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30th Jul '16 12:00:35 PM nombretomado
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That whole thing about being a Canadian from the 1700s? Total RedHerring and he's really a poor carpenter from Israel who was born around 1 BC. Think about it both were short and Jesus was presumably hairy. Wolverine could survive crucifixion and come back a bit later after being knocked out. Also Mary Magdalene is often associated with red and to quote wolvie in that awful new Spider-man cartoon he "likes [him] a redhead." Also something about DanBrown. As for the complete change in personality? Well thinking about all the terrible stuff that the universe has put wolverine through in the last 200 years alone I wouldn't blame anyone for being a dick if they went through that kind of crap for ten times longer. As for how he is on so many teams at once? [[AWizardDidIt Jesus did it.]]

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That whole thing about being a Canadian from the 1700s? Total RedHerring and he's really a poor carpenter from Israel who was born around 1 BC. Think about it both were short and Jesus was presumably hairy. Wolverine could survive crucifixion and come back a bit later after being knocked out. Also Mary Magdalene is often associated with red and to quote wolvie in that awful new Spider-man cartoon he "likes [him] a redhead." Also something about DanBrown.Creator/DanBrown. As for the complete change in personality? Well thinking about all the terrible stuff that the universe has put wolverine through in the last 200 years alone I wouldn't blame anyone for being a dick if they went through that kind of crap for ten times longer. As for how he is on so many teams at once? [[AWizardDidIt Jesus did it.]]
12th Apr '16 1:38:06 AM Digifiend
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*Eventually happened in ''ComicBook/AmazingXMen''. Cost him his soul though.




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*Woah, this is an old one. Magik has been back since before ''ComicBook/AvengersVsXMen'', which at the time of writing was four years ago. Also, Colossus lost his Juggernaut powers when he became part of the Phoenix Five (along with Magik, Cyclops, Emma Frost and Namor) during that event.
28th Dec '15 11:05:07 AM Anddrix
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He's already been cloned once, and suffers from amnesia. Who's to say that his regenerative factor, some scientists monkeying with his DNA or both resulted in Wolverine copies and thus he ended up everywhere. Hey, if DoctorDoom can [[ActuallyADoombot make completely realistic and identical copies]] so that the fans don't say "they ruined Doctor Doom!", why can't James Howlett?

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He's already been cloned once, and suffers from amnesia. Who's to say that his regenerative factor, some scientists monkeying with his DNA or both resulted in Wolverine copies and thus he ended up everywhere. Hey, if DoctorDoom Doctor Doom can [[ActuallyADoombot make completely realistic and identical copies]] so that the fans don't say "they ruined Doctor Doom!", why can't James Howlett?
11th Oct '15 1:49:49 PM StFan
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Wolverine's old, uses his claws a lot and doesn't age. Meanwhile OldManLogan has him being old and ''not using his claws'' since the villains took over and ''aging''. Clearly he needs to use his claws to keep his healing factor sharp.

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Wolverine's old, uses his claws a lot and doesn't age. Meanwhile OldManLogan ''ComicBook/OldManLogan'' has him being old and ''not using his claws'' since the villains took over and ''aging''. Clearly he needs to use his claws to keep his healing factor sharp.
26th Sep '15 8:54:33 PM nombretomado
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*** [[RuleofThree Orrrrr]] Jean Grey and the Phoenix get over their collective mental problems and realize something is fishy so she gathers a dream team of [[DroppedaBridgeonHim dead]] and [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome forgotten]] characters to help her find, gang-up on and collectively beat the ever loving crap out of whoever is doing this. (the characters I have in my head for this are Wasp and the Pat Mulligan version of Toxin) Cue them finding [[OneMoreDay Mephisto about to erase the Parker's marriage]] while hiding either a Cosmic cube or the Infinity Gauntlet behind his back. Cue the Phoenix smacking the Macguffin out of his hand and a hilariously over the top curbstomp battle. Then they could either just retcon stuff out at their leisure or they could pull a Crisis on Infinite earths style reboot.

