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X-Men Origins: Wolverine
Film Details
Harvey2.jpg Directors
Gavin Hood
Harvey2.jpg Producers
Lauren Shuler Donner
Ralph Winter
Avi Arad
Hugh Jackman
Harvey2.jpg Screenplay Writers
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Harry Gregson-Williams
Harvey2.jpg Cinematographers
Donald McAlpine
Harvey2.jpg Editors
Nicolas De Toth
Harvey2.jpg Distributors
20th Century Fox
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20th Century Fox
Harvey2.jpg Running Time
107 minutes
Harvey2.jpg Rating
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$150,000,000 (estimated)
Harvey2.jpg Release Date(s)
April 29, 2009
May 1, 2009 (USA)
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  • In Origin it is indicated that Wolverines real father is Thomas Logan by his uncanny appearance of an older Logan and other issues later shown but his son was not named Victor he was called Dog and he was never stated to really be Sabbertooth / Victor Creed although many fans believe this to be the fact.
  • After the credits Deadpool/Weapon 11's hand reaches over and touches his head. his eyes then open and he mutters "shush" in a muffled voice.
  • There is a different post credits scene where it shows Wolverine at a bar in Japan drinking shots of whiskey. After asking for another shot, the Japanese bartender asks him if he is American. Wolverine responds, “Canadian… I think.” She then asks if he’s drinking to forget and he replies, “No. I’m drinking to remember.” This is in reference to the end of the movie where Stryker shoots Wolverine in the head with a adamantium bullet that erases his memory.
  • Towards the end of the movie when the captured mutants escape to find Prof. Xavier, he is standing even though he was shot in 1962 during the Cuban Missile Crisis and this movie takes place at least 20 years later.
  • Deadpool/Weapon XI's swords are made of adamantium since Wolverine's claws do not break them.

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