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Old 06-28-2013, 06:49 PM   #1
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Men's Fitness - Hugh's workout routine:

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Old 06-28-2013, 08:49 PM   #2
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Complete Men's Fitness article:

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Hugh Jackman: No More Mr. Nice Guy

'The Wolverine' star talks to Men's Fitness about his journey from a skinny 170-pound 23-year-old to a Hollywood A-lister.


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Old 06-28-2013, 09:19 PM   #3
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Extensive interview with Mangold:

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After Iron Man 3 and Man of Steel, audiences might feel superheroed out this summer. However, watching the first 20 minutes of the film, it’s obvious The Wolverine isn’t anything like those massive films. Audiences have already seen the character in X-Men, X-Men United, X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men Origins: Wolverine (and to some extent X-Men: First Class) but here Mangold is digging deeper with the character, telling a much more personal story.

I, along with reps from Latino Review, FirstShowing and ScreenRant, sat down with Mangold for a half hour to discuss the film. While the previous article had some highlights of that talk, what you’ll find below is the full transcript. In the discussion we talked about working around the constructs of the Frank Miller/Chris Claremont Wolverine story, the original movies, his trepidations about the project, how the superhero audience is changing, how Christopher Nolan’s approached influenced him, if he had to hand off to Days of Future Past, developing the bullet train sequence, marketing in the Internet age, meeting Mark Millar, the work of Darren Aronofsky and Christopher McQuarrie and more.

If you’re looking forward to The Wolverine, this interview is packed with insight and information. It’s a great long read.
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I got the Empire magazine yesterday.


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Love that cover picture. Looks proper bad-ass.

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I love the words: "The man. The mutant. The sequel they deserve."

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Video - Hugh and his wife Deb on 60 Mins. Australia - there are some shots of scenes being filmed and Mangold directing the scenes. Also Hugh talking about when he first got the role as Wolverine. It's about 17 mins.

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Video - Hugh and his wife Deb on 60 Mins. Australia - there are some shots of scenes being filmed and Mangold directing the scenes. Also Hugh talking about when he first got the role as Wolverine. It's about 17 mins.

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Men's Health magazine - nice photos!

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Hugh Jackman: Wolverine unleashed my ‘explosive’ rage
Sunday 30 Jun 2013 11:00 pm



Hugh Jackman unleashes the beast as Wolverine. (Picture Patrik Giardino/Men’s Health)

Hugh Jackman says filming The Wolverine has allowed him to unleash his explosive inner beast in a controlled way after revealing he’s been keeping the lid on personal anger issues.

‘When I was younger I was very explosive. I used to let most of it out playing rugby. I’m not as explosive now but in a sense it’s still there,’ confessed the Aussie hunk.

‘It’s in our DNA. Aggression is a primal thing and it needs to be exorcised in some way; far better to have it in a controlled violent environment. So in a way playing Wolverine is good therapy.’

The 44-year-old said he’s gone to great lengths to calm down over the last two decades.

‘I meditate. I’ve been doing it for the last 20 years. I practise different strains of meditation and its really changed my life. It is not a religious thing.’



In a sweat: Hugh Jackman says he’s a meat fiend. Pic: Patrik Giardino/ Men’s Health

Meanwhile, the beefcake says he now plans to become a vegan after consuming ridiculous piles of red meat to get ripped for the new superhero flick, which hits our cinema screens next month.

‘I eat one steak a day minimum. Now I don’t know any doctors recommending a 12oz steak every day. I’m pretty sure that’s not good. And my carbon footprint is disgusting,’ Jackman told Men’s Health magazine.

‘Still, I think after this film I need to be vegan for a while, just as my way of giving back to the animals.’

Jackman, who showed off his ribbed body in Les Miserables, says he pushed his body to the limit to perfect his clawed X-Men fighter.

He said: ‘The bottom line is you’ve got to train until you want to throw up and you have to eat until you want to throw up. And that’s pretty much it.’

Read the full interview in Men’s Health August issue on sale on Wednesday.




