The Wolverine Movie Information And Review

| July 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Wolverine MovieThe first large panel in Hall H was the Fox panel for “The Day the Earth Stood Still” and “Max Payne”. Keanu Reeves was there for “The Day the Earth Stood Still” and Mark Wahlberg was there for Max Payne. Then Hugh Jackman made a surprise appearance to promote the Wolverine movie coming out in 2013. Though, it seemed the biggest event of the day was the second panel in Hall H. It was a panel for the new teen vampire movie Twilight – thousands of screaming girls. (When I am trying to find out information on a new movie, I just go to Movies.com)

With so many kick ass movies out this year it would be easy to choose a character: The Baroness(GI Joe), lt Uhura (star trek), someone from Harry Potter, If you had the time and patience a sweet transformer, an Xmen from the Wolverine movie, or you could be one of the million Michael Jackson tribute costumers.

The first large panel in Hall H was the Fox panel for “The Day the Earth Stood Still” and “Max Payne”. Keanu Reeves was there for “The Day the Earth Stood Still” and Mark Wahlberg was there for Max Payne. Then Hugh Jackman made a surprise appearance to promote the Wolverine movie coming out in 2009. Though, it seemed the biggest event of the day was the second panel in Hall H. It was a panel for the new teen vampire movie Twilight – thousands of screaming girls. (When I am trying to find out information on a new movie, I just go to 104Movie.com)

On September 15, 2009, Fox Home Entertainment released X-Men Origins: Wolverine on DVD and Blu-ray disc. The two-disc Blu-ray includes commentary by Hood, another commentary by producers Lauren Shuler Donner and Ralph Winter, the featurette “The Roots of Wolverine: A Conversation with X-Men creators Stan Lee and Len Wein”, the featurette “Wolverine Unleashed: The Complete Origins”, 10 character chronicles, two more featurettes, a trivia track, deleted scenes with commentary from Hood, two alternate sequences, a Fox Movie Channel premiere featurette and imdb BD Live technology. Disc two of the set includes a digital copy. In addition, a Wal-Mart exclusive 3-disc set, which includes a standard DVD copy of the film was also released. The two-DVD special edition includes the two commentaries, the featurette with Stan Lee and Len Wein, an origins feature, deleted and alternate scenes, and an anti-smoking PSA on disc one; disc two has a digital copy of the film. The single-disc DVD release has the origins featurette and anti-smoking PSA.

Best Movies 2013:

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A Reason To Get Excited. Year 2013 give us a lot of joy, with top movies like Man of Steel, The Fast and the Furious 6, After Earth, Iron Man 3, A Good Day to Die Hard, The Wolverine, The Lone Ranger, Monsters University, Oz: The Great and Powerful, Pacific Rim and other great movies to watch. We try to make a list with the best movies 2013 that you will be happy to share with your friends.

Big screen movies based on comics characters have proven to be a massive boost to the film industry in recent years, but which of them are the most successful overall? We took a look at the ten comic movies that have taken the most money worldwide at the box office to bring you this comprehensive list. Of course, as The Dark Knight is still showing at cinemas everywhere, its place will no doubt change, but for now this is how the top ten stands, and is quite surprising.

10. BATMAN BEGINS Christopher Nolan’s first Batman film is surprisingly low in the chart taking into account just how influential it turned out to be. A masterclass in reinvention, it is a gritty, gripping film that will be enjoyed for a long time to come. Worldwide box office: 352 million dollars

9. SUPERMAN RETURNS X-men director Bryan Singer brought the Man of Steel back to our screens for this rather dull offering in which not a great deal happens. Brandon Routh was spot on as Clark and Superman though. Worldwide Box Office: 389 million dollars

8. X-MEN 2 (aka X2 or X-MEN UNITED) The X-Men trilogy’s 2nd part sits at number 8 in the top ten comic movies. A nigh-on perfect melding of character and action, this is by far the most complete entry in the X franchise, and pleased both fans and critics alike. Worldwide Box Office: 406 million dollars

7. BATMAN Tim Burton’s vision of the Batman saga began with this 1989 film. While it is far from flawless, it was a masterful retelling of the war between Batman and the Joker, and featured excellent performances from lead actors Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson. Worldwide Box Office: 413 million dollars

6. X-MEN: THE LAST STAND The third part of the X-Men movie series certainly had its faults, but fans still flocked to it in droves. The film took some great big liberties with established X-men lore, but it performed well enough at the box office to warrant a new Wolverine solo movie to be made, as well as the forthcoming Magneto film. Worldwide Box Office: 455 million dollars

5. IRON MAN The first film to star Robert Downey Jr as Tony Stark and Iron man proved to be a huge worldwide hit at the box office and is set to spawn two sequels, as well as kick starting the whole “Marvel Movie Universe” as a coherent world in its own right. The film is pretty much a perfect move from page to screen for Shellhead. World Box Office: 567 million dollars

4. THE DARK KNIGHT The latest Batman movie is still being shown in cinemas, and thus its place in the top ten will no doubt change soon (check back for updates!). This second entry in the Christopher Nolan helmed new series of films is darker, grittier and more harrowing than the previous film, and features a sterling turn from the late Heath Ledger as the Joker. The film is being hailed as a masterpiece. Worldwide Box Office (So far): 712 million dollars

3. SPIDER-MAN 2 When Spider-man faced down Doctor Octopus, fans all over the world watched in awe as Sam Raimi brought us the definitive Spider-Man film. This second part of the Spider-Man franchise is without a doubt the most faithful movie rendition of a Marvel Comics property thus far, and the moment in which Mary Jane discovers who Spider-man really is still hits the spot today. Worldwide Box Office: 783 million dollars

2. SPIDER-MAN The first big screen adventure for the legendary webslinger was loved by fans young an old despite some viewers taking issue with certain elements of the film such as the Green Goblin?s odd, Power rangers styled costume. The film was a relentlessly exciting piece of popcorn cinema that brought us some of the best visuals ever to grace a comic book movie. Worldwide Box Office: 806 million dollars

1.SPIDER-MAN 3 At present, the third Spider-Man movie is the biggest comic book film of all time. No doubt the Dark Knight will give it a run for its money in weeks to come (The Dark Knight has already had a higher grossing initial two weeks than Spider-Man 3), but for now, Spidey retains his crown as the biggest box-office draw. Featuring the villains Sandman and Venom, as well as the new Goblin, this was loved by some and hated by others, but it stands as the biggest of the Marvel films so far, and has brought about the dawning of a new Spider-man series of movies as well as a proposed Venom solo film. Worlwide Box Office: 885 million dollars As you can see from the above evidence, superheroes and comic book movies are massive business, and the genre continues to grow each year with more characters coming to the big screen and more classic stories being told in live action for a whole new audience.

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