“The Uniting Theory of ‘Peter Pan’ and ‘The Little Mermaid’ That Will Perplex Nostalgic Fans”

By: MRT Desk

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The Little Mermaid Poster: Theory of a Dark Connection with Peter Pan

By now, multiverses are a cliche in the world of cinema. Marvel and DC are the pioneers of bringing different dimensions to their cinematic universe. The upcoming ‘Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse’ and ‘The Flash’ movies are the recent examples of this phenomenon.

However, a theory suggests that Disney had come up with the same idea 70 years ago. It would connect both ‘Peter Pan’ from 1953 and ‘The Little Mermaid’ from 1989 via the death of Athena, Ariel’s mother. This theory was exposed by a Tik Tok user known for analyzing movie videos while exposing conspiracy theories.

The user explained the theory by accompanying it with sequences from ‘The Little Mermaid 3: Ariel’s Beginnings’ and the animated ‘Peter Pan’ movie. The video went viral in the face of the media interest circulating around the premiere of the live-action remake of ‘The Little Mermaid.’

The fact that Athena’s place of death coincides in both productions and that there is such a physical resemblance makes it quite a convincing idea. It wouldn’t be strange to imagine that Disney has secretly related them.

This theory radically changes the collective memory of the 1953 film. Hook would become a darker and more sinister villain than the child role he had in the animated film. Also, it would be the first time that two Disney movies would be connected by a tragic death.

Disney fans know that Disney sometimes includes references that only the most nostalgic can spot. Theory of everything may or may not be true, but it certainly adds another level of intrigue for Disney fans.

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