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Logan (2017, Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart)



In 2024, Logan (Hugh Jackman) and Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart) must cope with the loss of the X-Men when a corporation led by Nathaniel Essex is destroying the world, with Logan’s mutant healing abilities slowly fading away and Xavier succumbing to Alzheimer’s. Logan must defeat Nathaniel Essex with the help of a young girl named Laura Kinney, a female clone of Wolverine.

production details
USA |137 minutes | 2017

Director: James Mangold
Script: David James Kelly, John Coven, Michael Green, Scott Frank, James Mangold, Roy Thomas,

Hugh Jackman as Logan Howlett / Wolverine / X-24
Patrick Stewart as Charles Xavier / Professor X
Dafne Keen as Laura Kinney / X-23
Boyd Holbrook as Donald Pierce
Stephen Merchant as Caliban
Richard E. Grant as Dr. Zander Rice
Sienna Novikov as Laura (double)
Eriq La Salle as Will Munson
Elise Neal as Kathryn Munson
Elizabeth Rodriguez as Gabriela Lopez
Doris Morgado as Maria
David Kallaway as Rhodes
Han Soto as Valet
Jayson Genao as Rictor
Krzysztof Soszynski as Mohawk
Alison Fernandez as Delilah
Quincy Fouse as Nate Munson
Al Coronel as Federale Commander
Frank Gallegos as Federale Lieutenant
Anthony Escobar as Federale
Reynaldo Gallegos as Rey (as Rey Gallegos)
Stephen Dunlevy as Macon
Daniel Bernhardt as Bone Breaker
Ryan Sturz as Pretty Boy
Brandon Melendy as Reaver
Luke Hawx as Reaver
Paul Andrew O’Connor as Reaver
Rocky Abou-Sakher as Reaver
Jean Claude Leuyer as Reaver
Jef Groff as Reaver
Jeremy Fitzgerald as Reaver
Chris Palermo as Reaver
Clinton Roberts as Reaver
Keith Jardine as Reaver
Andrew Arrabito as Reaver
Sebastian James as Reaver
Aaron Matthews as Reaver
Garrett Hammond as Reaver
Matt McClain as Reaver
Maureen Brennan as Motel Manager
Hannah Westerfield as Rebecca
Bryant Tardy as Bobby
Ashlyn Casalegno as Charlotte
Parker Lovein as Lizard Boy
Jimmy Gonzales as Mexican Staff Member
Lennie Loftin as Jackson
Mark Ashworth as Bartender
James Handy as Old Doctor
Bryce Romero as Prom Teen #1
Phi Vu as Prom Teen #2
Chester Rushing as Prom Teen #3
David Simpson as Prom Teen #4
Lauren Gros as Bridesmaid
John Raymond as Pastor
Vanessa Cloke as Mourning Widow
Katie Anne Mitchell as Infirmary Nurse
Lara Grice as Car Dealer
James Moses Black as Major
Ned Yousef as Banger
Baxter Humby as Banger
Daniel Hernández as Banger
Michael Lehr as Banger
Bryan Sloyer as Banger
John Bernecker as Federale
Joe Williams as Federale
Robert Wu as Federale
Victor Winters-Junco as Federale
Craig Henningsen as Federale
Evan Dane Taylor as Federale
Toby Holguin as Federale
Panuvat Anthony Nanakornpanom as Federale
Eyad Elbitar as Federale
Rissa Rose Kilar as Pine Cone Girl
Salef Celiz as Jonah
Aidan Kennedy as Mutant Child
Chase Cubia as Mutant Child
Vincenzo Lucatorto as Mutant Child
Haley Glass as Mutant Child
Nayah Murphy as Mutant Child
Emma Teo as Mutant Child
Noell Jellison as Mutant Child
Ella Rowbotham as Mutant Child
Hudson Wright as Mutant Child
Sebeon Jackson as Mutant Child
Kelton DuMont as Glowing Eyes Boy
Damon Carney as Jackson’s Henchman
Cynthia Woods as Screaming Casino Woman
Mali O’Connor as Bumpy Skinned Kid
Robert Vargas as Border Guard
David Paris as Helicopter Pilot
Ted Ferguson as Laura’s Grandpa (uncredited)
Juan Gaspard as Homeless Guy (uncredited)
Christopher Heskey as Reaver (uncredited)
Julia Holt as Casino Patron (uncredited)
Natosha Humphrey as Club Goer (uncredited)
Lizeth Hutchings as Nurse (uncredited)
Donald M. Krause as Clinic Visitor (uncredited)
Justin Lebrun as Reaver (uncredited)
Gentry Lee as Military Contractor (uncredited)
Gonzalo Robles as Special Forces (uncredited)
Daymond C. Roman as Special Forces (uncredited)
Mary Peyton Stewart as Bridesmaid (uncredited)
Michael Love Toliver as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Gregory Paul Valdez as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Dave Davis as Convenience Store Clerk