Agreed. Thanks for the heads-up.
Wait until the movie comes out and then rename the page if we must.
How do we know he's talking about the new timeline? We don't. Logan has no memories of the revised timeline events, as shown in "Days of Future Past". However, he does remember everything that happened in the original timeline - including the events of "Origins: Wolverine" and the whole Team X thing.
Also, would any of you mind redirecting me to this deleted scene from Logan you keep bringing up>
Marvel has been doing this for a awhile. The Infinite Gauntlet with all the Infinite Stone was seen in Thor for example.
Yeah, no. They already explained that the gauntlet in Odin's vault is filled with replica stones, to showcase how the completed gauntlet is supposed to look. It was added in the Thor film at first as an easter egg. But it doesn't contradict or convultute anything.
Speaking of Spider-Man: Homecoming, that also made a massive timeline error. So it's not hard imagining Origins making a similar error.
Um.... you do realize that every X-Men movie contradicts one another? You do know that FOX's X-Men film series is known for its messed up timeline? Which is why when Spider-Man: Homecoming came out, everyone compared the eight years thing to X-Men, wondering why Marvel would pull such a blunder that they'd expect from FOX?
Well, it's been a while since I saw the movie, but given the fact that he was not in senior year but knew how to drive, I believe the general consensus is that yes, he was sixteen years old (eleventh grade).
Actors ages don't correlate with the characters they portray. Tom Holland at age 20 played a 15 year old Peter Parker/Spider-Man in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
7) Well the Origins actress has aged enough to play Emma in the next trilogy set in the 90's so they might as well use her again and clear up the Emma age thing while theyre at it (using the body jump theory), and simultaneously explain how Professor X survived X 3 via this as a cross reference.
8) The person Interviews magneto in 2013, i mean the theorising can be speculatory, but the interview comments should be spot on. The interview was wrote by a famous marvel reporter, i can't remember which tho and the website keeps redirecting me to fox's main website now which is annoying
Technically we have three Angel's - one is Angel Salvadore (so Angel is her first name, she counts as an Angel) but Angel Dust I wouldn't personally count as an Angel.
And I REALLY HOPE there is no 90s X-Men movies. We both know Emma from Origins will not return in a 90s X-Men movie nor will they re-use Emma Frost, and another movie means more contradictions.
He had the "Logan" dog tag prior to meeting Stryker though, did he not?
Then you're free to assume it takes place in 2008 whilst I shall believe it takes place in 2015-2016.
2015 vehicles on the road. I understand some movies set in the past sometimes have future vehicles in the scenes, but there's nothing to ever indicate the movie takes place in 2008. Meanwhile, we see 2010s technology and 2014-2015 vehicles plus the fact that there's no reason whatsoever that the writers of the film would have it take place in 2008 at all.
So in other words, Deadpool is the only character who gets a pass for that continuity thing. He's not the son of Origins Deadpool, he's aware of Origins Deadpool and to him it's just "his old movie". Because of his fourth wall breaking nature, it works. With everyone else, it doesn't.
And then there's Deadpool. I'm adamant that this film is not set in 2016, but 2008. The fact that he actually has the People Magazine issue of Hugh Jackman's Sexiest Man Alive is a clue, because that was in 2008. The clothes and general lack of hipsters everywhere furthers that. So it's possible Wade was 18 in Origins in 1982, and had only just joined the team (and is not actually a mutant, because I don't think he's ever called one in the film anyway, is he?), then he's 20 in 1984, so he's 42 when he meets Vanessa, and 44 by the end of the film. Which seems much more likely than him being around 70. Either that, or the Wade in Deadpool is the son of the Wade from Origins, who went into the family Merc business. Also not impossible.
Nope. They're both the same characters, yet they're not. It's the studio purposefully giving a middle finger to the continuity and they're allowed to because Deadpool is a fourth wall breaking character, who acknowledges that he's in a movie, that Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman exist, and that there are different timelines. It's also set in 2016. It's not set in 2008.
He could have resigned, election could have come to an end, etc etc.
And yes, I'm aware the president changed :P
All I need to do is to see if the films ever acknowledge how much time passed between X2 and X3. If they don't say anything, it's plausible to say X2 is in 2000. But if they do give a specific year..that messes everything up.
So Jean was under water for 6 years, then?
User blogs are not highlighted. Forum posts can be, I believe.
Like I said, don't do any changes to the Timeline page.
Make a blog post on your user page with the new timeline and if that gets acknowledged and approved by us collectively, then we'll replace this one with that.