Daniel Henney started his career as a model. His performance in ‘My Lovely Sam Soon,’ the hit Korean television series made him a household name in South Korea. His is renowned for starring in films like, ‘The Last Stand,’ an action film, ‘Seducing Mr. Perfect,’ a South Korean film, ‘X-Men Origins: Wolverine,’ the American superhero film, ‘Big Hero 6,’ the 3D computer-animated superhero film, ‘Shanghai Calling,’ the American romantic-comedy film and ‘My Father,’ the South Korean film for which he won the ‘Blue Dragon Award’ and the ‘Grand Bell Award.’ Henney is also famous for his performances in a number of Korean dramas, including ‘Hawaii Five-O,’ ‘Spring Waltz,’ ‘Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders,’ and ‘The Fugitive: Plan B.’ Some of his other notable film credits include, ‘Shanty Town Shanty Down,’ ‘The Spy: Undercover Operation,’ ‘One Night Surprise,’ ‘Papa,’ etc.
The first installment of the Wolverine trilogy, the film revolves around the early years of James Logan, his rivalry with his brother Victor Creed, his service in Weapon X, Special Forces team, and his experimentation into the mutant Wolverine.
Ex-LAPD officer Ray Owens semi-retires as the sheriff of a quiet border town, but crime chases him there when drug lord Gabriel Cortez escapes from FBI and rushes towards border with his gang. Reluctant at first considering the limitations of his small force, Owens eventually prepares for a last stand to prevent Cortez from fleeing to Mexico.
Loosely based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name, the film tells the story of Hiro Hamada, a young robotics prodigy who decides to form a superhero team to fight an unidentified masked villain. It became the highest-grossing animated film of 2014.