The official trailer for Logan was released this week, and fans could not be more excited to see Hugh Jackman returning to the big screen as Wolverine, for what is most likely going to be the last time (future cameos notwithstanding).
It is both an exciting and sad time to be a Wolverine fan.
However, with the new timeline comes some major changes, as the events of the first two solo Wolverine films, X-Men Origins: Wolverine and The Wolverine, now never happened.
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In Days of Future Past, we got to see a content Wolverine waking in a not too distant future where Xavier's school for the gifted was thriving. First up: He confirmed the film is set after the future coda in X-Men: Days of Future Past, meaning we're probably around the late 2020s or early 2030s at this point.
Fans of the comic series can easily explain the relevance of Laura's character not only in the Wolverine series but also for the entire X-Men franchise. It's clear in just the trailer's quick glimpses that he and Logan have forged an intimate bond over the years, with Logan now seemingly acting as Charles' protector in his decline. Watching the Logan trailer released this past week, it was hard to pinpoint exactly where this movie was taking place. With scars on his body and seen to have visibly aged, Logan appears a much weaker man than before.
One tease in the trailer is that nearly all the mutants are extinct, but we won't find out the full picture until the film's release next year.
"Logan" will hit theaters March 3, 2017.