Thanks For Leaving Me a Sobbing Mess, Logan Trailer

We started getting details for Hugh Jackman’s last Wolverine movie, Logan, recently but the first trailer will rip you apart.

No seriously though, I don’t know if you’re prepared for these feels. I certainly wasn’t. This was literally me watching the Logan trailer.

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I think this speaks to my love of Wolverine (and Jackman and Sir Patrick Stewart) but also speaks to something larger and that’s mostly due to their devastating use of Johnny Cash’s cover of Nine Inch Nails’ “Hurt.”

So anyway, if anyone needs me…

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  • It’s so gorgeous. There’s grit and drama and human heart on display. And Laura! I hope that’s Laura. I also hope they find some way to also have her in other newer X-Films that aren’t part of this dystopian future, whilst simultaneously dreading any use of time travel.

  • It’s unlikely to feature anything I legitimutantly want in it such as cybernetic dingoes, Omega Red, or a costume as snazzy as Reverse-Flash’s. It probably won’t even include the Reavers crucifying Wolverine in the Outback so Jubilee can finally contribute to the movies by rescuing him. https://mattthecatania.wordpress.com/2016/10/20/bureaucracy-kicks-godzilla-in-shin/

    • No, but it may be X-23 that rescues him instead. And I’d be alright with that.

  • Howard_Bannister

    Super effective song use.

  • George Trello

    That was an A+ trailer/song pairing.

    Hugh Jackman channeling old Mel Gibson in a mutantless-MadMax-style wasteland while road-tripping with a senile psychic Patrick Stewart is everything I didn’t know I wanted in a final Wolverine movie (X-23 was the only thing I knew I wanted) so yeah, I’m on board.

    Can’t wait for the better-be-in-this-movie scene (that hopefully wont be in any subsequent trailers) where the tiny little bi-clawed badass has to go off to save the damseled-by-a-failing-healing-factor old man Logan! :-D

  • Dzzy

    Whelp, didn’t need my heart anyways ;-;

  • So, my dream is that this ends the Fox Marvel Universe and when their world collapses, all the best bits of it are sucked into the Marvel Studios Universe…because I love that we’re getting Laura but HATE that she’s getting stuck in a post-Wolverine Mad Max world. She deserves better.

    That being said, I am so freaking onboard for Hugh Jackman’s Mutant Unforgiven.

    • WheelchairNinja

      Disney would never allow Deadpool 2 to happen, though. They’d recast and get a new director to churn out a watered-down PG-13 version. Sure, they’d probably make him all self-aware and be like “Hey, why is there this bleeping noise whenever I try to say BEEP!?” and it’d probably be funny, but it wouldn’t be a true to the character as Tim Miller’s version. And I say this as a hardcore MCU fangirl.

      • I can live with that. I’m not so sure, though. We’ve got a Luke Cage show where people say the N-word. Jessica Jones was pretty naked during her sex scene. Disney is leaning toward money.

        • WheelchairNinja

          It still means recasting and a new creative team. Look how they handled acquiring Spidey and Star Wars: throw everything out (i.e. all five Spider-Man movies, everything except the six movies and Clone Wars show) and start from scratch. Disney doesn’t like using stuff they didn’t create themselves.

          • I don’t really think anything of value was lost with the Spider-man deal. As for the books, I will mourn Jacen and Jaina…but only so much. tbh, the Expanded Universe was bloated and repetitious and…didn’t Jacen turn evil? Or get killed? I’m not so sure that they’d recast Ryan Reynolds, anyway.