Wolverine reps hard for the woodland creatures.
Internet leaks might cripple your average movie star, but Wolverine has regenerative properties and an indestructible metal adamantium skeleton. With that in mind, Complex fully expects Hugh Jackman and X-Men Origins: Wolverine to run the box office this weekend (unless, of course, you and your boys are gonna leave your nuts in the jars on your girls' dressers and go see Ghosts of Girlfriends Past). That's just how our mutant hero does—he beasts.
Now, despite his name and all that talk of unleashing the animal inside, dude is technically not an actual fusion of man and wolverine. In fact, "Wolverine" is just a code name that the Canadian government gave to their operative because, well, they have wolverines up north and he's kinda vicious like they are. Sadly, that means he has all that facial hair just because he's a dirty Canadian hipster. Anyway, Wolverine got us thinking about the best man-beasts in movies (yes, we went bestial). Peep our picks and let it roar if we left your favorite off. Sorry, but man-women don't count...
TEEN WOLF (TEEN WOLF)
• Wolves are great at basketball, so it makes perfect sense that a teenage werewolf kills it on the court (and that his team has more werewolves than black dudes).
GLENSTORM THE CENTAUR (THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA)
• The last time man and horse were this close, "Mr. Hands" got his colon perforated.
THE WERECATS (SLEEPWALKERS)
• Go ahead, call him a pussy.
THE FLY (THE FLY)
• You can't even imagine how difficult it is for a man-fly to find a piece of dog shit big enough to chill out on.
THE APES (PLANET OF THE APES)
• Are you really gonna call us out because technically humans are apes? Thanks, nerd. Fuck off and go back to spanking your monkey.
THE WERESHEEP (BLACK SHEEP)
• The only wool coat he'll let you wear is his seed spray.
ASTERIUS THE MINOTAUR (THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA)
• On the bright side, ladies can't complain when he's on that bullshit.