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Details on Hugh Jackman's Cameo in 'X-Men: First Class' Leaked

Everyone's favorite mutant badboy is in the newest X-Men film, and the details have been revealed about it.

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Megaton2019d ago

Heh, nice. I hadn't even heard the rumors about his cameo. I only heard that Wolverine wasn't supposed to be in it.

darklordzor2018d ago

Me neither, this was actually a big surprise. Too bad it leaked, would have been cool to be taken totally by surprise on it.

Armadilo2019d ago

Oh my gosh can't wait for the movie

Crazay2019d ago

That's probably going to be the best part of the entire movie.

Sahil2018d ago (Edited 2018d ago )

Yeah, true.. spendin all that money for a ticket jus to witness a cameo :)

tunaks12018d ago (Edited 2018d ago )

sorry wrong post

Defectiv3_Detectiv32018d ago

Did you see X-Men Origins: Wolverine? Personally, I was looking foward to seeing an X-men film w/o Wolverine. They focus waaay to much in his character in the previous films.

Crazay2018d ago (Edited 2018d ago )

Origins was awesome. I like it alot. What was so wrong with it that everyone pans it so much?

Defectiv3_Detectiv32018d ago

The plot was all over the place. The effects were awful and the action scenes were poorly executed.

There were just so many WTF moments, here are a few I remember:

-The movie begins with a backstory and it never touches on it again. What is the true nature of Sabretooth and Wolverine's relationship? What is up with all that family drama? Why do they feel the need to call to arms and fight all those wars?

-Apparently Sabretooth has the powers of a german shepard. He walks on all fours, claws at things with his elongated fingernails, and sniffs the air. I was half expecting him to get distracted by a fire hydrant in the middle of one of his fight scenes.

-After escaping Wolvie meets up with Ma and Pa Kent who are promptly killed off for no reason. It's not clear why the movie needed to take such a dark turn but it barely acknowledges it.

-The movie ends w/ Wolvie forgetting all of the events preceding it, pretty much rendering everything pointless. How do they accomplish this? With a silver bullet nonetheless (LMFAO).

tunaks12018d ago (Edited 2018d ago )

imo Origins is the second best Xmen Film, under X2. Not quite looking forward to First Class though.

"-Apparently Sabretooth has the powers of a german shepard. He walks on all fours, claws at things with his elongated fingernails, and sniffs the air. I was half expecting him to get distracted by a fire hydrant in the middle of one of his fight scenes. "

Would you rather have the boring half awake Sabertooth from the first movie? Sabertooth in Origins felt more threating then all film renditions of Marvel Villains.

"-The movie ends w/ Wolvie forgetting all of the events preceding it, pretty much rendering everything pointless. How do they accomplish this? With a silver bullet nonetheless (LMFAO)."

Well in a movie about super humans with the ability to heal, and have retractable bone claws, is it so hard to believe an adamantium bullet shot into the brain causes some damage to his memory...

you are suppose to be willing suspension your disbelief, Your watching a dam comicbook movie,

JL2019d ago

Interesting to find out he's going to make an appearance. But that doesn't do much for me. It's just a cameo, so it's not like I get to see a good bit of Jackman's Wolverine.

alycakes2018d ago

I'm not so sure it's a cameo.....maybe they were filming the clip after the credits that will give us a hint of the next Wolverine movie since he is filming another Wolverine movie.

I don't know...now we all have to wait and find out.

Megaton2018d ago

Article says the scene is halfway through the movie, not after the credits.

alycakes2018d ago

How can that be? Does Wolverine not age at all? These other characters do. His other Wolverine movie where it shows him growing up with his brother shows that he does...I guess it's a flash forward maybe?

Megaton2018d ago (Edited 2018d ago )

Well Wolverine was born in the late 1800's. His regenerating ability keeps him young or makes him age slower, I assume.

http://marvel.com/universe/...

Crazay2018d ago

Thats right Aly - Wolvie is perpetually young due to his regenerating abilities.

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