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I know this wolverine movie is gonna be set in the future, so dunno if we'll be getting an old man Logan type film


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They claim to be using the old man Logan story for this third movie, Only problem with that is too much stuff will modified.


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They could replace him with X-23 for a few years given they know they have other popular characters now aside from just Wolverine, and also there's a growing trend to have more female action stars.

Plus a couple of years break may be wise before casting someone new given how long Jackman has been in the role.


For sure, a length of time (likely 3-5 years) will be needed before they reboot, I was thinking of "replace" in the actual sense that they'll do away with Wolverine and use her instead as the anti-hero/badass for the X-franchise going forward.

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Tom Hardy I wouldn't mind either, but would prolly prefer another unknown like Jackman was before Wolverine; gives another lesser known actor a chance to shine.


Not sure if you watch the show "Banshee", but Tom Pelphrey who plays "Bunker" might be a great fit. He is a bit too tall like Jackman, for people who prefer Logan be short like he is in the comics.


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Imo Tom looks a little too soft-faced. Unlike Jackman who has this rugged look to him. The nagain I haven't seen the show just going on some googled pics


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Taron Edgerton is actually perfect for the role, as opposed to Han Solo. I don't know why ppl keep agreeing Edgerton should play Han Solo, but I think he's definitely fit to play wolverine

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Yeah Edgerton would be good. But given how young he is that would likely be a rebooted Universe.

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I'm just confused about where this fits in. Is it a sequel to "The Wolverine" ? Since that is separate from the Days of Future Past version, right? Or is it the same? Since at the end of Days of Future Past a bunch of people are now alive who were dead. So does Wolverine 3 take place in the timeline where Jean and Cyclops and all that are alive?


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From the snippets dropped, it's going to be set into the distant future (taking some elements from Old Man Logan), so the rest of the X-men will likely be dead or just too old. Though we have yet to see who (if any) dies in Age of Apocalypse.


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I'm really tired of Jackverine.


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This will be the last one to be tired over


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Yeah, I know.

But I'm not sure I'll live long enough to see MCU (proper) version of Wolverine. Can't see Tom Hardy as Logan, btw.


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I don't think anyone cares about Wolverine anymore in any media.

Deadpool buried his ass proper.


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And he's also currently dead in the comics.....the original one that is.


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I'm really tired of Jackverine.


I'm more tired of how they can't keep their plots straight in this universe. Even from the first X-Men movie Sabretooth really doesn't say anything to Wolverine to indicate they are brothers. Wolverine had memory problems, but Sabretooth didn't.

Then in Wolverine Origins you essentially have Emma Frost and others being held by William Stryker. But then in X-Men First Class(which Wolverine also appears in) Emma Frost is a grown ass lady in the 1960s who is also evil.

They tell us Magneto helped build cerebro and then whoops no..he really had nothing to do with it.

Then don't get me started on the "oh btw Mystique is basically Xaviers sister".

Also serious question: why is Wolverine in love with Jean Grey? I actually can't wrap my head around this. Sure she is quite pretty, but why does he love her? They literally spend no real time together. When they first meet in the first movie they are dealing with Magneto's evil plans. Then we know Logan leaves once it is over to go look for answers to his past. He returns in the second movie and yet again him and Jean don't really spend any actual time together. Then she "dies" and comes back in the 3rd movie and once again they barely spend any time together. He never even got to know her, he doesn't know her favorite color or favorite movie or any if that shit, and half of the conversations they do have are about how she has a husband and doesn't want to be with Wolverine.

Which is another thing: she never shows any interest in Wolverine in the romantic sense. If she did maybe his being "in love" with her would make a tiny bit more sense. Then once she is truly dead we have Wolverine having all these creepy dreams and hallucinations about her as if she is his long lost love. I mean hell him and Jean never did so much as even kiss. Oh sure he kissed the Phoenix, but not Jean. Then he chides Cyclops and says it's time to move on from Jean even though Wolverine himself hasn't friggin moved on lol.


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Also serious question: why is Wolverine in love with Jean Grey?

At first I thought it was just for the usual sake of putting him at odds with Cyclops to create some cheap drama, but then when Scott got as shafted as he did as time went on in the movie series, there wasn't really any of that kind of competition to speak of, so...


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^^ Love from the first glance, that kinda thing.


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As for the inconsistencies... don't overanalyze it, Surtur. Fox just doesn't care, they do whatever they want.

Psylocke already appeared in Last Stand. What Fox says? "Oh, that wasn't Psylocke".

Emma, yes, first appeared in XMO: Wolverine. Fox says the same thing: "Oh, that wasn't Emma".

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Wolverine trying to get with Jean is actually one of the few things in the Fox films that kind of accurate. Granted it all fell apart in the end but hey it's something.

Also I doubt any one is going to get Wolverine down to his comic book counterpart, let alone details like his height, within the decade.

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Hope people know Days of Future Past erased alot of the stuff from previous films.


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Originally posted by Surtur
I'm more tired of how they can't keep their plots straight in this universe. Even from the first X-Men movie Sabretooth really doesn't say anything to Wolverine to indicate they are brothers. Wolverine had memory problems, but Sabretooth didn't.

Then in Wolverine Origins you essentially have Emma Frost and others being held by William Stryker. But then in X-Men First Class(which Wolverine also appears in) Emma Frost is a grown ass lady in the 1960s who is also evil.

They tell us Magneto helped build cerebro and then whoops no..he really had nothing to do with it.

Then don't get me started on the "oh btw Mystique is basically Xaviers sister".

Also serious question: why is Wolverine in love with Jean Grey? I actually can't wrap my head around this. Sure she is quite pretty, but why does he love her? They literally spend no real time together. When they first meet in the first movie they are dealing with Magneto's evil plans. Then we know Logan leaves once it is over to go look for answers to his past. He returns in the second movie and yet again him and Jean don't really spend any actual time together. Then she "dies" and comes back in the 3rd movie and once again they barely spend any time together. He never even got to know her, he doesn't know her favorite color or favorite movie or any if that shit, and half of the conversations they do have are about how she has a husband and doesn't want to be with Wolverine.

Which is another thing: she never shows any interest in Wolverine in the romantic sense. If she did maybe his being "in love" with her would make a tiny bit more sense. Then once she is truly dead we have Wolverine having all these creepy dreams and hallucinations about her as if she is his long lost love. I mean hell him and Jean never did so much as even kiss. Oh sure he kissed the Phoenix, but not Jean. Then he chides Cyclops and says it's time to move on from Jean even though Wolverine himself hasn't friggin moved on lol.



Hugh Jackman is perfect as Wolceriene. Any time his character doesn't work is the directors fault. Hugh Jackman seemed to understand the character better than everyone. Even post press he's been known to speak against the directors. Hugh Hackman, nailed, Wolverien.


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Hugh Jackman is perfect as Wolceriene. Any time his character doesn't work is the directors fault. Hugh Jackman seemed to understand the character better than everyone. Even post press he's been known to speak against the directors. Hugh Hackman, nailed, Wolverien.
thumb up I'll go even further. Hugh Jackman has never failed to be entertaining and compelling as wolverine. Sure he's been in bad movies, but his character has always been a bright spot.

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