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When it comes to popular movies, everyone’s
got theories. There’s just something so gratifying about
diving deep into the finest details of a film and coming up with a plausible connection
others haven’t yet seen. Even more exhilarating are those times when
those theories are eventually confirmed by the people involved in a project. In the case of these cinematic conjectures,
fans were able to figure out certain connections long before they were ultimately confirmed
by those in the know. And as always … beware the spoilers! The Logan prophecy 2013’s The Wolverine might’ve seemed like
just another installment of Logan’s long history on the big screen. But as one fan on Twitter noticed, the film’s
clairvoyant character Yukio predicted Logan’s ultimate fate. “I saw you die. I see you on your back, there’s blood everywhere,
and you’re holding your own heart in your hand.” At the end of Logan, of course, that’s almost
exactly what happened. A few years later, the character died in the
movie Logan, while lying on his back and covered in blood, as was foretold. And while he wasn’t holding his literal heart
in his hand, he was clasping the hand of his cloned “daughter” Laura a.k.a. X-23. The connection was not a coincidence. Director James Mangold later praised the person
who first drew the connection between the scenes and thus confirmed it was his intention
all along. “I would agree with your observations. Cars takeover While most people wouldn’t think too deeply
about a Pixar movie starring talking automobiles, some adults — and maybe even some kids — left
screenings of Cars with a disturbing thought: where are the humans? After all, it’s not like humans never inhabited
the world of Cars. Proof of human existence is littered throughout
the entire movie, from door handles to road signs and more. So, what exactly happened to us? One fan theory proposed that the cars themselves
eliminated humans. And as it turns out, that’s actually what
happened. According to Jay Ward, the Creative Director
of the Cars universe, the anthropomorphic autos simply didn’t need the dead weight. He said, “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… There you go.” Who knew a global robot domination story could
be so kid-friendly? The Frozen-Tarzan connection When Frozen co-directors Jennifer Lee and
Chris Buck took to Reddit for an Ask Us Anything, they blew everyone’s minds when they revealed
that, despite the film ‘s opening montage, Anna and Elsa’s parents didn’t actually die
at sea. Instead, Buck stated the protagonists’ parents
“got washed up on a shore in a jungle island. The queen gave birth to a baby boy. They build a treehouse. They get eaten by a leopard…” That sounded a lot like what some fans had
theorized about the backstory of the orphaned Tarzan and how he might actually be the long
lost brother of Anna and Elsa. Buck later confirmed to MTV that fans were
right on the money with their origin theory — at least when it comes to how the story
plays out in his head. He explained: “Of course Anna and Elsa’s parents
didn’t die.’ Yes, there was a shipwreck, but they were
at sea a little bit longer than we think they were because the mother was pregnant, and
she gave birth on the boat, to a little boy. They get shipwrecked, and somehow they really
washed way far away from the Scandinavian waters, and they end up in the jungle. They end up building a treehouse and a leopard
kills them, so their baby boy is raised by gorillas. So in my little head, Anna and Elsa’s brother
is Tarzan.” It’s too bad Tarzan didn’t inherit his sister’s
gift for whipping up ice sculptures to help his jungle pals beat the heat. But at least the director didn’t come out
and tell fans to let it go and stick to the elephant’s wild theory. “You know I’ve been thinking lately that maybe
Tarzan could be some subspecies of elephant.” The Genie peddler Another Disney animation theory that’s gotten
the official thumbs up is that the Genie from Aladdin appeared in the film long before the
street rat ever rubbed that magic lamp. Fans noticed the peculiar behaviors of the
peddler who introduced the movie and figured out that he and the Genie were the same guy,
now free from the confines of the lamp. “Do not be fooled by its commonplace appearance. Like so many things, it’s not what’s outside,
but what’s inside that counts.” Director Ron Clements later admitted the theory
was true and said, “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.” “Look at me from the side. Do I look different to you?” Spider-Man’s true MCU debut There’s been a long-running theory amongst
fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that Peter Parker showed up even earlier than Captain
America: Civil War. As the story goes, the little kid who dressed
like Iron Man and mean mugged a robot at the Stark Expo in Iron Man 2 is actually a young
Peter Parker. Iron Man 2 was released in 2010, after all,
and everyone’s favorite neighborhood web slinger was still in his mid-teens in 2017’s Spider-Man:
Homecoming. Furthermore, the aforementioned Stark Expo
takes place in Parker’s hometown of Queens. Tom Holland himself has now confirmed this
idea as MCU official. “Badass.” The actor who plays Spidey told Huffington
Post, “It is 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.” “Hi guys! Wait a minute, you guys aren’t the real Avengers. I can tell. Hulk gives it away.” Stan Lee is a Watcher Anyone who regularly watches Marvel movies
is undoubtedly accustomed to the regular Stan Lee cameos. The comic book legend has made an appearance
in almost every Marvel movie ever made. “Look at Mr. Smiles over here. Where’s your wife old man?” Lee’s cameos have always been written off
as merely nods to Marvel’s main man, but some fans suspected he might be one of The Watchers
— a race of aliens who observe and compile information on everything the universe has
to offer, while refraining from interference. Lee himself denied the theory at first. Though I’ll admit I’m a wonderful human being.” But Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 director
James Gunn decided to have a little fun and make the theory legit. In the 2017 film, Gunn added a post-credit
scene in which Lee regales The Watchers with stories of his adventures. The director then told Radio Times, “There’s
a lot of cool stuff that the fans come up with. A lot of stuff I don’t agree with… But I find the idea that Stan Lee is a Watcher,
or that he works for the Watchers, is just a fun little nod to the fans.” Thanks to those fan suggestions, Stan Lee’s
stellar role in the MCU is now official. “Y’know, I guess one person can make a difference. Nuff said.” Thanks for watching! Click the Looper icon to subscribe to our
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100 thoughts on “Popular Fan Theories That Have Finally Been Confirmed

