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First on-set picture of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine!

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This just in! We have our first on-set shot of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine in the familiar leather clothing with those huge side burns. This picture was taken in Queenstown and comes via the site ReelCollectibles.co.nz. Thanks to Paul from here for giving us the first head’s up about this. The film “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” is slated for release in 2009.

Hugh Jackson as Wolverine

italkfilm's picture

Wolverine ! I cannot wait.

Has to be the best X-men character with a close second for Jean Grey.

Next we will have to wait for X-Men Origins: Magneto , another addition to the series.


Anonymous's picture

Wolverines claws

Arn’t they thinner then x-men 1, 2 and 3? Nah it just looks like spears have been thrown into his knuckles…. Thin spears…. No blood.

dawn 's picture

hugh jackson

what a hot sexy lucious hunk of meat ooollaaaa!

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