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*** [[RuleofThree Orrrrr]] Jean Grey and the Phoenix get over their collective mental problems and realize something is fishy so she gathers a dream team of [[DroppedaBridgeonHim dead]] and [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome forgotten]] characters to help her find, gang-up on and collectively beat the ever loving crap out of whoever is doing this. (the characters I have in my head for this are Wasp and the Pat Mulligan version of Toxin) Cue them finding [[OneMoreDay [[ComicBook/OneMoreDay Mephisto about to erase the Parker's marriage]] while hiding either a Cosmic cube or the Infinity Gauntlet behind his back. Cue the Phoenix smacking the Macguffin out of his hand and a hilariously over the top curbstomp battle. Then they could either just retcon stuff out at their leisure or they could pull a Crisis on Infinite earths style reboot.
26th Aug '15 4:12:15 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Kurt Wagner and Hank [=McCoy=] are both [[TheMuppets Muppets]] ]]

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[[WMG: Kurt Wagner and Hank [=McCoy=] are both [[TheMuppets [[Franchise/TheMuppets Muppets]] ]]
13th May '15 5:02:55 PM StFan
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[[WMG: There is no RuleThirtyFour in the Franchise/{{X-Men}} universe.]]

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[[WMG: There is no RuleThirtyFour in the Franchise/{{X-Men}} Franchise/XMen universe.]]



* Except that it's been established, thanks to alternate universes, such as Age of Apocalypse and Exiles, that Morph used to be Changeling when first starting out. In the [=AoA=], they're on two entirely different continents during consecutively running stories, X-Calibre and Astonishing X-men, respectively. Changeling died while posing as Professor X. The team keeps trusting her because she's just that manipulative, and the writers keep handing them the IdiotBall.

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* Except that it's been established, thanks to alternate universes, such as Age of Apocalypse and Exiles, that Morph used to be Changeling when first starting out. In the [=AoA=], they're on two entirely different continents during consecutively running stories, X-Calibre and Astonishing X-men, X-Men, respectively. Changeling died while posing as Professor X. The team keeps trusting her because she's just that manipulative, and the writers keep handing them the IdiotBall.



And the Hulk will have to put aside his differences with Xavier and the X-men to take them down. Skaar will become the new War, Hiro-Kala shall become death, Carmilla Black will finally be confirmed as Banner's daughter and become the new Pestilence, and Lyra will become Famine because there was nothing left.

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And the Hulk will have to put aside his differences with Xavier and the X-men X-Men to take them down. Skaar will become the new War, Hiro-Kala shall become death, Carmilla Black will finally be confirmed as Banner's daughter and become the new Pestilence, and Lyra will become Famine because there was nothing left.



** [[{{UltimateX-Men}} Ultimate Wolverine]] certainly seemed to be. He slept with teenage Jean Grey, dated teenage Storm, secretly hid in bushes and watched teenage Scarlet Witch have sex with her brother, and tried to do ''something'' adult with Mary Jane Watson, high-school freshman.

** And don't forget Hisako (aka Armor) in Astonishing X-Men.

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** [[{{UltimateX-Men}} [[ComicBook/UltimateXMen Ultimate Wolverine]] certainly seemed to be. He slept with teenage Jean Grey, dated teenage Storm, secretly hid in bushes and watched teenage Scarlet Witch have sex with her brother, and tried to do ''something'' adult with Mary Jane Watson, high-school freshman.

** And don't forget Hisako (aka (a.k.a. Armor) in Astonishing X-Men.
8th Mar '15 10:20:54 PM Phoenixion
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Following AvengersVSX-Men, mutants are hated and feared more that ever before, which could cause the government to start using the Sentinels again. Also, considering that the BadFuture of the original Days of Future Past storyline was set in 2013, as well as the fact that the ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'' film is coming out in 2014, it will be a nice ShoutOut to the former and a great tie-in for the later.

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Following AvengersVSX-Men, ''ComicBook/AvengersVsXMen'', mutants are hated and feared more that ever before, which could cause the government to start using the Sentinels again. Also, considering that the BadFuture of the original Days of Future Past storyline was set in 2013, as well as the fact that the ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'' film is coming out in 2014, it will be a nice ShoutOut to the former and a great tie-in for the later.
8th Mar '15 10:19:00 PM Phoenixion
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** [[FridgeBrilliance Would this make the second voice in his head a secondary mutation?]]

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** * [[FridgeBrilliance Would this make the second voice in his head a secondary mutation?]]



** X-Men created before Watchmen? Check. X-Men and Watchmen coming from different, competing companies? Check.
** Doctor Manhattan being an omnipotent being who is dislocated from time? Check.

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** * X-Men created before Watchmen? Check. X-Men and Watchmen coming from different, competing companies? Check.
** * Doctor Manhattan being an omnipotent being who is dislocated from time? Check.



