I was struck by (and I thought leemoyer and perhaps liddle_oldman will be as well) the fact that after caving in to any number of truly stupid and unreasonable demands, they finally decided to put their foot down and say no to him. Unfortunately for us, the issue they chose to grow a spine over was when he wanted Bricusse, (who had replaced Lerner writing the score) replaced with Flanders and Swan!
Jim and I went out for our local theater's cheap date night and saw the Wolverine movie and had dinner someone else had to clean up. It was really fun, but I am *mostly* not going to talk about the movie because I would give you the impression I didn't like it, but that wouldn't be true. I did like it, I just like to pick at things - that's my own writing strategy as well.
We read Xmen in the 70's and 80's, so I am quite out of the loop on what is considered canon these days, but the movie did not address any of the questions I always had - in fact, it addressed nothing that would have brought those questions up. Is the movie really revisionist or am I so far behind on canon I am a mutant Luddite? I don't know even that much.
But I do know this bothered me - why are two Canadians fighting in the American Civil War, and with Americans in WWI and II...? Am I to believe the British Empire had nothing going on to interest two people making a living as mercenaries?