History Awesome / XMenDaysOfFuturePast

21st Mar '17 7:35:34 AM Saveelich
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* ''Days of Future Past'' became the highest-grossing ''X-Men'' film at the box office with $747 million worldwide (not counting ''Film/{{Deadpool|2016}}'', which is set in the same continuity but isn't an ensemble X-men movie), doubling the gross of ''Film/XMenFirstClass'', and remained the best-received critically until ''Film/{{Logan}}'' (although ''Logan'' isn't an ensemble X-men movie, again).

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* ''Days of Future Past'' became the highest-grossing ''X-Men'' film at the box office with $747 million worldwide (not counting ''Film/{{Deadpool|2016}}'', which is set in the same continuity but isn't an ensemble X-men movie), doubling the gross of ''Film/XMenFirstClass'', and remained the best-received critically until ''Film/{{Logan}}'' came out (although ''Logan'' isn't an ensemble X-men movie, again).
21st Mar '17 7:35:13 AM Saveelich
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* ''Days of Future Past'' became the highest-grossing ''X-Men'' film at the box office with $747 million worldwide (not counting ''Film/{{Deadpool|2016}}'', which is set in the same continuity but isn't an ensemble X-men movie), doubling the gross of ''Film/XMenFirstClass'', and remains the best-received critically.

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* ''Days of Future Past'' became the highest-grossing ''X-Men'' film at the box office with $747 million worldwide (not counting ''Film/{{Deadpool|2016}}'', which is set in the same continuity but isn't an ensemble X-men movie), doubling the gross of ''Film/XMenFirstClass'', and remains remained the best-received critically.critically until ''Film/{{Logan}}'' (although ''Logan'' isn't an ensemble X-men movie, again).
9th Mar '17 12:18:58 AM DaFlabbagasta
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2nd Feb '17 2:29:32 AM Saveelich
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* Just seeing the beloved casts of characters from both the original ''X-Men'' trilogy and ''First Class'' [[CrossOver working together]] in the same movie is awesome in itself.

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* Just seeing the beloved casts of characters from both the original ''X-Men'' trilogy and ''First Class'' [[CrossOver working together]] ''through time'' in the same movie is awesome in itself.
2nd Feb '17 2:28:55 AM Saveelich
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* ''Days of Future Past'' became the highest-grossing ''X-Men'' film at the box office with $747 million worldwide (until ''Film/{{Deadpool|2016}}'' surpassed it), doubling the gross of ''Film/XMenFirstClass'', and remains the best-received critically.

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* ''Days of Future Past'' became the highest-grossing ''X-Men'' film at the box office with $747 million worldwide (until ''Film/{{Deadpool|2016}}'' surpassed it), (not counting ''Film/{{Deadpool|2016}}'', which is set in the same continuity but isn't an ensemble X-men movie), doubling the gross of ''Film/XMenFirstClass'', and remains the best-received critically.
25th Oct '16 3:16:34 PM siberia82
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* ''Days of Future Past'' became the highest-grossing ''X-men'' film at the box office with $747 million worldwide (until ''Film/{{Deadpool|2016}}'' surpassed it), doubling the gross of ''Film/XmenFirstClass'', and remains the best-received critically.
* The film managed to repair the disastrous continuity errors within the ''X-Men'' Movie-verse. As of this film, there have been 7 films in the saga:
** ''Film/{{XMen|1}}'' appears to be in continuity with ''Future Past'', as Future!Charles tells Logan how he helped Logan regain his lost memories, which occurred at the conclusion of the first film. Some Weapon X footage is used from this film as well.

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* ''Days of Future Past'' became the highest-grossing ''X-men'' ''X-Men'' film at the box office with $747 million worldwide (until ''Film/{{Deadpool|2016}}'' surpassed it), doubling the gross of ''Film/XmenFirstClass'', ''Film/XMenFirstClass'', and remains the best-received critically.
* The film managed to repair the disastrous continuity errors within the ''X-Men'' Movie-verse.movie-verse. As of this film, there have been 7 films in the saga:
** ''Film/{{XMen|1}}'' ''Film/XMen1'' appears to be in continuity with ''Future Past'', as Future!Charles tells Logan how he helped Logan regain his lost memories, which occurred at the conclusion of the first film. Some Weapon X footage is used from this film as well.



** ''[[Film/XMenOriginsWolverine Origins]]'' is in continuity due to a flashback of Victor Creed stepping on Logan's bone claws. Some Weapon X footage was used from this film.

