With the summer movie season winding down to a close the wrestlers of the WWE decided to parody some of this year's biggest blockbusters with a set of posters. Take a look at Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman in "How to Train Your Beast 2" (How to Train Your Dragon 2), Daniel Bryan in "Y: Days of Future Yes" (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins in "Nemeses" (Neighbors), Stephanie McMahon in "Management" (Maleficent) and Stardust, Dave Bautista, A.J. Lee, Great Khali and El Torito in Guardians of the WWE Universe (Guardians of the Galaxy), complete with their own fake plot descriptions.

WWE How to Train Your Dragon 2 Parody Poster
"In this 3D animated family film, a Viking named Heyman the Verbose must somehow control a fire-breathing beast known as Brock Lesnar in preparation for SummerSlam - an annual festival in the mysterious land of Los Angeles. Can The Beast Incarnate bring honor to his homeland by defeating the charismatic and cunning John Cena?"

WWE X-Men: Days of Future Past Parody Poster
"In an apocalyptic world now ruled by the tyrannical Authority, a bearded and sagely Daniel Bryan must venture back in time to the year 2010, where he join forces with his younger (and clean-shaven) self and a group of unlikely allies known as The Nexus to stop The Authority before its rise to power. Can Bryan secure the future of the "Yes!" Movement?"

WWE Neighbors Parody Poster
"What happens when an unstable basket case (Dean Ambrose) moves next door to his moneyed mortal enemy (Seth Rollins)? See hijinks ensue as these polar opposites and former friends tear their homes apart in a series of wildly barbaric encounters involving steel chairs, wooden tables and even cinder blocks! There goes the neighborhood!"

WWE Maleficent Parody Poster
"You think you know all there is to know about Stephanie McMahon, but you don't know the full story. Watch as the fairytale origins of one of WWE's most iconic villains are reimagined and told from the perspective of The Billionaire Baroness herself. Is she truly as evil as the stories would have us believe?"

WWE Guardians of the Galaxy Parody Poster
"Get "Hooked on a Feeling" with this hilarious space opera starring an intergalactic adventurer (Stardust) and his ragtag group of allies as they protect the cosmos from evil. The legendary Stardust joins a steel-willed warrior (AJ Lee), a tattooed powerhouse (Batista) and the unusual duo of Ballistic Bull and Kroot (El Torito and The Great Khali) as they put aside their differences for the good of the WWE Universe. Be sure to stay through the credits!"

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