Logan Image: Hugh Jackman is ‘Old Man Wolverine’

Logan Image: Hugh Jackman is ‘Old Man Wolverine’

20th Century Fox’s teaser trailer for Logan, the third Wolverine spinoff film as well as the final one starring Hugh Jackman as the movie’s adamantium-clawed namesake, has now been classified. That means that the movie’s first theatrical preview will soon be arriving online (possibly even this week, at the time of writing this), before it screens in theaters – no doubt, attached to prints of movies such as fellow Marvel comic book adaptation, Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange, among others over the approaching end-of-year holiday season.

Until then though, the series of black and white photographs depicting places and characters in Logan that have been released so far will have to suffice. Fortunately, the latest addition to that growing pile of images is a cool one: the first official look at Jackman in the film, where he looks appropriately Old Man Logan-ish as a bearded and worse-for-wear Wolverine – one who, reportedly, looks this way as a result of his mutant healing ability having begun to fade at last in the film’s near-futuristic setting.

Previously, Jackman’s haggard appearance as Wolvie in the movie had only been glimpsed through leaked photos from the Logan set – as well as a pic posted by Jackman that, momentarily, raised concerns about his health among fans who weren’t aware of his makeup that he’s wearing in the film. You can check out the full image of Jackman as Old Man Wolverine/Logan that was posted online by Logan director James Mangold (via the director’s official Twitter account), below:

Logan Image: Hugh Jackman is ‘Old Man Wolverine’

Logan reportedly takes place in the year 2024: a time when Wolverine’s self-healing has diminished and Professor X (Charles Xavier) is now quite frail – and only occasionally lucid. Nonetheless, the two old friends end up reuniting in order to undertake one final adventure: rescuing a young mutant girl (who might or might not be X-23 aka the “female Wolverine”) from a clandestine operation that’s been capturing underage mutants and turning them into “weapons” for the government to use as it deems fit. Now-confirmed to be playing opposite “Team Logan” in the film are the Reavers, cybernetically-enhanced super soldiers led by one Donald Pierce (Boyd Holbrook).

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