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Continuity mistake: When Logan shoots Dr Rice at the start of the final fight, the shot changes to Logan and shows him firing a gun using his right hand. The shot changes to Pierce being shot, then to a wide shot showing all three men. The gun is now suddenly in Logan's left hand.

Continuity mistake: When Pierce first begins to interrogate Caliban in the safe house in Mexico, a large portion of Caliban's albino makeup is smudged below his nose, revealing the actor's natural skin in his first close-up of the scene; after switching to a close-up of Pierce, then back to Caliban, the smudge has been fixed.

Continuity mistake: After Pierce hooks Laura in the chest, she got some blood on the blouse and a hole, later in the convenience store she has the blood on it but the hole is gone.

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Factual error: Logan and Laura emerge from an urgent-care clinic in a small town, presumably somewhere in the Great Plains or eastern Rockies. Shortly after they emerge from this clinic, a Louisiana state highway sign is visible in the background. As the scene ends, the camera pulls back to show mountains in the background, indicating that they aren't in Louisiana.

Plot hole: In the hotel attack scene, the bad guys were paralysed when Charles went into a seizure. Logan came in and drove his claws into several men's head. These men died and their brain function should have stopped and no longer affected by Charles. They should have fallen over, but they remained standing until Charles had his injection.

Factual error: After the Oklahoma City casino incident, it shows a brief scene where Pierce picks up Dr. Rice. The sign in the background says "Ada 15, Oklahoma City 90" on Highway 81. That highway in Oklahoma is, in fact, a real road but it is no where near Ada. The closest area that is 90 miles from OKC would be around Duncan, which is well over 50 miles from Ada.

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Logan: Nature made me a freak. Man made me a weapon. And God made it last too long.

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Hugh Jackman has cited his age, repeated struggles with skin-cancer and the stress that preparing for the role causes his body as contributing to his decision to retire from the character of Wolverine after 17 years. Jackman has also jokingly suggested that the diet required to maintain his physique was a contributing factor as he hated it, quipping "I don't know how many more egg white omelettes I can eat."

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