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:'''''<u>NOTE: This article is about the incarnation of Bolivar Track from the X-Men film series. The mainstream version can be found here: [[Bolivar Trask]].</u>'''''
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|image = Past Bolivar Trask 01.jpg
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|fullname = Bolivar Trask
 
|fullname = Bolivar Trask
|alias = Mr. Trask, Dr. Trask, Trask
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|alias = Trask<br>
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Mr. Trask<br>
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Dr. Trask
 
|origin = ''X-Men: Days of Future Past''
 
|origin = ''X-Men: Days of Future Past''
|occupation = CEO of Trask Industries, military scientist
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|occupation = CEO of Trask Industries<br>
|skills = Genius, Sentinels
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Scientist<br>
|hobby = Studying the work of Mutants.
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Weapons designer
|goals = Get the United States to fund his Sentinel Program against Mutants in order to kill all mutants.
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|skills = High-level intellect
|type of villain = Attention-Seeker / Mastermind / Magnificent Bastard / Evil Scientist / Weapon Maker}}
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|hobby = Studying the life of mutants and how they survive.
{{Quote|The mutant threat is the defining issue of our time. We can choose to stem the impending tide of extinction or we can stand by passively and allow it to wash away any remnants of our species.|Bolivar Trask in the movie.}}
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|goals = Gain the aid of US Government and the help of other world leaders to fund and confirm the Sentinel Program in order to cleanse the entire world of mutants for the good of the human race <small>(failed)</small>.
'''Bolivar Trask''' is the main antagonist in the past timeline of ''X-Men: Days of Future Past''. He is the head of [[Trask Industries]] and creates and army of [[Sentinels (X-Men: Days of Future Past)|Sentinels]] to destroy mutants.
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|crimes = Attempted genocide
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|type of villain = Genocidal Scientist}} {{Quote|The mutant threat is the defining issue of our time. We can choose to stem the impending tide of extinction or we can stand by passively and allow it to wash away any remnants of our species.|Bolivar Trask in the movie.}}
   
He is portrayed by '''Peter Dinklage''' who also played [[Miles Finch]], [[Simon Bar Sinister (Underdog Film)|Simon Bar Sinister]] and [[Captain Gutt]].
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'''Bolivar Trask''' is the main antagonist of the 2014 superhero film ''[[w:c:xmenmovies:X-Men: Days of Future Past|X-Men: Days of Future Past]]''. He is a ruthless scientist and successful businessman, industrialist and weapons maker whose the head and founder of [[Trask Industries]] and creates and army of [[Sentinels (X-Men Movies)|Sentinels]] to destroy mutants in order to cleanse the world from them for the good of the humanity itself.
   
==''X-Men: Days of Future Past'' Prelude==
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He was portrayed by {{w|Peter Dinklage}}, who also played [[Captain Gutt]] in 20th Century Fox/Blue Sky's ''Ice Age: Continental Drift'', [[Eddie Plant]] in ''Pixels'', [[Tyrion Lannister]] in ''Game of Thrones'', and [[Simon Bar Sinister (Underdog Film)|Simon Bar Sinister]] in the 2007 adaptation of ''Underdog''.
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==History==
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===Prelude===
 
Even from his early years as a research assistant, Bolivar always maintained a particular interest in the origin and evolution of humanity. Following in the footsteps of Mendel, Watson and Crick, Trask made it his goal to unlock the mysteries of human DNA. What he did not anticipate was the discovery of the X-Gene, a genetic finding that would prove to be the most significant of the 20th century.
 
Even from his early years as a research assistant, Bolivar always maintained a particular interest in the origin and evolution of humanity. Following in the footsteps of Mendel, Watson and Crick, Trask made it his goal to unlock the mysteries of human DNA. What he did not anticipate was the discovery of the X-Gene, a genetic finding that would prove to be the most significant of the 20th century.
   