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Old 06-30-2013, 08:25 PM   #11
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Oh good! I don't have to pick up the mag. LOL I was trying to covertly take pics of fitness routine from the mag pages at the book store yesterday but I just couldn't justify picking up the entire issue. Yes I'm a cheap-o

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Old 07-01-2013, 06:25 AM   #12
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To celebrate the upcoming release of The Wolverine on July 25, and with thanks to Twentieth Century Fox Australia, we will be giving away 10 The Wolverine prize packs at Oz Comic-Con Melbourne on July 6 and 7. With two of the prize packs containing a special bonus - a photo of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, which has been signed by the star!

To be in the running to win one of these awesome prize packs, you will need to be at Oz Comic-Con Melbourne and locate our official Wolverine cosplayer. Once you’ve tracked down our cosplayer, you will need to take a photo of yourself with him and tweet it to us at the official Oz Comic-Con Twitter account (@OzComicCon). Be as creative as you like with the photo and have fun – just remember to include the text ‘I found The Wolverine @OzComicCon’. And don’t forget to add the hashtag #OCCMelbourne.

The Wolverine prize packs include:
Double in-season pass to see The Wolverine
X-Men Origins: Wolverine DVD
The Wolverine film poster
The Wolverine promotional picture
Watch
Notebook
Claw Hand
T-shirt

AND two lucky winners will also take home a photo signed by The Wolverine star, Hugh Jackman.

The competition will run from 9:30am-4:30pm on July 6 and July 7. We will be giving away 5 prize packs each day, with the first winner selected each day also receiving the signed photo. Check out the Oz Comic-Con Twitter feed and Facebook page both mornings for a picture of our official Wolverine cosplayer.

Prizes supplied with thanks to Twentieth Century Fox Australia and The Lantern Group.


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Win a Skype Chat with Hugh Jackman

To celebrate the upcoming release of The Wolverine, tell us why you are the biggest Wolverine fan and what question you’d ask Hugh Jackman or James Mangold if you could get to ask them live, face to face on Skype!

We’re looking for the biggest Wolverine fans in the world so get creative to show us it’s you! Whether it's written, a photo, video or something else entirely - you'll need to stand out from the crowd! You must be 15 or over to participate. If you submit one of the questions that we choose, you'll get the opportunity to ask your question to Hugh Jackman and James Mangold live via Skype.

To apply simply email us your name, country in which you reside along with your question and why you’re the biggest Wolverine fan to msnlivewith@microsoft.com stating ‘Wolverine’ in the subject line between now and Wednesday the 11th of July 2013.

If you don't make the final cut, don't worry - you can still join in on the day and ask a question via twitter using the hash tag: #msnwolverine

Note that in order to participate you'll need a computer with a webcam and Skype installed, and connected to a high-speed internet connection. Additionally, by participating you agree that Microsoft and its affiliates may transmit and archive your image and likeness as part of our interview and this interview will be accessible via the internet throughout the world entirely at Microsoft's exclusive discretion. Don't have Skype? You can download it here
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I wonder what the "Unseen pics" are.

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I wonder what the "Unseen pics" are.
*pictures we haven't seen before.



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"20th Century Fox will present at Comic Con International in San Diego on Saturday, July 20th from 4:15pm-5:45pm in Hall H. The studio has yet to announce presentation details, but many are expecting panels for both THE WOLVERINE (which releases the following week) and X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST (which releases before Comic Con 2014).

In February, Bryan Singer hinted at attending the event, tweeting…"


http://x-menfilms.com/2013/07/07/20t...-thewolverine/

It starts at 16:15.

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"20th Century Fox will present at Comic Con International in San Diego on Saturday, July 20th from 4:15pm-5:45pm in Hall H. The studio has yet to announce presentation details, but many are expecting panels for both THE WOLVERINE (which releases the following week) and X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST (which releases before Comic Con 2014).

In February, Bryan Singer hinted at attending the event, tweeting…"


http://x-menfilms.com/2013/07/07/20t...-thewolverine/

It starts at 16:15.
The link didn't work, here's the correct one - but I didn't see any video that's 16:15, all I see is a video with a commercial.

http://x-menfilms.com/2013/07/07/20t...-thewolverine/

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Australia's "Sunday Style":

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It’s Australia’s favourite day and Wolverine’s back! We’re celebrating our favourite home-grown hero, Hugh Jackman. He shares everything from family matters to sneaky midnight snacks.


