20th Century Fox has revealed a sneak peek at the upcoming trailer for Logan.
The trailer sneak peek is in black and white, just like all fo the teaser images for Logan so far (seen in the gallery below).
The trailer shows Wolverine standing in an empty field. In voice over, Wolverine intones:
"Nature made me a freak. Man made me a weapon. God made me last too long."
The sneak peek also reveals that the full trailer for Logan will be released tomorrow, Oct. 20.
Earlier today, director James Mangold released a first look at Hugh Jackman as "Old Man Logan." Logan will be Jackman's final performance as Wolverine after playing the popular X-Men character in 9 films over 17 years.
The Logan trailer may be releasing tomorrow, but we're sticking by our theory that we'll get our first look - or at least a new look - at X-23, Wolverine's teenage girl mutant clone, on Oct. 23.
Logan is rumored to feature the villain Nathaniel Essex, a.k.a. Mister Sinister. So far there's been no official mention of Sinister in Logan, but teaser images have confirmed X-Men villain Donald Pierce for the film, played by Boyd Holbrook, as well as his team of cyborg, mutant-hating mercenaries known as the Reavers.
The film will also see Patrick Stewart reprising his role as Professor X, Charles Xavier, though the once powerful telepathic leader of the X-Men is said to be one the wane. Logan is aided by the mutant tracker called Caliban, played by Stephen Merchant, in caring for his elderly mentor.
According to reports, Logan takes place in a near future where Wolverine's mutant abilities are not quite what they used to be, and mutant births are down across the globe. Wolverine and the mutant Caliban take care of Professor X in his old age. Meanwhile, a corporation called Transigen is turning mutant children into killed machines. Wolverine meets one of these children, whose hand can be seen in the first poster. The child has two claws like Wolverine's that protrude from her hand and Wolverine vows to protect her.
Logan is directed by James Mangold and stars Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Boyd Holbrook, Richard E. Grant, Stephen Merchant, Eriq La Salle and Elise Neal.
The title, Logan, is likely an homage to the comic book story "Old Man Logan," on which Logan is said to be loosely based.
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Logan hits theaters on March 3, 2017, followed by Deadpool 2 on January 12, 2018. Movie versions of Gambit, New Mutants and X-Force are still being developed.