25 Mind-Blowing Movie Fan Theories

Posted by , Updated on September 6, 2017


Movie theories are the lifeblood of the internet. Whenever an unsolved mystery appears in a film, people take to the web and make their theories heard. A good portion of them are trash, but every now and then, some theories blow things wide open, making total sense. From Disney to Tarantino films, we’ve got a ton of theories that’ll change how you view your favorite movies. Here are 25 Mind-Blowing Movie Fan Theories.

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James Bond is Just a Code Name

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Die Another Day director Lee Tamahori had his own theory on the James Bond franchise. In his mind, the name James Bond wasn’t his real name but a code name used by several 007 agents. That’s how he could justify other actors like Sean Connery leaving and someone else taking over.


Josh Kills Heather in the Blair Witch Project

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This fan theory asks, “Who actually did the killing at the end of the Blair Witch Project?” Since we never see the Blair Witch in the movie, some have suggested Josh is the prime suspect. Perhaps he was possessed and did the killing.


Frozen, the Little Mermaid, and Tangled are linked

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One fan theory from Tumblr connected Frozen, The Little Mermaid, and Tangled, saying they’re from the same world. In Frozen, while people come to see Elsa’s coronation, for a split second you can see Rapunzel and Eugene from Tangled. And they also indicated that the sunken ship in The Little Mermaid is The King and Queen of Arendelle’s.


Sandy Died in Grease

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In the song “Summer Nights,” Danny rescued Sandy from drowning on the beach. However, it never happened, and Sandy died from drowning. Everything in the story is what she dreams about before dying. At the end when they fly up into the sky, she’s going to heaven.


Ferris Bueller is Cameron's Split Personality

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We all know and love the movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.  But what if we told you Ferris Bueller never existed and was actually Cameron’s way to cope with dealing with his overbearing father? Consider, for instance, how Ferris and Cameron are opposite people, Ferris pushes Cameron to face his father, and Cameron says, “Ferris Bueller you’re my hero.” Cameron made him up to deal with his issues.

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