You can thank George Miller: re-releasing your movie in theaters in black and white is all the rage. You’ll recall the “Black & Chrome” edition of “Mad Max: Fury Road” hit DVD and a one-week run in U.K. earlier this year. Now, director James Mangold is following in similar footsteps with a black and white release of “Logan” arriving for one day on May 16 in the U.S.

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Mangold confirmed the news on Twitter today after teasing it an hour earlier (though the rumored release came up in March). “To make a great B&W version of a film, the whole thing’s gotta be regraded & timed shot by shot,” he explained. The director said the B&W version will eventually hit DVD and Blu-Ray too.

But before you accuse Mangold of following a trend Miller may have created, remember that the filmmaker did release the first batch of “Logan” images in black and white so perhaps this was his intention from the get-go.

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Similarly, many assumed the R-Rating from “Logan” came thanks to the success of the R-rated “Deadpool,” but both the Merc with the mouth writers and Mangold have confirmed a bloodier version was the idea from the jump. Unfortunately, only U.S. audiences will get the release, at least for now.

Currently, the action drama is the third highest grossing film in the “X-Men” franchise behind ‘Days Of Future Past‘ and the aforementioned “Deadpool.” “Logan” has cracked $600 million worldwide and made $223 million stateside. It is the second highest-grossing film of the year in the U.S. and third highest around the globe. Unless he somehow returns to the role in a prequel, “Logan” is ostensibly the final chapter of the Wolverine story as played by Hugh Jackman.