THE NEW LOGAN TRAILER PLAYS (VIOLENTLY) AGAINST TYPE
The final trailer for Logan, the sequel to 2013’s The Wolverine, and reportedly Hugh Jackman’s last movie as the popular X-Men character, has been released, and while it’s not as immediately grim as the first, it’s another sign that this is going to be very unlike any other superhero movie out there.
While this new glimpse is more action-packed than the first teaser—and shows Dafne Keen in action as Laura Kinney, the mysterious young girl who may or may not be a clone of Logan himself—it also purposefully plays against any expectations the audience might have about the character from the X-Men movies. In fact, it even opens with Logan leafing through an X-Men comic Laura is reading, saying, “Maybe a quarter of it happened, and not like this.”
Logan, once again directed by The Wolverine’s James Mangold, and also starring future emoji poop Sir Patrick Stewart as an aged Professor Charles Xavier, slashes into theaters March 3.