The Wolverine Gets a 4-Disc Unleashed Extended Edition This December 3rd

Hugh Jackman in The Wolverine (2013) Movie Image

You can’t keep a hairy Canucklehead down. James Mangold’s “The Wolverine” tore it up to the tune of $370-ish million in worldwide box office, which is about the same amount that “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” did in 2009, give or take a few million here and there. Given the film’s $120 million budget, I think it’s safe to say that Wolverine’s comeback was pretty successful.

And because you crazy kids seemed to appreciate ol Logan’s return to solo adventurin’, Fox is prepping the film’s DVD/Blu-ray release that will include a 4-Disc Unleashed Extended Edition, set for this December 3rd.

Specs below, fans of specs:

The Wolverine Blu-ray Release Specs

Covers, fans of covers:

The Wolverine (2013) Movie Blu-ray Cover

The Wolverine (2013) Movie Blu-ray Cover

The Wolverine (2013) Movie DVD Cover



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  • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Dedpool

    I will be getting this!! Missed it in theatres, but uncut sounds good to me!!

    • Sojourner

      The uncut is pretty decent. Much better than the recent Thor outing. I’d definitely give it a high B but not quite B+ Could have been more but I’ll take what I got.

      • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Dedpool

        Better than Thor 2? Really?

        • Sojourner

          Yes. Thor 2 was a movie with 2 Acts and no sense of drama. Though not as much action as I’d like (Jackman still hasn’t given us rage like Wolverine since the school fight scene in X-2) at least there was drama here. Also nowhere near as goofy.

          In addition Thor 2 has the problem that a LOT of the Marvel films are suddenly having, they don’t feel stand alone enough. They’re all getting caught up in that “piece of the bigger story” that Marvel is trying to do (and I still commend them for it) without feeling like their own thing.

          • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Dedpool

            I see your points. Not fully in agreement but I see them. As much as I loved Thor 2 it never felt like there was anything truly at stake. For some reason I always felt like everything would work out in the end. I think the most drama in that came from the Death of _____ (Who I won’t say in case people still haven’t seen it) and that one threw me for a loop.