1. Weird

    Hugh Jackman Performing Wolverine: The Musical Is The One Les Mis Parody To Rule Them All

    You should have clicked the play button immediately, but in case you need more convincing: it's Hugh Jackman singing about being Wolverine to the tune of "Who Am I?" from Les Mis. Yup. The best part isn't even the cheeseball lyrics about his diet and exercise routine, it's watching Jackman try to get through them without breaking character.

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  2. Entertainment

    Jackman Says What We Were Already Thinking, Admits He’s Probably Retired His Wolverine Claws

    In an interview with IGN's Scott Collura, Hugh Jackman said he likely won't play Wolverine for a ninth time.

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  3. Entertainment

    Okay But What If Cyclops And Wolverine Were Actually Cats Though [VIDEO]

    Superhero fan and filmmaker Kaipo Jones loves cats almost as much as he loves the X-Men. After posting X-Men Origins: Cyclops Cat a few months back, Jones has continued his X-Cats series with Wolverine Cat! I think Wolverine Cat is going to need a serious scratching post.

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  4. Entertainment

    Professor X Fires Wolverine in New Sketch by Pete Holmes

    Wolverine is everyone's favorite X-Man, right? Wrong. Turns out comedian and newly minted talk show host Pete Holmes thinks he's stupid and useless, so Holmes slapped on a bald cap and sent Logan packing in this new sketch from The Pete Holmes Show.

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  5. Entertainment

    Catch the Leaked X-Men: Days of Future Past Trailer While It’s Still Leaked

    A leaked trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past from the Fantasia International Film Festival is floating around. We found a link that works (for now!) Take a look before it's taken down by the studio, which probably won't take very long at all.

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  6. Entertainment

    Watch the Many Screams of Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine in This Supercut [Video]

    Here is a thing you never knew you needed: A supercut of Hugh Jackman angrily shouting his head off while being Wolverine. That's it. I mean, do you have to hear anymore?

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  7. Entertainment

    Man-Made Wolverine Claws Are Literally Freakin’ Metal [Video]

    Man at Arms is a delightful web series about a blacksmith who makes weapons from famous science fiction and fantasy franchises at the Internet's behest. This week, propmaster Tony Swatton indulged our insatiable need for badass weaponry by creating a set of replica Wolverine claws out of steel. No, they aren't retractable, but they can slice completely through milk cartons and upright cucumbers with basically no effort. Man, that is awesome. And they use CGI on the movies? That's really disappointing.

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  8. Entertainment

    The Wolverine Train Fight Clip Drops, Defies All Possible Laws of Physics [Video]

    Now, I'm no expert on what it's like to fight somebody on top of a speeding bullet train in Japan, but I kind of feel like something's sort of wrong with the way that Logan does it in this recently dropped clip from The Wolverine. It's badass and all, for sure, but did that one guy really have enough of his own momentum to fly backwards like that if the train is moving at a constant velocity? Aw, heck, watch the video first and then decide for yourself.

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  9. Entertainment

    You’re Going to Want to Buy All These Gorgeous LEGO Marvel Variant Covers

    LEGO and Marvel have been joining forces recently to make my eleven-year-old self foam at the mouth with rabid glee. First they put out the amazing Super Hero minifigure sets last year (now's where I would brag about my Hawkeye minifigure if I knew where the heck I put it). Then they released the trailer for the Marvel Superhero LEGO PC game. Now they've announced that in September, several comic book titles will put out LEGO variant covers featuring your favorite characters all adorable and LEGO-fied. I'm not a big variant collector, but I might camp out at my local comic book store for these.

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  10. Science

    Snikt! Wolverine Frog Has Retractable Bone Claws

    The Otton frog, a rare breed of frog native to the islands of Southern Japan, has an evolutionary adaptation as weird as it is awesome -- a retractable bone claw, just like Wolverine. Unlike everyone's favorite tiny Canadian mutant, though, the Otton frog uses its claws for both loving and fighting, sinking the bone spike into a female to keep from being thrown off during mating and using the spike as a weapon when it battles other males for territory.

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  11. Entertainment

    Marvel Celebrates NFL Career of Brian “Weapon X” Dawkins, Makes Him Wolverine

    Brian "Weapon X" Dawkins is hanging up his jersey this weekend after 16 years in the NFL. This is a pretty standard practice, but Dawkins has been anything but standard on the field. To commemorate this somber occasion, Marvel will actually be handing out a custom poster by Jorge Molina of the well-known Philadelphia Eagles safety depicted as if he were actually Wolverine.

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  12. Entertainment

    Darren Aronofsky No Longer Directing The Wolverine

    Well, this about ruins everything: Darren Aronofsky, citing his desire to spend time with his family, is not going to be directing The Wolverine after all.

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  13. Entertainment

    Wolverine 2 Has A New Name: The Wolverine

    Darren Aronofsky has been doing the rounds for his upcoming Black Swan, but once one commits to directing the next installment in a major superhero franchise, it's hard to escape. Which is why we now know a few new and interesting things about the next Wolverine movie.

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  14. Entertainment

    He’s the Best at What He Does, But What He Does is Shout “Yippee-ki-yay, mother!@*#er!”

    These comic book characters are more interesting than your regular action heroes. It would be very hard now to go back to Bruce Willis as John McClane in Die Hard unless he was popping claws like Wolverine or started climbing up the wall like Spider-Man. - Mark Millar on the power that realistic special effects have given (his?) super hero movies. For the record we think that John McClane would kick Spider-Man's pansy ass and that he and Wolverine would probably get along disturbingly well.

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  15. Entertainment

    Crossoverlicious: Marvel Does Tron Variant Covers

    When the Marvel/Disney merger was made official, a lot of people immediately plundered the wide ranging crossover potential, from Spider-Man in Kingdom Hearts to a Beast buddy movie. Today we see the first shamelessly tied in fruit of that union, in the form of a series of variant covers for Marvel's November titles, where ten of Marvel's biggest characters get reinterpreted Tron-style.

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