Unbeknownst to any of them, Aladdin, Jasmine, and Hercules could have been within a few vertical kilometers of each other. After finding out about his destiny with the gods, Hercules climbs a tree to peer into the constellations.
At this point, a strikingly beautiful shooting star tears across the sky. There is something unusual about this shooting star though as one fan pointed out: it was purple. Something else very purple was traversing the night skies a millennium ago too apparently – Alladin’s magic carpet.
Monsters Inc. Turns things Inside Out
The interdimensional of Monsters Inc. again comes into play with the 2015 movie, Inside Out. Admittedly, this theory may have been concocted by fans to assuage themselves of heartache. In Inside Out, Bing Bong pays the ultimate price so Riley may be saved.
However, fans point out that Bing Bong perfectly fits the profile of a Monsters Inc. denizen, and his disappearance at the end meant he simply traveled back to Monstropolis while originally having come to collect Riley’s laughter. We can only hold thumbs that this is the case!
Sulley is Skinned
An astute Monsters Inc. fan made the connection between a seemingly innocent piece of bathroom décor and a conversation had between Sulley and Randall. Randall is quite explicit in his disdain for humankind and warns Sulley that after capturing monsters, humans “make toilet seats out of their fur”.
Sulley disregards Randall’s rant. However, a scene from Toy Story Toons- Partysaurus Rex) displays Bonnie – the inheritor of Andy’s toys – playing in her bath and within the bathroom is a toilet seat cover clearly showing the same color and markings as Sulley’s fur!
Snow White and the Kiss of Death
At the conclusion of Snow White, we’re all used to the fairy book ending of Prince Charming laying a full-bodied kiss on her lips, waking Snow White up from her coma-like state.
Some fans have taken a grimmer outlook on this and surmise that the prince is actually death itself, laying the kiss of death on her and taking her into the afterlife. After a year in a coma and being poisoned, this does seem like the far more logical conclusion.
Jasmine Pulls the Strings
Jafar is one of the most memorable villains from any Disney movie. His schemes though are never elaborated upon and his pursuit of the lamp seems he just wants it for… power? A character in the Aladdin universe however that does need freedom is Jasmine.
Fans theorize that Jasmine originally recruited Jafar to obtain the lamp so she could find liberty but instead Aladdin turned that all around when he came onto the scene and she found the freedom she was desiring.