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Monday, 27 April 2009

X-Men Origins: Wolverine - Different endings depending upon where you see it?

The Hugh Jackman Wolverine film has had lots of press lately. First there was the "Who is the Mutant with the weird mouth?" (that one was cleared up), then there was Hugh presenting the Oscars, followed by "Who let the work print out of the bag?" fiasco.

Now the always excellent Filmstalker has the news that the film you see in the cinema may have become a Fighting Fantasy Choose Your Own Adventure type of film and have a slightly different ending or post credit bit (the Nick Fury bit at the end of Iron Man is a good example of this) depending upon which cinema you see it in.

Not sure if this is a good or a bad thing. From a marketing point of view it could help promote multiple viewings of the film, but then there is no guarantee you'd get to see another ending if you saw it at a different cinema.

Whatever you views, the point that I and many other sites have mentioned it show that the marketing aspect of it works and that any news is good news for the box office of old Logan and friends.

What are your thoughts on the possibility of multiple endings? What do you think the different endings will show? Could there be a focus on Deadpool? Will you see the Wolvie film more than once?

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