List of "doubles" in the X-Men Movie Franchise

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    List of "doubles" in the X-Men Movie Franchise



    X1:


    Toad is the son of the "Toad" operating in 1973 (DOFP). He was a kid in "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" (1983).


    X2:

    Dr. Shaw - Sebastian Shaw's son.

    Two "Cassidy" mentioned in Stryker's files: Sean Cassidy (Banshee) and his clone (X-Men Origins).
    Two "Maximoff" mentioned in Stryker's files: Peter Maximoff (Quicksilver) and his clone (X-Men Origins).


    The Last Stand:

    Warren Worthington III (Angel) is not the "Archangel" operating in 1983. They are two different characters.

    Dr. Moira MacTaggert is the niece (daughter of her brother) of CIA operative Moira MacTaggert (First Class, Apocalypse).

    Senator Trask is not related to Bolivar Trask. Same surname.

    The "Psylocke" listed in the credits is Kwannon, not Elizabeth "Betsy" Braddock (Apocalypse). Different aspect and powers.


    X-Men Origins:

    The "Deadpool" movies don't belong to the mainstream X-Men movie timeline, and feature a different Wade Wilson.

    Emma Silverfox is the clone of Emma Frost, conceived in 1965. She was adopted by the Silverfoxs (Kayla's parents).
    Banshee is a clone.
    Quicksilver is a clone. Presumibly, the real Quicksilver was killed (by Team X?) in the seventies.

    Dr. Carol Frost is related to the original Emma (cousin?).


    DOFP:

    The "Nate Grey" mutant at the beginning is the son of the "Nate Grey" mutant operating in 1983 (Apocalypse).

    Toad is the father of the "Toad" operating in 1999 (X1).


    Apocalypse:

    "Archangel" is not Warren Worthington III. They are two different characters.

    Jubilee is just a mutant using the same codename of the "Jubilee" in X2. Xavier had the original timeline memories.

    The "Nate Grey" mutant at the beginning is the father of the "Nate Grey" mutant operating in 2023 (DOFP).


    Logan:

    The movie doesn't belong to the mainstream X-Men movie timeline, and features a different Caliban.
     

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