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19th Apr '18 12:06:19 PM TheMountainKing
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** For ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', Korra's VA, Janet Varney, has stated that the time Korra realized her feelings for [[spoiler: Asami]] was during the TimeSkip, and that the spirits will respond positively to [[spoiler: their relationship]].

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** For ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', Korra's VA, Janet Varney, has stated that the time Korra realized her feelings for [[spoiler: Asami]] was during the TimeSkip, and that the spirits will respond positively to [[spoiler: their relationship]]. This was confirmed in ''Comicbook/TheLegendOfKorraTurfWars''.
4th Apr '18 7:07:13 AM narm00
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## As for Marty, he was likely lured to Doc's laboratory simply because he was told not to venture there. The original draft explains that Marty took an interest in Doc's vinyl record collection.[[note]]Although, at the time vinyl records were still the most common way of getting albums. Compact discs meanwhile, were only up and coming.[[/note]]

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## As for Marty, he was likely lured to Doc's laboratory simply because he was told not to venture there. The original draft explains that Marty took an interest in Doc's vinyl record collection.[[note]]Although, [[note]]Although at the time vinyl records were still the most common way of getting albums. Compact discs discs, meanwhile, were only up and coming.[[/note]]



** Darren Lynn Bousman has said on his Formspring account that the Graverobber from his movie, ''Film/RepoTheGeneticOpera'' is Riff Raff's son.
** Magenta's actress, Patricia Quinn has said in the commentary that she Riff Raff's relationship is completely innocent and that the BrotherSisterIncest is all in the minds of perverted fans.

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** Darren Lynn Bousman has said on his Formspring account that the Graverobber from his movie, movie ''Film/RepoTheGeneticOpera'' is Riff Raff's son.
** Magenta's actress, actress Patricia Quinn has said in the commentary that she Riff Raff's relationship is completely innocent and that the BrotherSisterIncest is all in the minds of perverted fans.



* ''Film/BladeRunner'': Harrison Ford has stated that he believed Decker to not be a replicant, as being one would undercut the theme of his character rediscovering his own humanity, and turns the man vs. machine climactic battle into a robot vs. robot fight. Creator/RidleyScott on the other hand, claims that Deckard was always meant to be a replicant.

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* ''Film/BladeRunner'': Harrison Ford Creator/HarrisonFord has stated that he believed Decker to not be a replicant, as being one would undercut the theme of his character rediscovering his own humanity, and turns the man vs. machine climactic battle into a robot vs. robot fight. Creator/RidleyScott Creator/RidleyScott, on the other hand, claims that Deckard was always meant to be a replicant.



* Creator/RobertCarlyle believes that his Begbie character in ''Film/{{Trainspotting}}'' is secretly gay and in love with Renton but admits he's not sure if author, Creator/IrvineWelsh intended this or not.

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* Creator/RobertCarlyle believes that his Begbie character in ''Film/{{Trainspotting}}'' is secretly gay and in love with Renton but admits he's not sure if author, author Creator/IrvineWelsh intended this or not.



** The very notion of the Doctor falling in love with anyone is hotly disputed among fans. Word of Saint Paul has not helped. Examples include David Tennant and others involved in the production of Series 2 confirming years after the fact that the storyline between Rose and the Tenth Doctor was a love story, and Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman stating outright that a romance existed between the Twelfth Doctor and Clara Oswald (with Coleman upping the ante at numerous convention appearances by affirming that during a sequence in "Mummy on the Orient Express" in which Clara apparently utters the phrase "I love you" to her boyfriend, Danny, she actually addressed it to the Doctor); confusingly for fans, Capaldi had also been quoted - sometimes within the same week - as saying the opposite regarding the relationship. Nearly twenty years earlier, Creator/PaulMcGann referred to That Kiss from the TV Movie as "He's just had his first kiss in the playground, and he's not sure he liked it".
** This got to a point during the seventies to nineties where some of the TV series' writers were pushing, effectively, for a viewpoint saying the Doctor had ''never'' had sex, despite the existence of his granddaughter Susan (which they got around by saying she'd been adopted). This never got on screen, but it did find its way into the Expanded Universe (e.g. Marc Platt's Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures novel ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoNewAdventuresCatsCradleTimesCrucible Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible]]'', which fed into the rest of the line, or Eric Saward's short story "Birth of a Renegade").

