Lilo Pelekai, we come to understand very quickly at the start of the movie Lilo and Stitch, has been left an orphan. A very imposing social care worker appears to make sure the kids are being taken care of. It’s revealed that Cobra Bubbles was a CIA agent.
How did a CIA agent come to watch over the interests of Lilo? Diehard Disney fans insist that Lilo’s parents were CIA operatives themselves and had entrusted Cobra Bubbles with the wellbeing of their children in the event of their demise.
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.
Scar’s Cannibalistic Tendencies
A grim, grim fan theory this one is. After Scar kills Mufasa, nothing more is hinted at its eventual disposal. Now, being out in the savannah, we all know what becomes of flesh. As Mufasa famously forebode “ the circle of life”.
We do have a very unnerving clue as to who disposed of it though. When Zazu is imprisoned by Scar, he sings the memorable song “Lovely Bunch of Coconuts”. While he sings the lyrics “some as big as your head”, Scar picks up a lion’s skull…
Mulan Awakens the Dragon In Herself
A movie of epic proportions, Mulan combines many Hero’s Tale elements. One of these is the awakening of the great stone dragon. Mulan’s ancestors send a spirit guide, Mushu, to assist Mulan and awaken the stone dragon. Mushu’s attempts fail so spectacularly that he lands up destroying the entire structure.
By revisiting the movie, there is a succession of events that make it clear that Mulan is indeed the dragon and had been awoken.
The genie in Aladdin undoubtedly is well acquainted with modern-day celebrities and cultural tropes. So much so that he impersonates them directly to Aladdin. Perhaps we were yet again bamboozled by the peddler? Fans have come to wonder if Aladdin isn’t set far in the future, one that has seen the 20th century come and go.
There is no semblance of modern-day technology in the movie yet the genie is well versed in an era of such.