** Except mutants were around long before the Government. The oldest one, Selene, has been around since the Hyperborean people.
*** Maybe she was created recently with false memories.
*** Also, TimeTravel exists in the MU.
** In UltimateMarvel, [[spoiler:so-called]] Mutants are [[spoiler: the product of the Canadian (!) superhuman-project]].

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** * Except mutants were around long before the Government. The oldest one, Selene, has been around since the Hyperborean people.
*** ** Maybe she was created recently with false memories.
*** ** Also, TimeTravel exists in the MU.
** * In UltimateMarvel, [[spoiler:so-called]] Mutants are [[spoiler: the product of the Canadian (!) superhuman-project]].



** Didn't Wolverine also leave Kitty in the giant bullet? And since she and Wolverine have, traditionally, had a much much closer relationship than she and Scott, if she's gonna feel betrayed by anyone should it be him instead?
** And Scott ''did'' try to get her out, in fact its said they tried all they could possibly do, they just couldn't. Utopia isn't a mutant Ghetto, really, its more along the same lines as the X-Mansion. Mutants live free of persecution, and train and learn to use their powers safely. The only problem they could have with it would be the same problems with the X-Mansion. Also, [[spoiler: Kurt's death was a HeroicSacrifice, and effectively saved all mutants. it wasn't either Scott's fault or anything he could have stopped or avoided.]] And as pointed out, Logan is just as much at fault, and [[spoiler:with your logic, is just as much at fault for Kurt's death, probably more so since he was just with him.]]

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** * Didn't Wolverine also leave Kitty in the giant bullet? And since she and Wolverine have, traditionally, had a much much closer relationship than she and Scott, if she's gonna feel betrayed by anyone should it be him instead?
** * And Scott ''did'' try to get her out, in fact its said they tried all they could possibly do, they just couldn't. Utopia isn't a mutant Ghetto, really, its more along the same lines as the X-Mansion. Mutants live free of persecution, and train and learn to use their powers safely. The only problem they could have with it would be the same problems with the X-Mansion. Also, [[spoiler: Kurt's death was a HeroicSacrifice, and effectively saved all mutants. it wasn't either Scott's fault or anything he could have stopped or avoided.]] And as pointed out, Logan is just as much at fault, and [[spoiler:with your logic, is just as much at fault for Kurt's death, probably more so since he was just with him.]]



* There's also the interpretation that all the male members of the Summers clan have a genetic mental disorder, which would mean that Scott's would have been built on, if not by the brain damage, then certainly by the PTSD. Even if this was not the case then he still spent most of his childhood in the hands of either a madman or a criminal. So another question is why didn't anyone get him therapy as soon as he arrived in the school as a teenager, as it seems that one trauma after another has broken him down.

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* There's also the interpretation that all the male members of the Summers clan have a genetic mental disorder, which would mean that Scott's would have been built on, if not by the brain damage, then certainly by the PTSD. Even if this was not the case then he still spent most of his childhood in the hands of either a madman or a criminal. So another question is why didn't anyone get him therapy as soon as he arrived in the school as a teenager, as it seems that one trauma after another has broken him down.



** Confirmed, although it'll be the new ''Uncanny'' series (most likely for trademark reasons).

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** * Confirmed, although it'll be the new ''Uncanny'' series (most likely for trademark reasons).
8th Mar '15 6:50:33 PM Phoenixion
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[[WMG:Jack Winters (the Living Diamond), is Emma Frost's father]]

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[[WMG: Movie Cyclops is not dead.]]
How do we know Scott is "dead?" His glasses were floating. No body, no limbs, no blood. Nothing to show he was gone.

Jean just depowered him and wiped his memories. So, he ran off, leaving his glasses behind.

Xavier somehow knew this (maybe he read Jean's mind), so he didn't acknowledge the "death." Because she went ax-crazy and they had to deal with Magneto, he never got around to saying, "Hey, the Team Leader is not dead, but he has amnesia." So no one knew, and everyone thinks Cyke is dead.
* Xavier says in the movie:
--> "You killed the man you love because you couldn't control your power!"
** Granted, Xavier could be lying to bring Jean out of her [[DrunkOnTheDarkSide temper-tantrum]].
** Or she hid the truth about Cyclops from Xavier. She's more powerful than him. She could hide anything.
** Xavier ''thought'' Cyclops was dead. See below.
* It's possible that in ''X-Men 4,'' the X-Men will find him just waking up from a coma in a hospital in Alaska being treated by a doctor named 'Nathaniel Essex' (Mr. Sinister's alter ego), with his power temporarily turned off. Taking back leadership of the X-Men, he could show off his BadassNormal level of skill while displaying Astonishing X-Men's Cyclops-level of awesomeness, before regaining his power in a sudden surprise moment in the middle of a battle.
** Or maybe they will find him years later, married to Madelyne Pryor, who is pregnant with a son.
* In ''Superman Returns,'' there is a guy who looks just like Cyclops, just happens to be able to fly a plane with impossible skill, is at least as heroic as Superman since he's not invulnerable, and has a knack for hooking up with a woman who doesn't feel confident about their relationship. Clearly, Phoenix depowered Cyke and transported him to the DC Universe.
* Or, since the next movie after ''Days of Future Past'' is going to be about Apocalypse, he will turn out to be saved by the titular villain and turned into a Horseman.