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** The very notion of the Doctor falling in love with anyone is hotly disputed among fans. Word of Saint Paul has not helped. Examples include David Tennant Creator/DavidTennant and others involved in the production of Series 2 confirming years after the fact that the storyline between Rose and the Tenth Doctor was a love story, and Peter Capaldi Creator/PeterCapaldi and Jenna Coleman Creator/JennaColeman stating outright that a romance existed between the Twelfth Doctor and Clara Oswald (with Coleman upping the ante at numerous convention appearances by affirming that during a sequence in "Mummy on the Orient Express" in which Clara apparently utters the phrase "I love you" to her boyfriend, Danny, she actually addressed it to the Doctor); confusingly for fans, Capaldi had also been quoted - sometimes within the same week - as saying the opposite regarding the relationship. Nearly twenty years earlier, Creator/PaulMcGann referred to That Kiss from the TV Movie as "He's just had his first kiss in the playground, and he's not sure he liked it".
** This Things got to a point during the seventies to nineties where some of the TV series' writers were pushing, effectively, for a viewpoint saying the Doctor had ''never'' had sex, despite the existence of his granddaughter Susan (which they got around by saying she'd been adopted). This never got on screen, but it did find its way into the Expanded Universe (e.g. Marc Platt's Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures novel ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoNewAdventuresCatsCradleTimesCrucible Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible]]'', which fed into the rest of the line, or Eric Saward's short story "Birth of a Renegade").



** According to actress Alex Kingston, for a long time only she and showrunner Creator/StevenMoffat knew River Song's true origin.
** How do you write the name of the Doctor's ship? There're a few ways, as it turns out; in the early days, it was given as Tardis or ''Tardis'', without the all-caps, and sometimes the definite article would be dropped, so you'd have "There is a violent explosion and ''Tardis'' stops dead." or similar. TARDIS was first used in the 1972 book "The Making of Doctor Who" by scriptwriters Creator/MalcolmHulke and Creator/TerranceDicks, who went on to establish it as default in [[Literature/DoctorWhoNovelisations the Target novelisations]], and fandom picked it up and ran with it from there. These days, the old forms are primarily used by Magazine/RadioTimes (who use Tardis in their print edition, since in their house style acronyms are written with only an initial capital), intentional period pieces, or Cushing film-verse fics.

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** According to actress Alex Kingston, Creator/AlexKingston, for a long time only she and showrunner Creator/StevenMoffat knew River Song's true origin.
** How do you write the name of the Doctor's ship? There're a few ways, as it turns out; in the early days, it was given as Tardis or ''Tardis'', without the all-caps, and sometimes the definite article would be dropped, so you'd have "There is a violent explosion and ''Tardis'' stops dead." or similar. The all-caps TARDIS was first used in the 1972 book "The Making of Doctor Who" by scriptwriters Creator/MalcolmHulke and Creator/TerranceDicks, who went on to establish it as default in [[Literature/DoctorWhoNovelisations the Target novelisations]], and fandom picked it up and ran with it from there. These days, the old forms are primarily used by Magazine/RadioTimes (who use Tardis in their print edition, since in their house style acronyms are written with only an initial capital), intentional period pieces, or Cushing film-verse fics.



* When Michael Tilson Thomas arranged and recorded some long neglected versions of compositions by Music/GeorgeGershwin, he recurred to Gershwin's brother and lyricist Ira Gershwin to understand George's original intentions in writing the music.

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* When Michael Tilson Thomas arranged and recorded some long neglected versions of compositions by Music/GeorgeGershwin, he recurred turned to Gershwin's brother and lyricist Ira Gershwin to understand George's original intentions in writing the music.



* Gustav Mahler originally wrote his sixth symphony with the scherzo movement second and the slow movement third. IN rehearsals for the premiere, he changed them round and performed them like that for the rest of his life. When he had died,however, his widow Alma claimed that he had changed his mind and preferred the slow movement as the third momeveby after all. This has sparked a fairly large debate about which way round it should be played.

