Watchmen: This Theory About Will Will Change How You Watch the Show
The following video contains SPOILERS for HBO’s Watchmen.
The second episode of the Watchmen TV series, introduced us to Will, the elderly character played by Louis Gossett Jr., who claims to have killed the chief of the Tulsa Police Department. But Will is very old — 105, he says — and confined to a wheelchair. How did he do it? Did he really do it? And what’s he been doing since the scenes we see of him as a boy, escaping from the Tulsa race riots in the 1921.
The new video by ScreenCrush’s Ryan Arey puts forward a very interesting theory about Will and his past that will change the way you look at Watchmen moving forward. Could Will have a connection to the rest of the superheroes of the past? Could he be one of those superheroes? This video lays out a compelling case that he might...
If you liked this video on the end of Watchmen episode 2 and our theory about Will’s secret identity, check out some more of our videos below, including our collection of the coolest Easter eggs from episode 1 of Watchmen, a list of the coolest DC Comics movies that were never made, and all the Easter eggs in Justice League. Plus, there’s tons more over at ScreenCrush’s YouTube channel. Be sure to subscribe to catch all our future episodes. Watchmen airs every Sunday night at 9PM on HBO.
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