  1. In Wolverine movie, he almost died holding his freaking heart. So she was talking about him dying literally holding his heart. It had nothing to do with Logan's ending.

  2. I used to always tell my mom that the storytelling merchant at the start was the genie, I was written off as usual.

  3. RIP Stan Lee. Also, how cool would it be if Tarzan somehow "reunited" with his "sisters", in Frozen. It all kind makes sense.

  4. Yeah but Tarzan’s parents and elsa and Anna’s parents don’t even look alike. Tarzan’s mom had red hair and his dad brown. But Elsa and Anna’s parents hair is the exact opposite to this. Not to mention Tarzan lives in the time where they had huge steam boats and automobiles. Elsa and Anna are long before this. Plus they confirmed along time ago that Tarzan’s parents are from England and Elsa and Anna are straight from Germany.

  5. theres no possible way tarzan is anna and elsa's long lost brother. in tarzan, the ship WAS ON FIRE. and in frozen, the ship fell into a tide of WAVES. thats impossible. its debunked, too.

  6. I tend to disagree on the peddler, i find it more amazing Mercantile and salesmanship of a peddler that he would create wonderful stories to mesmerize the buyer. In our world, even a unknown or broken car can be sold as much as the near price of brand new

  7. Well, actually. I don't wanna be someone who wants fame it's just. Right, before Logan showed up in the theaters. I've watched all X-Men movies. And I'm a fan of Wolverine himself. Yet, the last day before the movie came, I've watched the Wolverine 2013 and right at that scene where Yukio is crying and told Logan about his vision. I've remember that scene right inside of the theaters in the last minutes of LOGAN. Especially, when Logan said "So, this is how it feels like" meaning… That is how you feel when you're about to die but, the line has a 2nd meaning and that is, Logan felt love again for the first time. Like… RIGHT IN HIS VERY OWN PALM

  8. If Stan Lee lived a little longer he coulda played the old version of Caltrain America. And his cameos woulda been him watching himself and his friends.

  9. Step 1: Make a movie with some loose details
    Step 2: Read what fans have to say about it
    Step 3: Do fan service, and say "woah, you're so smart, you figured it out"
    Step 4: Profit… again, on top of the previous profits.

  10. The Tarzan/Frozen one doesn't make sense. You're telling me that they were going from Norway to Germany, but because she was pregnant they decided to take a detour to Africa? Someone really needs to brush up on their geography…
    Also, in Tarzan you clearly see the ship burning and the parents rowing to shore in a lifeboat, and in Frozen the ship is swallowed by the sea because it was a storm…
    I'm sorry to say, but if you believe that theory, you are one stupid person

  11. What the hell!!!! Elsa and anna's parent alive and they give birth to a boy and adrift to an island. If that is true how you can explain the photo of tarzan and his parent family photo if they adrift to an island.that is a big lies that i heard what the hell with the theories

  12. The Logan prediction is crap. He died briefly on the table with his hand in his chest taking out the robot inhibitor on his heart in the same movie.

  13. I always disliked the theory that that kid in the Iron Man mask in Iron Man 2 is really Peter Parker. What are the odds of that happening? Someone probably posted that as a wild, completely out there idea and managed to garner enough buzz around it to draw the attention of execs, actors and the creative minds behind the MCU, who then quickly crunched some numbers to see if that can fit in their timeline somewhat believably and when it all checked out, they responded with: 'Yea, sure, fuck it. Why not? That kid is Peter Parker. You happy now?'
    There is no way in hell they planned it that far ahead, especially because at the time of Iron Man 2, the MCU wasn't even close to owning the rights to Spider-Man in movies.

    Feels like that is the case for most of these, actually. People throw hundreds, or even thousands of wild ideas and completely out there theories at it and see what sticks and one of them happens to be lucky and/or credible enough to be made official canon, even though that was never the original intention.

  14. I refuse to believe the frozen-tarzan theory because of one simple observation. In Frozen the dad has orange hair and the mom has brown hair. In Tarzan the mom has orange hair, and the dad has brown hair. "Confirmed" theory DEBUNKED!!

  15. that frozen and tarzan theory, one small issue, wrong time, tarzan is late 1800's to early 1900's where guns and steel clad steam powered ships exist, frozen on the other hand they still use crossbows, bows and arrows and swords and from what it looks like, carrack's and sailing frigate's, a farcry from steam powered steel ships.

