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X-Men Origins: Wolverine

Year:
Duration:
107 min
Genres:
Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi | Thriller
IMDB rate:
6.7
Director:
Gavin Hood
Awards:
2 wins & 12 nominations
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 2009-05-01
Filming Locations: Auburn, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Earnings
Budget: $150,000,000
Opening Weekend: $85,058,003 (USA) (3 May 2009)
Gross: $179,883,157 (USA) (1 October 2009)
Cast
Actor
Character
Lynn Collins
Lynn Collins
X-Men Origins: Wolverine
Troye Sivan
Troye Sivan
X-Men Origins: Wolverine
Hugh Jackman
Logan
Liev Schreiber
Victor Creed
Danny Huston
Stryker
Will.i.am
John Wraith
Kevin Durand
Fred Dukes
Dominic Monaghan
Chris Bradley
Taylor Kitsch
Remy LeBeau
Daniel Henney
Agent Zero
Ryan Reynolds
Wade Wilson
Tim Pocock
Scott Summers
Julia Blake
Heather Hudson
Max Cullen
Travis Hudson
Michael-James Olsen
Young Victor
Peter O'Brien
John Howlett
Aaron Jeffery
Thomas Logan
Alice Parkinson
Elizabeth Howlett
Philip A. Patterson
Firing Squad Leader (as Phil Patterson)
Anthony Gee
Carnival Guy
Adelaide Clemens
Carnival Girl
Karl Beattie
School Child
Tom O'Sullivan
Logging Supervisor
Myles Pollard
Phelan
Blaze Hackman
Marcuse (as Stephen Anderton)
Chris Sadrinna
Van Mier
Septimus Caton
Bartender
Matthew Dale
Surgeon
Nathin Butler
Male Nurse #1
Peter Barry
Male Nurse #2
David Ritchie
Dr. Cornelius
Asher Keddie
Dr. Carol Frost
Socratis Otto
Lead Technician - Alkali Lake
Stephen Leeder
General Munson
James D. Dever
Platoon Leader
Martin Obuga
Muttering Man
Rita Affua Connell
Nervous African Woman
John Shrimpton
Stryker Aide
Henry Browne
Curtis
Tahyna Tozzi
Kayla's Sister
Daniel Negreanu
Poker Player
Alexandra Davies
Woman of the Night (as Alex Davies)
Don Battee
Huge Doorman
Evan Sturrock
Drunken Man In Alley
Rob Flanagan
Driver
Hakeem Kae-Kazim
African Businessman
Alison Araya
Teacher
Eric Breker
Special Forces Commander
Eileen Bui
Vietnamese Child
Adrian G. Griffiths
Hunter #1 (as Adrian Hughes)
Byron Chief-Moon
Hunter #2
Mike Dopud
Vietnam Army Officer
Beatrice King
Waitress (as Beatrice Ilg)
Kanako Takegishi
Waitress
Panou
Tank Soldier
Johnson Phan
Vietnamese Man
Elizabeth Thai
Vietnamese Woman
Jade Tang
Mutant Twin #1
Joelle Tang
Mutant Twin #2
Warwick Young
Helicopter Pilot
April Elleston-Enahoro
Ororo Munroe
Scott Adkins
Weapon XI
Susan Glaze-Harper
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Dennis Kreusler
Soldier (uncredited)
Paul Padagas
Warden (uncredited)
Chris Polzot
Mutant
Chaz Smith
Bourbon Street Reveler (uncredited)
Terry Lee Smith
Bourbon Street Partier (uncredited)
Suzie Steen
Carnival Mom (uncredited)
Patrick Stewart
Professor Charles Xavier
Ian Thompson
School Bus Driver (uncredited)
Elizabeth Tranchant
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Joshua Dean Williams
Soldier (uncredited)
Did you know?
Trivia
Hugh Jackman recommended Gavin Hood as director, noting parallels between Logan and the hero of Hood's previous film, Tsotsi (2005).
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Kodi Smit-McPhee was originally cast as the young James Howlett, but turned it down to film The Road (2009) and was replaced with Troye Sivan.
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Hugh Jackman collaborated with the writers on the script, as he wanted the film to be a character piece compared to the other X-Films.
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Goofs
Many "Canadians" have a heavy USA Southern drawl.
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(at around 51 mins) When Zero's chopper approaches the barn for the first time, the closeup of the rocket pod shows that it is full. The chopper fires one rocket from each pod to destroy the barn. When next we see the chopper it is hovering in front of Logan, trapping him between it and the 2 vehicles. There is a brief glimpse of the rocket pods. Each rocket pod now has 2 rockets missing, when there should only have been one.
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(at around 13 mins) After Wade comes off the elevator near the beginning of the movie, cutting at bullets and clearing the path to a man with diamonds, he stops and stays in a lounging position after cutting down the last two men. In that instance, two wires are clearly visible near his shoulders.
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Quotes
John Wraith: [about Fred Dukes] Whatever you do, don't mention his weight.
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William Stryker: Fred!
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Remy LeBeau: When you said you were going to kill him, I thought you were exaggerating.
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Faq
Q
Did the Weapon X procedure give Wolverine his claws?
A
Traditionally, it was believed that Wolverine gained his claws from Weapon X. However, at one point in the comics, Magneto pulls the adamantium off of his bones and out of his body. After this, it is revealed that Wolverine has bone claws and had them all along as part of his mutant ability. When Weapon X coated his bones in the unbreakable metal, they also covered the claws. However, a line of dialogue spoken by Stryker in X2 originally suggested that Wolverine's claws were a direct result of the procedure ('You were an animal then, you're an animal now. I just gave you claws'), rather than him already having claws made of bone. This makes it somewhat confusing when put into context in this movie, alhough he may have been referring to the fact that Wolverine's original claws were only pointy bones, making them more like spikes, only good for stabbing and not slashing. Therefore the sharp blades were more claw-like.
Q
Who is the frozen person with two differently coloured eyes?
A
The person frozen with different-colored eyes is William Stryker's son, Jason Stryker. He has the ability of illusion generation and is featured prominently in X2 .
Q
What happens to Dukes/The Blob?
A
Sabretooth killed him. There is a deleted scene where Victor is seen standing over a wounded Dukes who is tied up in the boxing ring. More so, in the movie, when John Wraith is confronting Sabretooth, he says, "I'm not scared of you. Your claws and long black coat don't work on me." To which Sabretooth replies, "It worked for Dukes," implying that he killed him.
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Lynn Collins Troye Sivan
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