X-Men Movie Fan Theories That Make So Much Sense Now

Ever since the X-Men debuted with The X-Men (2000), the group of mutants has managed to become the most popular beings in the superhero world. Their team functions in a way that they all stand for the hate and prejudice for the minorities. As a result, a lot of folks could relate to the notion via their experiences and that is how the franchise managed to remain popular for years and years. During all this while, the X-Men and all its characters have appeared in multiple films and have had some live-action classics as well.

With that said the X-Men fans have put in a lot of attention and time to echo some of the most prominent theories about their favorite characters. And these 5 make so much sense –

Wolverine Smokes To Deal With ..

Actor Hugh Jackman as the Wolverine
Actor Hugh Jackman as the Wolverine

A part of his mutation is highly sensitive to smell. Perhaps that is why Logan smokes cigars to cut down thousands of smells that he comes across every day.

Quicksilver Lives In A Basement Because…

Pietro Django Maximoff, AKA Quicksilver
Pietro Django Maximoff, AKA Quicksilver

Despite having some really cool powers, why Quicksilver lives in a basement? Quicksilver, in Days of Future Past, is seen to be playing pong and table tennis in his mother’s basement. After ten years, in Apocalypse, he’s still there. A fan’s theory in this regard echoed loud that he cannot go to a school or get a job because of his extraordinary mind. Thus, anything in this world, whether going to a school or doing a 9 to 5 job will be boring for him. The only reason that could make him come out of that basement is a meeting with his father.

Deadpool Has Always Been A…

Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson, AKA Deadpool
Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson, AKA Deadpool

Wade Wilson, before becoming Deadpool, possessed the super dexterity power. In this regard, the Deadpool movies highlight how the healing factor helped the superhuman to exceed his combat abilities. While he had a subtle, Deadpool also has an active mutation in his body. Perhaps that is why no mutating subjects work on him (unless it is combined with the serum). Hence, this fan theory depicts that Deadpool has always been a mutant.

The Wolverine Killed X-Men Because…

Hugh Jackman in Logan
Hugh Jackman in Logan

It has been highlighted in Logan that the Wolverine killed X-Men because of his old mind and age. But the story failed to echo the exact reason behind it. In this regard, a fan’s theory claimed that Wolverine’s attack almost killed X-Men. But to end their suffering, he killed each one of them. We all know that the damage was done and no one could have reversed it. Therefore, Xavier killing X-Men got reflected as an act of mercy.

The Mutants Are Attractive Because…

X-Men First Class
X-Men First Class

Mutant biology tends to exaggerate the differences between the sexes and as a result, it expects polygamy. Every X-gene, in this regard, wants to travel as far as possible but the human culture has slowed down its spread. Perhaps that is why the majority of the mutants look attractive because the X-gene is thriving for domination.

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