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I am trying to find something about the new total film mag and..zero.. have anybody seen it? Anything new?

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Bleeding Cool interview:

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On Set Interview: Hugh Jackman Pitches Us His Vision Of The Wolverine
Posted on July 8, 2013 by Brendon Connelly

Late last year, I travelled down to Australia and visited the set of The Wolverine. During my trip, I spoke to most of the film’s key cast and crew, and I’ve been sharing reports here under the WSR tag.

Today, I’m going to share what Hugh Jackman told me. Here are some of his comments on The Wolverine, on Logan, on studying the young Mike Tyson, taking advice from The Rock and changing the film’s storyline from the comics.

The script that Christopher McQuarrie originally delivered was fantastic, and that’s why Darren Aronofsky first came on board. But for personal reasons Aronofsky couldn’t continue, and that obviously caused delay. Then there were delays with my schedule, there were delays here and there. But there was never a doubt that the movie was going to be made, so I never had that worry. Fox were committed to it.

And it was worth the wait. I’ve waited 12 years for this Japanese saga, this samurai story. From the very first week I had on X-Men, I was reading this comic, and Lauren Shuler Donner and I were saying, “Oh one day, you never know, hopefully we’ll get to this story.” Maybe in the past we’ve had time where we’ve had late changes of director but have also been backed into a release date so we’ve had to push. It was nice to know that we started this film with something really solid and we weren’t going to start shooting until it was a 100% right.

I’ve always found it fascinating and, I’ll admit, slightly frustrating that we’ve never delivered what I would say is the core of the character. In this story you get to see the ultimate Wolverine. You get to see who he really is. You definitely see him at his most vulnerable, both physically and emotionally, and we’ve had the preparation time, so we were really in great shape to deliver that.

In the X-Men movies, there are all these characters, many character arcs and the real difficulty with that comes in needing to serve so many different story lines in one, keeping the overall world of X-Men in play. So it’s a very difficult task, although Brian Singer did a brilliant job in starting that and also setting a tone that didn’t exist before. There was no Christopher Nolan Batman back then, comic book movies were as cold as ice. A comic book movie where you cared about the characters didn’t exist. So give Singer a lot of credit for what he created there.

I’m really pleased that the fans have seemingly embraced me in the part and I love playing the part. I never thought my run would last this long, particularly for a guy who can’t age. Obviously there is a shelf life to playing this role.

I think, for whatever reason there were a number of things working against us at the time X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but we all put our heart and soul into it. Honestly, when I watched it, I said “I still don’t feel like we’ve delivered who my vision of this character is,” and I think it’s the fans’ vision as well. So I’m really thrilled we got another shot at it.

There’s a number of things at play here. One is that human-animal war that’s going on within Logan, which, hopefully on a far smaller scale, we can identify as something we all have on a day-to-day basis. It’s the chaos-control theory. The claws are an embodiment of the animalistic side to him. They come out, generally, with rage, and Wolverine’s a character who is at war with himself and with that rage as much as anything. In a way, you could say his greatest enemy is himself.

In this movie, he starts at his lowest point. In the beginning, he’s without purpose, he’s without a reason, and through the samurai story and through being in this foreign land, he’s forced to embrace who he is… or not. I won’t give it away.

Wolverine hasn’t got the most spectacular powers of all the X-Men. He can’t fly, he can’t jump, no laserbeams. He’s got a healing ability which is fantastic and of course, these claws. I think his greatest weapon is who he is inside, regardless of the powers.

If you took away all their powers, I’m pretty sure, of all the X-Men, Wolverine’s the one you don’t want to piss off. He’s the one you want on your side, and definitely not against you because he just won’t stop until he’s dead, or you’re dead. You’d be dead first, usually.

