Musk has influenced or been referenced in numerous pop culture media. In 2010, Musk had a cameo in Iron Man 2, alongside Robert Downey Jr, where he gives a brief line to Tony Stark regarding an “electric jet”. Musk’s persona greatly helped helped Downey Jr to get into character and give his best performance. In the year 2011, a documentary featuring Elon Musk over a time period of 3 years (2007-2010) was shot. It depicts the early years of Tesla Motors and the hardships it experienced while building the Tesla Roadsters. Musk also had a minor role in the 2013 film Machete Kills. In January 2015, Musk made a brief appearance in one of The Simpsons episode, where he played himself. Funnily, the episode was titled ‘The Musk who Fell To Earth’. In November 2015, Musk made an appearance in the popular series Big Bang Theory and further in their spin-off prequel ‘Young Sheldon’. Musk was also featured in the 2015 environmental documentary called ‘Racing Extinction’, where Tesla Model S was designed to project images of endangered species onto public buildings, the Empire State building and Vatican. In the same year, Musk appeared in The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, where the host remarked on Elon being a super villain and comparing him to Lex Luthor. Musk also appeared in a documentary titled ‘Lo and Behold’ directed by the German film-maker Werner Herzog. Musk voiced himself in several episodes of South Park. In February 2019, upon several requests by PewDiePie fans, Musk co-hosted YouTuber PewDiePie’s show ‘Meme Review’. On May 8th 2021, Musk hosted the 907th episode of SNL, with singer Miley Cyrus.