For some fans, their favorite sci-fi movies go much deeper than what happens onscreen. From The Matrix to Mad Max: Fury Road, just about every great science fiction film has at least one or two compelling fan theories. Sometimes these theories are debunked or confirmed by actors, directors, or even sequels, but more often than not, whether or not these theories are really true remains mysterious.
For science fiction fan theories to be respected and considered, they have to be supported by considerable evidence. There's usually something out of place or seemingly random that is, in fact, crucial to the underlying theory. Some sci-fi fan theories are so good, that it seems as if they must be true. Others leave the fan-bases arguing endlessly.
One way or the other, sci-fi fan theories are some of the best pop-culture theories out there. Some of them have completely changed the way we see movies and have put into question elements that were once considered canonical.Check out this list of outrageous fan theories about your favorite sci-fi films and vote up the ones you think are the most beyond outrageous.
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Indiana Jones Is Basically UnkillablePhoto: Paramount Pictures
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Marty McFly Died in Back to the Future Part IIPhoto: Universal Pictures
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Cobb's Totem was His Ring, Not the TopPhoto: Warner Bros.
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Mad Max Is the Feral Kid from Road WarriorPhoto: Warner Bros.
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Stan Lee Is Uatu the WatcherPhoto: Sony Pictures
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Owen Is the Kid Alan Grant Talks to about RaptorsPhoto: Universal Pictures