People Believe These Movies' Crazy Conspiracy Theories


There are many fascinating conspiracy theories about the most influential films in Hollywood. There’s a lot of drama in Hollywood, whether rumors float around the film’s name, injuries or deaths that are covered up, or who was the real director.

Here are the top-voted responses for your entertainment.

Several fans felt the 2017 reboot of The Mummy movie series was initially proposed as the first Uncharted movie. However, they noted how the opening scene in the desert was part of the original concept while the film project was still on track to be the Uncharted film.

The Mummy 2017 was Supposed to Be Uncharted

The nanobots in No Time to Die were originally scripted to appear as a virus instead. One noted that the nanobots were edited due to the film’s release date and proximity to the Corona Virus pandemic.

From Virus to Nanobots in 007

In the comics, the Marvel superhero known as Spider-Man had a pivotal role in the Civil War story arc. When it came to the Civil War film, Tom Holland’s debut appearance as Peter Parker didn’t portray as much.

Tom Holland in Captain America: Civil War

Many presumed the first ten minutes of the Disney film Up was the originalThese conspiracy theorists think the Disney executives loved the short film so much that they commissioned it to be a full-length movie.

Disney’s Up Started Out as a Short Film

Tombstone is an American Western loosely based on historical events in Arizona, depicting Wyatt Earp (Kurt Russell) and Doc Holliday (Val Kilmer) and an outstanding cast. The screenwriter, Kevin Jarre, was the initial director of the movie but was replaced by George Cosmatos, who got primary credit as director.

Tombstone (1993)

Several people believe the title of the Disney movie Frozen was changed from its original version, The Snow Queen. Many think this is true due to the wild rumor that Walt Disney was cryogenically frozen after his death.

Disney’s Frozen

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