Logan Contains A Deleted Scene That Ties Into X-Men Origins: Wolverine

Posted May 17, 2017

Snikt! Logan will officially make the journey to Blu-ray and DVD on May 23rd.

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Set to be bundled in with the movie's impending Blu-ray release - the James Mangold-directed X-Men pic will claw its way onto 4K, Ultra HD, DVD and Blu-ray on May 23rd - Logan Noir is shaping up to be everything the film's monotone marketing campaign promised: a haunting, yet strikingly attractive portrait of Hugh Jackman's feral mutant in the midst of his final journey. As James Mangold explained to a fan who wondered about that on Twitter, the entire film has to be color graded again, and the settings are different for every single shot in the film so that it's not too dark or too bright. She not only did what was said, the 11-year-old requested the director if she could improvise it and boy, she did justice to the scene. And, now we know how she bagged the role. Now that the movie is coming out on home release and video of Keen's audition appeared on Entertainment Weekly. This girl is going to be a movie star and she deserves it. She not only holds her own against a giant man like Hugh Jackman yelling and swearing at her the idea of switching between Spanish and English was Keen's idea. Alamo Drafthouse is proud to present LOGAN NOIR, a new monochromatic vision of one of the greatest superhero films ever made, followed by an exclusive livestream Q&A with director James Mangold. Would you like to see her reprise her role as Laura/X-23 in future X-Men movies? Between Keen, Jackman, and Stewart, it was more than prepared.

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Keen didn't just impress her co-stars- she also caught the attention of the film's producers. "She was really a remarkable discovery".

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