12 Stupid Mistakes That Somehow Made It Into 2014 Movies

12. Wolverine's Claws - X-Men: Days Of Future Past

Let's be honest here: Bryan Singer's reclaimed X-Men franchise sequel/reboot/redo/whatever they want to call it today could have been an absolute sh*tstorm of errors, because of the time travelling and continuity errors inevitably created by merging two universe (and creating a third one). Luckily, it wasn't all that bad, and the film itself was good enough to hide most of the errors. Most, but not all. In the timeline of the movie, which follows on from The Last Stand and The Wolverine, future Logan has his Adamantium claws, despite the fact that they were destroyed in the fight finale of The Wolverine. So, how did he manage that? The worst thing about this is that it was acknowledged by Singer; he said there'd be a reveal, but then ignored his own promise (despite how easy it would have been to just say Magneto did it) and fans were left scratching their heads.
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