 
Trask soon hypothesized the impending extinction of the human race. His early theories were ridiculed by his contemporaries and with no one to fund his research, Trask cared enough about humanity to invest in the founding of Trask Industries in 1967. Since its founding, Trask Industries has been at the forefront of human progress, partnering with domestic and international governments since the Nixon administration. Trask’s early ambition for genetic progress continues to fuel our technological innovations today.
 
Trask soon hypothesized the impending extinction of the human race. His early theories were ridiculed by his contemporaries and with no one to fund his research, Trask cared enough about humanity to invest in the founding of Trask Industries in 1967. Since its founding, Trask Industries has been at the forefront of human progress, partnering with domestic and international governments since the Nixon administration. Trask’s early ambition for genetic progress continues to fuel our technological innovations today.
===The Wolverine===
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During the end credits sequence after the events of The Wolverine, an ad of Trask Industries is shown at an airport where Logan (Wolverine) is just about to leave Japan. There, [[Magneto (X-Men Movies)|Magneto]] tells Wolverine that a new threat is rising, commence the [[Sentinels (X-Men: Days of Future Past)|Sentinels]] and Trask. As Wolverine makes a tried attempt to kill Magneto, Proffesor X says what is happening is true, which leads to the extinction of not only Mutants, but humans, as well.
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===''The Wolverine''===
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During the end credits sequence after the events of The Wolverine, an ad of Trask Industries is shown at an airport where Logan (Wolverine) is just about to leave Japan. There, [[Magneto (X-Men Movies)|Magneto]] tells Wolverine that a new threat is rising, commence the [[Sentinels (X-Men Movies)|Sentinels]] and Trask. As Wolverine makes a tried attempt to kill Magneto, Proffesor X says what is happening is true, which leads to the extinction of not only Mutants, but humans, as well.
   
 
===''X-Men: Days of Future Past''===
 
===''X-Men: Days of Future Past''===
Trask experimented on mutants for their DNA to create robots called [[Sentinels (X-Men: Days of Future Past)|Sentinels]] whose sole purpose is to track and kill mutants (despite Trask having respect for them). Among those he experimented on and killed were [[Azazel]], [[Angel Salvadore|Angel]], [[Emma Frost]], [[Banshee]], and [[Riptide]] (though a viral marketing suggests Azazel and Angel were dead before Trask experimented on them), although [[Mystique (X-Men Movies)|Mystique was]] able to save [[Havok (X-Men Movies)|Havok]], [[Toad]], and [[Ink]] from this fate. Mystique sought revenge on Trask for killing her comrades by shooting him in the forehead. However, this would lead to an apocalyptic future; When Mystique shoots Trask in the head, this triggers the awakening of the sentinels, because of Trask being killed by a mutant and because of Mystique being experimented and tortured on for her DNA to complete the sentinels (eventually she died in the past future). The sentinels would then bring about an apocalyptic future once they begin targeting humans as well. For this reason Wolverine was sent back in time to prevent Trask's death.
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Trask experimented on mutants for their DNA to create robots called [[Sentinels (X-Men Movies)|Sentinels]] whose sole purpose is to track and kill mutants (despite Trask having respect for them). Among those he experimented on and killed were [[Azazel (X-Men Movies)|Azazel]], [[Angel Salvadore|Angel]], [[Emma Frost]], [[Banshee]], and [[Riptide]] (though a viral marketing suggests Azazel and Angel were dead before Trask experimented on them), although [[Mystique (X-Men Movies)|Mystique]] was able to save Havok, [[Toad]], and Ink from this fate after they were apprehended by Trask's military henchman Major [[William Stryker (X-Men Movies)|William Stryker]] in Vietnam. Mystique sought to assassinate Trask in revenge for what he did to her comrades. However, this would lead to an apocalyptic future; after killing Trask she was captured by Trask Industries and her DNA used to create a new generation of Sentinels who, like her, had the ability to adapt themselves to counter any mutant they fought, making them invincible. In this timeline Mystique did not survive and suffered the same fate as Trask Industries's other research experiments. After eliminating or capturing all mutants, the Sentinels then proceeded to identify the genes in non-mutant humans that could lead to them having mutant children, and began targeting them as well. In the end, all of humanity were subjugated and only the most banal elements of mankind remained in charge of the planet, with the aid of the Sentinels. For this reason Wolverine was sent back in time to prevent Trask's death.
   
