The first teaser poster for The Wolverine starring Hugh Jackman has been released – check it out!

Based on the celebrated comic book character Wolverine, The Wolverine film finds Logan, the beastial warrior and outsider, in Japan where he’ll be looking to find out who he really has become. There he also fights samurai steel with his adamantium claws as he confronts a mysterious person from his past in an adventurous battle that will forever leave him a changed man.

We’ve seen set photos of Hugh Jackman, and despite climbing up in age, he’s looking as ripped as ever, and this new minimalist poster does his character great justice. We look forward to seeing more of this film as is gets closer to its release date. We saw the first official photo of Jackman as Wolverine just a month ago, and it looks like filming is progressing nicely.

The Wolverine teaser poster

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During a 20-minute live chat from the set of The Wolverine in Australia, Jackman and Mangold teased a bit on what we can expect to see from the film.

  • It will take place after the previous X-Men films, which was done so the film can essentially live in its own world and not be constrained as a prequel to other films or events.
  • Unlike past X-Men films, Mangold says the action will be much more grounded in realism, whatever that means.
  • Mangold teased a “kryptonite” for The Wolverine that will be explained and presented in the film.
  • Jackman refers his character in this film as a “tragic hero,” which was one of the reasons he loved the story so much.
  • The film will be the most action-packed of all other Wolverine films.
  • These are just a few of the more interesting details from the chat. While neither Jackman or Mangold revealed much that we didn’t already know, it’s intriguing nevertheless to hear a bit of perspective on what we can expect to see next summer. You can watch the live chat below.

    Currently in post production, the $100+ million dollar budget film has been shooting in Australia, Japan, and a few other countries. The film’s release date is set for July 26, 2013.

    Additional reporting by Jeremy Baril.

    Here are the 2017 Oscars winners and losers

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    The 2017 Oscars took place Sunday night in Hollywood and found La La Land cleaning up with six wins. Here are the Academy Award winners!

    ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel hosted the 2017 Oscars, which took place at the Dolby Theater. The event featured live performances of all five Oscar-nominated songs.

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    The 2017 Oscars took place Sunday night in Hollywood and found La La Land cleaning up with six wins. Here are the Academy Award winners!

    ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel hosted the 2017 Oscars, which took place at the Dolby Theater. The event featured live performances of all five Oscar-nominated songs.

    2017 Oscar winners list

    Related: We asked our parents to describe the 2017 Oscar nominees

    Below is a complete list of Oscar winner and losers.

    2017 Oscar winner list

    Note: The final winner of the night was originally announced to be La La Land, but the announcement was actually an error — Moonlight won Best Picture. Awkward.

    Best Picture:
    Arrival
    Fences
    Hacksaw Ridge
    Hell or High Water
    Hidden Figures
    La La Land

    Lion
    Manchester By the Sea
    Moonlight

    Best Actress:
    Isabelle Huppert – Elle
    Ruth Negga – Loving
    Natalie Portman – Jackie
    Emma Stone – La La Land
    Meryl Streep – Florence Foster Jenkins

    Best Actor:
    Casey Affleck – Manchester By the Sea
    Andrew Garfield – Hacksaw Ridge
    Ryan Gosling – La La Land
    Viggo Mortensen – Captain Fantastic
    Denzel Washington – Fences

    Best Director:
    Damien Chazelle – La La Land
    Mel Gibson – Hacksaw Ridge
    Barry Jenkins – Moonlight
    Kenneth Lonergan – Manchester By the Sea
    Denis Villeneuve – Arrival

    Best Adapted Screenplay:
    Arrival – Eric Heisserer
    Fences – August Wilson
    Hidden Figures – Allison Schroeder, Theodore Melfi
    Lion – Luke Davies
    Moonlight – Barry Jenkins

    Best Original Screenplay:
    20th Century Women – Mike Mills
    Hell or High Water – Taylor Sheridan
    La La Land – Damien Chazelle
    The Lobster – Yorgos Lanthimos, Efthymis Filippou
    Manchester By the Sea – Kenneth Lonergan

    Best Original Song:
    “Audition” – La La Land
    “Can’t Stop the Feeling” – Trolls
    “City of Stars” – La La Land
    “The Empty Chair” – Jim: The James Foley Story
    “How Far I’ll Go” – Moana

    Best Score:
    Jackie
    La La Land
    Lion
    Moonlight
    Passengers

    Best Cinematography:
    Bradford Young – Arrival
    Linus Sandgren – La La Land
    Grieg Fraser – Lion
    James Laxton – Moonlight
    Rodrigo Prieto – Silence

    Best Live Action Short Film
    Timecode
    Sing
    Silent Nights
    Ennemis Interieurs
    La Femme et le TGV

    Best Documentary, Short Subject:
    4.1 Miles
    Extremis
    Joe’s Violin
    Watani: My Homeland
    The White Helmets

