • Tey

      Blame the script and Fox. Thank God Darren Aronofsky is smart enough to jump ship.

    • mattinacan

      that is a stretch to say the least, Cop Land, Girl Interrupted, Walk the Line, 3:10 to Yuma – all very strong character driven films

    • bombinUSA

      You’re a below average poster.

      • Strong Enough

        owwww you got me there lmao

  • brNdon

    Its a shame that “Old Man Logan” can’t be done.

    • Devin Reed

      I wouldn’t say it “can’t be done”, but I don’t think Fox is ballsy enough to pull it off. Movie makeup could easily make Hugh Jackman look like an older Logan.

      • BradZuhl

        Jackman is 45 now. So they may have no choice but to do an “Old Man Logan” story sooner or later if they want him to keep playing the character.

      • Garlador

        He’s still younger than Robert Downey Jr., who’s been playing Iron Man (who doesn’t know that). With Hollywood magic, I can see him still looking great well into his mid-50s.

      • BradZuhl

        As long as RDJ dyes his hair he can pull off the role, after all his “action” scenes consist of him in an iron suit. But Wolverine’s action scenes are a lot more physical for Jackman, and he’s got to maintain his physique and his training.

      • brNdon

        I was referring more to the fact that the other characters in the story are owned by different studios.

      • Liquid Wolverine

        I would actually cast Clint Eastwood for the role. He would be bad ass as “Old Man Logan”

  • The Flobbit

    Please wait on it, give other mutants time to shine and Jackman some space to act in other movies. The last thing we need is for Wolverine to suck up all of his time – to become one of those cash-grab superheroes.

    Do not make a Wolverine movie unless a Wolverine movie needs to be made.

  • Adam Heatherly

    While this isnt a high priority at least this should put an end to all the “dofp may be jackmans last as wolverine” bullshit some sites just took that whole “movie-by-movie (as this article words it) comment and ran with it til that shit was everywhere

  • 007

    comon guys The Wolverine wasnt great… it was avarage film… Skyfall was the best. :))

    • Murdoch

      You mean “Home Alone 4″?

      • JBug

        It was totally Home Alone. The directing was pretty good, but the plot was so cheesy. I cringed almost the whole movie. I wouldn’t say it was the worst Bond, but I don’t have any respect for it. Exploring Bond’s past is totally inappropriate for the character.

      • SomeGuy

        No, Home Alone 4 and 5 are real movies (or are they?). Skyfall came out between Home Alone 4 and 5. As a result it is its own side-quel, Home Alone: Escape to Skyfall. “That was the sound of a tool chest falling down the stairs.”

  • Tey

    Wear… The… Yellow… Suit…

    • JBug

      Man, that would be so cool for one scene, but I don’t think I could take a full movie of that.

    • Kevin

      I don’t know if they will, since they cut it out of The Wolverine: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6fbyP4dPMg
      (Edit: I guess they pulled the full scene, which I saw a few days ago.)

  • http://www.collider.com/ DNAsplitter

    Stick to the western formula along with the adding more of a Clint Eastwood vibe to Logan and they will knock the next film out of the park. They really should try to replicate what Eastwood use to do in his older western films (Man without a name trilogy, Pale Rider, Outlaw Josey Wales, etc.) and basically use the tones of those films as a blueprint for the next film. I like Mangold as a director but he needs to step it up on the next one and make a better third act. I did however like how this film wasn’t about Wolverine saving the universe/world/major large city and was a smaller and character driven story. Bring sabertooth back into the mix and give us a true version of what their violent history really looks like.

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  • crapcockface

    what in god’s name could be cooler than an adamantium samurai robot……………. stop making this shit.

    • Garlador

      A psychotic albino Russian with adamantium razor whips. Omega Red would rock.

  • John Storm

    OMEGA RED !!!

  • Moppusan

    I don’t think a truly great Wolverine movie can be made unless it’s a hard-R. Wolverine is the best there is at what he does…and what he does isn’t very nice. Hell, look at the Wolverine #1 cover from 1988. He’s standing on a pile of corpses while still being angry. That’s Wolverine. Be REALLY true to Wolverine and that movie will explode.

    • Garlador

      The unrated, bloodier director’s cut of the Wolverine is coming out on Blu-Ray soon… That might be help a bit.

    • Liquid Wolverine

      It was explained to me that its all about the budget they are given. If its a lot of money on the table, the studios will not make a rated R film because they want a definite return on their investment…if it is a lower budget film, they can do whatever the h** they want pretty much…this is why the theatrical version is PG and the Blue Ray is Rated R.

  • bombinUSA

    they can do a lot of cool things with the wolverine, so many of his greatest foes have yet to be utilized fully.

    btw i enjoyed all of the big blockbusters in their own way…man of steel, star trek, world war z, iron man 3, wolverine…but they all had their flaws too. but to suggest anyone was simply garbage is just down right wrong. garbage is ghostrider, wolverine-origins, daredevil, elektra….but even a couple of these films had some redeeming qualities.