[[WMG: ''None'' of those who "died" by Phoenix Disintegration are actually dead.]]
They've been transported to another dimension. [[Comicbook/DoctorStrange The Dark Dimension]]. Which tips its ruler Dormammu to Earth's existence. So the rebel Clea has to find a way to get to Earth and warn it against her EvilOverlord uncle. Oh, by the way, Xavier is comatose there. And Cyclops is sans glasses. OhCrap. Well, there's other powerful mutants sent there by Phoenix.

The vestigial link between Xavier's unconscious body and the one he hijacked in Earth (just before being dispatched by Phoenix) will be exploited by Dormammu to invade Earth. And then shit will get real.

P.S.: Whether this will be a Comicbook/DoctorStrange movie or an Film/{{X-Men}} movie is left as an exercise for the reader.

P.P.S.: Note to Hollywood writers: you are free to use the above idea in any way you like. I (Tropers/JCCyC) don't even want credit.

[[WMG: Sabretooth met Mr. Sinister between ''X-Men Origins: Wolverine'' and ''X-Men 1'']]
At some point between the two films Victor Creed encounters Mr. Sinister, who enhances Sabretooth's mutant powers, but has the result of radically altering his appearance, making him much more bestial and animalistic.
* It also gave him amnesia, which would explain why Sabretooth doesn't seem to recognize Logan.

[[WMG: ''Origins: Wolverine'' suffers from a case of UnreliableNarrator]]
It's still in continuity with the other films, as it's the story that Wolverine, perhaps after X2, has pieced together about his past, explaining both the plot holes and FridgeLogic. That's why it features elements that no longer fit, such as Xavier being able to walk, or some of the mutant cameos in the facility.

[[WMG: Movie!Psylocke isn't dead]]
She [[HesJustHiding blended into the shadows as one of her powers dictates]]. Also as a Psylocke fan, I want her back.
* Confirmed to be alive in novelization!

[[WMG: ''X-Men 4'' will be about Apocalypse]]
C'mon, how awesome will that be?
* Jossed, X-Men 4 won't be about Apocalypse, but X-Men 6 is.

[[WMG: One of the mutants on Three Mile Island in ''X-Men Origins: Wolverine'' is Banshee.]]
Specifically the red-haired fellow with his mouth taped shut. You know it makes perfect sense.
* And the one thrashing around trying to escape is Cannonball. Each one there was a character from the comics.

[[WMG: Havok is Cyclops' father]]
Given that age difference there would have to be with the former showing up in First Class, and the fact that poor Slim can't get no respect from the movie powers-that-be, why not? This is assuming that First Class is supposed to be in continuity with the other films, that is.
* Well, there ''are'' siblings with 20+ years age difference. Examples: Webcomic/AxeCop. And me too.
** This isn't a case of 20+, this is 40+ years. Its physically impossible for them to be brothers.

[[WMG: Charles Xavier will lose all his hair in ''X-Men: First Class''.]]
I mean, he appears in the movie with a full head of hair. There are two ways that he could lose his hair.
* He will use his telepathy to a degree for some reason that he will become prematurely bald.
* Magneto will attack him, crippling him and making him lose his hair.
** {{Jossed}}, although there are several {{Mythology Gag}}s regarding his inevitable loss of hair.

[[WMG: The reason why Xavier in ''X-Men: First Class'' still has hair long after developing his powers...]]
Is that this isn't the same universe as the other films. The canon reason why Xavier is bald in the comics is because his hair fell out when he developed his powers. The same goes for the first four films, but the First Class film shows he has both powers and hair. That's because it all takes place in a world where his powers didn't affect his hair as well as all the other continuity changes.
* Or, alternatively, it shows that his powers haven't fully developed yet, which would explain how he goes from holding ''one'' person still--Shaw--to an ''entire museum'' full of people in ''X2''.

[[WMG: Beast is Nightcrawler's father.]]
This isn't my theory, it's [[http://www.comicvine.com/x-men/65-3173/how-x-men-first-class-breaks-marvel-continuity/92-596727/ here]] (post by pikahyper). Here's the logic:
--> "[...]at first I thought they were throwing Beast into the mix in an attempt to make it harder to figure out who Nightcrawler's father is but then I thought no cause it would be too obvious still since Azazel is a teleporter and then it dawned on me... what if Beast really is Nichtcrawler's father and Azazel is Mystiques father, big change from the comics but that isn't new. So teleportation could be an inherited trait for the men in Azazel's bloodline and that is how Nightcrawler got it and then he inherited the blue coloring, fur and demonic features from Mystique, Beast and Azazel"

[[WMG: Darwin is still alive.]]
So Darwin was killed by Shaw in this movie. His powers were essentially "not dying", but he died anyway. Or did he? In the comics, he survives something similar by converting himself into energy. It's even a part of his origin story! In the movie, he first turns into a metallic substance after being attacked by Shaw, then into something resembling rock or gravel, and then we don't see much more. It's obvious his body was trying to find different ways to survive the excess energy. Afterwards, the rest of the team say [[NeverFoundTheBody they don't even have a body to bury]]. Sounds similar? Darwin may well have pulled off that trick in the movie, too.

Darwin is still out there somewhere.

** He didn't just survive, he evolved into a more advanced life form.
** Shaw has rules against mutants killing other mutants. If he knew Darwin could survive, then he might not be as much of a hypocrite as he seems.
** Plus no body, hence being unable to bury him. I think his body is going to reassemble itself down the line it may take decades. Imagine his reaction when he finds out what the rest of his classmates including Eric got up to since his time away.

[[WMG: The entire ColdWar plot of ''First Class'' is a part of an enormous BatmanGambit by [[Comicbook/{{Watchmen}} Ozymandias]].]]
In this alternate timeline, Ozymandias is active in 1962 as opposed to 1984, and Dr. Manhattan does not exist (probably because Dr. Osterman didn't have his accident). So, in order to prevent a nuclear war between the USSR and the USA, he decided to give them a new common enemy: ''mutants''. And Sebastian Shaw is the prime UnwittingPawn in the gambit; his objective is to create a sense of mutant threat, then be disposed of by fellow mutants.

[[WMG: Meanwhile to the finale of ''First Class'', Nikolai Sokolov has just been returned to Russia, in exchange for removing the missiles from Cuba, where he will be forced to continue development of the Shagohod. Two years later, Naked Snake is dispatched to Tselinoyarsk to retrieve him, starting the [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3 Virtuous Mission]].]]
The End (a plant dude), The Pain (some sort of animal empathy?), The Fear (super double-jointed-ness), The Sorrow (spirit medium), and Volgin (electricity powers) are mutants, which would explain their totally-unexplained-in-game powers. The Boss is just a super BadassNormal (or related to CaptainAmerica somehow?). Sebastian Shaw is a former member of the Philosophers who wants to destroy both the US and USSR in an IfICantHaveYou moment with regards to the Legacy. Both Franchise/MetalGear and X-men have genetics as a major theme, so a connection is possible.

* Somehow, I just can't see Nightcrawler's rampage through the White House being ''quite'' so one-sided if that were the case. "George Sears'" pseudobiography placed him as a Navy SEAL during Desert Storm and later Somalia, Serbia, and Kosovo. (I know, by the Regs he would have been too big and tall for them, last time I checked, but Kojima's making this up, not me.) And besides that, he's [[MemeticMutation #^9|{ing Solidus Snake!]] After something like that, there's no way the Patriots wouldn't have gotten to Stryker first after undermining their chosen candidate like that.
** Especially as the Weapon X program ''Had'' to have gone on with at least the tacit consent of the Patriots. For that matter, they would definitely have canceled Stryker [[in the spy novel jargon sense of the word]] right after Three Mile Island. That would have been cutting it far too close to something like the Big Shell Incident thirty years early!

[[WMG: Xavier didn't actually erase Moira's memory.]]
She is just pretending in order to mislead the CIA.
** Personally, I like to think he restored her memory immediately afterwards. She was probably (justifiably) mad at him for a while, but eventually accepted his reasons. That way, erasing her memory without permission doesn't seem so much like mild [[MindRape mind rape]].

