Director James Mangold explains comic fans his new film “The Wolverine” and the relationship to the “X-Men” universe
2013 for all comic fans could be a golden year. New film about the hero “Iron Man,” “Superman” and “Thor” are waiting in the wings. There would also be involved with James Mangold’s “The Wolverine” vigorously.
The director explained some details now and explained the status of his story in “X-Men” universe. Here, the fans are more demanding when it comes to the big screen adventures of their favorite heroes. James Mangold, director of “The Wolverine”, is now on the offensive and announced many details about his new X-Men spin-off with actor Hugh Jackman (“Les Miserables”).So shall “The Wolverine” will not reboot, but no relation to the previous “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” and the other X-Men are parts: “The history is to settled ‘X-Men 3′, but I would call it not a sequel to ‘X-Men 3′, “says Mangold.
It was important that the audience Logan experience free from obligations to the X-Men and other alliances. “I was fascinated by the Logan show as a lone samurai without a master or personal purpose,” says the director. It would only be to his advantage to move over to the movie ‘X-Men films. “The X-Men are over, many of the main characters died, so it was only sensible ‘The Wolverine’ to have a longer time after the last X-Men movie playing.”
Also speaks Mangold (“Knight and Day”) on the close of the film to the comic book templates: “It’s about a lot more than just reflect the mood of the comics,” says Mangold. “Many of the characters and stories are appearing in the film.” Of course, you do if adaptations always some changes from the original, but “all the characters like Yukio, Viper, Mariko, Shingen and Logan are also found in the film” reaffirms Mangold.
Replace Will Forte and Tim Robbins, Ty Burrell and Dennis Quaid in “Jackie Brown” prequel “The Switch”
Will Forte and Tim Robbins joining the cast of the prequel to Quentin Tarantino’s “Jackie Brown” and replace Ty Burrell and Dennis Quaid, who cannot participate due to scheduling reasons. Forte and Robbins thus expanding the cast of Jennifer Aniston, John Hawkes, Yasiin Bey and Isla Fisher. Hawkes and Bey, formerly known as Mos Def hatch, for “The Switch” on the roles of Ordell Robbie and Louis Gara, which were embodied in Tarantino’s film of Samuel L. Jackson and Robert De Niro.
The film by director Dan Shechter based as Tarantino’s “Jackie Brown” on a book by Elmore Leonard. Robbie and Gara, who know each other from jail, want to come up with a kidnapping of money. For this purpose, they grab the wife (Aniston), a wealthy real estate broker (Robbins). Too bad that has a mistress and sees the chance finally get rid of his hated wife…