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Wolverine Trailer

Here are the US domestic and Internatinal trailers for the up coming Wolverine Moive.
This films takes place after X-Men: The Last Stand.
How this film will be fit into X-Men: Days of Future Past, that is currnetly in production.
Is yet to be seen.

Anyway Enjoy


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One response

  1. Looks good. Though, I wonder how many more films they’re going to be able to do with Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. Hugh’s great, I’ve been a fan since I first saw him in X-Men, but he’s not ageless. He looked pretty much the same in the first three X-Men movies, but he’s visibly aging now. I’ll go see him as Wolverine anytime, but he certainly doesn’t look the same as he did 13 years ago (but, who does?)

    As for fitting into the First Class/Days of Future Past continuity, I don’t think it’s supposed to. The original idea behind what happened in The Last Stand was that they were going to end the X-Men movies and do some character pieces. That’s why the X-Men were pretty much no more at the end of The Last Stand. Originally, they claimed they were going to do (at least) Wolverine, Storm and Magneto movies. Obviously, they’re doing the Wolverine movies. Storm never happened, I don’t know why. X-Men: First Class originally started out as the Magneto movie. It was supposed to show young Eric as he got his powers, which it did, but the entire movie was going to focus on him. However, they decided instead to focus on both young Eric and young Charles, and it became an X-Men movie. At that time, they knew they were pretty much rebooting the franchise. And, there are a lot of indications of this in First Class. One of the most obvious is Charles being bound to a wheelchair and split from Eric when he still had hair. This contradicts what they did in The Last Stand, which showed a hairless Charles walking with Eric to meet Jean Grey for the first time. Also, in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, couldn’t he walk? I know he had no hair. Though, the continuity of that movie is off anyway. They show Scott Summers as a high school student in 1979, (the Three Mile Island disaster) but that would make that character too young for James Marsden to play him. James was only 5 years old when that happened in 1979. Now, obviously, Hugh Jackman has a small cameo as his famous character in First Class, but that was more of a shout-out to the fans. As far as I know, his Wolverine movies are supposedly in the original X-Men continuity, despite the mentioned Scott Summers issue. So, that would mean they’re not in the new X-Men movie continuity, I think.

    (sorry for the wall of text ;))

    28/03/2013 at 16:32

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