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New Wolverine Trailer Released

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Two months on from the last trailer, and with just two months until the film's release, a new trailer has emerged for the hotly-anticipated The Wolverine.

Clocking in at two and a half minutes, it's the most extensive view of the movie yet - featuring Japan, ninjas and, of course, Wolvey himself, played by Hugh Jackman, it's sure to leave fans X-tremely X-cited.

The Wolverine is released July 26

(Images: All Star)

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