Burning Movie & TV Questions Creators Actually Answered

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Hollywood loves a good mystery. The internet is absolutely jam-packed with questions and plot holes that left fans hanging, with no recourse but to endlessly debate them online.

But sometimes movie and show creators care so much about their work and their fans that they take the time to answer those burning questions, after the fact. Grateful fans are so satisfied that they step away from the internet. Just kidding; they find something else to argue about.

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