Matthew Vaughn Reveals Scrapped ‘X-Men’ Trilogy Plans, Including Tom Hardy as Young Wolverine

Matthew Vaughn directed 2011 superhero movie “X-Men: First Class”
It introduced younger iterations of fan favorite X-Men characters.
Vaughn revealed he originally planned for “First Class” to be the first of a new “X-Men” trilogy.
Second installment centered around a young Wolverine in the 1970s.
Third installment based on “Days of Future Past.” 
His dream casting of young Wolverine was Tom Hardy.
20th Century Fox and the producers did not want to follow his plan.
Vaughn left the franchise behind after “First Class.”