Viral Video Mega Round-Up: Harry Potter, Inception, The Abyss, Darth Vader, American Idol, and More!

Our Viral Video Round-Up featured is supersized today with everything from behind the scenes videos to American Idol appearances. Check out all the goodness after the break.

Unreality Mag has a list of “Five Awesome Long Take Scenes in Movies”, including the opening to Boogie Nights.

MPC’s VFX Supervisor Nicolas Aithadi has been nominated for both a BAFTA and Oscar for Harry Potter: The Deathly Hallows. The video below has him explaining the “Seven Potters” scene. [via io9]

Warner Brothers has released a special behind-the-scenes featurette for Inception after receiving eight Academy Award nominations.

Remember that Darth Vader Super Bowl commercial for Volkswagon? The car company has released a behind-the-scenes reel.

io9 has an exclusive video that is part of the DVD Back Into The Abyss, which is a behind-the-scenes look at the making of James Cameron’s underwater alien movie from FX legend Steve Johnson. The video features puppet versions of the aliens.

The New York Times got to take a tour of Pixar Animation Studios in California, just in time for the studio’s 25th anniversary. [via /Film]

If you are a fan of Mad TV, then you’ll love Alex Borstein reprising her role as Ms. Swan for this Black Swan parody.

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There are a lot of great lessons to be learned from movies, as the following videos showcases. [via Times News Feed]

Back to the Super Bowl, someone has posted a comparison video between the “Best Fans Ever” NFL commercial and the original television scenes they were taken from.

Apparently even Transformers have dreams of being pop stars, as seen in this clip from this week’s American Idol.

Ralph Gamelli mashed up the iconic Jim/Spock fight sequence from the original Star Trek with audio from old anger management videos. [via /Film]

The Black Keys debuted their music video for “Howlin’ for You”, but it’s actually more of a grindhouse trailer, featuring a bevy of cameos including Todd Bridges, Sean Patrick Flannery and Sean White. It stars Tricia Helfer of Battlestar Galactica.

That’s it for this round-up! Let us know if we should feature any other videos in the comments below!

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