With Logan bringing Wolverine's X-Men adventures on the big screen to a close, we do our best to put Hugh Jackman's character's complicated timeline in (mostly) chronological order.
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It makes perfect sense; and I know what you might be thinking: but there is 2 different quicksilvers.
Actually if you apply the years and dates of when the movies are based on, it makes sense: quicksilver in X-men apocalypse and days of the future past is only a teenager and in avengers age of ultron he’s in around his 40’s so if you apply the time and date it actually makes sense.
And now that Disney has made a deal with fox that can be true, plus no one wants Disney to reboot the X-men (people want Hugh Jackman back).
3:22 how could charles know what logan was talking about? He sent wolverine back to the 70s in 2023 but then that was changed so he didn't had to do it bc trask was no threat after "days of future past". So that means shouldn't know logan at all?
This still doesn't make sense to me cuz in the first x men movie charles Xavier tells wolverine who sabretooth is like they never met like they were strangers which doesn't make sense because saber tooth is wolverines brother hes known him for a long time now
How to watch the entire X-Men Franchise (Just the movie, not a big montage)
#1: X-Men: First Class (2011)
#2: X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)
#3: X-Men (2000)
#4: X2: X-Men United (2003)
#5: X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)
#6: The Wolverine (2013)
#7: X-Men: Days of future past (2014)
#8: X-Men: Apocalypse (2016)
#9: Logan (2017)
In last stand during the post credit scene it’s hinted that Charles transferred his conscious over to his brothers..in the comics he has a twin brother...chances are his brother was either brain dead or comatose for sometime. This allowed Charles to come back
Well that's the thing that doesn't make sense. Wolverine and Sabretooth meet Stryker before the events in Days of Future Past. But Stryker's in that movie too (and younger looking) and he clearly had never seen Wolverine before. They really botched up the timeline with that little detail, if not more.
I might buy myself all the x men wolverin and logan movies but i dont know how many movies and which movies there are
Could anyone write me a short list of all the movies that have to deal with logan and professor x
So here is a question or theory regarding the space/time continuum. Technically speaking, isn't Wolverine a walking anomaly? Since, he is the only one that lived or was conscience of timeline A; shouldn't reality or timeline B itself, had collapsed as soon as he died? He was the only one holding the fabric of it together, because he altered it.
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