So... has anyone heard aboutIt's pretty legit since it's been backed by serveral creditible scoopers and an ex-variety writer so I want to warn everyone for spoilers in case it's true. Seriously, guys.Patrick Stewarts Professor X being in a multiverse Illuminati that attempts to take down Wanda in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness?
There's another thing that they do that sounds kinda terrible to me. Apparently Wanda is supposed to snap his neck according to the original source, who claimed that they were only told of an early version of the script.
Now, if that actually happens, it can't be the Fox Xavier because of the events of Logan. The only way it could work as the same is to say it's an alternate branch established in Deadpool 2, otherwise it's a random variant. In the later, I guess it doesn't affect X-Men.
Would rather no Xavier especially if he's gonna die in a cameo like that.
I didn't know I moved The Last Stand. I was copying and pasting from a document that I had for a while. Might have forgotten to change that.2002
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"Fourteen Years Ago" from 2017 is 2003.
Also, I'm guessing that moving X-Men: The Last Stand is partially to do with Jean's age. If so, fair enough.
I think the biggest problem would be Negasonic's age? as she's a teenager in both movies.I know it sounds crazy, but is there any reason why Deadpool 2 can't be set 10 years after the first film? The Year of the Dog reference would place Deadpool in 2006-2008, and all the timeline evidence and the Marvel Appendix itself places Deadpool 2 in 2018. I struggle ignoring either piece of evidence.
I mean, if there can be a 10 year gap between every X-Men film... probably not, but still.
Cyclops in-universe is a teenager in X-Men Origins: Wolverine (1979) and X-Men: Apocalypse (1983). He just happens to look as he did in the latter film in X-Men: Dark Phoenix (1992).I think the biggest problem would be Negasonic's age? as she's a teenager in both movies.
That being said, according to the mainline movies Cyclops was a teenager for several decades and Stryker ages 15 years in the space of three, so it wouldnt be the first time aging is werid in these movies...
I dont think they mention her age in the second movie. I think if she was say, 14 in Deadpool 1 and a young-looking 24 year old it can work.Cyclops in-universe is a teenager in X-Men Origins: Wolverine (1979) and X-Men: Apocalypse (1983). He just happens to look as he did in the latter film in X-Men: Dark Phoenix (1992).
Stryker looks completely different in two different films in scenes set in 1973. You kinda have to just go with it.
It only really matters if they mention Negasonic's age, to me. Xavier is 60 in X-Men: Dark Phoenix, he just happens to look really good for his age.
I think you could probably push it to 15-16, even.I dont think they mention her age in the second movie. I think if she was say, 14 in Deadpool 1 and a young-looking 24 year old it can work.
EDIT: Negasonic's actress is currently 25, so yeah it could totally work
I also just assume that in these movies a common secondary mutation is that a lot of mutants just age like Hollywood celebrities. I mean Tom Cruise looks good for someone pushing 60, but you wouldn't accuse him of being an immortal
Magneto - Perhaps when Apocalypse boosted his powers, it stunted his age slightly?
Xavier - Perhaps when Apocalypse was trying to get his powers in the scene that made him bald, his age was slowed? Or he just ages less noticeably in the Revised Timeline for some reason.
I definitely think Angel (X-Men: Apocalypse) is a different character from Angel (X-Men: The Last Stand).I always assumed that one of the side effects of the "cure" serum Xavier was using in DOFP was that it accelerated aging, and in the original timeline he used it for longer periods, which is why he ends up looking like Patrick Stewart at a much younger age.
Similarly for Magneto, in the original timeline would have spent much longer in captivity and may have been exposed to experimentation which had the same aging effect.
Aside from that, I also have theories that a bunch of characters are just actually "legacy" characters. For example, Caliban in "Apocalypse" is the father of the Caliban in "Logan" and he is kind of embarrassed by his awkward son.
here is a point of contention: is the Wade Wilson in X-men Origins: Wolverine the same Wade Wilson in Deadpool? Given that the first movie takes place in the 70s it is possible in the post-DOFP timeline he could have ended up being the deadbeat dad that Wade in the "Deadpool" movies talks about.
We're not telling you to do that, though.I am not putting Deadpool in the main timeline.