In X-Men: Apocalypse, Wolverine is shown to be escaping into a Narnia-like snowy place from the door of the lab.

So, where was he escaping? Is there any hidden significance/meaning of the snow setting outside the laboratory.

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    "Narnia-like snowy place" is a good way to describe Canada. – Kenny LJ Oct 4 '16 at 10:17

Wolverine wasn't running to anywhere in particular. He was running away from the lab.

It's snowy because it's Canada, in winter.

(As revealed in previous movies, Stryker's lab is at Alkali Lake, in Canada)

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  • (+1) Thanks for the answer. I had a slight feeling that I was over-thinking that. So, I indeed over-thought that scene :) – Dawny33 May 24 '16 at 9:15

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