The filmmaker James Mangold took it to Twitter last night to share updates about the mega-budget film “Logan.”

He says that a Black And White version of the movie will swing into theaters for one night. It means people looking to see the black and white version of “Logan” should keep the calendar open on May 16. The director got inspiration from George Miller’s blockbuster “Black and Chrome,” and officially announced that his movie would be out in black and white to attract more fans.

This March, James was asked some questions about the monochrome Marvel Universe.

It seems that he is ready to entertain the fans with something unique, but only for one night.

‘Logan’ – the film

Logan” is one of the best Hollywood movies. It is based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. “Logan” is a joint project of TSG Entertainment, The Donner’s Company, and Marvel Entertainment. Upon its release in black and white version, 20th Century Fox will distribute the movie worldwide.

Logan” is the tenth film in the “X-Men” series, and the third Wolverine movie after “X-Men Origins: Wolverine,” and “The Wolverine.” According to James, the story is inspired by a novel of the same name by Steve McNiven and Mark Millar. Hugh Jackman plays the title role, Logan, with Michael Green and Scott Frank serving as screenplay writers and Patrick Stewart co-starring as Charles.

Richard Grant, Stephen Marchant, Boyd Holbrook, Dafne Keen, Elise Neal, Elizabeth Rodriquez, and Eriq La Salle are also featured in the movie.

James Mangold stated that the film is shot in Mississippi, Louisiana, Los Angeles, and New Mexico.

Logan” is made with an estimated budget of $97 million, and the story revolves around several mutants who are about to disappear from the surface of Earth.

The primary mutant, Logan, is a popular chauffeur in Texas. His healing factors have faltered, and the body is damaging day by day. Logan lives with another mutant, Caliban, in Mexico.

The production and marketing

In 2013, 20th Fox Century began negotiations with James for a new solo movie, and Lauren Donner was recruited to co-produce the feature under The Donners' Company. In those days, Donner was producing “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” so could not continue working. Shortly after the release and success of “The Wolverine,” Mangold confirmed that pre-production of “Logan” had begun.

Since October 2016, Fox has released dozens of trailers for “Logan,” including a ten-second sneak peek at the main characters.

The film will be available on DVD, Digital HD, and Blue-ray, on May 23. On Rotten Tomatoes, it has a score of 8 out of 10 based on 243 critics.

On Metacritic, the film scored 74 out of 100 based on 67 reviews. It’s not the first time when James is releasing his film in black and white. Last year, he won our hearts with a black and white version of “Mad Max: Fury Road,” and the movie earned over $540 million at the box office.