Fan-Made Theories That Are Actually True

From film to television to comic books, fans develop their own theories about characters and plot points to help them make sense of stories as a whole. While most are simply dismissed as mere theories, there have been some instances in which creators, directors, and writers have proven these theories to be true. From the annihilation of the human race in Cars to how Breaking Bad is directly connected to The Walking Dead, these are some crazy fan theories that actually turned out to be true. But we must warn you, there are quite a few spoilers ahead!

The Wolverine Predicts The End Of Logan

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20th Century Fox
20th Century Fox

Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine is a favorite among the X-Men mutants and only die-hard fans would’ve noticed the connection between 2013’s The Wolverine and 2017’s Logan. At the end of The Wolverine, a clairvoyant mutant named Yukio tells Logan, “I see you on your back, there’s blood everywhere. You’re holding your own heart in your hand.”

Indeed, in Logan, the title character dies on his back, covered in blood, holding the hand of X-23, his cloned “daughter.” When a fan tweeted at director James Mangold if this connection was intentional, he confirmed that it was.