We have all heard of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the Detective Comics Extended Universe. But apparently we now also have a Netflix Holiday Cinematic Universe, or as Twitter has renamed it – the Netflix Christmas Cinematic Universe.
Vanessa Hudgens and Netflix have teamed up quite a few times to give the audiences some adorably romantic Christmas movies. From The Knight Before Christmas to of course, The Princess Switch, she has been involved in a couple of these movies. And now obviously we also have the sequel – The Princess Switch: Switched Again.
But this Netflix Christmas Cinematic Universe has come forth because of a merger between two series – The Princess Switch starring Hudgens and A Christmas Prince, starring Rose McIver. You know, the zombie doctor who takes a job in the morgue to eat dead brains from The CWs iZombie?
So the couple from A Christmas Prince – Prince Richard and by now his wife – Amber, make a cameo on the Princess Switch: Switched again. But the problem is that in the first movie – The Princess Switch, the characters of Margaret and Kevin are seen watching A Christmas Prince on Netflix. Clearly, we have a Netflix Movie Universe paradox going on.
Someone Explain, Please!
in The Princess Switch, Margaret and Kevin are clearly seen watching A Christmas Prince. AND YET in The Princess Switch 2: Switched Again, Amber and Richard attend Margaret’s coronation, complicating the fabric of the NCCU (Netflix Christmas Cinematic Universe). In this essay—
— Auriane Desombre (@aurianedesombre) November 21, 2020
Which is exactly what this Twitter user has questions about! How? How are we explaining this?
I Do What I Want
Netflix said it's my universe I do whatever a want
— Brenda 🎄🎅 (@brendathaynara) November 21, 2020
So another Twitter user just answers in their own “I don’t care, I’m Netflix” way!
Jingle All The Way
Okay, let me jingle one las time…
INTO THE CHRISTMAS VERSE
— Charlie Ashby (@CMWAshby) November 24, 2020
Here is another user, getting excited about having this Christmas verse!
You Say What Now?
We got a Christmas Prince cinematic universe now???? pic.twitter.com/qbMApCD748
— grendels fun gay uncle (@ghostinncorner) November 24, 2020
Although, this other user doesn’t seem as happy about the idea as you’d think!
Broke, Woke & Bespoke
broke: dceu (detective comics extended universe)
woke: mcu (marvel cinematic universe)
bespoke: tpscu (The Princess Switch cinematic universe)
— bib me a cheggnog (@GoodMemeCameb) November 14, 2019
Some went broke, some are kinda woke, and the others are apparently bespoke!
This? Not this! No! This!
Trying to figure out all of the connections and plot holes in the Netflix Christmas Cinematic Universe between A Christmas Prince, Princess Switch, and Knight Before Christmas. pic.twitter.com/3MvZd7uWAX
— Ashley Banks (@byashleybanks) November 24, 2020
This user seems to have some issues trying to figure out all the plotlines and character connections in the – you guessed it right, Netflix Christmas Cinematic Universe!
Does the mcu have 4 different versions of Vanessa Hudgens…I think not
— Sarah 🌹 (@sarahjean913) November 24, 2020
Some comparisons between the MCU and the NCCU. Of course!
Some More Of It!
My male roommate when the couple from The Christmas Prince had a cameo at the end of The Princess Switch 2: “Oh I love this. It’s like The Avengers.”
— BRIT (@beejaybeeee) November 23, 2020
And some more comparisons! I mean, it was inevitable!
The Only Thing That Matters!
The Netflix Holiday Cinematic Universe is the only thing I care about anymore
— heckin logan (@itsjustlogann) November 22, 2020
Another Twitter user sharing with the world the only thing they care about – the Netflix Christmas Cinematic Universe.
Low Key, We Get It
The Netflix Christmas Movie Cinematic Universe is the only fandom I belong to
— mazel tev (@teva_rae) November 24, 2020
And the other one! We kinda low key understand.
I’ve Got The Power!
The Netflix Christmas cinematic universe is more powerful than the MCU
— Sarah 🌹 (@sarahjean913) November 24, 2020
Who is more powerful? The Netflix Christmas Cinematic Universe of course!
Princess Iron Man
Oh my god Vanessa Hudgens is the Robert Downey Jr. of the Netflix Christmas Cinematic Universe
— Ica de Leon ✊🏽 (@deleonicaa) November 21, 2020
Who would have thought the girl from High School Musical would be the next Robert Downey Jr.? Not us! Really! But apparently this Twitter user thinks so!
Fight! Come on Fight!
You should know that at the end of Netflix’s “The Princess Switch 2” we briefly see Amber and Prince Christmas from Netflix’s “A Christmas Prince”.
This means there is a Netflix Christmas Cinematic Universe and I can’t wait for them all to team up to fight their evil cousins
— Casey (@Citizen_Case) December 2, 2020
This user can’t wait for a team up to fight some evil cousins. Somehow, neither can we!
How Dare They?!?
How DARE Netflix have the royal couple from A Christmas Prince make a cameo in The Princess Switch 2 when the Vanessa Hudgens character in Princess Switch 1 WATCHED A CHRISTMAS PRINCE ON NETFLIX!!!!
— Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) November 24, 2020
Here is Dana Schwartz asking the real question – How dare you, Netflix? How did you dare? I mean really, explain it to us. Someone. Please!
Let’s Break This Down!
Like many of you, I spent hours trying to figure out how Amber and Richard could appear in The Princess Switch: Switched Again without creating a Netflix Holiday Movie Universe paradox.
So let’s break this down…https://t.co/IUwXbgpvQG
— Netflix (@netflix) November 24, 2020
And finally, here is Netflix giving us their own two cents in this matter. But still not a proper explanation guys!