Professor X returns to reach out to The Wolverine, known only by another name. The new title of the second trailer about the mysterious mutant with the adamantium blades like steel, Logan.

The two-minute movie reel released, January 19 by 20th Century Fox with another legacy to uphold to further its mutant tent pole. “Logan” reappears years later, future-tense and skulking along the border between Mexico and the United States.

He is saddled with another worry other looking after an aging Professor Xavier, he has to mutant-sit another human with the mutant gene, and she’s an angrier, wilder doppelganger of himself.

A defiant teen who can slice the attitude off a gnat when she’s crossed, and she has abilities that rival Logan’s that even she may be unable to control.

Hugh Jackman's "The Wolverine" watch and tweet

The trailer releases in partnership with Marvel and will screen in large format across theatres early spring and in IMAX. The story was conceived by scribes David James Kelly and James Mangold and produced by Simon Kinberg along with P.G.A. alums Lauren Shuler Donner and Hutch Parker.

Fox Movies glimpsed comic story fans Tuesday with peeks of its one sheets for “The Wolverine” that it shared as a movie tie-in by the actor in the tile role, Hugh Jackman.

Jackman tweeted across social media confirming the Studio was preparing a social onslaught with Jackman starting hashtag trends with a single moniker.


Logan” will queue on movie screens after Fox Movie’s release of “Assassin’s Creed” with “Alien Covenant” franchise’s Michael Fassbender in the title role, May 19. “Covenant” is 20th Century Fox’s skein in its pre-summer line up before its theatrical release of the highly anticipated “War for the Planet of the Apes” this July.

Mangold took to Twitter to share on set photography showcasing the younger wolverine-like star, with single moniker, ‘Dafne’. Mangold also co-wrote the feature’s screenplay with writers Scott Frank and Michael Green while spearheading as the film’s director.

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The Studio is blending the movie’s exposure to also include Instagram.

Its media sharing includes location and stills taken of dog tags tto a watermarked page script.

Watch and tweet “Logan” as it prepares to take its bow in movie theaters following its second trailer version, March 3, 2017, a week after the 2017 Oscars.