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We've seen plenty of set photos from The Wolverine, and so far it looks like we were going to see Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) across plenty of locations.  One of the settings was a Japanese Pow camp, so some of the movie has to take place in the past, right?  While that may still be the case, it looks like the majority of the plot will take place in the modern day.  We already knew that the movie was standalone in the sense that there wouldn't be many mutants, and it wouldn't pay attention to X-Men Origins: Wolverine.  But the question remains: does The Wolverine take place before X-Men or after X-Men: The Last Stand? Hit the jump for more.  The Wolverine opens July 26, 2013. Speaking to Parade [via Bleeding Cool], Jackman reluctantly revealed a couple details about The Wolverine: You want to get me into trouble, don't you? [laughs] Okay, the movie takes place after X-Men: The Last Stand. »

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