This is a pretty simple question, but an intriguing one that I think about all the time. Sometimes, when I'm watching a movie or reading a book, I always notice some similarities to other things that I have watched or read. I then begin to realize that there are a lot of questions that could be answered if these seemingly unrelated universes were connected.
So, I ask you this: do you have any headcanons of connected fictional universes? and if so, what are they?
G1 and G2 being connected, it's kinda cannon, but not fully. Changed category to Entertainment ~ TheMOCingbird.
Well I always believed that Hero Factory is in the same universe with G1, and Mr. Makuro is a Turaga.
I've thought about that, too.
I also have no idea why, but I really believe that the movies You don't mess with the Zohan and The Dictator are in the same universe.
I feel like some aspects of hitchhikers guide to the galaxy and guardians of the galaxy could be in the same universe
Smash Bros headcanons are my thing.
I imagine Ridley being good friends with Pichu due to one adorable twitter comic I saw.
I sometimes just imagine the X-Men movies, Deadpool movies and MCU Movies in the same universe
I also believe Simpsons and Futurama
Everything Wes Anderson has ever made
Everything Quentin Tarantino has ever made
Transformers and G.I. Joe
Gravity Falls and Rick and Morty.
This is weird but I imagine all the RP’s in the same universe(I blame @Mctoran, when he connected RP’s, I made connections)
I kind of like the idea of Overlord (2018 WWII zombie / horror movie), being set in the Machine games Wolfenstein universe.
Also I like to think about how all biopics take place in the same cinematic universe - just with incredibly inconsistent casting and occasional continuity errors.
What’s a biopic?
Biopics are films about real people - essentially a biography in film form, except usually less comprehensive because trying to cram a persons entire life into a single film is a silly idea (though many have tried). Examples would be The Kings Speech, Bohemian Rhapsody and The Social Network
Lincoln is my favorite
The Invasion and Big In Japan