50 nerds of grey continues the legacy of 50 shades of grey jokes.
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Did you think there was no other mileage to be had from poking fun of 50 Shades of Grey? You might want to reconsider that opinion.

Seven months after the movie's release and a full four years after the book made many steamy, the new Twitter account 50 Nerds of Grey has a new twist on the well-ridden bandwagon.

As the name suggests, it takes nerd culture and finds the f*tish funny within it.

It's even better because the account uses the picture of Moss from The IT Crowd, so it's only natural to read these tweets in his high, English accent.

J.K. Rowling corrects how you've been saying Voldemort.
Via: USA Today
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Someday, we should probably have an intervention with J.K. Rowling over how much time she spends on Twitter. There are other things she could be doing than engaging with the Harry Potter hordes. Today isn't that day.

Today is the day in which she corrects our mispronunciation of He Who Must Not Be Named.

Since 'mort' (with a silent 'T') is the French word for 'death', that's probably why it's supposed to be pronounced that. But who knows. I'm sure Rowling will go into greater Twitter detail in the coming weeks and months.

Everyone probably started calling him 'You Know Who' because no one could pronounce his damn name.

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Netflix's Daredevil Season 2 is getting closer and closer. Sometime early 2016, after the first season of Jessica Jones, the blind hero from Hell's Kitchen will return to your binge watching line-up. This time he'll be bringing The Punisher, a revenge driven anti-hero, who will play antagonist to Matt Murdock through much of the series.

Judging by this tweet from actor Jon Bernthal, he already gets who The Punisher is at heart.

The hashtag #NewHarryPotterBooks trended last night, and left a lot of people hopeful, bewildered, confused and then very, very angry.

It was all part of an @Midnight hashtag game meant to come up with humorous (fake) Harry Potter books.

But Harry Potter fans didn't take it as a joke. And they let everyone feel their anger.

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geek memes sdcc 2015 most talked about twitter
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Twitter analyzed which film panels from San Diego Comic Con were most tweeted about over the weekend, and the results may surprise you:

  1. Mockingjay Part 2 (@TheHungerGames)
  2. Batman vs. Superman (@BatmanvSuperman)
  3. Star Wars (@starwars)
  4. Suicide Squad
  5. Justice League

Where on earth is Deadpool? And Come on Star Wars nerds, where were you all weekend? You even had your own special emoji! 

The top five most talked about celebrities are less surprising given Supernatural's cult following of a fandom:

  1. Jennifer Lawrence
  2. Jared Padalecki (@jarpad)
  3. Jensen Ackles (@JensenAckles)
  4. Misha Collins (@mishacollins)
  5. Dylan Sprayberry (@DSprayberry)

Supernatural didn't take the crown for most talked about TV show, though; that honor went to Once Upon a Time:

  1. Once Upon a Time (@OnceABC)
  2. Arrow (@CW_Arrow)
  3. Supernatural (@cw_spn)
  4. Teen Wolf (@MTVteenwolf)
  5. The Vampire Diaries (@cwtvd)

Comic Con sure has come a long way from the comic book and superhero focused gathering it once was. Which film featured at SDCC are you most excited to see?

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