Logan will be slashing its way into theaters this March, and the advertising department over at 20th Century Fox is beginning to kick it into high gear.
After the new trailer sent waves through the comic community last week, the studio has released the first official TV spot for the film.
While the 30-second ad doesn't show us any new footage, it's still provides a great laugh. The spot is titled 'Not Okay' and shows a cut of the first scene we see in the full trailer.
X-23 is taking food and drinks from a convenience store, when the clerk tries to stop her. Before she can be taken, the young mutant flips the grown man over and prepares to beat him down. Logan quickly enters and tells her that it's "Not okay!"
After cutting to the title, we see the hilarious clip of Logan snatching up the cigars as he walks out of the store.
This is the least-violent of the Logan trailers to release so far, but it's intended to show the films lighter side.
Logan hits theaters on March 3, 2017.
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Logan takes place in the year 2029, where mutant births have become extremely rare. The defenders of mutant kind, the X-Men, are long gone, and the only remains of them are an old and struggling Charles Xavier and a weary Logan. Logan's vaunted healing factor has slowed, and at times doesn't seem to work at all. When a young mutant needs his help, Logan has to unsheathe his claws once more. His job isn't over yet.
Logan stars Hugh Jackman (Logan), Boyd Holbrook (Donald Pierce), Patrick Stewart (Charles Xavier), Dafne Keen (Laura Kinney/X-23), Doris Morgado (Maria), Stephen Merchant (Caliban), Elizabeth Rodriguez (Gabriela), and Richard E. Grant (Dr. Zander Rice). James Mangold is directing and helped on the screenplay along with Scott Frank and Michael Green.