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New Wolverine image is just like the others, shirtless

11:00 AM on 01.15.2013

Nick Valdez

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I'm noticing a pattern here. The Wolverine is all about reminding us of how sexy Hugh Jackman is. No seriously. From the very first veiny promo image, to the reveal of his bone claws, to the badass motion poster, each image has a shirtless Jackman with a pair of slacks. It looks like no more white tanktops for Wolvie!

I don't think I'm wrong to assume that he goes like this the entire movie. The backgrounds will change, and he will speak every now and then, but I'm perfectly fine with just staring at Hugh Jackman for two hours. Yup. I'm a professional. 

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