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Yes, it seems McDonalds in China is celebrating the Angry Birds' movie release with a bunch of food inspired off the movie, like the 'Naughty Green Pork Burger' above which includes a pork patty, egg, lettuce, mysterious jalapeno-esque sauce, and those iconic green buns.

China's also gearing up for the Angry Red Burgers, which naturally feature flaming red buns.

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The teaser soundtrack...the episode titles...it's all too perfect. On a scale of 1-10 for how excited we are for season two, we're going with an 11.

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MentalFloss reports that this real-life Optimus Prime Transformer was created by a Turkish company named Letvision. This beast is dubbed Letrons, and you've gotta think that happened cause of some folks over at the Transformers franchise.

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For weeks the internet has been chattering about the Sci-Fi Netflix thriller "Stranger Things". If you've seen the show, you may have noticed the number of '70s and '80s references the show snuck in.

Here's a list of all the movies 'Stranger Things' paid homage to:
-The Goonies
-Alien
-E.T the Extra-Terrestrial
-Firestarter
-Poltergeist
-Close encounters of the Third King
-A Nightmare on Elm Street
-Explorers
-The Shining
-Stand by Me
-Carrie
-Commando

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.











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Can we all agree that Jonathan Nolan is the Christoper Nolan of TV? This show looks phenomenal. Cannot wait.

Via Tom F
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And here I foolishly thought that I couldn't get anxiously hyped for a movie that might've come out a solid, whopping 37 years ago. Damn, man. Well done to this guy.