Wolverine's Bedside Manner Leaves A Lot To Be Desired
Apr 27, 2009 18:54
When you get into bed with Wolverine, you sleep with danger. That's the lesson of this new clip. Meanwhile, it turns out the final movie may not be all that different from the leaked test-print.
A reader at Ain't It Cool News has seen the final print of Wolverine, and they've reported that it's virtually identical to the leaked workprint, despite all of the studio's claims about the final version having a ton of extra scenes and new material from reshoots:
The workprint version IS in fact identical to the release print, sans effect and some audio work…The finished effects are lackluster, to say the least - some really bad CGI work made me groan numerous times.
If this is true, I'm actually somewhat disappointed - not just because the studio lied about these alleged changes, but also because I'd hoped the studio was taking the opportunity to make the film a bit stronger. Oh well.
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