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X-Men Fans Unite: “The Wolverine” Returns!

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Logan (Hugh Jackman) and Mariko (Tao Okamoto) make their way through a dangerous situation. Photo credit: James Fisher.

Logan (Hugh Jackman) and Mariko (Tao Okamoto) make their way through a dangerous situation. Photo credit: James Fisher.

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DETROIT (WWJ) – X-Men fans, it’s time to celebrate: Wolverine is baaack!

In Marvel’s latest movie about one of the world’s favorite X-Men, “The Wolverine” is an action-packed nonstop adrenaline rush that features Hugh Jackman returning to the Big Screen as Wolverine. In his latest adventure, Wolverine, aka Logan, embarks on a wild journey through modern Japan.

Logan (Wolverine’s name when he’s not saving the world) is lured to Japan by an old acquaintance, a Japanese soldier he met and saved at a Japanese prison camp during World War II. Having kept a low-key lifestyle since the war, Logan is lured to Japan where he finds himself coming face-to-face with a shadowy figure. He ends up on the run with Mariko (Tao Okamoto), heiress to Japan’s most profitable company. While on the run with Mariko, he’s confronted with a choice he’s never faced before: the choice to become mortal.

Ralph Sylvester

Ralph Sylvester

This story pits Wolverine up against some of his toughest foes yet. Of course, there are plenty of battle scenes – as there are in all X-Men movies – but none compare to the fight atop a speeding Bullet Train! Not to mention the shocking climactic battle scene.

Check out “The Wolverine” to see what we mean!

“The Wolverine” also stars Rila Fukushima as Yukio, Wolverine’s “bodyguard”.

See you at the movies!

Rated PG-13.

NOTE: This review of “The Wolverine” was co-written by Ralph Sylvester, son of WWJ Entertainment Reporter Terri Lee. Ralph is a huge X-Men fan, and was anxious to participate in writing this review. He can be reached on Twitter @1HollywoodGuru.

Ralph also wrote the review for “X-Men First Class“.

Follow Terri on Twitter @TerriJLee

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