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Old 07-08-2013, 08:07 PM   #26
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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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Those with HBO:

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July 19, 8:15 p.m.

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Here's a small preview for that: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yo81ejtrw5M

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Great article...interesting I always thought Mike Tyson in his younger days reminded me of Wolverine. He just gave off that feeling that he could go berserk at any minute and when he does he can do a ton of damage, just like Logan.

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Hugh Jackman: The Wolverine Makes Nice
The actor shows what it takes to achieve and maintain real success.

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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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July 9, 2013, 2:49 pm

Hugh Jackman jumped into the ocean every morning to prepare for his role in 'The Wolverine'.

The actor reprises his role as the claw-wielding anti-hero for a fifth time on the big screen and he reveals that he got into his character's angry mindset by taking a leap into the freezing cold water in Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia, where the film was shot.

He said: "One thing I do now is I jump in the ocean every morning.
"It's pretty cold, but just that feeling - that's Wolverine. Like when you have to have a shower but there's only cold water and it really pisses you off? That's how he feels 24/7."

As well as his watery habit, the actor also does quick workouts before scenes in order to appear out of breath on camera.

In an interview in Total Film magazine, he explained: "Sometimes you'll see me doing push-ups or squats before a take because I have to be out of breath on screen. I've made the mistake before of pretending to be out of breath, and then suddenly I'm hyperventilating and I'm almost passing out."

Since first bursting on to the scene as Wolverine in 2000's 'X-Men', Jackman admits the strenuous role - which includes months of dieting and physical training in preparation - is much harder to play as he's gotten older.

The 44-year-old star said: "I'll be honest with you, it gets harder. I also probably put higher expectations on myself every time. I don't get away with anything anymore!"
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Live with Kelly and Michael, July 24:

July 24 - Hugh Jackman

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Thanks narrows101..
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There's apparently going to be a feature on the movie on Entertainment Tonight tomorrow, Wed. July 10.

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There's apparently going to be a feature on the movie on Entertainment Tonight tomorrow, Wed. July 10.
I hope I catch this on TV!

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Fans around the world are invited to tune in and participate in exciting live broadcasts with the cast and director of the highly anticipated film ”The Wolverine”. A broadcast of the world premiere red carpet arrivals in London will be presented live on Tuesday, July 16th at 6:00 pm BST on www.thewolverinemovie.com and www.facebook.com/thewolverinemovie. Additionally, MSN will exclusively present a global chat with Hugh Jackman and director James Mangold on Thursday, July 18th at 4:05 pm BST. Visit MSN to apply to chat with them live, face-to-face via Skype.

Viewers will be able to see the stars arrive and watch the cast interviewed during The Wolverine premiere in London live by visiting www.thewolverinemovie.com, www.facebook.com/thewolverinemovie, and Livestream.com. The red carpet broadcast will feature free live video and text updates powered by Livestream’s live video technology to connect Wolverine fans globally. The audience can interact and contribute to the broadcast by submitting questions and comments now via Facebook and Twitter with #thewolverinelive.


WORLD PREMIERE ARRIVALS LIVE BROADCAST
WHERE: www.thewolverinemovie.com
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WHEN: Tuesday, July 16th at 6:00 pm BST (London time)
WHO: The Wolverine cast and filmmakers

The red carpet live stream player will be available to embed for sites to provide directly to their own audiences.

Additionally, MSN will host a live chat with Hugh Jackman and director James Mangold. To apply simply email 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, July 11th.

This exclusive experience allows fans from around the world to connect with the film in a way that they never have before, by asking their questions live, face-to-face using Skype. Be sure to check it out and use #msnwolverine during the event.

MSN LIVE CHAT
WHERE: entertainment.uk.msn.com
WHEN: Thursday, July 18th at 4:05 pm BST (London time)
WHO: Hugh Jackman & director James Mangold
Based on the celebrated comic book arc, this epic action-adventure takes Wolverine (Hugh Jackman), the most iconic character of the X-Men universe, to modern day Japan. Out of his depth in an unknown world he will face a host of unexpected and deadly opponents in a life-or-death battle that will leave him forever changed. Vulnerable for the first time and pushed to his physical and emotional limits, he confronts not only lethal samurai steel but also his inner struggle against his own immortality.
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Hugh on the cover of the August issue of GQ Germany (click link):

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And GQ Australia:

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Love Wolverine? Love Hugh Jackman? Of course you do! Why else would you be reading this?

Now that we have that established...have we got an event for you!

On July 23 at our AMC Empire 25 theatre in New York City, we'll be hosting an amazing fan event for THE WOLVERINE, with a special appearance by Logan himself, Hugh Jackman!

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Yeah, thought you would like that one!

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It keeps saying there are no showtimes for 7/23!

...nevermind, now its working!

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Yeah, thought you would like that one!
Are you going??

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Are you going??
No, I don't hang around the city after work, I get home late enough as it is.

Meanwhile. Hugh was interviewed outside by Melissa George at Columbus Circle today. Nice photo!

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This commercial is a riot! Espys:

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Old 07-10-2013, 08:01 PM   #49
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SCRATCH THAT! I was able to sneak in and get a pair of tickets! Ill be there woo.

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SCRATCH THAT! I was able to sneak in and get a pair of tickets! Ill be there woo.
Awesome! Congrats!

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