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What happens to Victor Creed after "X-Men Origins: Wolverine"?

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 ...
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What happens to Victor Creed after "X-Men Origins: Wolverine"?

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 ...
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Which of Deadpool's origin is actual?

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 ...
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Where are Wolverine's underpants?

NO, there were no underpants. They were straps. 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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Does Wolverine fight for the U.S or for Canada in the WWI montage of X-Men Origins: Wolverine?

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 ...
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What is the importance of the souvenir from Lagos, Nigeria?

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 ...
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Why did Wolverine's name change from Jimmy to Logan?

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, ...
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What happened to the bullet that William Stryker hit Wolverine with?

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 ...
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Is Victor Creed from "X-men Origins: Wolverine" actually Sabretooth?

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....
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Is Logan no longer the Wolverine?

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 ...
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Wolverine in both Pacific and European theaters?

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 ...
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Does Wolverine fight for the U.S or for Canada in the WWI montage of X-Men Origins: Wolverine?

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 ...
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What happened to the bullet that William Stryker hit Wolverine with?

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 ...
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At the end in Xmen Origins, which parts of Wolverine's brain did the bullet hit?

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 ...
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