We already observed that fans don’t want their favorite movies to end. This is one of the reasons why Hollywood spends so much time and money nowadays expanding upon existing franchises instead of producing more original and risky film projects.
If nothing else, the current crop of superhero epics at least proves that sequels can be easily as good or even better than the earlier movies. Last week, we presented you with a list of best sci-fi sequels.
This week, we’re bringing you Screen Rant’s list of 10 Best Superhero Sequels Of All Time
As portrayed by the Australian actor Hugh Jackman, Wolverine is by far the most popular character in the X-Men movie franchise. With the release of X-Men Origins: Wolverine in 2009, the character finally got his own movie. Directed by Gavin Hood, the movie tells a story set in early 1980s when Wolverine investigates suspicious deaths of other members of his former special ops unit. That movie was not liked for many reasons, including the way it handled Deadpool.
A sequel, simply titled The Wolverine, followed in 2013. Inspired by the limited run comic book series by Chris Claremont and Frank Miller, movie follows its titular hero as he travels to modern day Japan where he starts losing his immortality powers while being hunted down by other mutants and ninja assassins. Directed by James Mangold, The Wolverine was better received than its predecessor by audience and critics alike.
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