Wolverine is still present in the memory of those who worked with the character. Matthew Vaughn, director of the recent The King’s Man, has highlighted his desire to be able to work on a hypothetical reboot at some point in the future.
Asked which X-Men he would like to be able to direct in a movie, Vaughan was blunt: Wolverine. “There’s only one that I couldn’t develop properly with and I would have loved… Hugh Jackman was so good and he did a great job. But choose the young [Lobezno], the reboot, it would be fun I think, and it could go in such a different direction than Hugh did. I think of all [los X-Men] that’s the character that I don’t know why he attracts me. Yes, Wolverine, “he said at a promotional event for his latest work.
Vaughn refers to his brief stint as the X-Men jump to the big screen. The director did the same with X Men First generation, a film that delved into the origins of the group during the 60s. Wolverine appeared briefly, almost like a cameo. For this reason the desire of the British to be able to take the reins of a project dedicated to the hero of the claws.
Wolverine, also present in the video game
Marvel’s Wolverine was one of the big surprises of the PlayStation Showcase in September of this year. InsomniacHitmakers like Marvel’s Spider-Man and Ratchet & Clank: A Dimension Apart confirmed that they are working on their own portrayal of Wolverine in the video game.
Very few details are known of the project, except that it is a full-size project (not intermediate like Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales) and that it will deliver a mature tone. At the forefront of development are Bryan Horton (creative director) and Cameron Christian (game director). Bryan Intihar, who was the director of the first installment of the wall-crawler, is primarily responsible for the sequel.