I say 2017-2019 of the Revised Timeline.
The Revised Timeline is not a Prequel.
The Revised Timeline is not a Prequel. Only X-Men: First Class and X-Men Origins: Wolverine are true prequels.
It did penetrate his skull. It gave him brain damage.
No, you don't understand. They were born after 1973.
The timeline is exactly the same up until 1973.
We see Wade Wilson during 1973 as an adult in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, meaning he was born before a new timeline was created.
This means that the Wade Wilson from X-Men Origins: Wolverine still exists in the Revised Timeline. Obviously he's not the same character in the Deadpool films, unless you place them in the 1990s and say that Striker gave him his powers in the Original Timeline between the months after the Original Timeline's version of Days of Future Past and the Team X scene in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but this is contradicted by Colossus being born in 1986, which could have been changed due to time travel, and the Marvel Appendix placement of Deadpool 2 being in 2018 (which I guess can be written off as a "8 Years Later" mistake).
Yukio gets an excuse, since she was born after.
No, I meant that he was born before 1973, meaning, if they were the same character, Wade Wilson would be in his 70s or 80s.
Also, Deadpool Wade Wilson isn't a mutant like his original timeline counterpart.
It makes the most sense to me to say that that's a different character.
I have no problem with the after credits scene. The official Marvel Appendix lists it as Earth-18315, an alternate version of Earth-10005, the original timeline universe. That means that Cable's time travel device allows the user to travel between timelines, explaining how Wade Wilson traveled to that reality and made a new branch.
Similar to the Quantum Realm of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, where, S.H.I.E.L.D. created an alternate universe that spins out of Earth-199999's, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, 1931. At the end of the season, utilizing the Quantum Realm, they travel back to the year 2019 of the Earth-199999 timeline. Another example is when the Avengers of Earth-199999 traveled back in time and "created" serveral alternate universes that spins out of 1948, 1970, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2018.
Logan is in the Revised Timeline.
However, we don't know which X-Men lived or died. Potentially, those you listed may have survived.
Maybe, but it's very confusing in release order because you keep swapping between time periods.
They are based on the same character, though.
The real difficulty is Wade Wilson, but I theorize that the character in X-Men Origins: Wolverine is Thomas "Wade" Wilson, the father of Wade Wilson.
They confirmed that they're different characters.
X-Men: First Class = Emma Frost
X-Men Origins: Wolverine = Emma Silverfox
1962 - X-Men: First Class
1979 - X-Men Origins: Wolverine
2004 - X-Men
2004 - X2: X-Men United
2006 - X-Men: The Last Stand
2013 - The Wolverine: Unleashed Extended Edition
1973 - X-Men: Days of Future Past
1983 - X-Men: Apocalypse
1992 - X-Men: Dark Phoenix
2017 - Deadpool
2018 - Deadpool 2: Super Duper $@%!#& Cut
2019 - The New Mutants
2029 - Logan
Only watch Deadpool 2 if you have the disc, and skip to Chapter 2 to avoid spoilers for Logan. If you don't want to do that, or you only own it digitally, watch it after Logan.
That less confusing order is more confusing.
X-Men Origins: Wolverine doesn't create continuity breaking errors. The film fits neatly, and is referenced in The Wolverine, X-Men: Days of Future Past and Deadpool 2.
X-Men: The Last Stand has an after credits scene where Xavier wakes up in the body of what seems to be his twin brother.
1962 X-Men: First Class
1979 X-Men Origins: Wolverine
2004 X2: X-Men United
2006 X-Men: The Last Stand
2013 The Wolverine
2023 X-Men: Days of Future Past
1962 X-Men: First Class
1973 X-Men: Days of Future Past
1983 X-Men: Apocalypse
1992 X-Men: Dark Phoenix
2018 Deadpool 2
2019 The New Mutants
Some of the later installments may be contended, but Deadpool is based off of the Marvel Appendix placement of 2018 for Deadpool 2.
Was it a poll? Those aren't allowed.
He was never a part of the Brotherhood of Mutants in Earth-17315.
It was clearly a joke. I "changed your mind" by proving that the sentence is false, knowing that you didn't actually mean it that way.
Logan isn't the same universe. X-Men: Days of Future Past created an alternate timeline, Earth-17315 (well, actually serveral other timelines that lead to Earth-17315 per Deadpool 2). The previous Wolverine films were in Earth-10005.
That being said, it is still the same version of the character, but I see Logan as a sequel to X-Men: Days of Future Past, and The Wolverine a sequel to X-Men: The Last Stand.
X-Men is a team. Quicksilver is a single person.
Therefore, he cannot be the best X-Men because he cannot be the entire team.
Watch them, they're really not that bad. Hell, I like X-Men Origins: Wolverine. It's a silly action movie and that's great.