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  • Aquaman Saves Superman From Drowning In 'Man Of Steel' on Random Crazy Fan Theories

    (#10) Aquaman Saves Superman From Drowning In 'Man Of Steel'

    In Man of Steel, Clark Kent struggles as he tries to save workers on a collapsing oil rig; his only option is to hold onto a beam underwater to ensure everyone gets off safely. Of course, this puts Clark in a precarious situation as the rig continues to collapse, threatening to drown him. Several whales save Clark, freeing him from the rig. This led to fan theories that Aquaman is responsible for sending the whales, making the King of the Seven Seas Superman's savior. 

    Actor Jason Momoa, who portrays the leader of Atlantis, revealed that Zack Snyder told him he was responsible for saving Superman:

    In Man of Steel when Henry's [Cavill] on the oil rig, he's holding that up and then all of a sudden you see him up on the ocean, kind of floats up on the ocean. [Zack]'s like, I had [Aquaman] save him so that they'd get to cross paths at one point so when Bruce goes, "You ever heard of Superman?", I have and we have crossed paths.

  • Peter Parker Is In 'Iron Man 2' on Random Crazy Fan Theories

    (#2) Peter Parker Is In 'Iron Man 2'

    Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have speculated for some time that Peter Parker makes an earlier appearance than his official role in Spider-Man: Homecoming. A scene from Iron Man 2 featuring a young boy standing up to the rogue robots at the Stark Expo raised eyebrows, with some believing this is actually a young Spider-Man.

    Tom Holland, who portrays the web slinger in Spider-Man: Homecoming, confirmed the theory in an interview with Huffington Post in 2017. Holland said Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, told him the young boy is definitely Peter Parker:

    I can confirm that as of today. I literally had a conversation with Kevin Feige only 20 minutes ago. Maybe I’ve just done a big, old spoiler, but it’s out there now. It’s cool. I like the idea that Peter Parker has been in the universe since the beginning.

  • 'The Legend Of Zelda' Has A Split Timeline on Random Crazy Fan Theories

    (#5) 'The Legend Of Zelda' Has A Split Timeline

    Anyone who has played any game in The Legend of Zelda series knows that almost every entry broadly follows the same outline. While some argue this means the games are simply a re-imagining of the same story being retold throughout different ages, others suggest that every title links together through a complex timeline.

    The theory details how the games take place over three separate timelines that split according to how the ending of each game is resolved. In 2011, Nintendo released the Hyrule Historia, a book that paints a detailed history of the series and the in-game universe. In it, the full timeline for the franchise was revealed for the first time, officially confirming that there is a split timeline.

  • Deckard is A Replicant in 'Blade Runner' on Random Crazy Fan Theories

    (#8) Deckard is A Replicant in 'Blade Runner'

    Ever since Blade Runner was first released, fans have contended that the protagonist, Rick Deckard, is actually a replicant himself. These theorists point to various pieces of evidence, including the origami unicorns left behind for him after he has a dream about the creature.

    While Deckard actor Harrison Ford might not agree, director Ridley Scott has gone on record a number of times saying he believes Deckard is a replicant. In 2017, the director once again let his position on the matter be known, albeit in a more roundabout manner:

    Tyrell is a trillionaire, maybe 5 to 10% of his business is AI. Like God, he has created perfect beings that, for all intents and purposes, there is no telling the difference from humans. Then he says, “You know what? I’m going to create an AI. I’ll have a male and female, they will not know that they’re both AIs, I’ll have them meet each other, they will fall in love, they will consummate, and they will have a child.” That’s the first film. 

  • 'Super Mario Bros. 3' Is A Stage Play on Random Crazy Fan Theories

    (#3) 'Super Mario Bros. 3' Is A Stage Play

    Plenty of gamers think Super Mario Bros. 3 is a stage play. Fans of this theory believe the evidence is in the scenery: the obstacles appear to be bolted to the background, like stage props, and the level ends with the character "going off stage" to the right. And, of course, the entire game starts with a curtain raise.

    Series creator Shigeru Miyamoto revealed the fan theory was true during a September 2015 Q&A with the UK Nintendo Twitter account, stating the entire experience is just a performance by the characters.

  • The Peddler At The Start Of 'Aladdin' Is The Genie on Random Crazy Fan Theories

    (#1) The Peddler At The Start Of 'Aladdin' Is The Genie

    Ever since Aladdin was released in 1992, fans have argued the peddler working at the bazaar at the start of the film is the Genie. The peddler's appearance and voice are eerily similar to that of the Genie, and fans were convinced they were one and the same. One of the co-directors of the film, Ron Clements, granted fans' wish when he confirmed their hypothesis was true to E! News:

    That was the whole intention, originally. We even had that at the end of the movie, where he would reveal himself to be the Genie, and of course Robin [Williams] did the voice of the peddler. Just through story changes and some editing, we lost the reveal at the end. So, that's an urban legend that actually is true.

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