    • JBug

      I think the hype affects perception, which is why people are quick to call it garbage. The garbage you mentioned had low expectations to begin with. Just different standards.

    • http://www.collider.com/ DNAsplitter

      Agreed. I know I’m in the minority but actually liked the director’s cut of Daredevil. If they cut out the silly playground fight I think the movie would have held up better over time.

      • mattinacan

        The playground fight isn’t nearly as bad as the church fight with bullseye on the organ. that is one of the worst fight scenes ever put on film.

      • http://www.collider.com/ DNAsplitter

        Yea very dated CGI that should not have been attempted in the first place. Had they used practical stunts and some wire work it would have made the scene better.

      • mattinacan

        totally agree. the bar fight scene early on is done that way and is actually pretty cool.

      • bombinUSA

        i might just have to rewatch daredevil, maybe the idea of being sought as awful by everyone has skewed my initial thoughts.

    • Garlador

      Omega Red. I really want Omega Red.

  • The_Smirking_Revenge

    Omega Red… That’s all I’m going to say.

    • The_Dude

      Yeah, they’d probably ruin his character too.

  • Tom-AZ

    One thing I really liked in this one was it showed the depressed and dour Wolvie- the way he was drawn originally. And Im still waiting for him to say blue blazes.

  • Idris Elba

    Idris Elba needs to fight the Wolverine in the sequels as Stringer Bell.

    • Faptain America

      But I died.

  • Alex

    I dont give a shit about a sequel! i want to see him on THE AVENGERS!

    • The_Dude

      Don’t hold your breath, mate.

      • Garlador

        I can hold my breath a long time, bub.

  • Norman Dostal

    the coolest idea would be for someone else to star in it-you know, someone like the real wolverine-shorter, stouter, hairier…

  • http://tarek-to-verso.over-blog.com/ tarek

    The parasite thing was all non sense.
    And the scene with the ninja was dull. couldn’t he just cut the ropes with his almighty claws ?
    That being said, I love the character. He deserves better.

    • The_Dude

      Not to mention being able to withstand all those bullets during the funeral scene without his healing factor. This whole movie was bullshit(and just as bad as Origins, IMO).

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  • Norrtron

    I love when the comment section gets devoured by idiots bickering about unrelated topics to the post, it’s my favorite.

    • Garlador

      So… every comment section ever?

  • DarthMrBelvedere

    If they don’t make an ULTIMATE WOLVERINE VS. HULK film, based on the brilliant Damon Lindelof mini-series, they should seriously be tested for retardation. This comic is ripe for film adaptation! One of the best Wolverine comics ever in my opinion.

    • Norrtron

      Well different studios own the two characters, so, yeah.

      • DarthMrBelvedere

        Ugg, yeah..well hopefully they can find some way to work it out. They did have Professor X & Magneto @ the end of the film, so maybe, ya never know

      • Norrtron

        All the X-Men related characters are owned by Fox, with a few exceptions here and there, that’s why Prof X and Magneto were able to be in there. I would love to see Wolverine duke it out with the Hulk though, it would be epic.

  • Mr Sinister

    I am all for another Wolverine sequel! ‘The Wolverine’ is AWESOME and I have pre-ordered the DVD and Blu – Ray.

    • Sally

      Agreed.

  • derek

    I think Wolverine was a pleasant surprise. If anything it just needed a bit better pacing. Mangold should improve on his first try. Yuma and Walk the Line were awesome. There will never be another actor to play wolverine. Wolverine is Hugh JAckman. His age will never be a problem. Its hollywood. They can make old has beens like stallone and arnold look the part still. Jackman could do it for awhile.

    • Garlador

      I’m giving the director’s cut coming out a shot. They admitted they cut a lot of scenes (including a whole action scene) to trim the runtime. I’m curious to see how the new version works.

  • CBdude

    The Wolverine and Kick_Ass2 were the best “comic book movies” of this entire year. Not the best movies on a technical or directorial level, but the best at taking a superhero comic storyline, and putting it on screen. Can’t wait for a sequel.

  • jest

    ‘The Wolverine’ is very good. More X-Men films and Wolverine films, good, I am looking forward to them.

  • MJ

    DO WE REALLY NEED ANOTHER ONE ?????

    • Garlador

      If it’s good? Yes.

  • mmmGadgets

    Fuck Batman Vs. Superman… I want Wolverine Vs. Daken

  • Liquid Wolverine

    There is still time to do Silver Samurai with the sequel… That Robot thing was not the Silver Samurai…James Mangold never called it that, nor was it ever called that in the movie. That was all on Fox who used it as a marketing gimmick. (Spoiler) Pretty easy to do…Harada could have survived at the end, and discovered his mutant abilities of his own. Then dons on the Silver Samurai armor that was shown at the funeral…too easy.

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