Trask was denied funding for his Sentinel project. Mystique tried to kill Trask, but Wolverine, Charles, Hank, and Magneto stopped her. However, as a result of a battle from Magneto trying to kill Mystique, the people were horrified by the existence of mutants and Trask's sentinel program was approved; furthermore, Trask obtained Mystique's blood and used it to create the sentinels.
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Trask was denied funding for his Sentinel project, and attempted to sell his technology to communist nations at the Paris Peace Accords to end the Vietnam War. Mystique tried to kill Trask, but Wolverine, Charles, Hank, and Magneto stopped her. However, as a result of a battle from Magneto trying to kill Mystique, the people were horrified by the existence of mutants and Trask's sentinel program was approved; furthermore, Trask obtained Mystique's blood and summarized it was exactly what he needed to make his Sentinels adaptive and truly unstoppable by any mutants. However, the blood would not be enough, and he desired to capture Mystique so he could extract and study her entire DNA profile, including bone marrow and spinal fluid.
   
After saving President Nixon from being killed by Magneto, Mystique tried to kill Trask a second time, but Charles Xavier convinced her not to, averting the bad future. Because a mutant saved the president, the Sentinel Program was shut down, much to Trask's anger. Later on, according to a newspaper article, it is revealed that Trask was arrested for selling military secrets to foreign powers after his Sentinel program was shut down. He, according to a newspaper article, was sent to prison. 
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After saving President Nixon from being killed by Magneto, Mystique tried to kill Trask a second time, but Charles Xavier convinced her not to, averting the bad future. Because a mutant saved the president, the Sentinel Program was shut down, much to Trask's anger. Later on, according to a newspaper article, Trask was arrested for selling military secrets to foreign powers after his Sentinel program was shut down.
 
==Trivia==
 
*This version of the character is played by Peter Dinklage making Trask a little person.
 
*While in the original comic book version of Trask was never a hero by any means, he did eventually come to realize that Mutants are not a threat to humanity and even heroically sacrificed his own life to stop the Sentinels. Neither of those happen in to the ''Days of Future Past'' incarnation.
 
*In the film ''X-Men: Days of Future Past'', Bolivar Trask said he named the Sentinels after the guardians of the citadel. In actuality, it was taken that he meant [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Citadel,_The_Military_College_of_South_Carolina The Citadel], the real-life military academy in SC, and that its guards were dubbed "Sentinels".
 
   
 
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*While in the original comic book version of Trask was never a hero by any means, he did eventually come to realize that Mutants are not a threat to humanity and even heroically sacrificed his own life to stop the Sentinels. Neither of those happen in to the ''Days of Future Past'' incarnation.
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*In the film ''X-Men: Days of Future Past'', Bolivar Trask said he named the Sentinels after the guardians of the citadel. In actuality, it was taken that he meant {{w|The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina|The Citadel}}, the real-life military academy in SC, and that its guards were dubbed "Sentinels".
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Latest revision as of 13:16, April 1, 2020

NOTE: This article is about the incarnation of Bolivar Track from the X-Men film series. The mainstream version can be found here: Bolivar Trask.
The mutant threat is the defining issue of our time. We can choose to stem the impending tide of extinction or we can stand by passively and allow it to wash away any remnants of our species.
~ Bolivar Trask in the movie.

Bolivar Trask is the main antagonist of the 2014 superhero film X-Men: Days of Future Past. He is a ruthless scientist and successful businessman, industrialist and weapons maker whose the head and founder of Trask Industries and creates and army of Sentinels to destroy mutants in order to cleanse the world from them for the good of the humanity itself.