    Best Editing:
    Arrival
    Hacksaw Ridge
    Hell or High Water
    La La Land
    Moonlight

    Best Visual Effects:
    Deepwater Horizon
    Doctor Strange
    The Jungle Book
    Kubo and the Two Strings
    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

    Best Production Design:
    Arrival
    Hail, Caesar!
    La La Land
    Passengers
    Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

    Best Animated Feature:
    Kubo and the Two Strings
    Moana
    My Life as a Zucchini
    The Red Turtle
    Zootopia

    Best Animated Short:
    Blind Vaysha
    Borrowed Time
    Pear Cider and Cigarettes
    Pearl
    Piper

    Best Foreign Language Film:
    Land of Mine, Denmark
    The Salesman, Iran
    A Man Called Ove, Sweden
    Tanna, Australia
    Toni Erdmann, Germany

    Best Supporting Actress:
    Viola Davis – Fences
    Naomie Harris – Moonlight
    Nicole Kidman – Lion
    Octavia Spencer – Hidden Figures
    Michelle Williams – Manchester By the Sea

    Best Sound Mixing:
    Arrival
    Hacksaw Ridge
    La La Land
    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
    13 Hours

    Best Sound Editing:
    Arrival
    Deepwater Horizon
    Hacksaw Ridge
    La La Land
    Sully

    Best Documentary Feature:
    Fire at Sea
    I Am Not Your Negro
    Life Animated
    O.J.: Made in America
    13th

    Best Costume Design:
    Allied
    Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
    Florence Foster Jenkins
    Jackie
    La La Land

    Best Makeup and Hairstyling
    Star Trek Beyond
    Suicide Squad
    A Man Called Ove

    Best Supporting Actor:
    Mahershala Ali – Moonlight
    Jeff Bridges – Hell or High Water
    Lucas Hedges – Manchester by the Sea
    Dev Patel – Lion
    Michael Shannon – Nocturnal Animals

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    Doctor Who season 10 finally has an air date and not only that, so does its spinoff, Class!

    It’s time to celebrate because we finally know when we’ll see Peter Capaldi back in the T.A.R.D.I.S. as the Doctor! BBC America will premiere Doctor Who season 10 on Saturday, April 15 at 9/8c. Check out the brand new trailer promoting the series, narrated by the brand new companion, Bill:

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    Doctor Who season 10 finally has an air date and not only that, so does its spinoff, Class!

    It’s time to celebrate because we finally know when we’ll see Peter Capaldi back in the T.A.R.D.I.S. as the Doctor! BBC America will premiere Doctor Who season 10 on Saturday, April 15 at 9/8c. Check out the brand new trailer promoting the series, narrated by the brand new companion, Bill:

    No word on if the U.K. will be seeing the same air date but it’s more than likely they will since it’s been like that in years past.

    This will be Peter Capaldi’s last season as the Doctor, along with Steven Moffat’s last season running the show. After this we’ll be seeing Chris Chibnall taking the reins with a clean slate, and we’re so curious about how the series will go. How will the Doctor regenerate? Will this be Bill’s first and last season on the show as well? Who’s going to be the next Doctor? We’ve got so many questions! But they’ll all be answered in due time… we hope.

    And that’s not all! Fans in the U.K. have already had the chance to enjoy the brand new spinoff series, Class, and after Doctor Who premieres on April 15 Americans will finally witness it as well.

    Set to air directly after Doctor Who at 10/9c, Class is helmed by award-winning YA writer and executive producer, Patrick Ness. The series follows a group of students at Coal Hill School as they deal aliens, invasions and awkward social dilemmas.

    Having seen Class in its entirety we can tell you that it’s got the perfect Doctor Who vibe and should fit in perfectly after you watch the season 10 premiere. Although not everyone loved the premiere, the series as whole definitely grows on you. You’ll just have to check it out for yourself!

    Are you excited for ‘Doctor Who’ season 10?

    Can Clarke stop King Roan and his Azgeda army from marching on Arkadia? Find out what to expect in next week’s The 100 season 4, episode 5 “The Tinder Box.”

    Clarke makes a desperate plea with a former allied force in an attempt to avoid a war and ensure the survival of her people.

    The fifth episode of The 100 season 4, titled “The Tinder Box,” was written by Morgan Gendel and directed by John F. Showalter. Proceed for our spoiler-light preview!

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    Can Clarke stop King Roan and his Azgeda army from marching on Arkadia? Find out what to expect in next week’s The 100 season 4, episode 5 “The Tinder Box.”

    Clarke makes a desperate plea with a former allied force in an attempt to avoid a war and ensure the survival of her people.

    The fifth episode of The 100 season 4, titled “The Tinder Box,” was written by Morgan Gendel and directed by John F. Showalter. Proceed for our spoiler-light preview!

