Tales of parallel universes may no longer be the stuff of science fiction. A parallel universe has been discovered, according to research conducted by the NASA space agency. It has something to do with particles from a universe that was generated at the same moment as the Big Bang, but travelled backwards in time. Forbes, on the other hand, presents it in a more sobering light.
Some films in science fiction and some other genres have long used the concept of parallel universes. It is possible that NASA’s discovery is nothing more than a work of fiction. Enjoy these fantastic movies about parallel universes while they’re still in the realm of fantasy!
1. The One – Parallel universe Jet Lis
As a villain, Jet Li is responsible for traveling to all of the parallel realms in order to assassinate his own duplicate selves. Like Highlander, he gains power through elimination, but he must go to alternate realities in order to do it. Jet Li’s final outing will not be without a fight, however. Jet Li fights himself at the end of the movie!
2. Cool World – An animated parallel universe
Cool World was meant to be a kid’s game. Why Was Roger Rabbit a Victim? Animated figures known as doodles inhabit a parallel universe. Comic book artist Jack Deebs (Gabriel Byrne) has turned it into a best seller, but his heroine Holli Would (Kim Basinger) is the one who entices him to join her. However, she’s only using him to enter our reality. Because it can’t get as dark as it wants, this film is a jumble of plot and tone. Even yet, there’s the germ of an intriguing notion there. Jessica Rabbit’s seductiveness was undeniable. What if it weren’t a Disney film? As a human cop tasked with keeping order in the Cool World, Brad Pitt is a perfect fit.
3. Stargate – A parallel universe influences our history
Col. Jack O’Neill (Kurt Russell) guides a team of scientists led by Dr. Daniel Jackson (James Spader) via a portal discovered in Egypt. They find themselves in an Egyptian universe that has influenced our own past. Even though Ra (Jaye Davidson), the malevolent monarch of the other end of the stargate, still lords it over, there is hope.
4. Coraline – Manufacturing two universes
Henry Selick, the director of The Nightmare Before Christmas, used stop motion animation to bring Neil Gaiman’s novel to life. All eyes are stitched shut in the parallel universe Coraline (voiced by Dakota Fanning) discovers. It’s possible that this new version of her parents may be preferable, but she’s not convinced just yet.
5. Another Earth – The Sundance version of parallel universes
The Sundance Film Festival gave its world premiere to the microbudget film Another Earth. Instead, it centered on the human drama triggered by the revelation of a parallel reality. People are perplexed when they notice Earth in the distance and wonder what the other self are up to. A big-budget sequel like Another Another Earth, where they can actually visit the second one, is possible.
6. Sliding Doors – Parallel choices
Only two alternative possibilities are explored in this Gwyneth Paltrow classic. If she makes it to the train station in time, she’ll witness her boyfriend having an affair. Missing up on the opportunity would save her from discovering that her partner has been unfaithful. Despite what the audience thinks, Sliding Doors’ alternative universes will surprise you.
7. Doctor Strange – Marvel’s take on parallel universes
The superpower of this Marvel hero permits him to travel between realities. If you need a speedy getaway or a spectacular fight scene, those universes can help you out. It also gave him visions of a different possible future in which the Avengers may defeat Thanos and reclaim half of the universe’s population. His journey in The Multiverse of Madness promises to be an exciting one.
8. Coherence – Parallel universes just like ours
Like Another Earth, this is a low-budget independent film that goes deep into parallel universes. Quantum decoherence caused by a passing comet leads the cosmos to be divided in two. They begin to suspect that some of the guests are from other universes as the dinner party comes to terms with it. It’s a mind-bender, for sure.
9. Monsters, Inc. – Parallel universes for kids
Parallel universes can be found in Pixar’s masterpiece. Every child in our cosmos has a monster world hidden behind their closed doors. From Toy Story to Monsters Inc., Pixar’s early films focused on the hidden worlds that lie within our own.
10. Mr. Nobody – Exponential parallel universes
If you’ve ever had a choice to make, you’ve made both of them, according to this film. As a result, there is a universe in which you have made all of the choices. It’s philosophical and deep. It’s easy to get a sense of just how many parallel universes the picture comprises when it covers everything from childhood to old age.
11. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – It’s in the title
It’s a joy to watch the animated Spider-Man film. There are a lot of Spider-men and women when Kingpin (Liev Schreiber) opens up the multiverse. However, there is a real message about the possibilities of your own life if you make alternative choices, for better or worse, through characters like Spider-Ham and Spider-Man Noir (Nicolas Cage and John Mulaney, respectively).