[[WMG: Shaw/Schmidt [[PlayingWithSyringes injected First Class!Erik]] with [[LegoGenetics shark DNA]] at some point.]]
He was trying to find out if combining Erik's magnetic powers with shark genes would create a human with a shark's electrical sensitivity. Results overall were unimpressive, but there were some minor [[http://-wondersmith.tumblr.com/post/7328330563/people-who-are-actually-animals-in-disguise cosmetic changes]].

[[WMG: Sunfire will factor in the sequel]]
In the original comics, he was attacking Washington after his mother died from fallout of Hiroshima. It'd be more plausible for him to appear than the modern movies.

[[WMG: Magneto never lost his powers in ''The Last Stand'']]
Earlier in the film he showed his Auschwitz number and said that no needle would ever penetrate his skin again. Take notice that his clothes are padded rather thickly and though he could not prevent the needle from entering at all as it's not made out of metal, the hypothetical padding explains the moving chess piece at the end, as he was feigning his powerless form.

[[WMG: X-23 will be played by Creator/SummerGlau]]

If she appears in a film that is. You know it makes sense.
* Psh, it more than makes sense, it's downright eerie watching ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' if you've read the X-23 miniseries first...I have to keep reminding myself that's ''not'' Laura onscreen.

[[WMG: Dave Barry appears in the second Origins film involving Wolverine.]]
In ''Dave Barry Does Japan'', he comments that a Japanese energy drink tastes like wolverine spit. The drink is called Hugo. Wolverine is played by Hugh Jackman (there are many readings for the syllable "go", many of which could be euphemisms for kissing or references to Wolverine). In one of the post-credits tags for Origins: Wolverine, he is in a Japanese bar, implying that his Japan-locale personal series takes place here. Dave Barry often encounters embarrassing situations, and Wolverine can always use the spare bit of humor to lighten an otherwise totally-awesome-but-lacking-[[RuleOfFunny rules]]-aside-from-[[RuleOfCool cool]] fight, and what better way than trying to MidbattleKiss the love interest and accidentally planting one on a sixty-year-old male American tourist?

[[WMG: Wolverine was Film/VanHelsing in the past]]
He's played by Hugh Jackman, was turned into a werewolf, and seems to be immortal. By extension of course, Wolverine has also been [[Film/{{Australia}} a cattle drover]], a magician, and a musical star.

[[WMG: The next Film/{{X-Men}} movie ''should'' be...]]
''Film/{{X-Men}}: Apocalypse''. I'm thinking Creator/TonyTodd as Apocalypse, Creator/CliveOwen as Mr. Sinister, and MichaelBiehn as Cable (among other ideas).
* I can totally see either Tony Todd or Creator/ClancyBrown as Apocalypse. Or maybe Clancy would work better as Cable. Gary Oldman as Sinister.
** Jonathan Frakes as Cable. Gary Oldman will be playing ComicBook/JudgeDredd in a Dredd movie that doesn't actually suck.
* Confirmed. After Days of Future Past, the next movie will be X-Men: Apocalypse.

[[WMG:''X-Men Origins: Wolverine'' was actually a Danger Room scenario based on Logan's speculation about his missing memories.]]
It's not his fault. He's the best there is at what he does, and what he does isn't writing.

[[WMG: Stryker knew about ''X2'' in ''X-Men Origins''.]]
He captured Deadpool, a mutant who can break the fourth wall. Deadpool then told him about X2 and Stryker realized that he had to set that movie in motion. This explains why he spent so much money on giving Wolverine the Adamantium when Wolverine would probably turn against him anyway. This also explains why he continually tried to erase Wolverine's memory. Soon, Stryker found out that he dies in X2 and decided to destroy the X-men continuity, forcing the produces to have a reboot. Deadpool went along with this, knowing that he might actually have a part in the new reboot, but when he saw the fight scene between Wolverine and Gambit, he realized that this movie could never surpass the old X-men films. He tried to warn Stryker that the movie was getting stupid, but Stryker sewed his mouth shut. Angered by this, Deadpool decided to sabotage the movie by killing its main characters, thus forcing them to reboot X-Men Origins and give him his own movie.
And the crazy thing is, [[http://www.beyondhollywood.com/zombieland-writers-officially-onboard-deadpool-movie/ it worked]]

[[WMG: Kayla did not die in ''X-Men Origins: Wolverine'']]
The character Kayla was based on had healing factor in the comics, so her movie self probably did too and she eventually recovered from her wounds.