    Where last week’s episode “A Lie Guarded” featured an emotional confrontation at Arkadia while Abby’s island team was in imminent physical danger, this episode flips their positions: This time it’s Clarke and her friends whose lives are at risk, while in Becca’s lab, the conflict is of a different nature.

    In the first three episodes of the season, Roan was willing to work with Clarke and Skaikru, despite the fact that this threatened his already precarious position as King of the Grounders without a Nightblood as Commander. But after losing the Flame and discovering that Skaikru have been working to build a shelter for the Arkadians and are now trying to make Nightbloods of their own, Roan is (understandably) feeling betrayed.

    Related: The 100 season 4, episode 4 review: All of this has happened before

    Last week, he took action by capturing Kane and Bellamy and massacring the Trikru forces in Polis, claiming that it was Skaikru, not him, that ended the alliance.

    In The 100 season 4, episode 5, Roan makes good on his promise of war, taking an army to march on Arkadia. As the promo reveals, Clarke will try to stop them on the way, and she squares off against their army in a rocky ravine, a picturesque rainbow in the horizon adding the only touch of color to this otherwise grim picture.

    The 100 4x05 Clarke

    The situation should remind viewers of Clarke’s first meeting with the Grounders on the bridge in The 100 season 1: Like when she faced off against Anya, she’s on her own against a leader on horseback, and she’s once again brought backup in the form of Sky People with guns.

    But where season 1-Clarke was on a desperate mission to save her people and tried to feed Anya promises she couldn’t keep, season 4-Clarke has learned a thing or two about negotiating with Grounders.

    As if stopping a war with her words isn’t a big enough challenge for Clarke though, Roan has brought Bellamy and Kane along as hostages, his soldiers holding swords to their throats as they all stare each other down.

    Clarke Griffin may have come a long way since she first landed on the ground, but can she stop a war and bring her friends home safely?

    The 100 4x05 Riley

    Another problem, to add to the growing list, turns out to be none other than everyone’s favorite newcomer (what do you mean he hasn’t been here the whole time?!) Riley, who is one of two characters in this episode haunted by their past traumas and seeking a way to slay their demons.

    As the promo reveals, he’s got Roan in the crosshairs of his rifle, seemingly ready to fire. “One shot,” Monty warns in the promo, “and we’ll be at war.” But no pressure or anything.

    The 100 Clarke Roan

    Where last week’s episode of The 100 was a thrillingly uncomfortable experience — watching Clarke being exposed, while on the island everyone was a hairsbreadth away from being killed by the drones — “The Tinder Box” is a different sort of tense.

    This episode is a lesson in war tactics; Morgan Gendel is a master of his craft, having written for countless TV series including Law & Order and Star Trek: The Next Generation, and the way he juggles different character motivations and points of conflict ignition makes it all seem effortless (it’s not).

    The three interweaving storylines may seem separate at first glance, but in fact, they are all reflections of the episode’s over-arching theme, with The 100‘s trio of female leads Clarke, Raven and Octavia serving as the respective focal point of each story.

    But many other characters including Bellamy, Echo, Abby, Riley and Monty also prove key players in this subtle game of provoking or negotiating conflict. Everyone has the power to save or doom everyone else at any moment, and all it takes is for one character to take a misstep, and it’ll ruin everything.

    More than any other episode this season (except maybe “Heavy Lies the Crown”), “The Tinder Box” really hammers home that The 100 is an ensemble piece where every character’s decisions have equal weight in the narrative, and everyone’s actions have wide-ranging consequences.

    10 teases for ‘The 100’ season 4, episode 5

    The 100 season 4 episode 5 Raven

    1. There isn’t often cause to be happy on a show like The 100, but this week we’re treated to the full power of Lindsey Morgan’s brilliant smile.
    2. Monty is, once again, the MVP of the episode. Why wasn’t he on the list, again?
    3. Bellamy and Echo have a confrontation.
    4. In Becca’s lab, Eric! Jackson gets to be the voice of reason.
    5. Pike may be gone, but his wisdom (?) has not been forgotten.
    6. There’s a frustrated weariness to both Clarke and Bellamy this week; both are visibly fed up with Azgeda’s war-thirsty way of life.
    7. Every season, The 100 finds new ways of exploring the question: What is one life against the survival of the entire human race? This episode sets up more than one potential future dilemma of this nature.
    8. Clarke isn’t the only one whose way with words will come in handy this week: Bellamy will also find cause to break out his motivational speech superpower.
    9. This episode sees the return of both Niylah and Ilian, both of whom interact mainly with Octavia.
    10. Expect to spend your one-week break between this episode and “We Will Rise” theorizing wildly about what will happen next!

    The 100‘ season 4, episode 5 ‘We Will Rise’ airs Wednesday at 9/8c on The CW

    Want more The 100 content? Check our our recent interview with actor Bob Morley, composer Tree Adams, language creator David J. Peterson and showrunner Jason Rothenberg!

    Here are the rest of the promotional stills for “The Tinder Box,” via The CW: