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THE WOLVERINE Trailer NOT to Debut with THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY

November 20, 2012
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Last week, X-Men fans were excited to hear that “The Wolverine” trailer would be debuting in front of Peter Jackson’s “ The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” on December 14th. Sadly today, director James Mangold put those rumors to rest on Twitter as he announced we will unfortunately have to wait until the New Year to get a glimpse of any footage.

James Mangold’s Tweet stated:

“Contrary to reports, there will be no trailer on THE HOBBIT for THE WOLVERINE. You will get a glimpse early 2013. I promise.”

Clawing it’s way to AMC Theatres on July 26, 2013, “The Wolverine” follows Logan (Wolverine), played by Hugh Jackman, as he journeys to Japan to train with a samurai warrior.

Source: ComingSoon

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