Published: Wed, May 17, 2017
Life&Culture | By Kristin Armstrong

Logan LEAK: Sabretooth deleted scene with Wolverine REVEALED

Logan LEAK: Sabretooth deleted scene with Wolverine REVEALED

When the very first trailer for Fox's Logan dropped previous year, it was the ad's careful use of Johnny Cash's haunting "Hurt" that suggested the movie would have an emotional weight and depth to it unlike any other X-Men flick. She was also completely unknown and yet here she is in a room with none other than Hugh Jackman and completely stealing to show. And while Jackman absolutely kicked ass in the film, there was another breakout performance that had us all talking well after the credits rolled.

Keen didn't just impress her co-stars- she also caught the attention of the film's producers.

The audition video shared by Entertainment Weekly featuring the little star proved that she was meant to play the role of Wolverine's daughter from Day 1.

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Spoilers: Those who have watched the movie will recall the scene between Keen and Jackman after the whole Professor X death panned out.

But the video revealed that this was the scene that was given to the young actress during the auditions and she reenacted as though she was filming for the movie. Jackman said when EW was doing their cover story.

"How do you have an 11-year-old character who doesn't speak in 90 pages?" Well, director James Mangold has granted our wishes, and today he's even released a trailer for Logain Noir. So you should be able to see Logan Noir one way or another, if you feel so inclined as a Wolverine fan, or as a fan of good movies in general. In a clip from her screen test released in anticipation for Logan's release on Blu-ray May 23 and digital download Tuesday, we see just how perfectly Keen inhabited this role with her own initiative and creativity. "[Keen] was really a remarkable discovery".

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