The Writers Guild of America nominated “Logan” for best adapted script.
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Acclaimed "X-Men" spin-off "Logan" – featuring a weary, bleaker version of Wolverine – Thursday joined the tiny clique of superhero movies nominated for Hollywood's top writing awards.Directed by Mangold and starring Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart, "Logan" was one of the best-received action movies of 2017 and has a 93-percent approval rating on reviews website Rotten Tomatoes.Comic-book movies don't tend to score big in the awards season except in technical categories, but Fox's "Deadpool," another "X-Men" spin-off, was another exception in last year's WGA awards.
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