I definitely know that internal rage. I think one of the things I always loved about the comics was this idea that, this character, when he goes into what they call “Berserker Rage”, when he goes berserk, that white blind rage which he has, i makes him incredibly powerful. But it’s also a great flaw. It’s almost like he loses consciousness of what he’s doing. And during that, he can do great damage as well.

I can remember feeling like that vividly, at times. Usually, and luckily, that took place for me on a rugby field where it was somehow sanctioned, all this violence.

I would say this film’s got a generally darker overtone to it. You see him at a much lower ebb. Jim [director James Mangold] and I were very adamant that any kind of quipping, or one liners should never come at the expense of what’s really going on for him in an emotional sense. But usually that’s true in life: the ones who are more deeply, internally in pain are often, on the surface, be more sardonic and can quip and make one liners.

The trick is really getting the line right, so it doesn’t become hammy. I find myself ad-libbing a lot, and I’m sure 90% of the ad-lbs end up on the cutting room floor. Then again, in X-Men 1 most of the funny lines were ad-libbed. So sometimes they work.

One of the great things about having the preparation time is that we started about 18 months before filming, when I first thought we were going to gear up and go. I changed my training for this. Over the years I’ve got smarter with it. Unfortunately I realised I needed to train a little harder to get what I wanted for this film – a leaner, more animalistic look. And I wanted to be as big as I possibly could be, which is hard for me because I’m quite skinny, so I started eating six or seven meals a day from January, and training about three hours a day.

I rang Dwayne [Johnson] for help. I saw him between The Tooth Fairy and Fast and Furious 6, and he’d put on 25 pounds, which, in muscle, is a lot. It really is hard to put on that amount of muscle, and he did it in six months. He sent me this entire diet, 6000 calories a day, and said “this is what you do,” and so I basically followed that.

I don’t want to implicitly just say “He becomes a martial artist” or “He becomes a samurai.” What happens is that Wolverine is a warrior by nature, a man whose weapons and strength are not pretty, more instinctive, a little more brutal. I think I’ve told you guys before I used to watch a lot of Mike Tyson videos, looking at him as an early boxer. That’s what I tried to model Logan on. And what happens in this story, following the comic book arc, is that he realises, actually, being a warrior doesn’t always work for him and that, somehow the calmer, more efficient, more disciplined approach of the samurai is more effective.

And so, in a painful way, he learns many lessons, and adapts. That’s one thing I think is good about Wolverine: he can adapt. And so we do see him adapting, I’m not going to say he’s going to finish a triple black-belt, but you do see him adjust his style. I’ve been learning the new fighting style a lot for this, which is great.

I would say the overtones in this movie probably expands a little more from the idea of discrimination of minorities, more to discussion of life and death and more elemental questions of “What’s our purpose? Why do live? Who are we?” and that kind of thing. That’s sort of the battle Wolverine is struggling with.

We just did a scene where he’s questioned about “his kind,” and it bristles lots, so that still obviously is there, the differences between mutants and everybody else is very much part of the X-Men lore, and I think people really attach to it and just relate to it so much, particularly teenagers.

But this film’s themes are even more epic, even bigger than that.


There are reasons we’ve had to change the story from the comics which I don’t want to give away, but there are more similarities than differences. For the purpose of story and film, and for less of a rambling arc, it has been changed. Fans will definitely be excited by the handling of the comic, fans and will definitely see the many similarities.

The moment the studio decided to call it The Wolverine I was thrilled.

Rather than saying Wolverine 2, we’re saying this is a stand alone, different movie. This is set at a different time, it’s a fair way after X-Men Origins, we’re in a different location. And Jim Mangold’s a terrific director who has brought a visual style that is different from all the other X-Men movies. I think it’s going to feel very fresh.


Thanks again to Hugh Jackman for taking the time to talk to me, and for letting me try on the claws – which is something I went into detail about in a recent issue of Bleeding Cool Magazine, but in short, involves holding your wrist just so to maintain the illusion of the blades extending beyond the wrist.

It was a pretty geeky time, I can tell you.

The Wolverine will be released on July 25th. More from the set reports between now and then.
http://www.bleedingcool.com/2013/07/...n-round-table/

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