See All 11 of Hugh Jackman's 'Wolverine' Twitter Q&A Video Answers
"I'm just going to say two words: bullet train." 20th Century Fox has been doing some rather impressive and smart web marketing for James Mangold's The Wolverine. They've held live streaming chats and big trailer debuts, now Hugh Jackman himself participated in a Twitter Q&A with fans. Jackman answered 11 different questions from fans in short 30 second videos about The Wolverine, including one about X-Men: Days of Future Past at the very end. He talks about everything from the action sequences, to training, to working with director James Mangold. They're short but sweet, and Hugh is such an eternally charming guy.
Thanks to our friends at SlashFilm for first compiling all 11 of these, worth a quick watch if you love Hugh.
Question #1: What is your favorite thing about playing The Wolverine?
Question #2: How much training & preparation goes into doing a film like this?
Question #3: How does Japan factor into this new #TheWolverine?
Question #4: How has your approach to #TheWolverine changed over the years?
Question #5: Would you like to live as long as the character #TheWolverine lives? Why or why not?
Question #6: Tell us about the cast in #TheWolverine. What was it like working with them?
Question #7: What scene are you most excited for us to see in the new #TheWolverine?
Question #8: When you're on the set all day is it tough to turn off being #TheWolverine after? Catch yourself calling people bub?
Question #9: #TheWolverine has always been part of a group, in this one you carry the entire film, what was the pressure like?
Question #10: How was your experience working with James Mangold @mang0ld as director?
Question #11: Anything you can tell us about X-Men: Days of Future Past?
Based on the celebrated comic book arc by Chris Claremont & Frank Miller, The Wolverine finds Logan, the eternal warrior and outsider, in Japan. There, samurai steel will clash with adamantium claw as Logan confronts a mysterious figure from his past in an epic battle that will leave him forever changed.
James Mangold (Walk the Line, 3:10 to Yuma, Knight and Day) is directing The Wolverine from a script by Christopher McQuarrie and Mark Bomback who are adapting the classic 1982 story arc in the Wolverine comics, which takes our favorite Marvel mutant all the way to Japan. 20th Century Fox is releasing James Mangold's The Wolverine in theaters everywhere July 26th this summer. Watch the full Con footage here.