Hugh Jackman's final installment as Wolverine may have a simple title, but the sequel to 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine and 2013's The Wolverine will be anything but.
On Tuesday morning, director James Mangold revealed the second page of the movie script emblazoned with the title's official name, Logan, amidst a smattering of F-bombs and other swear words.
Minutes later, the 47-year-old X-Men star tweeted a photo of the official movie poster that depicts the superhero holding the hand a young child, likely a nod to the Old Man Logan storyline from the comic books.
Six months ahead of its release, the Marvel Comics film is already living up to the hype of having a different tone than that of its two predecessors, as well as its reported R rating.
"My family -- they nicknamed me TMZ 'cause don't tell me any secrets, but basically it's gonna be very different," Jackman told ET Saturday at MPTF's Hollywood's Night Under The Stars event. "Very different in tone, and hopefully different [than] anything we've done, which is a good thing. I'm very excited about it."