The new trailer for Bryan Singer's action movie shows Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) attempting to change the world through time travel. The film co-starring Michael Fassbender, Ian McKellen, and Jennifer Lawrence is set to hit theaters on May 23.
UPDATED: "Hunger Games" becomes the first film since "Avatar" to spend four straight weekends at No. 1, while fellow Lionsgate pic "Cabin in the Woods" opens third with $14.9 million; "Titanic 3D," fueled by China, beats "Battleship" overseas. READ MORE
UPDATED: The biggest headline of the weekend will be overseas, where Universal and Hasbro's tentpole "Battleship" is expected to open to $58 million from 26 markets; the event pic won't open domestically for another five weeks. READ MORE
The three films could all gross in the $5 million to $7 million range for the day; "Stooges" could end up on top, but it needs to gross $6 million or more to overtake monster "Hunger Games" for the weekend. READ MORE