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* Gustav Mahler Music/GustavMahler originally wrote his sixth symphony with the scherzo movement second and the slow movement third. IN In rehearsals for the premiere, he changed them round and performed them like that for the rest of his life. When he had died,however, his widow Alma claimed that he had changed his mind and preferred the slow movement as the third momeveby one after all. This has sparked a fairly large debate about which way round it should be played.



* The actress who originated Patrice in ''Theatre/{{Thirteen}}'' has said that her characters last name is Parker, though the script lists only first names for all the characters.

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* The actress who originated Patrice in ''Theatre/{{Thirteen}}'' has said that her characters character's last name is Parker, though the script lists only first names for all the characters.



** Zuko's voice actor, Creator/DanteBasco, has regularly answered questions about his character. According to him, Zuko fell in love with Katara and he believes they are soulmates even if they did not end up with each other in canonicity.

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** Zuko's voice actor, Creator/DanteBasco, has regularly answered questions about his character. According to him, Zuko fell in love with Katara and he believes they are soulmates even if they did not end up with each other in canonicity.canon.



** For ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', we have Korra's VA, Janet Varney has stated that the time Korra realized her feelings for [[spoiler: Asami]] was during the TimeSkip, and that the spirits will respond positively to [[spoiler: their relationship]].

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** For ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', we have Korra's VA, Janet Varney Varney, has stated that the time Korra realized her feelings for [[spoiler: Asami]] was during the TimeSkip, and that the spirits will respond positively to [[spoiler: their relationship]].
17th Mar '18 12:23:24 PM nombretomado
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* Creator/SamuelLJackson has stated that in ''RevengeOfTheSith'' he, as Mace Windu, beat Palpatine. The novel implies that Sidious let himself lose, and the film leaves it ambiguous.

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* Creator/SamuelLJackson has stated that in ''RevengeOfTheSith'' ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' he, as Mace Windu, beat Palpatine. The novel [[Literature/RevengeOfTheSith novel]] implies that Sidious let himself lose, and the film leaves it ambiguous.
14th Mar '18 8:09:04 AM siberia82
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** ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': Creator/TomHiddleston in this [[http://collider.com/tom-hiddleston-thor-ragnarok-interview/#loki interview]] discloses that the Grandmaster becomes Loki's [[MealTicket sugar daddy]] after the latter arrives on Sakaar.
--->'''Hiddleston''': In my head, Jeff Goldblum takes Loki out to Rodeo Drive and says, 'Pick the finest fabric you can find...'
* ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'':
** Courtesy of Creator/MichaelFassbender. Magneto and Quicksilver are father and son in this universe as well; obviously neither of them is aware of it, which also ties in with the early comics. In the film, Erik does a blink and you'll miss it DoubleTake when Peter mentions that his mom told him she knew a guy with similar powers. Their familial relation is confirmed in ''Film/XMenApocalypse''.
** According to Creator/JamesMcAvoy and Louise Mingenbach (the costume designer), we were supposed to infer that Charles was experimenting with all sorts of narcotics to escape his psychological anguish, but there is a limit to the amount of drug use that can be shown in a PG-13 movie. Knowing that he was frequently drugged out of his mind in addition to the alcoholism and serum addiction makes Xavier's HeroicBSOD that much more tragic. (Note that the administration of the serum, especially when Charles does it by himself, is presented exactly in the same manner as heroin users.)
6th Mar '18 8:18:14 AM luisedgarf
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* ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear'' has Hibiki and Miku, with their TwoGirlRomanticFriendship being played to the hilt across three seasons (moreso on Miku's part). During the 2016 Symphogear Live show, Creator/YukaIguchi (loudly) confirmed that she plays Miku as being in love with Hibiki. And according to Creator/AoiYuuki (Hibiki's seiyuu), the feeling is mutual.

