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'Logan' Slashes Its Way Past $100 Million at US Box Office


On Tuesday this week, the movie 'Logan' pulled in another $8.6 million in box office earnings to push the film past the $100 million mark in US earnings. According to Deadline, 'Logan's' global earnings have also pushed the Wolverine franchise as a whole past the $1 billion milestone. The movie, which has received rave reviews from audiences and critics, is the final time actors Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart will portray their mutant counterparts: Wolverine and Professor X respectively.

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