"[Aronofsky’s] going to make it fantastic. There’s going to be some meat on the bones. There'll be something to think about as you leave the theater, for sure."
"Who knows, maybe Wolverine will use one of these when he heads to Japan."
Fox yesterday upped its estimate for the number of people it claims downloaded the leaked version of 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' from 1 million to 4 million.
Not bad reviews, nor deadly swine flu, nor BitTorrent could keep people from Hugh Jackman's shirtless upper body this weekend.
It is, technically, possible!
Plus: Can someone get Leonard Nimoy some steamed chicken?
You didn't think we'd let the premiere of 'Wolverine' pass without one more Jackman slideshow, did you?
Liev Schreiber did not download 'Wolverine.'
Paul Dergarabedian says it could earn $85 million to $100 million this weekend.
"Hugh ... I'm countin' the hours. Wanna do dinner the night before. Same booth? Or catch up fresh on the air?" And then: silence.
"Remember, Tom gave this interview a day after we learned of the theft. A lot of information and misinformation was flying back and forth then."
The movie's Mexico City premiere has been postponed due to swine flu, hilariously.
If 'Wolverine' bombs, Fox certainly can't blame it on negative publicity.
Every press tour should begin on Cockatoo Island.
Things that will get you fired from the company that made 'Wolverine': downloading and reviewing a leaked copy of Fox's 'Wolverine.'
The leaked version is obviously unfinished, with missing scenes, placeholder music, and tons of half-rendered special effects. Want proof?
A full-length, high-quality copy of 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' leaked online last night.
Don't fret, there's still plenty of time to add a song-and-dance number into the final cut!