Ok, I'm not sure if I'm the only one, but has anybody else thought about AlicexHatter? I saw the film and to be honest I didn't like the ending. So here's my version.

I don't own Alice in Wonderland 2010. If I did I wouldn't be writing on fanfiction about it, duh!

The Hatter looked at Alice. She held the Jabawockey's blood in the little flask that the the White Queen had given her. He looked at it in a mixture of interest and fear.

He knew that the blood would make Alice go back to where she came from, the place she called home. The real world. Personally he didn't understand why she found it so great. According to her, animals didn't talk, nor did flowers. It seemed as if everything was rather... dull.

He felt an unusual tightening sensation in his stomach. He couldn't let her go... he just couldn't.

"Will this take me home?" Alice asked the White Queen. She nodded, smiling.

"It will take you where ever you want to go." she answered, her voice ringing clear through the air. All was silent, and Alice looked at the flask once more.

"I want to go home." she said simply. These very words made The Hatter tremble. No, she couldn't leave...

Alice went around, saying her goodbyes to everybody. Time seemed to pass slowly for him. He observed her, taking in her appearance, never wanting to forget one single detail. He felt a lump in his throat. Finally, she came to him.

"Thank you, Hatter." she said with grateful eyes, "For everything." He gave her a sad smile, trying to hold himself together. It took as much effort as he could to say that one word.

"Stay." he told her. She returned the same sad smile.

"What a wonderful, crazy idea." she said. He knew there was a but. "But I can't. I have to go home."

"This is your home." he told her. He couldn't bare to see her go. It just wasn't right. She looked at him with sorrowful eyes.

"I know it is. And perhaps I'll return... one day." Alice said. The Hatter shook his head. He felt something strange inside him. He knew what it was. But how could he tell her? Alice unscrewed the lid of the flask and raised it to her lips. It was now or never.

"Alice, you can't go!" he exclaimed, eyes pleading, "You just can't. You're meant to be here."

"How can you know that?" Alice asked, lowering the flask and looking at him in confusion. Everybody was. So everybody saw when he leaned forward and gently kissed her. Alice was taken by surprise. Did the Hatter really feel this way about her?

She couldn't deny that she liked him either. Since the last trip he had definately become more mature, but of course, he was still the same person. The same old Hatter who spoke nonsense and in riddles.

Alice realized all this at once. Of course she loved him. He had done everything for her, sacrificed his own life even. She kissed him back knowing inside her once and for all that this was real. The Hatter... Wonderland... everything. After a while, they stopped. Slowly pulling away, they looked at each other. The Hatter looked at her with pleading eyes.

"Please, Alice." he begged, "I love you, and I want you to stay." he asked again, holding her hand. Alice smiled.

"Only if you tell me one thing." she requested, "Why exactly is a raven like a writing desk?" The Hatter smiled as he pulled her into a hug, laughing.

"Haven't the slightest." he replied.

If there was one thing Alice knew for sure then, it was this; she was home.

Hope you liked it! I know it was short, I apologize. That's just how it should have ended in my opinion. I've had that idea in my head for ages.