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The 'global boot ambassador' for R.M.Williams fills us in on working with Ryan Reynolds, dealing with Wolverine's facial hair, and aging stylishly.
Hugh Jackman is extremely willing to commit to the bit. This is, perhaps, not entirely surprising when you’re talking about an A-list actor and singer with a multi-decade career spanning everything from superhero movies to Broadway musicals. Still, it’s a whole hell ...
 
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Sometimes, an actor is as versatile as his hair.
Hugh Jackman has played Wolverine nine times in the last 17 years, but within that time frame, he's also played a pirate, a convict-turned-mayor, the Easter Bunny, a monster hunter, a robot-boxer coach, a robot hater, and more. If that doesn't show you ...
 
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Jackman was closely watched by trainers and experts to make sure he didn't die.
In Logan, Hugh Jackman is a growling, stumbling, gnashing, clawing mass of near-dead, sinewy muscle. It's not remotely pretty—which works in the final Wolverine movie's favour—but it is impressive. In much the same way Logan goes through hell to survive the bleak ...
 
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The new Wolverine film is more akin to an arthouse version of The Road than another X-Men movie.
Spoilers for Logan follow.Last week, before the movie's opening weekend, Logan director James Mangold announced on Twitter that he is working on a black and white version of the latest Wolverine film. It sounds pretentious for a superhero movie—a technique saved for ...
 
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This new trailer is like Mad Max meets Stranger Things.
It seems that some big Hollywood studios are realizing the superhero genre has reached saturation and these movies need to reinvent themselves. Marvel did it with the trashy, self-aware, and brilliant Deadpool, as well as the campy, '80s-tinged space opera Guardians of ...
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