[[WMG: Mariko Yashida will be played by Chiaki Kuriyama in the next {{Wolverine}} movie]]
This will make a lot more sense if you've seen the movies she's been in besides ''Film/KillBill''.

[[WMG: Even after his spinal injury, Xavier can still walk for short periods of time using his psychic powers.]]
He is able to engage in telekinesis as well as telepathy, but using telekinesis to make himself walk is extremely taxing, so he can only do it for a few minutes at a time.

[[WMG: This universe has more than one Sabertooth.]]
In other words, the character played by Liev Schrieber is an entirely distinct individual from the one played by Tyler Mane. The powers are different, the fighting styles are different, the hairstyle is different (notice that Liev Schrieber's Sabertooth never really changes his appearance even though he lives for over a hundred years), and Tyler Mane never makes any reference to their past (in fact, he barely talks). For that matter, Tyler Mane is bigger than Liev Schrieber.
* More then likely the case as Victor Creed in Origins is never once referred to as Sabretooth and is an amalgamation of two separate comic book characters, Dog Logan and Sabretooth. so in this universe Victor Creed is Logan's brother but not the mutant known as Sabretooth. Another possible explanation for keeping them the same character could be Hank [=McCoy=]'s formula that accelerated his mutation turning him into Beast. Both Magneto and Mystique are aware of the formula and it's effects, and Mystique was part of Hank's brainstorming sessions when designing it. So it's possible that after hooking up with Magneto and the Brotherhood, Victor was given the formula and his changed appearance is the result.

[[WMG: That cowardly extra in First Class who tells Shaw to take the mutants and let the "normal people" go was being forced to do so.]]
Shaw wanted the young mutants to join him against the humans, so he put a gun to a security guard and told him to loudly state his mutant prejudice, to convince them of humanity's evils. This explains why it sounded so much like BadBadActing.

[[WMG: [[Series/{{Highlander}} Methos]] was in ''Film/{{X2|XMenUnited}}'' to keep an eye on Stryker and to make sure he never found out about the Immortals.]]
I'm just saying.

[[WMG: After ''First Class'' Azazel will rape Mystique, Magneto will kill him and Mystique will give birth to Nightcrawler and abandon him, because he looks much like his father.]]

[[WMG: The fourth X-Men movie will reveal the current relationship between Iceman and Rogue.]]
Bobby doesn't appear to be happy with Rogue's decision to take the cure, even though she did it for the both of them. But they may have grown apart by the time the fourth movie (if ever) occurs.

[[WMG: The films are in the same universe as MysteryScienceTheater3000]]
They're both set in the "not too distant future"...

[[WMG: The unnamed CIA "Man in Black" from ''First Class'' was...Richard Parker.]]
Aka, the father of [[SpiderMan Peter.]] Think about it...known CIA agent, involved in deep-black intelligence work (as in the comics); [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure surprisingly personable]] and responsible when dealing with [[IncrediblyLamePun these new powers]]; [[spoiler: tragically murdered, with superpowered kids not being there to save them]]...

Granted, the theory doesn't really work with existing (movie) continuity, due to rights and timeline issues, unless you screw around with canon until the universe is a de-facto or an outright reboot...in other words, considering these are Marvel properties, a ''perfect'' match!

[[WMG:Between ''First Class'' and the events of ''Wolverine'', Beast developed a treatment to heal Xavier's spinal injury]]
With the accidental and unfortunate side effect of making his hair fall out.
** Then why is he still in a chair by X1? Unless, he's [[JerkAss just faking it...]]
*** Projecting the image of a wise cripple to make people listen him isn't really out of character.
**** So, what you're saying is, [[Series/{{SCTV}} the wheelchair is for respect]]?

[[WMG: Magneto's machine from the first movie enhances a mutant's powers]]
So Cyclops mentioned in X2 that Jean started getting all phoenix-y after the first movie. Also notice how Wolverine goes from taking several seconds to heal minor cuts and wounds in the first movie to being able to instantly regenerate most of his skin and flesh while Phoenix is trying to disintegrate him in X3. Best guess is that Magneto's machine not only made regular humans into mutants, but enhanced the powers of existing ones.
** Canon, confirmed WordOfGod.

[[WMG: Omega Red is based on Andrei Chikatilo.]]
Russian child murderer first introduced about the time Chikatilo was caught? Hmm... He was even executed in a similar manner to Chikatilo, but I don't know if this was revealed before or after Chikatilo's death.

