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RE: Re. Xaviers Body
I think it's bollocks as well. I only mentioned it as they were tying themselves in knots in the podcast trying to explain how Professor X looked the same in the future. More

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RE: Re. Xaviers Body
Thanks, I know where that info comes from. I've heard it. I just think a suggestion on a decade-old commentary is bollocks as canon. I mean, by all means, believe what you like if it works for you. It's not like DOFP bothers to provide any answers, so we've all got to go with what works for us. Just doesn't work for me. More

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Since time has been rewritten Xavier wasn't killed by Jean Grey I doubt we'll ever find out why Xavier couldn't walk in the future. Check out the commentary tracks on X3 for the full info. More

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Why can he still not walk if he's got a brand new body from his convenient twin? (Also, I think it's very unlikely that Patrick Stewart showed up to film that scene at the end of X3). More

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Xaviers body.
At the end of Last Stand post credit, Professor X transferred his mind into a body which was in fact his twin brother born without a consciousness. if you look closely you can see the body is Patrick Stewart. More

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