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** ''[[Film/XMenOriginsWolverine Origins]]'' ''Film/XMenOriginsWolverine'' is in continuity due to a flashback of Victor Creed stepping on Logan's bone claws. Some Weapon X footage was used from this film.



* Just seeing the beloved casts of characters from both the ''X-Men Trilogy'' and ''First Class'' [[CrossOver working together]] in the same movie is awesome in itself.

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* Just seeing the beloved casts of characters from both the ''X-Men Trilogy'' original ''X-Men'' trilogy and ''First Class'' [[CrossOver working together]] in the same movie is awesome in itself.


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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5AqT-V91BU Everything GREAT About ''X-Men: Days of Future Past''!]] by [=CinemaWins=].
20th Oct '16 9:43:44 AM Saveelich
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* ''Days of Future Past'' became the highest-grossing ''X-men'' film at the box office with $747 million worldwide (until ''Film/{{Deadpool}}'' surpassed it), doubling the gross of ''Film/XmenFirstClass'', and remains the best-received critically.

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* ''Days of Future Past'' became the highest-grossing ''X-men'' film at the box office with $747 million worldwide (until ''Film/{{Deadpool}}'' ''Film/{{Deadpool|2016}}'' surpassed it), doubling the gross of ''Film/XmenFirstClass'', and remains the best-received critically.
20th Oct '16 9:43:13 AM Saveelich
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* ''Days of Future Past'' managed to repair the disastrous continuity errors within the ''X-Men'' Movie-verse. As of this film, there have been 7 films in the saga:
** ''[[Film/XMen1 X-Men]]'' appears to be in continuity with ''Future Past'', as Future!Charles tells Logan how he helped Logan regain his lost memories, which occurred at the conclusion of the first film. Some Weapon X footage is used from this film as well.

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* ''Days of Future Past'' became the highest-grossing ''X-men'' film at the box office with $747 million worldwide (until ''Film/{{Deadpool}}'' surpassed it), doubling the gross of ''Film/XmenFirstClass'', and remains the best-received critically.
* The film
managed to repair the disastrous continuity errors within the ''X-Men'' Movie-verse. As of this film, there have been 7 films in the saga:
** ''[[Film/XMen1 X-Men]]'' ''Film/{{XMen|1}}'' appears to be in continuity with ''Future Past'', as Future!Charles tells Logan how he helped Logan regain his lost memories, which occurred at the conclusion of the first film. Some Weapon X footage is used from this film as well.
28th Aug '16 12:33:31 PM siberia82
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!!The Movie



* Meta-Example: ''Days of Future Past'' managed to repair the disastrous continuity errors within the ''X-Men'' Movie-verse. As of this film, there have been 7 films in the saga:
** ''[[Film/XMen1 X-Men]]'' appears to be in continuity with ''Future Past'', as Future!Charles tells Logan how he helped Logan regain his lost memories, which occurred at the conclusion of the first film. Some Weapon X footage is used from this film as well.
** ''Film/X2XMenUnited'' is most definitely in continuity, as it shows scenes from the Weapon X experiments at Alkali Lake.
** As is ''Film/XMenTheLastStand'', which shows clips of Phoenix and her death.
** ''[[Film/XMenOriginsWolverine Origins]]'' is in continuity due to a flashback of Victor Creed stepping on Logan's bone claws. Some Weapon X footage was used from this film.
** ''Film/XMenFirstClass'' and ''Film/TheWolverine'' are also in continuity, as they lead directly into ''Future Past''; the former being the prequel to it, the latter leading directly into the future scenes.
** [[spoiler:It also wipes out all these continuities at the climax of the film, and ''Film/XMenApocalypse'' seems to confirm this so this is really a moot point now.]] The original trilogy at least.



---> '''2023 Professor X''': The future: a dark, desolate world, a world of war, suffering, loss on both sides. Mutants, and the humans who dared to help them, fighting an enemy we cannot defeat. Are we destined down this path, destined to destroy ourselves like so many species before us? Or can we evolve fast enough to change ourselves, change our fate? Is the future truly set?
* Just seeing the beloved casts of characters from both the ''X-Men Trilogy'' and ''First Class'' [[CrossOver working together]] in the same movie is awesome in itself.
* It's very subtle, but Creator/PatrickStewart's performance [[spoiler:in the AlternateTimeline]] is different from his previous scenes and the rest of the franchise. He is essentially playing an elderly version of Creator/JamesMcAvoy's character, capturing a small part of the latter's bubbly exuberance. (Charles is in his late eighties/early nineties in 2023, so his energy level is obviously a lot lower than that of his 1962 self.) Stewart's Professor X has traditionally been more serious and guarded, but the one Wolverine speaks to near the end of the movie is more light-hearted and open. Stewart had stated in an interview not long after ''Film/XMenFirstClass'' was released that he had enjoyed [=McAvoy=]'s portrayal of the young Xavier, and wished that he could emulate some of it should he ever have the chance to play the character again. Well, the actor did exactly that!

