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Wolverine and Sabretooth were not in the American Revolution. They were born in the mid 1800s, nearly a century after the Revolution (1775-1783). The first scene of X-Men Origins: Wolverine takes place in 1845, when Wolverine is seemingly a pre-teen (typical age mutant powers emerge). The American Civil on the other hand, did have James and Victor fighting ...


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The film Days of Future past changed up the timeline in a way that erased the events of X-men 1, 2, 3 and Wolverine 2013. Movies like Apocalypse, Dark Phoenix and Logan are now placed in an alternate timeline, one that was the result of the events in Days of Future past. Source: X-Men Movies Timeline The Sabretooth we saw in X-Men 1 didn't come up in any ...


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Liev Schreiber who plays Victor Creed in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, is indeed essaying the role of Sabretooth (as depicted in X-Men). From Wiki Played by Tyler Mane, he was a henchman of Magneto in the first X-Men film and X-Men: The Official Game. Liev Schreiber plays him in the 2009 film X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Since, your awareness of the comics ...


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According to X-Men Origins: Wolverine (which is very loosely based on the Origins comic series), Wolverine was born James Howlett in Canada in the late 1830's. In 1845, he sees his father murdered by their groundskeeper, and that triggers his mutation to activate: bone claws, regeneration, etc. It's at this point that Howlett and his half-brother Victor ...


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After X-Men: Days of Future Past and all that time travelling weirdness happens inside it, X-Men Origins: Wolverine and X3 are considered non canon. Below is the producer's interview So the actual origin of Deadpool is what we have seen in the Deadpool film. He no longer met Stryker and his mouth wasn't sewed shut. And ...


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X-Men Origins: Wolverine was meant to be Logan's backstory, taking place before the events of the main trilogy. The time travel mumbo jumbo in Days of Future Past may have changed that, but it's not relevant for this answer. The point is that Victor Creed is also known as Sabretooth, who you saw in the first X-Men movie. When X-Men Origins: Wolverine was ...


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Yes, they are the same person. Sabretooth (Victor Creed) and Wolverine (Logan) worked together for the CIA and they both were part of the Weapon X project. How did he become brainless henchmen for Magneto? In the comic he does not work for Magneto, with the exception of the time when Magneto becomes the leader of the X-men after the supposed death of ...


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It's not very clear from the movie -- those uniforms could also be Canadian WWI army uniforms -- but I think it's most likely he's fighting for the US. The evidence is very circumstantial, but Logan also fought in the US Civil War. This means that he fought in the Civil War, WW II, and Vietnam war for the US Army, so the simplest explanation is that he ...


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The souvenir is made of Adamantium, which Stryker wants more of for his experiements. As explained here: During one of their missions, while under Stryker's command, Team X is sent to search for and retrieve a mysterious meteorite - later discovered as Adamantium - from a diamond trafficking operation in Lagos, Nigeria. They attack a compound there and ...


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Which parts of Wolverine's brain did the bullet hit? The script doesn't describe exactly what parts of the brain is hit: Stryker fires again. The adamantium bullet rips through Logan's forehead with an unholy sound. Logan falls to the ground. Stryker stands above him and fires another bullet into Logan's head. We already know from the ...


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Well, it's complicated. Historically, Wolverine's origins were unknown including why he went by the name Logan. However, this was explained, kind of, in the comic book series Wolverine: Origins, Since the character's creation in the '70s, he knew little about his past, and went by the name "Logan" — no last name — when he wasn't using his codename ...


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Checking from other angles, it's definitely a strap. If you zoom in you can even see clasps of strap in second snapshot. Snapped from here in 480p.


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The movie doesn't substantively answer this question. There are multiple possibilities, all consistent with various aspects of Wolverine depicted over the years in the X-men cinematic universe. (We can attempt a proof by reasoning/deduction strategy, but anything which isn't explicitly addressed in the film, can very easily transition into speculative ...


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He was there in a bunker when the bomb goes off. However it doesn't imply that he was there during whole war. WW2 lasted for many years during which Wolverine fought in some battles and moved from place to place. Even after the bombing, he doesn't need to stay in the bunker more than a few days at most, due to his regenerative abilities. According to wikia, ...


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Sabertooth's mutation is what causes him to become mindless. As we see in Origins, Victor is very aggressive, to the point of mindless killing. Even when killing someone will lead to problems for him. This is how Logan and Victor end up facing a firing squad, before Stryker recruited them. And then, Logan continued to pull Sabertooth back from his more ...


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Although Origins is accurate in naming Sabretooth Victor Creed, it is inaccurate that he be declared Logan's brother. X Men Origins: Wolverine is based much on the comic book series Wolverine Origins. The entire opening scene is a spin of the comic series' events. However, they add that Victor's dad is actually James' (Logan) as well. In fact, in that story ...


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There is no way to answer it without giving spoiler so I am avoiding use of spoiler markup. So here it goes : Is Logan no longer the Wolverine? If by Wolverine you mean Weapon X/Metal claws then you are wrong, he do have metal claws and been through Weapon X program and real Stryker was involved. Even his look in the film was quite similar to his comics ...


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The point of the scene was to show that she has the power to command others when she makes physical contact and that Wolverine doesn't know she has powers. She denies having power because she doesn't want him to know. She's trying to manipulate him for Stryker and Sabretooth so if Wolverine found out it would ruin the plan. EDIT: modified answer to ...


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Actually there's no incongruency. The Normandy landings happened in June 1944, the atomic bombings in August 1945. Unless I'm forgetting The Wolverine stating Logan was a prisoner for a very long time, it's not unreasonable to think he could have been in both theaters. It's certainly not explicitely explained, but time-wise, it's not physically impossible.


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There was no such thing, specifically, as a "Canadian uniform" for WWI. Canada was still considered part of the the British empire during WWI. They were granted autonomy over most of their affairs in 1932, and complete, separate independence and the ability to amend their own Constitution in 1982. Canadians fighting in WWI did so as British troops. ...


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The bullet in X2 / X - Men United 'oozed' back out of his head as it did not penetrate the Adamantium coating Logan's skull where as Stryker's bullet was actually made of Adamantium, which, according to the movie logic presented in both X - Men Origins: Wolverine and Logan appears to be capable of penetrating, erm, itself, which would suggest that Stryker's ...


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A bullet from a long barrel rifled handgun at point blank range, of the same impervious metal that has enough forward momentum to punch a hole in said metal, would rattle around in the brain and scramble all of it. Not just one part. Brain tissue is incredibly soft, and the bullet likely ricochet inside the brain pan multiple times. His entire brain would be ...


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