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X-Men Origins: Wolverine second television advert online

Wolverine.jpgThere's a second television advert online for X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and if you don't want to know most of the story for the film then I'd advise you to look away.

However there is something really rather interesting about the trailer, and that's the appearance through the great battles of history of the two brothers who were to become called Wolverine and Sabretooth.

The teaser repeats a little from the first one, just so you can get up to speed again, and then delves into the history that the brothers share together, all the way up to their final battle. Basically it's telling us their entire history in a sixty seconds and then giving us the final showdown.

Of course if you haven't followed the X-Men films and the Wolverine character then you might not realise what's going on, but if you have then this is their entire plot line together.

Seems a little much to give away in a television advert doesn't it? Still, it looks great, some of the battle scenes are fantastic, and I love the idea that these two have been instrumental in some of the great battles of our time.

There are definitely more stories in there, weaving the brothers into actual historic events and how their regeneration abilities have helped them sway the turn of events? That itself might make for an interesting film. However, that won't be what we're getting in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

Have a look for yourself if you don't mind seeing their journey in seconds.



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