[[WMG: Creator/MichaelFassbender will show up to play Joseph.]]
[[Characters/XMen90sMembers Joseph]] is a younger clone of Magneto.

[[WMG: The third "First Class" movie will end with Xavier using a new Cerebro to make everyone forget that the mutants exist.]]
However, this will strain him so much that he will go bald, and it will also influence his memories, which will explain all the errors in his introduction to Wolverine in the first movie.

[[WMG: In ''Film/TheWolverine'', the Jean Grey we see in Wolverine's dreams is actually the Dark Phoenix.]]
Self-explanatory.

[[WMG: Sabretooth looks different because Magneto tested his machine from the first movie on him]]
To be sure that the radiation had no effect on mutants. It actually triggered an enhancement in his mutation.

[[WMG: Emma Frost from ''Origins'' is a daughter of Emma Frost from ''First Class'']]
And so is Kayla. One has mind-related powers, the other turns into diamond. ''First Class'' Emma has both.

[[WMG: ''Origins'' is what Wolverine is imagining in a bar.]]
One version of ''Origins'' has a credit scene depicting Wolverine sitting in a bar, saying that he is "drinking to remember." Everything up to that point was him trying to piece his memories together. Maybe he even drank a worm that made him hallucinate the entire thing. The bar scene could possibly be sometime after he met the X-Men, thus explaining the presence of Cyclops and Professor X in the story.

[[WMG: Apocalypse, the BigBad of the next movie, will be played by Jason Momoa, the actor behind [[Series/GameOfThrones Khal Drogo]]]]
Because... Well, ''[[http://multiversitycomics.com/wp-content/themes/zillionlabs/images/timthumb.php?src=http://multiversitystatic.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/2014/03/apocalypse.jpg&q=95&w=593&zc=1&a=t look how perfect this is]]''!
* No, no, Creator/TonyTodd.

[[WMG: Cable and Deadpool will be introduced/reintroduced for the Apocalypse movie]]
One, because Cable was important in the original ''Age Of Apocalypse'' storyline, and two, because Deadpool was (and is still) associated with that character. Given the backlash against [[Film/XMenOriginsWolverine Dudepeel]], it'd be a perfect opportunity to fix the latter character and bring the former into the film series.
* It has been stated that both of them will appear in X-Men spin-off film ''Deadpool'', though.

[[WMG: ''The Wolverine'' takes place in 2007 or 2008.]]
According to the 25 Moments website, ''The Last Stand'' takes place in 2006. Hugh Jackman said on STAR 94.1 San Diego that ''The Wolverine'' takes place 18 months to 2 years after ''The Last Stand.'' That would mean that most of the movie takes place in either 2007 or 2008, with the post-credit scene that is two years later taking place in 2009 or 2010, just in time for Sentinels taking Xavier's school in 2010 according to the 25 Moments website.

[[WMG: Mystique has an additional limited precognition power.]]
She based her default "normal" appearance on a vision of [[Creator/JenniferLawrence a popular actress from the future]].

[[WMG: The "cosmic being" seen at the opening of ''X2'' is the Phoenix.]]

[[WMG: The next Wolverine sequel will feature either ComicBook/{{Daken}} and[=/=]or ComicBook/{{X 23}}]]
Because why the hell not?

[[WMG: Mystique never lost her powers, the whole thing was a set up]]
Magneto callously abandoning her after all those years together, not to mention she'd have made a wonderful symbol for what the humans would do to any mutant they considered a problem, is both stupid and out of character for him. However the information she gives to the authorities leads to a distraction and the only evidence she's lost her powers is her reverting to her more human appearance and staying there, easily faked. Remember, Mystique was exposed to Magneto's machine back in the first movie, the machine that seems to boost the powers of mutants and kills human. I suggest Mystique gained enough control over her body to expel the cure from her body without it affecting her, and the whole scenario was set up by them in advance.

[[WMG: The next Wolverine movie will be an adaptation of Wolverine and the X-Men]]
It is a highly popular comic and features Wolverine as a teacher and at times as TheHeart of the team, something that he's grown into by the time of the DOFP movie. It can also tie directly into the previous film, what with the young reincarnation of Apocalypse being a major character.

[[WMG:Decimation and M-Day happened in the original timeline]]
This is why Magneto is such as Jerkass and had such a callous treatment of Mystique when she was depowered. Being a Holocaust survivor, seeing mutantkind being nearly extinct during Decimation and after witnessing a second attempt at mutant genocide by Stryker, Magneto became even more determined to obtain mutant prosperity.

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