You should see my actor allusion parody below. By the way, when a wizard quoted the intent of Magneto's character, as someone who is also familiar with Harry Potter, that sounds like a wizard who was in the Slytherin house because of his hatred towards "normal" humans.
I'm not entirely sure what to fave this under. So, I decided to fave this under Disney vs. Warner Brothers since the only thing not related to Disney/Marvel or Warner Brothers/DC is Star Trek and even that is licensed by Paramount which I guess shares rights with Disney regarding the Avengers saga.
So, let's see if you can decode the following:
Picard was travelling the stars the other day and decided to go exploring as his predecessor, Kirk, usually did. Meanwhile, he wanted to visit the planet of Middle Earth for a while which was a typical fantasy world. There, he wanted to find a device or some sort of hidden galactic map that can take him to the LucasArts galaxy which he KNOWS must be on Middle Earth somewhere. So, he drops by on the planet and says hello to his old former arch nemesis and friend, Gandalf the Grey, which he knew had the power of magnetism.
As he approached Gandalf, Gandalf was like, "What are you doing here, Picard?"
"Treasure hunting," Picard replied. "I wonder if you could help me."
"Are you looking for LucasArts? I hadn't heard of that galaxy in a long time!"
"Where is it?"
"Well, let's just say that there was this old friend that betrayed me just as I betrayed you. Come with me and I can show you what he left behind that might interest you."
Along the way, Gandalf asked Picard, "So, I heard about Narnia before. I know it's not far from here. Can you tell me the story while on my way?" Picard then looked through his files. He then found a book called Narnia: The Last Battle and read it to Gandalf.
As they approached the sight, they found a certain artifact at the base of the old Isengard tower where Saruman used to be at. Picard picked up the artifacts and looked at them. He said to Gandalf, "Thanks my friend. This should help me on the treasure hunt."
Apparently, Picard discovered something new about Saruman when he arrived at LucasArts: that he was great at swordplay and that he actually lived in LucasArts. Not only that, but he, um, trained Aslan as a Jedi? According to silly rumors? Also according to silly rumors, Aslan trained another famous lion, Mufasa, as a Jedi, or at least was supposed to before he was killed and his apprentice had to take the job.
(EDIT! Forgot to mention Aslan's relationship with the Joker but that would be relatively sac-religious of portraying a Christ figure as a leader of a conspiracy group.)
Didn't the Joker back at Picard's own home had a some messed up father/son relationship with Mufasa at LucasArts?
Finally, Picard got to meet a ghost, his good old buddy, Nick Fury with the purple lightsaber.
By the way, LucasArts is the name I for some reason gave to the Star Wars galaxy because it's my opinion that Star Wars belongs in the gaming industry.
If you are to make fun of actors, you should be able to understand what I am talking about.