  16. does the first one even count? are they surprised a fan remembered a scene describing what was gonna happen thats a fan theory?

  17. That Tarzan is blatantly is impossible the original Tarzan was published in 1912 Frozen is a more of modern movie so the make a comparison between the two and a theory that doesn't even make a lick of sense people dig way too much in these damn movies

  18. That doesn’t really make sense though if you’ve read the Tarzan books… and magic doesn’t exist there from ive read

  19. TThe explorers in tarzan hint at least late 18th-19 century vibes hinting that the americas already have been colonized. There is just no way that this deep into civilization a ship can misdrift from scandinavia to africa unless it is intetional. Maybe this was an intentional attempt by han's kingdom or some other kingdom to weaken elsa's parents' kingdom to invade? This is the only way I see this possible.

  20. 2:20 the real question is why the hell is Paul Newman doing an impression of Burt Reynolds the whole series?!

  21. So, if Stan Lee is a watcher in the Marvel Universe, would this mean that Mallrats is a part of the Marvel Universe?

    reason: in every movie is stan lee
    Explenation: maybe it are alternate dimensions like spider verse
    (If this is true, it could be a good reason to put the x men into the mcu)

  23. So, Cars is "Death Race" without the drivers? Sorry, no, I don't buy the whole "Tarzan" theory. Tarzan is not a prince, he is a Lord. Well established backstory. Sorry

  24. I don't agree with the cars 3 all the background mountains and stuff that's shaped like cars and stuff that's supposed to be natural my assumption is it it's somebody's child's imagination that lives like in a junkyard or around a classic car museum or even car hinge

  25. So…let's ignore the fact that Tarzan was based on ENGLISH VISCOUNT John Clayton II from a book written by someone (Edgar Rice Burroughs) other than Hans Christian Anderson, on whose character Queen Elsa is based. Elsa and Anna AREN'T ENGLISH as evidenced by pretty much the entire movie. And if Tarzan was born at sea, where did the photograph come from?
    I like both movies a little less because of this boloney…and won't be able to watch either one without seeing all the glaring problems with this dumb fan theory.

  26. Stan Lee is Thanos.

    Because how could Thanos know the location of the infinity stones? He was working for the watchers.

    Thanos disguised as Stan lee so the watchers would let him work for them and therefore tell him the location of the stones.

    Stan had to work with them so they wouldn't get suspicious and where is better than being with potential threads to your plan to kill 50% of population?

    And that's how he was successful the first time.

    He from the past didn't have as much information about our heroes and that's how he lost the second time

  27. "So in my little head, Annd and Elsa's brother is Tarzan– but on the other side of the island are surfing penguine, to tie into a non-Disnet move, 'Surf's up'. That's my fun little world".

    I don't think that makes this canonical.

  28. stan lee isn't the watcher he came up with the watchers in the first place he acts as their informant because he's covering his true identity of the real god , the true god one who only observes.

  29. It was the same director for logan an the wolverine. So i feel its not a real fan theory! He was gonna do that all along

  30. If the Tarzan/Frozen theory is true, then Anna is the only sibling without powers. Elsa has ice powers and Tarzan can talk to animals

  31. Hold on Stan Lee a watcher I'm pretty sure e is the one above all cause e created most of the marvel universe

  32. one person can make a difference Mr.Lee, you sure as fuck change a whole bunch of lives. Glad i got to meet him a few times before he passed

  33. I feel like these confirmed theories by the producers are weird. It’s they just agreed to it because they were bored

  34. 3:30 if that was real… then why does Tarzan’s world have technology based around 1900s while frozen is set before electricity

  35. I remember when I was young when Aladdin first came out the real ending when the peddler revealed himself to be the genie why don’t they release that on dvd

  36. Says another fan theory that tarzan is Anna's brother but not Elsa's, elsa is neither Anna's sister either. She is in fact rapunzels sister send at birth to a nearby allied kingdom for protection. U can actualy see hugene and rapunzel in frozen

  37. I don't think that the theory of Tarzan being related to Anna and Elsa is true and that the guy was joking.
    There's so many false things that I don't know where to start.
    The picture of Tarzan and his parents is an actual photograph while it should've been a painting.
    The parents barely resemble Anna and Elsa's parents and if the mom was pregnant she would've had a giant stomach area because Anna says "see you in a few weeks" and frozen's ship wreck was a drowning incident while Tarzan's ship wreck was from fire.
    Not to mention Tarzan's timeline is possibly the late 1900s while frozen would be way WAY earlier.
    Proof is from the Hunter and his gun, the actual ships with smoke, and that they had projectors.
    Should I keep going?

  38. the fan theories of spider man is false, because if your gonna do some math you find out that the kid is not the same age of peter parker in that timeline there is a hole video of it so if you dont believe me go wacht it.

  39. The Tarzan Frozen thing doesn't make sense at all… None of the parents even have the same hair color and Frozen takes place in 1840's and Tarzan in the 1890's.

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