The How It Should Have Ended guys have gotten their hands on Guardians of the Galaxy to the delight of everyone, including director James Gunn, who wrote: "Haha! I love these. Having a 'How It Should Have Ended' is better than winning an Oscar." Doesn't this mean they should direct GotG2? Or at least the last bit?
LEGO Batman was always pretty secure in the fact that he was much cooler and darker than everyone else in The LEGO Movie, especially Emmet. But when Emmet turns into another character played by Chris Pratt—Guardians of the Galaxy's Star-Lord—Batman finally feels a twinge of jealousy.
In their first stop-motion animation, the folks from How It Should Have Ended pretty much nailed the LEGO Movie. Unless the LEGO versions of superheroes don't have the same abilities, Superman and many of the other powerful characters should have made short work of Lord Business and his drones. Also, Batman should…
The folks at How It Should Have Ended are pros at cooking up better, hilarious endings to blockbuster films, and Stan Lee has a tendency to show up in every Marvel movie. So what happens when the two team up to insert Stan Lee in non-Marvel movies? Let's just say there would be fewer Star Wars films in the world—and…
Batman's always marched to the beat of his own drum, but as Superman points out, it might be time for him to trade in his home grown bat-gear for something a little more off-the-shelf.
The latest "How It Should Have Ended" web video is out, and this time it's focusing in on District 9. Can this possibly top their video assault on Lord Of The Rings' plot hole?
Finally, a parody of The Social Network that's actually about The Social Network. It's funny! And as is so often the case in life, the highlights mostly come from Justin Timberlake.