Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find When Harry Met Sally in real life; Jimmy Fallon tests out some new technology that allows Billy Crystal and Jimmy to speak for each other; a fan made Interstellar trailer; and John Doe investigates the rumor that Stanley Kubrick helped NASA fake the moon landing in 1969. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!
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Celebrity Whispers: George Clooney, Ben Affleck, Mel Gibson
Jimmy’s celebrity correspondent, Peggy Hess, delivers what the stars whisper to each other on the red carpet.
Lip Flip with Billy Crystal
Jimmy tests out some new technology that allows Billy and Jimmy to speak for each other.
Stanley Kubrick Moon Landing Conspiracy
John Doe investigates the rumor that Stanley Kubrick helped NASA fake the moon landing in 1969.
When Harry Met Sally In Real Life – Movies In Real Life (Ep 7)
For our latest mission we recreated the famous fake orgasm scene from When Harry Met Sally with actors dressed as Harry and Sally and 20 additional couples in Katz’s Deli. When Sally’s fake orgasm began, 20 additional women (on dates with 20 men) joined in one by one, creating an over-the-top surprise for the Katz’s employees and patrons. This was staged without the knowledge of the restaurant, though thankfully they all seemed to love it.
Fan-Made Interstellar Trailer
Katniss Everdeen Kills Everything [SPOILERS]
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire hits theaters November 22nd and Jennifer Lawrence has been practicing her bow skills…
Zelda A Link to the Past – Overworld Theme Acapella
An original a-cappella arrangement of the Light World overworld song from ALTTP.
Weirdest Things In Google Street View
Bizarro Man of Steel
Bizarro Man of Steel, because…why not?
Thanks to SR reader Marc Maraya for sharing!
That’s all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.