'Vs.' movies and TV shows will remain forever popular as long as there are iconic characters to fight each other. And Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will probably be the biggest 'Vs.' movie ever released in theaters. But you know what might be an even bigger blockbuster? Ash Vs. Batman Vs. Superman! That's the idea Ash Vs. Evil Dead star Bruce Campbell has. And he's even made a cool poster for his pitch. He states this on his personal Twitter.

"Guys, need any help?"
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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will be in theaters later tonight. And from the sounds of all the critics crying about it, the biggest 'Vs.' movie to ever be released sure could use some help from good ol' Ashley Williams. Ash Vs. Evil Dead was on the opposite receiving end of the critical spectrum, with many loving the Starz show. But that's the small screen, and a considerably lesser property. So it didn't have as much riding on its plate. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is meant to set up the DCEU, two Justice League movies, and a number of spinoffs.

This isn't the first time Bruce Campbell has suggested an Ash crossover with a popular franchise. Last year, he proposed an idea for Ash Vs.The Walking Dead, and even came up with a script. Of course, the pilot was only a page and a half long. Ashley Williams quickly dispenses of the offending walkers, telling Rick Grimes to go back to sleep. It was a joke, of course, but the thought was pretty tantalizing. We're sure we'll never see Bruce Campbell on The Walking Dead. The best we can hope for is something like his Ronald Reagan cameo in Fargo Season 2.

'Vs.' movies are actually few and far between. While there have been some direct to DVD oddities like Gingerdead Man Vs. Evil Bong, the biggest 'Vs.' movie to come along before Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was Freddy vs. Jason. Bruce Campbell was actually supposed to star in a follow-up called Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash. While that never happened, the idea did get turned into a six-issue comic book miniseries which proved to be quite popular. While we daydream about what other kinds of movies Ash might find himself in, take a look at Bruce Campbell's tweet. Ash Vs. Evil Dead Season 2 has already been announced and will launch all-new episodes this Halloween!