Netflix reportedly wants you to choose the endings to your favorite shows

By Angeli Kakade, Buzz60

If you've seen Netflix's hit show 'House of Cards' you know Claire and the hot book writer flee the White House in search of the greater meaning of life and end up in India together and happy.

That's actually not what happened at all, but what if you wanted a happy ever after ending for America's fictional first lady?

Netflix may make that a possibility!

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15. "Monsters, Inc." (2001) $423.4 million (adjusted for ticket price inflation)

$289.9 million - unadjusted

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14. "Toy Story 3" (2010) $447.8 million (adjusted)

$415 million - unadjusted

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13. "Aladdin" (1992) $449.9 million (adjusted)

$217.3 million - unadjusted

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12. "Lady and the Tramp" (1955) $478.2 million (adjusted)

$93.6 million - unadjusted

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11. "Cinderella" (1950) $517.3 million (adjusted)

$93.1 million - unadjusted

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10. "Finding Nemo" (2003) $528.4 million (adjusted)

$380.8 million - unadjusted

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9. "Bambi" (1942) $546.6 million (adjusted)

$102.2 million - unadjusted

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8. "Pinocchio" (1940) $578.3 million (adjusted)

$84.2 million - unadjusted

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7. "Shrek 2" (2004) $609.6 million (adjusted)

$441.2 million - unadjusted

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6. "Sleeping Beauty" (1959) $623.5 million (adjusted)

$51.6 million - unadjusted

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5. "The Jungle Book" (1967) $632.1 million (adjusted)

$141.8 million - unadjusted

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4. "Fantasia" (1941) $712.5 million (adjusted)

$76.4 million - unadjusted

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3. "The Lion King" (1994) $764.8 million (adjusted)

$422.7 million - unadjusted

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2. "101 Dalmatians" (1961) $857.2 million (adjusted)

$144.8 million - unadjusted

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1. "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" (1937) $935.2 million (adjusted)

$184.9 million - unadjusted

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The Daily Mail reports a source close to the company said Netflix is working on a technology that allows branch narratives to be controlled from your remote control.

For example, you can make sure Barb is found alive in Stranger Things.

Viewers would be able to choose how their favorite shows end and the interactive technology might be coming sooner than we think.

CEO Reed Hastings has previously hinted alternative endings saying, "once you have got interactivity you can try anything."

The streaming giant is reportedly running a choose your own adventure test starting with children shows before moving on to shows for adults.

This new concept would require a lot more from writers and actors who would need to film extra scenes for our continuous viewing pleasure.

It would also make all the 'did you see what happened on Walking Dead last night' conversations so much more interesting!

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