Xmen Origins Wolverine Inhaltsverzeichnis
Wer ist Wolverine wirklich? Woher kommen seine Klingen, sein Adamantium-Skelett und seine Selbstheilungskräfte? Was steckt hinter seinem inneren Konflikt und seiner Rache? Auf der Suche nach Antworten verbündet sich Wolverine mit Gambit gegen. X-Men Origins: Wolverine. aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie. Zur Navigation springen Zur Suche springen. Filmdaten. Deutscher. melins-bors.se - Kaufen Sie X-Men Origins: Wolverine - Wie alles begann (Extended Version) günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. melins-bors.se - Kaufen Sie X-Men Origins: Wolverine - Wie Alles Begann (Extended Version) günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. X-Men Origins: Wolverine ein Film von Gavin Hood mit Hugh Jackman, Danny Huston. Inhaltsangabe: X-Men-Spin-Off rund um den beliebten Helden Wolverine.
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You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Hugh Jackman Victor Creed Danny Huston Stryker Will.
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Edit Storyline Two mutant brothers, Logan and Victor, born two hundred years ago, suffer childhood trauma and have only each other to depend on.
Edit Did You Know? Goofs at around 2 mins Lighting in the foyer of the mansion was provided by light bulbs in a grand chandelier. The first home to have electrical lighting was that of Joseph Swan, one of the inventors of the light bulb, in England in A mansion deep in the Canadian wilderness would not have been outfitted with electricity until several decades after that.
Quotes [ first lines ] Young Victor Creed : You're always sick. Young James Logan : You were sick when you were my age.
Alternate Versions German theatrical version was cut by the distributor before submission to the FSK to secure a "Not under 16" rating the killing of the old couple is shortened, you don't see Wolverine igniting the gasoline.
Ironically, the uncut version, submitted for the home video release, was rated "Not under 16" as well, thus rendering the cut theatrical version completely unnecessary.
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Color: Color. Edit page. Clear your history. Victor Creed. Kayla Silverfox. Scott Summers. Wolverine talks to Gambit while Wraith keeps watching outside, but Gambit suspects Wolverine was sent to recapture him and, using his ability to charge objects with kinetic energy, throws several playing cards at Wolverine that send him flying through a wall.
Outside, Wolverine sees Victor has killed Wraith and taken a sample of his blood. Wolverine fights Victor, only to be interrupted by Gambit.
Once there, Wolverine confronts Stryker and learns Silverfox is still alive; Victor faked her death with hydrochlorothiazide.
She was keeping track of the mutant to free her sister, Emma, who is also in the prison. Wolverine is devastated by this betrayal.
Now having no quarrel with Stryker, Wolverine departs. Victor, angered that Stryker let Wolverine go, demands the adamantium procedure.
Stryker, however, tells him that he won't survive the procedure and in an act of rage, Victor tries to kill Silverfox. Wolverine hears Silverfox's screams and attacks Victor.
Finally having the chance to kill Victor, Wolverine chooses not to give in to his animal instincts and instead knocks him out.
Silverfox shows Wolverine to the holding cells, and he frees the mutants there; among them are Emma Frost, Scott Summers and Elizabeth Braddock.
Panicking, Stryker prematurely activates his newest creation, Weapon XI, a bald, pale-skinned and deformed Wade Wilson, lacking a mouth and with patterns on his skin marking his adamantium bone structure.
As the rescue party approaches an exit, it is blocked by Weapon XI, who is under Stryker's control.
Wolverine tells them to find a new exit as two blades extend from Weapon XI's arms. The blades are similar to Wolverine's claws, but more like katana swords, Wilson's weapon of choice.
Wolverine realizes that this monstrosity is actually Wade Wilson. Weapon XI, also called Deadpool, is a mutant Frankenstein's monster, with the abilities of several of the killed and captured mutants: Scott's optic blasts, Wraith's teleportation, and Wolverine's healing ability.
During the escape, Silverfox is mortally wounded. The other mutants escape through the facility's tunnels, guided by Scott who is unable to tell them how he knows the way out.
Emerging from the tunnel, the party encounters a helicopter. Riding in the helicopter is a familiar figure: Professor Charles Xavier, who has guided them to safety and offers them a home at his school.
Meanwhile, the fight between Wolverine and Weapon XI moves to the top of one of the nuclear power plant's cooling towers. Weapon XI overpowers and prepares to decapitate Wolverine, but Victor returns to aid his brother.
Wolverine and Victor, now working together, are able to decapitate Weapon XI, sending its head, still firing optic blasts, down into the cooling tower.
Wolverine coldly informs Victor that despite his help, their relationship is over. Victor reminds him that as brothers, they can never be finished, and jumps off the cooling tower.
The damage from the optic blasts causes the cooling tower to collapse, but Wolverine is rescued by Gambit. Wolverine asks Gambit to ensure the prisoners are safe, while he returns to find Silverfox, who stayed behind because she was wounded.
As he carries her to safety, Stryker shoots him in the back with an adamantium bullet. Wolverine tries to kill him but is shot in the head, knocking him unconscious.
Silverfox uses her powers of persuasion to order Stryker to walk away until his feet bleed, then dies from her injuries. Gambit returns to assure Wolverine that the mutants are safe, but due to amnesia caused by the brain damage the adamantium bullets inflicted, Wolverine does not remember anything this was Stryker's intention, knowing that even the adamantium bullets could not kill Logan.
Gambit tries to get Wolverine to come with him, but he declines. Gambit wishes Wolverine good luck before departing, and Wolverine flees the scene as the ambulances and police arrive.
The film has several additional scenes during and after the credits. The first of these scenes play a few seconds into the credits, and depicts William Stryker walking down a road.
Due to Silverfox's order, the toes of his shoes are torn and bloody from walking for so long. A military vehicle drives up behind him and he is apprehended by military police for questioning about the death of General Munson.
Stryker murdered the general earlier in the film in order to protect his vendetta against mutants. Depending on which theater the movie was shown in, one of two possible endings then appears following the credits.
In the first ending, Weapon XI's hand reaches out from the rubble of the nuclear complex to touch his severed head. The second alternate ending shows Logan drinking at a bar in Japan.
The bartender asks if he is drinking to forget; Logan replies that he's drinking to remember.
The former is the one included on home media devices, while the later is included as a separate deleted scene.
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