The First Clip From The Wolverine Features The Bullet Train Sequence

The First Clip From The Wolverine Features The Bullet Train Sequence

Hitting theaters July 26th

The Wolverine will be hitting theaters at the end of the month and the first clip of the movie is out.

The scene is known “The Bullet Train Sequence,” which features everyone’s favorite X-Man fighting on top of a high speed train.

When watching the scene, you may question the science behind the action. However, it can be argued that because of the film is based off a comic, science means nothing.

Nevertheless, the clip capture an impressive moment for the film and hopefully there is more excitement where that came from.

The Wolverine stars Hugh Jackman in the character’s second standalone film.

After the events of The Last Stand, Wolverine finds himself in Japan, where he meets Shingen Yashida, a dying man seeking a request from Logan.

Yashida offers Wolverine mortality in exchange for information on Logan’s abilities. What comes afterwards is fight for survival, as Wolverine faces the likes of Viper and The Silver Samurai.

Along with Jackman, the movie stars  Will Yun Lee, Svetlana Khodchenkova, Hiroyuki Sanada, Hal Yamanouchi, Tao Okamoto, Rila Fukushima and Brian Tee.

Will The Wolverine be another hit for the X-Men franchise, or will it fall short like X-Men Origins.

We will see when the film hits theaters July 26th.

Until then, enjoy the clip!

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