Will Liev Schreiber Reprise ‘Old Man Sabretooth’ In Wolverine 3?
As Hugh Jackman’s final days as Wolverine loom closer, Wolverine 3 is still one huge mystery. So far, we know two things: 20th Century Fox is eyeing a R rating, and it will adapt Mark Millar’s iconic Old Man Logan story from the comics. Old Man Logan takes place over 50 years in the future. In it, Wolverine is older and living happily with his family when he’s called on a final mission by Hawkeye.
That being said, how will Jackman’s tenure as the titular Marvel hero play out? And will he get one final sparring match with his archenemy, Victor Creed a.k.a Sabretooth (Liev Schreiber)?
“We talked about it,” Schreiber told MTV News on the Oscars red carpet last night, referring to his conversations with Jackman. “I don’t know. He’s mentioned it to me. The Old Man Logan story—that’s appealing. That’s something that I can do. Old, being the operative word.”
According to IMDb, Wolverine 3 will again be directed by The Wolverine‘s James Mangold, also co-star Patrick Stewart as Charles Xavier/Professor X, and is slated for a 2017 release.