Westworld has ended its second season with more unsolved mysteries than it started with. Here are some of the biggest questions we hope to see answered in the next season (or two), as well as some hints from the folks in front of and behind the camera that may point us to the answers.
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Deadpool 2 had a weird marketing campaign. One of its earliest salvos was an odd trailer that featured Deadpool playing out the role of Bob Ross. The trailer, which was full of Easter Eggs and gags, spawned a host of fan theories about the final film. And the film's credits contain a nod to one of the biggest.
Westworld's latest park reveal may have seemed like a surprise to many viewers, but there have been hints about Park 6 for months. Of course, they weren't easy to find, but someone did. We have an interview with the fan who first came across the code to "the Raj", and what he's since found that hints at the future of Westworld.
Humans need food to survive. Many of the characters of the Star Wars universe, human or otherwise, are depicted eating for just that reason. Despite being mostly human, however, there is no clear way for Darth Vader to get sustenance to the part of his face that accepts food. This is, of course, a mystery easily solved.
One of the most persistent fan theories about the new Star Wars films is that Rey isn't the only Force sensitive in the main cast. Since the early promotional campaign for The Force Awakens muddied the waters on whether Finn or Rey was going to be the Force user (including, famously, showing Finn wielding Luke's lightsaber but not Rey), some fans have been wondering if the big twist of Finn's powers is still coming.
Game of Thrones, if you'll forgive the pun, changed the game on fan theories. The HBO show has inspired countless Reddit threads, discussion forums, and crazy homemade conspiracy walls decked out with pictures, names, and string in hopes of tying all the pieces together. Some of those theories have actually come true, most notably "R+L=J." However, others seem like they're too dumb to exist -- and yet here we are.
Wall-E is almost nine years old, so maybe it's time to re-evaluate the movie. Maybe it's not a morality tale about consumerism and the environment, with Wall-E as the example of purity. Because a new fan theory posits that the adorable robot is, in fact, Satan, and guys? It makes more sense than you'd expect.