New ‘Logan’ Trailer Confirmed For Release This Thursday

Logan Trailer Confirmed ThursdayAt the end of last month, it was reported that the next trailer to the third Wolverine installment, Logan, would be arriving in January as we get closer to the film’s release. Trailer Track is reporting that the trailer is set to come out this Thursday, January 19. Fox Taiwan has also confirmed on their Facebook trailer that the next preview of Hugh Jackman’s last go as Wolverine is indeed coming this week.

UPDATE: The trailer is set to be 2 minutes and 21 seconds long.

In the meantime, if you haven’t seen it already, check out the first trailer for the film that came out back in the fall.

“In the near future, a weary Logan (Hugh Jackman) cares for an ailing Professor X (Patrick Stewart) in a hide out on the Mexican border. But Logan’s attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are up-ended when a young Mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces.”

James Mangold’s Logan, starring Hugh Jackman as Logan/Wolverine, Patrick Stewart as Charles Xavier/Professor X, Richard E. Grant as Zander Rice, Boyd Holbrook as Donald Pierce, Stephen Merchant as Caliban, Dafne Keen as Laura Kinney, along with Eriq La Salle, Elise Neal and Elizabeth Rodriguez, opens in theaters on Friday, March 3.

Are you looking forward to see Jackman as the iconic Marvel mutant one last time on the big screen in the last installment? Sound off in the comments below.

Source: Trailer-Track

Andy Behbakht

Andy Behbakht

Andy Behbakht is an online entertainment journalist who has been covering television and movies since 2010. In addition, he is also a podcast producer.

  • Darthmanwe

    I’m inclined not to take this review seriously because of that tirade midway about AAIronFist thing. Not that it’d not be interesting and most probably good decision, but they went this way, and I felt like you were letting that decision color your opinion a little too much.

    I’ll need to hear comments from a more impartial source.

    • Maxi Iroh

      He’s not the only one that didn’t like it, several reviews are out already.

  • AlphaBlu

    I’d much rather have a Marvel Netfix show that meanders looking for a purpose in its first 6 episodes than in it’s last 6 episodes like all the others did.

  • Sam, this review is almost too good for this site. Really well thought out.

    Small mistakes Update: Fixed.

    • Samuel Patrick Flynn

      Thank you Paul! Appreciate the heads-up and your kind words.

      • Monty

        This was well written. Nice.

      • SAMURAI36

        Yeah, this was a very well written review. You removed all of the Marvel fanfare (well, most; if I hear about Logan one more time… 😒) that you usually write with, & gave us a well informed, brass tacks review.
        Too bad the show sucked as much as it did, LOL. But I saw that coming anyways.

  • Ray

    I guess people will watch Into The Badlands to make up for the fight choreography.

    • SAMURAI36

      Precisely. I saw the clips for IF, & thought the fight scenes are Arrow were 2x better, & ITBL is 100x better.

      • Ray

        Into The Badlands fight choreography is a million times better. I will still give Iron Fist a chance tho.

        • SAMURAI36

          Not just the fights, but the story is amazing as well. In fact, none of this Marvel Netflix stuff is all that, as far as the choreography goes. People raved about tat DD “hallway fight scene”, & I was just like “really? That was soooo mediocre”. In fact, I’ve yet to be impressed with ANY of Marvel’s fight scenes, movies or TV.

          The movies look like what would happen if a Luchador had s#x with a 90’s Power Ranger… All that senseless jumping around, & the shaky cameras only make it worse. These guys/gals are supposed to be Special Forces (or whatever) trained, but not a single one of them fights like it. I half expect one of them to yell “Hiiyaaa!” at any second. It’s like it was designed by kids, for kids.

          Speaking of which, did anyone see the BTS fight footage for Silly War? OOOOMG, that was horrendous. Running at each other, flailing their arms about…. It looked like Marvel’s version of You Got Served. At least Garbage of the Galaxy was trying to be corny. I’ll try to find the footage, & post it here.

          And this Netflix stuff has been no better. DD always looks like he’s out of breath. Not once have I been convinced that this is supposed to be a master martial artist.

          As far as IF, none for me, thanx. Those clips of Karate Hipster Pajama Man, aka IF, were terrible. I honestly dunno how people watch this stuff with a straight face.

        • SAMURAI36
  • Clownprinceoftrolls

    Not suprising. Was least excited for this show. Out of the 4. Felt like he should of been used as a tie in into defenders.

  • Axxell

    Such a shame…This was the show I had the highest expectation for outside of Daredevil. I mean, I always knew this was gonna be a problematic franchise, but doable nonetheless.

  • Sammy Boy

    First of, I have to say, really good article, well written. A bit disappointing that the start of the series is not that great. At least we can say that there is still the rest of the season to watch.

    The only thing that I dislike with all the critic around the show, that I have seen, is they all mention the fact that Danny Rand is white. While I wouldn’t have minded if the actor was asian, I don’t think the color or race of Danny would have made him more or less relevant in todays age. For me, the only important thing is that the character needs to be capable of dealing with those issues (fish-out-of-water) in a relatable way.

  • Sodas and Fries

    The obvious answer to making Danny more relevant today was to make him Asian-American. Indeed #AAIronFist was a real campaign supported by Geeks of Color and several others last year, prior to the casting of Finn Jones.

    Yes there was a campaign, and yet that doesn’t automatically mean all Asians or Asian-Americans were on board with it, this opinion piece coming to mind:

    This isn’t convenient cherry picking an outlier either: while not as loud as the AAIronFist crew, many POC on platforms like Twitter either don’t see the sense in dismissing what hasn’t been a problematic “white saviour” character in years and trading it in for a stereotype, or are perplexed why people campaigned to twist the race of Danny Rand but don’t campaign for a character like Shang-Chi, who already is a Marvel Asian kung-fu hero – created before Iron Fist at that. So the idea that everything is magically fixed by swapping races doesn’t ring true, it just band-aids what was there and presents new issues.

    There’s not many characters where race is an important factor in their identity (great casting recently with Zazie Beetz as Domino), but I believe Danny Rand indeed is a rare case because of his privileged background, how that informs his personality, and most importantly how this contrasts with Luke Cage. Considering Defenders is right around the corner, I find it easy to assume they’re playing the “long” game for this iconic duo. Pairing an Asian-American Iron Fist with Luke Cage is fine enough on paper, but the underlying themes of white privilege and a bromance between people from polar opposite backgrounds is largely lost.
    To talk about relevance: what could be more relevant today than a story of bridging between black and white in Trump’s America?

    Of course that’s a bit ahead of the ball at this point, and all these points about Iron Fist being done right as he has in comics (read Ed Brubaker and Matt Fraction’s run) are moot if the TV team haven’t pulled off such nuances or haven’t manage to be respectful to the cultures the character draws from – but I’ll still wait for the full series to be released before drawing such final conclusions.

  • wafle7350 .

    Sorry can’t take seriously anyone claiming identity politics would have made this better. Website blocked.