The iconic first trailer for James Mangold’s “Logan” with its use of Johnny Cash’s cover of Nine Inch Nails’ “Hurt” scored much acclaim at the time of its release.
Today, Mangold has premiered a trailer for “Logan Noir,” the upcoming monochrome version of the film which hits DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD disc in early June attached to copies of the full color film. The comparisons to a Cash video seem even more apt.
LOGAN in sumptuous B&W on Blu-ray & 4K Ultra HD May 23rd (along w/ color) and yes B&W in 4K in 4K package! And Noir in theaters tomorrow! pic.twitter.com/vJcn0HJOHx
— Mangold (@mang0ld) May 16, 2017
The clip follows on from one released yesterday which showcases young actress Dafne Keen’s audition for the X-23 role – one that Patrick Stewart dubbed “one of the most extraordinary bits of audition tape he’s ever seen.” Check it out below:
Also today, details of a deleted scene on the Blu-ray release have emerged at Screen Rant. The site says in one scene, one of the escaped young mutants plays with action figures of Wolverine and Sabretooth and asks Logan if Sabretooth was real. From there, Logan recounts the events of “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” to describe what William Stryker did to these ultimately estranged brothers. This comes into play later as the same boy can be seen holding a Wolverine action figure during the ending.