PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
When Wolverine is summoned to Japan by an old acquaintance, he is embroiled in a conflict that forces him to confront his own demons.
Hugh Jackman said that for his shirtless scenes in the film, he wanted to look "as ripped and cut as possible." So he adopted a dehydration diet (used in bodybuilding) where he did not consume any liquid for thirty-six hours before filming his shirtless shots. ... ...
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Logan: That was a B-29, bub. There's no outrunning what's coming. You're better off down here. I'd hurry if I were you.
When Logan saves Yashida from the atomic blast at Nagasaki in the well the heat and flame from the blast reach into the well to burn much of Logan. Heat and flame can't enter a cavity like that unless there was airflow through the chamber - from all that we can see there was only one entrance/exit. Secondly, after the initial shockwave and blast dissipate Logan stops Yashida from exiting the well due to further risk of danger (assumedly from radiation). Since the atomic bombs dropped in Japan were the first to be used in history, how would Logan know about the radiation danger? Admittedly this opening sequence was rendered as a recollection by Logan much later, so how much of it is memory and how much is dreamed is open to question.
SPOILER: There is a scene in the closing credits: as Wolverine enters an airport security check, he comes face to face with Magneto and Professor X, who request his assistance for a new threat to mutants. This leads into X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014).
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