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* ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear'' has Hibiki and Miku, with their TwoGirlRomanticFriendship being played to the hilt across three seasons (moreso on Miku's part). During the 2016 Symphogear Live show, Creator/YukaIguchi (loudly) confirmed that she plays Miku as being in love with Hibiki. And according to Creator/AoiYuuki (Hibiki's seiyuu), voice actress), the feeling is mutual.
22nd Feb '18 1:39:13 AM jormis29
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** How do you write the name of the Doctor's ship? There're a few ways, as it turns out; in the early days, it was given as Tardis or ''Tardis'', without the all-caps, and sometimes the definite article would be dropped, so you'd have "There is a violent explosion and ''Tardis'' stops dead." or similar. TARDIS was first used in the 1972 book "The Making of Doctor Who" by scriptwriters Malcolm Hulke and Creator/TerranceDicks, who went on to establish it as default in [[Literature/DoctorWhoNovelisations the Target novelisations]], and fandom picked it up and ran with it from there. These days, the old forms are primarily used by Magazine/RadioTimes (who use Tardis in their print edition, since in their house style acronyms are written with only an initial capital), intentional period pieces, or Cushing film-verse fics.

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** How do you write the name of the Doctor's ship? There're a few ways, as it turns out; in the early days, it was given as Tardis or ''Tardis'', without the all-caps, and sometimes the definite article would be dropped, so you'd have "There is a violent explosion and ''Tardis'' stops dead." or similar. TARDIS was first used in the 1972 book "The Making of Doctor Who" by scriptwriters Malcolm Hulke Creator/MalcolmHulke and Creator/TerranceDicks, who went on to establish it as default in [[Literature/DoctorWhoNovelisations the Target novelisations]], and fandom picked it up and ran with it from there. These days, the old forms are primarily used by Magazine/RadioTimes (who use Tardis in their print edition, since in their house style acronyms are written with only an initial capital), intentional period pieces, or Cushing film-verse fics.
20th Feb '18 2:13:48 AM BoredMe
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** For those who note that Doc Brown would have been a college student in the early 1940's and therefore too young, see Ted Hall.
28th Jan '18 4:18:46 PM DaibhidC
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** The very notion of the Doctor falling in love with anyone is hotly disputed among fans. Word of Saint Paul has not helped. Examples include David Tennant and others involved in the production of Series 2 confirming years after the fact that the storyline between Rose and the Tenth Doctor was a love story, and Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman stating outright that a romance existed between the Twelfth Doctor and Clara Oswald (with Coleman upping the ante at numerous convention appearances by affirming that during a sequence in "Mummy on the Orient Express" in which Clara apparently utters the phrase "I love you" to her boyfriend, Danny, she actually addressed it to the Doctor); confusingly for fans, Capaldi had also been quoted - sometimes within the same week - as saying the opposite regarding the relationship.
** This got to a point during the seventies to nineties where some of the TV series' writers were pushing, effectively, for a viewpoint saying the Doctor had ''never'' had sex, despite the existence of his granddaughter Susan (which they got around by saying she'd been adopted). This never got on screen, but it did find its way into the Expanded Universe (e.g. Marc Platt's Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures novel ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoNewAdventuresCatsCradleTimesCrucible Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible]]'', which fed into the rest of the line, or Eric Saward's short story "Birth of a Renegade").

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** The very notion of the Doctor falling in love with anyone is hotly disputed among fans. Word of Saint Paul has not helped. Examples include David Tennant and others involved in the production of Series 2 confirming years after the fact that the storyline between Rose and the Tenth Doctor was a love story, and Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman stating outright that a romance existed between the Twelfth Doctor and Clara Oswald (with Coleman upping the ante at numerous convention appearances by affirming that during a sequence in "Mummy on the Orient Express" in which Clara apparently utters the phrase "I love you" to her boyfriend, Danny, she actually addressed it to the Doctor); confusingly for fans, Capaldi had also been quoted - sometimes within the same week - as saying the opposite regarding the relationship. \n Nearly twenty years earlier, Creator/PaulMcGann referred to That Kiss from the TV Movie as "He's just had his first kiss in the playground, and he's not sure he liked it".
** This got to a point during the seventies to nineties where some of the TV series' writers were pushing, effectively, for a viewpoint saying the Doctor had ''never'' had sex, despite the existence of his granddaughter Susan (which they got around by saying she'd been adopted). This never got on screen, but it did find its way into the Expanded Universe (e.g. Marc Platt's Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures novel ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoNewAdventuresCatsCradleTimesCrucible Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible]]'', which fed into the rest of the line, or Eric Saward's short story "Birth of a Renegade").
8th Dec '17 6:45:43 AM BeerBaron
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* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'', the two main writers of in-game books of Ted Peterson (who was also lead designer of the first game and lead producer of the second) and Michael Kirkbride, sometimes post new lore on the forums. While not officially canonical (since most of it isn't in the games themselves), it is seen as such by some fans. A collection of the works can be [[http://www.imperial-library.info/obscure_text/ found here]].

