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  • Dumbledore From 'Harry Potter' Is Gay on Random Crazy Fan Theories

    (#9) Dumbledore From 'Harry Potter' Is Gay

    Few franchises are as popular as Harry Potter; it's not surprising there are hundreds of fan theories about the series. One of the leading ideas is that Dumbledore might be gay. Very little is known about his past, other than the fact he had a close and deep friendship with Gellert Grindelwald. Some felt the relationship may have been more than strictly platonic. 

    As part of a book tour in 2007, J.K. Rowling confirmed Dumbledore is gay, revealing the wizard fell in love with Grindelwald. She even removed a reference to Dumbledore's past female loves from the sixth film, Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • The Vehicles In 'Cars' Overthrew Humanity on Random Crazy Fan Theories

    (#13) The Vehicles In 'Cars' Overthrew Humanity

    Cars creative director Jay Ward essentially confirmed a long-running theory about Pixar franchise in 2017. According to Ward, the cars overthrew humanity when they realized they were no longer needed. Ward explained his reasoning in an interview with ScreenCrush:

    If you think about this, we have autonomous car technology coming in right now. It’s getting to the point where you can sit back in the car and it drives itself. Imagine in the near-future when the cars keep getting smarter and smarter and after one day they just go, "Why do we need human beings anymore? They’re just slowing us down. It’s just extra weight, let’s get rid of them." But the car takes on the personality of the last person who drove it. Whoa. There you go.

  • '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.

  • Chief In 'Wonder Woman' Is A Demi-God on Random Crazy Fan Theories

    (#7) Chief In 'Wonder Woman' Is A Demi-God

    During Wonder Woman, the title character meets with a man known as Chief. They chat to each other in a foreign language that isn’t subtitled. Fans went into intense research mode and discovered the language is Blackfoot, which is spoken by several indigenous tribes living in the Canada and the United States. 

    Once Native speakers translated the speech, it was revealed Chief introduces himself to Wonder Woman as Napi, a demi-god in Blackfoot culture. Some speculated this meant Chief was really a deity. Actor Eugene Brave Rock confirmed the theory on Twitter.

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