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The Wolverine standalone movies have not gotten the most fanfare and support, but so far, the Logan camp is KILLING with their two trailers. The latest unleashes the raw, undisciplined, and carnal tendencies of X-23 and it is perfect. In a majority of his appearances, Logan/Wolverine is always trying to withhold or control his animalistic instincts, but as displayed by the young actress Dafne Keen, who portrays Laura Kinney aka X-23, we finally see the gory carnage of berserker fury.
The first trailer released for Logan was one of the best super hero/comic book movie trailers we had seen in a while, if not the best ever. The dark reality of a dystopian future embodied everything we expected to encompass old man Logan. It leaves a mysticism of how a world filled with mutant-gentic hopefuls ended so apocalypicaly. From the Johnny Cash music to the color-saturated scenery and the rusty, fallen buildings, the Logan trailer #1 carried the pain Logan personally and visibly carried through all of his appearances in the epic journey Hugh Jackman has taken us on as the iconic character.
For those unfamiliar with the comic series in which this third installment of the Wolverine standalone films is loosely based upon, "Wolverine: Old Man Logan" by Mark Millar and artist Steve McNiven is a western of sorts that, in the comic, takes Logan on a crazy journey with a blind Hawk Eye to combat the entirety of a Hulk family that runs half the country in which a bunch of other iconic Marvel Comics characters die. I don't think any of that other-worldly nonsense will make it into this movie, but some key takeaways are a place called "The Wastelands" and the western tone.
For the movie version, it'll be important to remember the last official time we saw Logan was at the end of X-Men: Days of Future Past when his consciousness from a previous timeline catches up with his body in a different timeline as a result of him keeping Mystique from committing the murder that led to the evolution of the sentinels. In the "new" timeline, we can assume the history we previously witnessed in early X-movies is changed, now includes what we saw in X-Men: Apocalypse, and at that convergent point in the future, all our favorite X-Men are still alive, ie Cyclops, Jean Grey, Ice Man, Rogue, Beast, etc.
Logan is scheduled to premiere March 3, 2017.