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Based on the Marvel Comics character of Wolverine, this film explores the early career of the character as he appears in the live-action X-Men franchise.

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Did Mystique or Rogue get their mutation back in the terminated timeline?

In X-Men 3: The Last Stand, after Magneto rescues Mystique and frees a bunch of other mutants, one of the guards goes to shoot him only for Mystique to protect him, being hit by the Serum Darts that ...
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What makes Victor stronger than pre-adamantium Wolverine?

In Wolverine Origins, Stryker convinces Wolverine that he needs his help to defeat Victor, a.k.a, Sabertooth. However, we also know that the only reason Victor is not offered adamantium is that his ...
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What is Wolverine's immigration status in the USA?

In X-Men Origins: Wolverine, we find that Wolverine (Logan) is a long-lived Canadian who immigrated to the USA sometime between 1845 (the date of the first scene) and the US Civil War. Wolverine ...
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How sharp are Wolverine's claws? [closed]

Say you have a steel knife cutting through wood. The strength of the steel in the knife means it breaks wood and not the other way around, but it does not guarantee that it will go all the way through....
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Is the Sabretooth from X-Men (2000) Victor Creed?

I've read online that a prequel comic attempts to retcon the two different Sabretooths in the Fox movie franchise, explaining that However, I don't recall any scenes where the big blonde Sabretooth ...
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How fast does Wolverine heal compared to the average human? [closed]

From comic/movie sources, how many times faster could Wolverine heal than the average human? Non-canon counts if you need to use it. What is his healing time rate compared to the average, healthy ...
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Why did Wolverine quickly age to about 30, then stop?

In the first scene of X-Men Origins: Wolverine, which is set in 1845, James Howlett (Wolverine) witnesses his father's death and that activates his mutation. Logan runs away with his brother, Victor. ...
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How are Victor Creed & Logan related to each other?

In X-Men Origins: Wolverine it's stated that Victor & Logan are "brothers". Which parent/s do they share?
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How were Wolverines joints not frozen when he was injected with the Adamantium? [duplicate]

So if we think about it they just poured/injected liquid Adamantium over Wolverines bones... but should it not have pooled in between his joints and locked them like glue does if you put it on ...
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How were all of Wolverine's bones covered with Adamantium?

OK, so in the X-Men Origins: Wolverine movie, we see clearly for the first time how his bones became covered with Adamantium but it raises another question... How were all of his bones covered with ...
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Is Deadpool from the movie the same character as Wade in X-Men Origins Wolverine? [duplicate]

Is the character played by Ryan Reynolds (Wade Wilson) in X-Men Origins: Wolverine the same as the character played by Ryan Reynolds in the upcoming movie Deadpool? Or is the X-Men Origins: Wolverine ...
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In X-Men Origins: Wolverine, is Zero a mutant?

Is Zero a mutant? In the movie, it seems that he has good skill in using guns but no real power.
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How does the new Deadpool movie relate to X-Men Origins: Wolverine?

Right so seeing as the new Deadpool movie shows the origins of Deadpool: specifically, he got cancer... blah blah had to get him the healing factor from Wolverine. But that makes no sense — they used ...
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Has Gambit ever charged / blown up a living creature?

I know Gambit's usually a good guy, but has he ever charged / blown up a living creature? Possibly an arch-nemesis that pushed him too far or some mindless beast?
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Why did Stryker choose Wolverine rather than Sabretooth to test adamantium? [duplicate]

This is not a duplicate of In X-Men Origins: Wolverine, why did Stryker want to apply adamantium to Logan?; in this question, it was discussed why Stryker applied adamantium to Logan before Weapon X. ...
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Why wouldn’t Wolverine use Sabretooth's help when he time-travelled to 1973?

It was shown, in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, that from their childhood days to 1975, Wolverine and Sabretooth were together. In X-Men: Days of Future Past, when Logan travelled through time back to 1973,...
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How could Wolverine say he remembers everything?

At the end of X-Men: Days of Future Past, Professor X asks Wolverine what he remembers, and he replies "Everything". However, the Trask incident happened in 1973 and the events of X-Men Origins: ...
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When, in the Wolverine Cinematic timeline, does Logan get caught in Nagasaki?

Is it after the 'X-Men Origins' story (which seems impossible because when he was in the pit he had bone claws) whereas a couple of minutes into Origins he is shown getting adamantium claws. Can ...
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What is Logan really remembering from the time he was experimented on?

During x-men 1, Logan is remembering/dreaming about the times he has been experimented on (which was the same experiment) which was shown to us also in Wolverine Origins or well I presume it was the ...
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Why is Victor Creed's hair black in “X-men Origins: Wolverine”

In X-Men Origins: Wolverine, why is Victor Creed's hair black? I thought that his hair was supposed to be blonde or a dirty yellow as I thought it was supposed to be in the comic. Was his hair ...
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Is X-Men Origins: Wolverine canon?

At the beginning of X-Men Origins: Wolverine we see that Logan (a.k.a. Wolverine) and Colonel William Stryker were working together by the end of the Vietnam War. For 5 years after the war, he lives ...
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In “X-Men Origins: Wolverine”, why did Stryker want to apply adamantium to Logan?

Can't understand why Stryker went to all the effort to apply adamantium to Logan, if all he wanted to do was create weapon X/Deadpool? Was there some reason why he had to lace Wolverine with ...
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Are Wolverine's claws shrinking?

In X- Men Origins: Wolverine, Wolverine observes his metal claws in front of a mirror in the house of an old couple who had sheltered him. His blades appear a little big in comparison with the blade ...
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Should the Adamantium bullets have worked on Wolverine?

In X-Men Origins: Wolverine has Adamantium bonded with his skeleton, after Wolverine escaped the operating room, Col. Striker is given a gun and Adamantium bullets. But according to the quote from ...
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In “X-Men Origins: Wolverine”, why didn't Zero use adamantium bullets?

In the scene in X-Men Origins: Wolverine where Wolverine has the adamantium bonded with his skeleton, after Wolverine escaped the operating room, Col. Striker ordered Zero (an expert marksman) to ...
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Does Wolverine have a hole in his forehead?

In X-Men Origins: Wolverine, So the projectile penetrated the adamantium skull and damaged the brain. Adamantium is an inorganic substance. It will survive anything that would otherwise destroy the ...
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Why were Wolverine’s metal blades shaped differently than his bone claws?

In X-Men Origins: Wolverine, he had ugly bones coming out of his hands. Assuming adamantium replaced his skeleton, the adamantium should have taken their shape, instead of being nicely-shaped blades. ...