'Logan' Director Reveals Photo Of Caliban Character For Upcoming Twentieth Century Fox Movie
Director James Mangold recently unveiled an image of a character in his upcoming movie "Logan." British actor and radio personality Stephen Merchant was in all post-make-up glory in a photo posted on the director's Twitter page which verifies his participation in the upcoming Twentieth Century Fox comic book adaptation movie.
You can check out the photo below which was taken with a Leica S (Typ 007) Medium Format DSLR Camera as mentioned in the caption.
Taken w/ Leica S 007 Summicron 100mm, ISO 1600 1/250 ƒ2 -- by JM pic.twitter.com/8P3s5Mdruo— Mangold (@mang0ld) October 17, 2016
According to IGN, Merchant whose stint included being the co-writer and co-director of the popular British sitcom The Office also shared the fandom moment via his social media with a caption saying, "How I spent my summer."
In the posted image, fans will immediately recognize the off-colored paleness of Merchant's character. Caliban in the comic books was an albino mutant who possessed mutant-tracking ability which came in quite handy when he was pull-out of his sewer living conditions by the Morlocks' leader Callisto. The leader herself named him after a bizarre William Shakespeare character in the play "The Tempest."
Fans have already been up on their feet with the revelations that have been made for the tenth installment in the X-Men movie series. Everything so far has remained under tight-lipped security with the Mangold's movie except for a few noteworthy reveals, according to Movie Pilot.
First was that the movie was simply called "Logan" and that the setting was to take place in an undesirable future wherein even Professor Charles Xavier is not in a hundred percent capacity condition. We also learned that Boyd Holbrook of Narcos fame will play the mechanical evil-genius Donald Pierce who in the Marvel comic book universe is able to create numerous types of energy.
What about you? What do you expect from the "Logan" movie?
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