20th Century Fox

The Wolverine

Film

Director James Mangold reached out to Picturemill and Ron Miller to create an elegant and stylish title sequence for The Wolverine. Unique to the ‘superhero’ genre, The Wolverine focuses on the character and complex relationships of Logan’s past, as he travels to Japan to help an old friend. Influenced by Japanese writing and visual style, the titles are a moody and introspective ending to this character-driven thriller.

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