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I was surfing in the net and found this....
Fecha de Estreno en Argentina
SAM13 (Solo apta mayores de 13 años)
from a cine site from argentina. Could this be the real duration? 85 min.? With credits..
I'm not surprise this is a small movie, plot wise, but that small??
I know quantity isnt quality but i was hoping for a near 120 min..
Well, now i found an oficial spanish movie site with this:
Lobezno inmortal (2013)
NacionalidadGéneroDuración Estados UnidosAcción, Aventura, Fantasía, Ciencia Ficción, Saga, 3D2h y 16 min Del director James Mangold
Con Hugh Jackman, Brian Tee, Will Yun Lee, Hiroyuki Sanada
Título original película "The Wolverine", duración 136 minutos
Thats better... 136 minutes..Yuppi.
Also all these sites indicate it's 136 minutes long:
2 hours and 16 minutes.Very nice.That means not counting the credits It will be at least 2
hours long possibly as long as 2 hours and 6 minutes.And of course we know we will get a post credit scene.
Marvel yesterday released a new hardcover from Claremont and Miller Wolverine which has issues 1-4 and uncanny X-Men 172-173. So yeah I have been meaning to read this story and just bought me a copy.
YAY! Longest X-Men movie to date!
Hugh looking so vascular.
Wow it's about the same length of X2. Sounds good to me.
I'm assuming it won't be rated R? Not too surprising, but I was hoping it could be.
Mangold said in a set interview that there could be an R-rated (or unrated) cut released on DVD/BluRay(etc). There are a bunch of alternate takes apparently.
Link to the Slashfilm set visit, here: http://www.slashfilm.com/25-things-i-learned-on-the-set-of-the-wolverine/
I'd love it see an R version, but I'll gladly see a PG-13 version in theaters given that the movie is good. Now that MoS has came and went, this is my new most anticipated film.
I don't really see the need of making a R-18 Wolverine movie. Like story-wise, would it improve the story? There would be more blood, more violence and more explicit language but more of those aren't really needed to come up with a great movie especially for a comic-book character like Wolverine. And in terms of earning more money, it wouldn't help the film if its R-18.
I'm not saying it'd be better, but something about seeing Wolverine completely rip people apart like in Wolverine Uncaged would be cool IMO.
ooh, r rated home release? count me in
wolverine is a violent character, let's face it, he has claws that cut through anything. i loved the origins game on ps3 because it embraced the gore. it made sense.
as for the cinema release, i hope they push the pg13 rating (M rating in australia) as much as they can
An R rated cut would be beyond awesome! Would love to see Wolverine actually be able to snikt slash without restrictions.
So adding in cg blood and a little longer action scenes, that's my guess.
I am all for a pg-13 release and a R director cut DVD, as stated above he is not a kid friendly character, he is a Teen/ adult character. When you cut something with six Nine inch claws they tend to fall apart or at the very least you know, bleed.
His claws in this picture look so f'in good!!!!!
I'm all for an "uncut" home release, but I already know it'd be on the Blu Ray only