At first, it was just a rumor that the Wolverine 3 would be all about the Old Man Logan.
In the comic books, Old Man Logan is all about Wolverine getting older. In the first teaser poster, there’s a message that says “One Last Time”.
At the end of the day, the rumor is true that he’s indeed the “Old Man Logan”.
However, 20th Century Fox and Marvel Studios agreed that they’re going to name the movie “Logan” instead of “Old Man Logan.”
Here is the official trailer of ‘Logan’ below:
Why is Logan getting older?
Remember the X-Men Origins: Wolverine? Remember the time that Logan was born in the 19th century with Sabretooth as his brother? After he killed his father accidentally with his bone claws, he and his brother ran away from them. For decades, they hadn’t aged as they’ve reached the looks between 30 to 35 years old. For decades, they’ve been together fighting several wars, including the World War I and II. As of today, Logan should be around 200 years old. However, his looks remain the same until X-Men: Apocalypse (where he played Wolverine in a cameo appearance). Now the question is, why is Logan getting older this time? This is something we need to find out.
Why does Professor X have Alzheimer’s disease?
Charles Xavier was supposed to be one of the most intelligent mutants in the world due to that he knows about your past, present and future. Yes we’ve seen that already from the beginning of X-Men until the Apocalypse (where he’s still young). As he ages, it’s common that he may have Alzheimer’s disease. Why would a powerful mutant like him have this kind of degenerative disease?
Why this movie is R-18?
This movie alone could be rated as PG-13 at least. However, they later decide to upgrade it to R-18? Here’s the question that you need to answer by yourself. Why is it that this movie is R-18? Is there something that Logan and the rest of the crew have been doing that is not friendly towards the children? Or is it something else?
What ‘s exciting, according to Hugh Jackman, this movie has something that we’ve never seen or expect to see compared to the previous X-Men installments.