Following last year's "Black & Chrome" version of Mad Max: Fury Road, another incredible sequel is getting the bold treatment.
Logan, the final chapter in the story of Hugh Jackman's Wolverine, got the best reviews of any X-Men movie, and the film out-grossed both X-Men Origins and The Wolverine. But director James Mangold wanted audiences to see his preferred version in theaters before the movie hits Blu-ray on May 23.
On May 16, only at Alamo Drafthouse theaters across the country, audiences can check out what they're calling Logan Noir, which includes the monochromatic version of the film, along with a stream of a live Q&A with Mangold. Attendees are encouraged to wear all black and white, which can earn them a limited edition poster. Fans might also get their questions answered by Mangold by using the hashtag #AskAlamo on Twitter.
This will be the only time (for now) that the black-and-white version will be shown in theaters, so you'll need to act fast if you want to see this version of Wolverine's one last ride.