Credit:, DC Comics

While The Avengers and Justice League won’t share a screen unless their studios, Disney and Warner Bros., come up with some kind of agreement, a fan-made video has already made this a reality.

The Live Action Trailers YouTube page released the “Avengers vs. Justice League: The Worlds Collide” mash-up, which takes advantage of the recent trend of versus movies by pitting the Marvel and DC Comics teams against each other. Kyle Franzak used DC’s multiverse concept introduced in The Flash to explain how the likes of Superman, Batman, Iron Man, and Captain America can all share the same space.

Cutting together footage from various TV shows and films, the video sees Wonder Woman vs. Hulk, Hulk vs. Superman, Superman vs. War Machine, and so on.

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In the real world of Hollywood, fans have already seen face-offs between Batman and Superman (in Dawn of Justice), and Daredevil and Punisher (in Marvel’s Netflix series), and they will see Captain America vs. Iron Man this summer (in Civil War). The Justice League, meanwhile, hasn’t even officially formed but will do so in Zack Snyder’s Justice League: Part One, coming Nov. 17, 2017.

This post has been updated with the original video by Kyle Franzak for Live Action Trailers.

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