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There has been some speculation about how The Wolverine and X-men:Days of Future Past movie will tie in together. There has even been a rumor that a post-credit scene could potentially link the two upcoming films, but director James Mangold clarifies that The Wolverine is a standalone film.
“Bryan and I have talked and he’s seen what we’ve done. Clearly the reality is that we are all trying to work together and make things groove together. But the trick is we were making our movie before Bryan came on and before I knew what they were up to in that film. Our agenda was always our agenda and our movie stands alone, so the journey we take Logan on in The Wolverine, we bring to a close.”