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Update: X-Men Origins: Wolverine trailer back online

WolverineOrigins.jpgI had thought we'd seen the last of the Comic-Con trailers hitting the Internet, but not so as we see the first glimpse of the X-Men Origins: Wolverine film, and I have to say it's looking stunning.

I usually don't get all the screaming through a trailer, however in some parts you can see why. Sabretooth, Deadpool, Silver Fox, Agent Zero, The Blob, are all some of the characters you'll catch a glimpse of here. Oh yes, and Gambit.

Update: Adding new links as they get removed. It's getting harder to find them.
Update: Found another replacement trailer!

The crowd go wild when they see Gambit, much more than for Wolverine. However it does look like this will be a film for Wolverine and Sabretooth, and they look great.

I love the voiceover from Stryker, and the action looks pretty dramatic. Have a look and see what you think, and once again, if you're using this for your own site, remember and do the right thing with the links.

I present to you the first trailer for X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

Videos tu.tv

Gavin Hood could have pulled off something big with this film, could we be looking at the best X-Men film so far?



I had almost forgotten about this film. Wow, that looks impressive.

I've got to ask, has anyone seen the leaked early version of Wolverine yet? What did people think? I know there were scenes missing but I was very disappointed with the development of a certain character (knowing how the character is depicted in the comic books). Was a good storyline though and had a really nice cameo right at the end.

I for one will still be going to see this in the cinema. I watched the movie because I'm a massive fan of the series and was really looking forward to seeing it and now i'm even more excited about seeing the finished article. I think this view will be shared by alot of people, i'm not sure that it will hurt movie sales as much as the studios are fearing.

Will be interesting to find out where the leaked copy actually came from however. No one will admit to having access to the full version yet. Surely it shouldn't be that hard to locate the source?



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