Anyone can write a selling novel but very few who can write the best-selling or a box-office success, but everyone has a mysterious way to understand the favorite pieces of pop-culture and relate them with something new. Simply, this is just an attack to the level of fan fiction but as you have seen before, Insomnia and some cans of Red Bull can make a fan re-think and write a story in such a hardcore way that one can never know it’s not even the original one and never look at the topic in the same way again.
5- Willy Wonka is somehow George Weasley from Harry Potter
This is just a random story but parallel to the original one in all sense, indeed. Mostly, everyone believes now that J.K Rowling has done this purposely, and both of them are the wild character who can do very little of the magic. The backing story of Willy Wonka is absolutely vague as there are no possible ways to explain how one strange man developed all of his money and built a huge chocolate factory for him. That’s not it; Oompa Loompas are nowhere to be found in the whole history of science, itself. According to one of the theories on TVTropes, it’s somehow the magic of the troublemaker George Weasley from the verse “Harry Potter”. The theory is that after the events of Harry Potter where George used wizard’s time-travel technology by which a wizard can go back in time and start a fresh new life with a new identity.
Why the theory is not that weird:
Before George Weasley lost his brother, they both opened a toy and candy shop, a successful one, indeed. It was called Weasley’s Wizarding Wheezes. The most famous item of them was skiving snack box candy that would give instant but temporary nosebleed and vomiting fit by which anyone can skip the class that was quite interesting. Weasley and Wonka are quite similar aside from their candy-making capabilities but in physical appearance, too. They both are redhead and showman’s intelligence of style.
4- The Joker is similar to Tyler Durden
Heath Ledger’s performance is effective just because of his mysterious life. People still have no idea about where he came from and what his motivations were. All that is known about him is he has scars (a lot of them), he can build an army of people without even paying them but wait, these are the characteristics of Fight Club’s Tyler Durden, too.
Why the idea that crazy is not:
Firstly, they are both neighbors. In the world of DC comics, Gotham City and Delaware are damn close to each other. Secondly, both of them use to recruit weak-minded aimless people in their so called army. They both have a fondness for Damage and Massacre. Durden used to get his face punched off by huge angry men all night that caused him a surgery with freaky metal-teeth in Jered Leto’s Joker in suicide squad.