"Les Miserables" and "The Wolverine" are basically the same movie, right?

Maybe it's just something conjured up by our twisted, movie-loving minds, but we noticed something as we were watching the recently released trailer for "The Wolverine": a remarkable parallel between the journey of Hugh Jackman's rogue mutant Wolverine and the tear-inducing story of Jean Valjean. They share imprisonment, a penchant for rebellion, and a fondness for avoiding the barber.

With this in mind, we combined the DNA from the trailers of "Les Miserables" and "The Wolverine" and gave birth to what we've lovingly named "Les Wolverine." Enjoy.

Editor's note: We're very aware that the French article "les" is associated with plural nouns and "wolverine" is singular. We're claiming artistic license.

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