Sure, some video game fan theories are a stretch, but some of them make total sense in the context of the game.
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While some who watched The Dark Knight Rises thought Bane was a classic villain, others thought he was cartoonish.
The show is not only an iconic sitcom, but it also made leaps for a marginalized community in society, and so it has a lot of interesting trivia.
Naturally, with a movie franchise that follows a bunch of individual plots, there are going to be some ups and downs with the storytelling decisions.
YA movies have made their mark in Hollywood, and fans love breaking them down and bringing their own theories to the table.
The first trailer for Avengers: Endgame, released just a few days ago, has already broken its predecessor's record for the most viewed trailer.
Hundreds of people are involved in the making of these movies, so it can be difficult to get all of the mechanics working smoothly.
There’s no way for us to know before the movie actually comes out, but we can certainly speculate.
There are all kinds of outrageous fan theories out there, but for every plausible fan theory, there are 99 implausible ones.
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A lot goes on in the writers' room, and while some changes worked out for the best, others changed The Vampire Diaries for the worse.