‘The Wolverine’ Live Chat with Hugh Jackman Set for October 29th

Director James Mangold will answer questions directly from the fans, and present new footage from this upcoming sequel.
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‘The Wolverine’ Live Chat with Hugh Jackman Set for October 29th

The Wolverine star Hugh Jackman and director James Mangold announced today they will host a live chat session Monday, October 29 at 1 PM PT. The chat will take place at YouTube.com/TheWolverineMovie and TheWolverineMovie.com. Fans can submit their questions on Twitter by using #TheWolverineLive hashtag and on Facebook.com/TheWolverineMovie. Take a look at the announcement video featuring the star and director of this upcoming superhero sequel.


"Join The Wolverine star Hugh Jackman and director James Mangold in an exclusive live chat, giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming film, based on the celebrated comic book arc.

Hugh and director James will be answering questions submitted by fans on Facebook and Twitter (#TheWolverineLive), along with an exclusive surprise or two.

Tune in October 29th at 1:00PM PT on: YouTube.com/TheWolverineMovie and TheWolverineMovie.com"

The Wolverine was released July 26th, 2013.

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