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‘Logan’ Update: Final Trailer Confirms Violent Scenes [VIDEO]

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Fox has unveiled the final trailer for their upcoming movie, "Logan" starring Hugh Jackman in his last appearance as Wolverine. From the looks of the violence, the film is certainly aiming for an R rating and it is quite funny how Professor X also curses.

According to Forbes, the final trailer of "Logan" focuses more on X-23 played by Dafne Keen. She is confronted by pursuers and Wolverine helps her with Professor X saying, "She's like you, very much like you." Logan will be the first live-action comic book superhero movie of the year with six more scheduled to come out between March and November.

According to The Independent, Hugh Jackman said in an interview that "Logan" is going to be different in tone and anything they have ever done. Director James Mangold adds this movie is not for fans who are used to gravity defying CG action movies. He says if people fall off a building, they won't bounce off as they would die.

According to Comic Book, James Mangold revealed in an interview that "Logan" has yet to go through the ratings boards. This means that the scenes shown in the trailer were from the unrated version of the movie. It is not unusual for a huge movie like "Logan" to have its rating still pending but expect it to go down the wire since it is set to be released in theaters in less than two months. Fans are widely expecting it to become the first ever R-rated Wolverine movie so it would be a disappointment if it somehow wound up with a PG-13 rating and all the violent action scenes getting cut.

Patrick Stewart, Richard E. Grant, Eriq La Sale and Elise Neal co-star with Jackman while James Mangold of "The Wolverine" fame directs. Check out the final HD trailer for "Logan," set to hit theaters on Mar. 3:

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