How It Should Have Ended has released its latest take on Jason Statham's shark-hunting adventures from last year's The Meg, with a special cameo from a famous Bat-weapon in pop culture.
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Clocking in at just under three minutes, the clip runs through the various ways Statham's team could have and should have killed the shark. This includes using the explosive charges Rainn Wilson's villainous Jack Morris held back, as well as opting to present evidence to bring in the Chinese navy, whose aquatic borders were terrorized by the underwater menace. Sadly, once these methods were deployed, Statham's services as the spear-shooting, shark-harpooning Jonas Taylor weren't required anymore.
The kicker, however, comes at the end of the clip, where we see the movie's funniest sequence of the Meg approaching a dog in the water as if to eat it. In the film, the pooch survived, but we never found out how. Well, the video playfully reveals how they think this occurred, as we see Batman's hand spraying his iconic shark repellent on the dog, warding its predator off.
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Director Jon Turteltaub’s The Meg stars Jason Statham, Li Bingbing, Masi Oka, Cliff Curtis, Page Kennedy, Ruby Rose, Winston Chao, and Rainn Wilson. It is currently available on digital HD, Blu-ray and DVD.