What separates Logan, Hugh Jackman's last ride as Wolverine, from other modern superheros will be its gritty, down to earth tone - at least according to a script page released by director James Mangold.
The page doesn't reveal much in the way of story, but it does kick off with a diatribe from Mangold about the tone of the fights which, according to him, are anything but a "gravity defying, city block destroying, CG f---fest."
The page, released alongside the title and poster for the film, explains that people will die in Logan - lots of people. "In this flick, people will get hurt or die when s--- falls on them. They will get just as hurt or just as killed if they get hit with something heavy like, say, a car."
The script page's opening diatribe also explains that Logan's powers aren't what they once were, leaving him in a state of constant pain. He's turned to drink as a painkiller, and audiences should "worry about him."
The page ends with the beginnings of a fight scene between a drunk Logan and what appear to be some gang members, and it does not seem to end well for our hero.
Considering this is Jackman's last appearance as Wolverine (according to the actor), perhaps fans should be worried that he'll actually kick the bucket. Logan is due out in theaters March 3, 2017.