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With a $1.1 billion global box office and a certified-platinum soundtrack, Disney‘s Frozen is more that a blockbuster — it’s a pop-culture phenomenon. However, the folks at How It Should Have Ended found the animated film lacked a certain … something. Namely, an appearance by X-Men.
After all, where better than Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters for Elsa to learn more about her powers — and, of course, organize the joint faculty-student chorus?
In the latest installment of How It Should Have Ended’s “Super Cafe,” coffee-drinking chums Superman and Batman turn their attention to Warner Bros.’ recently announced Man of Steel sequel, which will probably be called either Superman vs. Batman or Batman vs. Superman.
Of course, Man of Steel: The Punch From Space That Exploded Batman’s Internal Organs would work just fine, too.
Like the recently did with Iron Man 3, the folks at How It Should Have Ended turn their attention to another big summer superhero movie — Man of Steel. Just like their alternate ending to IM3, this one ends with an appearance by a certain Caped Crusader … but he isn’t the only guest star this one features.
Check it out below.
The folks at How It Should Have Ended this week turn their repulsor rays on Marvel’s Iron Man 3, to typically funny — and spoiler-filled — results that pick at some of the frayed threads of the hit film’s plot. Oh, and there’s also a comparison between one of the movie’s story elements and that of Pixar’s The Incredibles that you may not have thought of but now probably won’t be able to forget.
And if that’s not enough, there are a handful of cameos, as you can see from the image above.
Stan Lee, who knows a thing or two about storytelling, has teamed with the animators at How It Should Have Ended to right a handful of cinematic wrongs, primarily by inserting himself into pivotal moments of films ranging from Star Wars: A New Hope to Inception to Batman Begins.
“Now that I’ve done so many unforgettable cameos, I have become an expert at all kinds of movies,” the 90-year-old creator says in the video posted on his YouTube channel. “One thing, though, that bothers me: So many of the endings of famous movies are wrong.”
But Lee isn’t content to merely alter some memorable scenes; he also imagines himself changing the course of history by ensuring three blockbusters were never made.