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---> '''2023 --->'''2023 Professor X''': The future: a dark, desolate world, a world of war, suffering, loss on both sides. Mutants, and the humans who dared to help them, fighting an enemy we cannot defeat. Are we destined down this path, destined to destroy ourselves like so many species before us? Or can we evolve fast enough to change ourselves, change our fate? Is the future truly set?
* Just seeing the beloved casts of characters from both the ''X-Men Trilogy'' and ''First Class'' [[CrossOver working together]] in the same movie is awesome in itself.
* It's very subtle, but Creator/PatrickStewart's performance [[spoiler:in the AlternateTimeline]] is different from his previous scenes and the rest of the franchise. He is essentially playing an elderly version of Creator/JamesMcAvoy's character, capturing a small part of the latter's bubbly exuberance. (Charles is in his late eighties/early nineties in 2023, so his energy level is obviously a lot lower than that of his 1962 self.) Stewart's Professor X has traditionally been more serious and guarded, but the one Wolverine speaks to near the end of the movie is more light-hearted and open. Stewart had stated in an interview not long after ''Film/XMenFirstClass'' was released that he had enjoyed [=McAvoy=]'s portrayal of the young Xavier, and wished that he could emulate some of it should he ever have the chance to play the character again. Well, the actor did exactly that!
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!!Meta
* ''Days of Future Past'' managed to repair the disastrous continuity errors within the ''X-Men'' Movie-verse. As of this film, there have been 7 films in the saga:
** ''[[Film/XMen1 X-Men]]'' appears to be in continuity with ''Future Past'', as Future!Charles tells Logan how he helped Logan regain his lost memories, which occurred at the conclusion of the first film. Some Weapon X footage is used from this film as well.
** ''Film/X2XMenUnited'' is most definitely in continuity, as it shows scenes from the Weapon X experiments at Alkali Lake.
** As is ''Film/XMenTheLastStand'', which shows clips of Phoenix and her death.
** ''[[Film/XMenOriginsWolverine Origins]]'' is in continuity due to a flashback of Victor Creed stepping on Logan's bone claws. Some Weapon X footage was used from this film.
** ''Film/XMenFirstClass'' and ''Film/TheWolverine'' are also in continuity, as they lead directly into ''Future Past''; the former being the prequel to it, the latter leading directly into the future scenes.
** [[spoiler:It also wipes out all these continuities at the climax of the film, and ''Film/XMenApocalypse'' seems to confirm this so this is really a moot point now.]] The original trilogy at least.
* Just seeing the beloved casts of characters from both the ''X-Men Trilogy'' and ''First Class'' [[CrossOver working together]] in the same movie is awesome in itself.
* It's very subtle, but Creator/PatrickStewart's performance [[spoiler:in the AlternateTimeline]] is different from his previous scenes and the rest of the franchise. He is essentially playing an elderly version of Creator/JamesMcAvoy's character, capturing a small part of the latter's bubbly exuberance. (Charles is in his late eighties/early nineties in 2023, so his energy level is obviously a lot lower than that of his 1962 self.) Stewart's Professor X has traditionally been more serious and guarded, but the one Wolverine speaks to near the end of the movie is more light-hearted and open. Stewart had stated in an interview not long after ''Film/XMenFirstClass'' was released that he had enjoyed [=McAvoy=]'s portrayal of the young Xavier, and wished that he could emulate some of it should he ever have the chance to play the character again. Well, the actor did exactly that!
* [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4n9jjd A set of character promos]] featuring Wolverine, Professor X, Magneto, Storm and Colossus.
31st May '16 10:39:41 AM luiz4200
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* [[spoiler:Without the adamantium mixed to his skeleton, one might have expected Wolverine to actually defeat Magneto or at least make it way harder for the latter to win. Magneto merely uses his power on some nearby steel cables to hold Wolverine down]].
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