Viral Video Round Up: Angry Birds in Star Trek, The Dark Knight, Black Swan, More Oscars, Rick Roll, Anonymous On Colbert, and More!

The Internet is full of videos related to movies, whether they be fan made, studio made, or somewhere inbetween. We regularly bring you the best, most interesting, or just plain weirdest, and today we do it again. Check out the latest viral videos after the break.

In the episode “The Game” of Star Trek: The Next Generation, an addictive game sweeps across the Enterprise, eventually revealing to be part of a plot to incapacitate the crew. This video imagines if the game was replaced by Angry Birds, which would probably have the same affect. [via TrekMovie]

The folks at “How It Should Have Ended” have put up two new videos. First, they finally show how The Dark Knight should have ended, then they recap the Best Picture nominees.

What’s sad is that I wouldn’t be surprised if this really happened. Tom Cruise + SuperHeroes+ ‘Retards’ = “I Am Number Sam”. [via /Film]

Want to be crazy inside and out? Then try Estee Lauder’s new Black Swan makeup.


Comedy duo Rue Brutalia do a skit that gives us a “Where are they now?” for the bullies from The Neverending Story. [via io9]

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YouTuber TheTrailerCREATor has made several mash-up fan trailers, and their latest mixes the audio from the real X-Men: First Class trailer with footage from all the previous X-Men movies. [via GeekTyrant]

SlateV has a cool video that highlights “Oscar’s Finest Moments”, and presents it in an award show fashion.

Speaking of the Oscars, Ellen and Neil Patrick Harris reenact all ten Academy Award Best Picture Nominees in about 3 minutes.

What would it look like if the comic Archie was made into a modern film? Watch the fan made trailer for “Riverdale”. [via /Film]

Mike Relm is back with a Scott Pilgrim remix.

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Marketing and media agency NURV has found a way to bring all your favorite Internet video sensations together for one movie, titled The Chronicles of Rick Roll. Check out the teaser below. [via Mashable]

Rooster Teeth created this funny parody that mashes up Inception with a television show that I don’t want to spoil.

Last, but not least, The Colbert Report recently featured a segment about the connection between Internet mob Anonymous and WikiLeaks. During the segment, the Anonymous mask covers host Stephen Colbert’s face for one frame. Why? We don’t know, but of course the Internetz caught it.

That’s it for this segment of Viral Video Round Up. If you have a viral video for us, leave a comment below!

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