'Logan' Release Date, News & Update : A Sad Super Hero Movie?

By Samille Jan Abada , Updated Oct 22, 2016 10:24 PM EDT

Another Marvel movie is coming, and this time Wolverine will show up in the big screen for its third and last installment. Hugh Jackman will resume his role as Wolverine from the "X-Men" movie series and "Wolverine" Movie series for the last time in the upcoming film "Logan".

The movie is set on 2024, where Wolverine and Professor X struggles with the loss of X-men and all the mutants either disappeared or went into hiding as they were being targeted by government assassins. "Logan", the final conclusion for the "Wolverine" movie series, projects Wolverine as tired, grim and lonely on the first trailer of the movie.

IMBD revealed the plot of the movie showing that Wolverine is slowly losing his healing abilities and Professor X is sick with Alzheimer's. With Nathaniel Essex destroying the world, the two mutants must find a way to defeat him. And along the way, Logan found a girl, Laura Kinney, who has powers which are very similar to Wolverine.

The first trailer for the last "Wolverine" movie was released on Oct. 22, 2016 and it has only revealed so little for the coming movie. The song used was "Hurt" by Nine Inch Nails, performed by Johnny Cash. The overall feel of the trailer suggests "Logan" might be different from the usual "X-Men" Movies, CNET stated.

The movie might have a darker and deeper approach compared to the usual Marvel superhero movies. The trailer showed Wolverine fighting his way through a battalion of soldiers just to protect the girl who might become his successor as her power may be very much akin to his.

And one thing that the fans would contemplate throughout the movie is the relation of the two characters, Wolverine and Laura. It is not clear how Logan met Laura or whether they are father and daughter. "Logan" will be out on Mar. 3, 2017 in theaters.

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