Darren Aronofsky’s ‘Wolverine’ Sequel Will Be A Standalone Film

Sunday, November 14 by

Darren Aronofsky discussed some of his plans for the Wolverine sequel (which I guess means this is actually happening), and it sounds like this could be a really good movie about a guy who has knives jutting out of his metacarpus. First off, the sequel is going to completely disavow its predecessor X-Men Origins: Wolverine, in favor of being a standalone (read: awesome) film.

In order to distance it from the previous misfire, the film will not be called Wolverine 2, rather The Wolverine. Aronofsky’s talent for telling dark, gritty, complex, thoughtful, character studies should be well-applied to Logan’s time spent in Japan, and highlight the more tortured aspects of the mutant. Though I’m excited to see a Wolverine more grounded in reality, I do feel an “ass-to-ass” scene between Wolverine and Sabretooth would be completely out of place. Please do not include. (HitFix)

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COMMENTS

  1. November 14, 2010 10:51 am

    TinyDickman

    Thank Space Jesus!


  2. November 14, 2010 10:51 am

    P1Steven

    Nothing will ever be as crappy as the Superman movie. Superman had a son? WTF!?! Everyone knows his sexy time explosion could not be contained by a human vagina.


  3. November 14, 2010 10:51 am

    DarthTech

    I love how it is acceptable to immediately reboot a “franchise” when the first movie of a planned trilogy completely fails. Are we suppose to forget the disaster that was the first Wolverine movie?