The Frozen director just confirmed an insane internet fan theory


Fans of Disney have countless theories about how each of the films and characters are actually all connected in some way.

One popular theory is one which connects that characters of Disney’s mega-success Frozen with the story of Tarzan.

The idea is that Anna and Elsa’s parents actually never died. Instead when they were shipwrecked, they ended up on an island this is where their mom gave birth to Tarzan.

So, Tarzan is actually Anna and Elsa’s younger brother.

Chris Buck, the director of Frozen has now come out as saying that he believes the theory could actually be true.

In an interview with MTV News, he said that while the connection may not be official, in his mind he considers the characters to all be one big happy family.

Chris explained his own version of the theory on Sunday saying:

“She gave birth on the boat, to a little boy… somehow they really washed way far away from the Scandinavian waters, and they end up in the jungle. They end up building a tree house and a leopard kills them, so their baby boy is raised by gorillas.”

Sounds legit, right?

He went on to say that “whatever people want to believe, go for it.” Fully encouraging fans to continue with their interesting and sometimes bizarre theories he said “that’s the spirit of Disney.”

Excellent news, so we can look forward to the internet producing more of these fantastic observations:

Ah, that explains it:


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