He was portrayed by Peter Dinklage, who also played Captain Gutt in 20th Century Fox/Blue Sky's Ice Age: Continental Drift, Eddie Plant in Pixels, Tyrion Lannister in Game of Thrones, and Simon Bar Sinister in the 2007 adaptation of Underdog.

HistoryEdit

PreludeEdit

Even from his early years as a research assistant, Bolivar always maintained a particular interest in the origin and evolution of humanity. Following in the footsteps of Mendel, Watson and Crick, Trask made it his goal to unlock the mysteries of human DNA. What he did not anticipate was the discovery of the X-Gene, a genetic finding that would prove to be the most significant of the 20th century.

Trask soon hypothesized the impending extinction of the human race. His early theories were ridiculed by his contemporaries and with no one to fund his research, Trask cared enough about humanity to invest in the founding of Trask Industries in 1967. Since its founding, Trask Industries has been at the forefront of human progress, partnering with domestic and international governments since the Nixon administration. Trask’s early ambition for genetic progress continues to fuel our technological innovations today.

The WolverineEdit

During the end credits sequence after the events of The Wolverine, an ad of Trask Industries is shown at an airport where Logan (Wolverine) is just about to leave Japan. There, Magneto tells Wolverine that a new threat is rising, commence the Sentinels and Trask. As Wolverine makes a tried attempt to kill Magneto, Proffesor X says what is happening is true, which leads to the extinction of not only Mutants, but humans, as well.

X-Men: Days of Future PastEdit

Trask experimented on mutants for their DNA to create robots called Sentinels whose sole purpose is to track and kill mutants (despite Trask having respect for them). Among those he experimented on and killed were Azazel, Angel, Emma Frost, Banshee, and Riptide (though a viral marketing suggests Azazel and Angel were dead before Trask experimented on them), although Mystique was able to save Havok, Toad, and Ink from this fate after they were apprehended by Trask's military henchman Major William Stryker in Vietnam. Mystique sought to assassinate Trask in revenge for what he did to her comrades. However, this would lead to an apocalyptic future; after killing Trask she was captured by Trask Industries and her DNA used to create a new generation of Sentinels who, like her, had the ability to adapt themselves to counter any mutant they fought, making them invincible. In this timeline Mystique did not survive and suffered the same fate as Trask Industries's other research experiments. After eliminating or capturing all mutants, the Sentinels then proceeded to identify the genes in non-mutant humans that could lead to them having mutant children, and began targeting them as well. In the end, all of humanity were subjugated and only the most banal elements of mankind remained in charge of the planet, with the aid of the Sentinels. For this reason Wolverine was sent back in time to prevent Trask's death.

Trask was denied funding for his Sentinel project, and attempted to sell his technology to communist nations at the Paris Peace Accords to end the Vietnam War. Mystique tried to kill Trask, but Wolverine, Charles, Hank, and Magneto stopped her. However, as a result of a battle from Magneto trying to kill Mystique, the people were horrified by the existence of mutants and Trask's sentinel program was approved; furthermore, Trask obtained Mystique's blood and summarized it was exactly what he needed to make his Sentinels adaptive and truly unstoppable by any mutants. However, the blood would not be enough, and he desired to capture Mystique so he could extract and study her entire DNA profile, including bone marrow and spinal fluid.

After saving President Nixon from being killed by Magneto, Mystique tried to kill Trask a second time, but Charles Xavier convinced her not to, averting the bad future. Because a mutant saved the president, the Sentinel Program was shut down, much to Trask's anger. Later on, according to a newspaper article, Trask was arrested for selling military secrets to foreign powers after his Sentinel program was shut down.

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • While in the original comic book version of Trask was never a hero by any means, he did eventually come to realize that Mutants are not a threat to humanity and even heroically sacrificed his own life to stop the Sentinels. Neither of those happen in to the Days of Future Past incarnation.
  • In the film X-Men: Days of Future Past, Bolivar Trask said he named the Sentinels after the guardians of the citadel. In actuality, it was taken that he meant The Citadel, the real-life military academy in SC, and that its guards were dubbed "Sentinels".

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