The Marvel Comics "Wolverine" character has a following for a number of reasons related to recent continued incorporation and showcasing of the Wolverine character in the X-Men Series and other relevant contemporary expressionisms. It is likely the movie Logan will positively contribute to this tradition. Hugh Jackman is furthermore a dynamic leading actor, and many members of the supporting cast are sure to fulfill expectations - as will presumptively other important contributing aspects of film production including, but not limited to, decisions related to cinematography, directing, and screen writing.
Yes, Logan will do as well as other Wolverine movies because of the loyal following. It's a brand that audiences know and recognize, and they will continue to watch whatever comes next. Whether or not it's good remains to be seen, but I believe it will do well at the box office.
Thanks to the positive reception of The Wolverine, Logan is in a better position to break out than was The Wolverine as a sequel to the much-loathed X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Fans and general audiences liked The Wolverine, and they certainly liked Deadpool. And this offering has the “added value elements” of both an R-rating and the fact that it's “Hugh Jackman’s last ride,” which make this more of an event than it otherwise might be.
Just like the Star Wars movies don't have to advertise in order to have a following, the Wolverine movies have a lot of fans. These fans don't have to be convinced to come and watch Logan. Logan will have a large group of fans who come see the Wolverine movies no matter what.
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