Viral Video Round Up: Nick Fury, The Tumbler, Netflix, Chewbacca, Steve Carell, Andy Samberg as Robin, 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.

S.H.I.E.L.D. super-spy Nick Fury looks in the most unlikely of places for Avengers recruits in the new short from College Humor.

YouTuber subaruwrxfan has exclusive video of the original, tan tumbler making a return at the Pittsburgh Dark Knight Rises filming. Apparently, he needs to repaint these suckers after what happened to the tumbler in the Dark Knight.

Speaking of Dark Knight Rises, The NextMediaAnimation group has just released their ode to the new Batman trailer. Is it just me or is that Andy Samberg as Robin?

FunnyOrDie just teamed up with actor Jason Alexander to raise awareness of the Netflix Relief Fund.

Harrison Ford confronts an old, bitter co-star in this Jon Favreau-directed Jimmy Kimmel Live opening.

The very hilarious guys over at Team Tiger Awesome just released a new video on titled, “Why Captain America Is Wrong About The Whole Giving Up Thing”.

Here is another viral video from the new movie, Rise of the Planet of the Apes. This one documents a machete-wielding ape.


Vimeo member lnrdshelby edited together this brief history of CG characters, starting with the 1933 King Kong and bringing us all the way up to 2009’s Avatar.

TMZ needs to obtain a copy of Steve Carell’s contract ASAP. (via FunnyOrDie)

YouTuber Smosh shows what it’d be like if Cloverfield, E.T., and other popular movies were real.

ENSO Productions and Gotham City FX team up to bring you this caped crusader fan film titled, Batman: The Last Laugh. While it’s unrelated to the Dark Knight films, it’s still a really cool watch.

Vulture presents this musical mash-up of all the spells from the Harry Potter film franchise.

Clarissa really did explain it all. Her brother even went as far as to predict Cowboys & Aliens almost 20-years before it’s release.

ShayCarl and director Sam Macaroni band together to bring you the most epic of epic fights.

It’s that time again. Pick up your garbage and get out of here. My parent’s will be home any minute.

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