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* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'', ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series has this in the two main writers form of in-game books of Ted Peterson (who was also lead designer "Obscure Texts", [[AllThereInTheManual supplementary items]] written by the series' [[WordOfGod developers]] and [[WordOfDante former developers]]. They're essentially [[LooseCanon treated as canonical]] by most of the first game and lead producer fanbase (or at least the equivalent of the second) and series' famous in-universe UnreliableCanon), but Bethesda has no official stance either way. Most prolific is former developer Michael Kirkbride, sometimes post new who still does some freelance work for the series. Most of what he writes about are the more obscure aspects of universe's cosmology which don't get expanded on in the games, as well as lore on figures the forums. While not games never touch upon or that Bethesda is simply finished with (like Vivec). However, since some of them either might be subsequently quoted or used as a [[{{Mythopoeia}} mythopoeic]] basis for the games, the line between WordOfGod and WordOfSaintPaul is blurred concerning his writings. As of ''[[Franchise/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', some of the concepts in his works have been officially canonical (since most referenced in game (the idea of it isn't in the games themselves), it is seen as such by "[[ViciousCycle kalpas]]," [[LongDeadBadass Ysgramor]] and his [[BadassArmy 500 companions]], and some fans.of the motivations of the [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Thalmor]]), moving them to CanonImmigrant status. A collection of the works can be [[http://www.imperial-library.info/obscure_text/ found here]].
5th Dec '17 9:38:00 PM ZSF
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* Creator/WilliamShakespeare existed before the notion of "Writer/Playwright as Celebrity" and as such we know very little about his own ideas of theatre and which were the definitive versions. The earlier extant edition, the First Folio, was published by actors who knew him and contains an introduction by Ben Jonson, a fellow great playwright and friend who affirms that Shakespeare knew little Latin and Greek and that the famous illustration on the chapbook is a good likeness. (This would have been fine if bootleg copies of Shakespeare's plays made by rival theater companies didn't exist and didn't contain variations to choose from.) Aside from that, virtually any subsequent inferences about his sexuality, personal relationships, lifestyle habits, or viewpoints have come from [[WordOfDante more recent scholars]] reading between the lines of his texts and the scant the documentary/archaeological evidence he left behind, rather than from the actual testimony of himself or his contemporaries. Even the date (April 23) typically celebrated as his birthday is only an educated guess based on baptismal records.

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* Creator/WilliamShakespeare existed before the notion of "Writer/Playwright as Celebrity" and as such we know very little about his own ideas of theatre and which were the definitive versions. The earlier extant edition, the First Folio, was published by actors who knew him and contains an introduction by Ben Jonson, a fellow great playwright and friend who affirms that Shakespeare knew little Latin and Greek and that the famous illustration on the chapbook is a good likeness. (This would have been fine if bootleg copies of Shakespeare's plays made by rival theater companies didn't exist and didn't contain variations to choose from.) Aside from that, virtually any subsequent inferences about his sexuality, personal relationships, lifestyle habits, or viewpoints have come from [[WordOfDante more recent scholars]] reading between the lines of his texts and the what scant the documentary/archaeological evidence he left behind, rather than from the actual testimony of himself him or his contemporaries. Even the date (April 23) typically celebrated as his birthday is only an educated guess based on baptismal records.
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