Wolverine 3, titled Logan [from what we assume is in reference to Old-Man Logan], will be Hugh Jackman’s ninth and last appearance as the title character. The movie is expected to be in theaters on March 3, 2017.
Some pretty huge Marvel news regarding Logan was released last month. The post scene credits from X-Men: Apocalypse had revealed the appearance of ‘Essex Corp’, which was major for any Marvel fans, but the audio commentry track confirmed what many had expected. Essex Corp belongs to one of the most powerful villains the X-Men have encountered, Mister Sinister, and so we can only expect to see him play a major role in the upcoming film. YES!
Now, with Wolverine’s former running buddies from Weapon X and The Reavers making an appearance in Logan, we cannot say how much we will see of Mister Sinister. We know Mister Sinister had a hand in the creation of X-23, so the link between all these confirmations makes complete sense. But Mister Sinister is HUGE to finally bring into the Marvel Universe. He aids in the creation of the time-traveling mutant, Cable [who has been confirmed for Deadpool 2], maintains a role in the storyline of Gambit, and, like I said, proves to be one of the toughest enemies for the X-Men. Even with this being Hugh Jackman’s final role, we should expect some awesome advancements in the Marvel Universe.
I wonder if they will include the scene from House of M (comic) when the dimension-hopping Deadpool faces Mister Sinister? Hey! We could all use a cameo from Ryan Reynolds in Logan.
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