Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find the guy who has never seen or heard of anything; 19 nerdy knits you need to knit right now; Obama and Liam Neeson send a message to Vladimir Putin; and a metal version of Let It Go. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!
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Batman and Joker – Bad Days – Season 3 Premiere
Batman’s life is pretty much nothing but bad days, thanks in no small part Joker.
Portlandia – I Missed Hip Hop
Carrie teaches Fred about the history of Hip Hop.
Happy (WE ARE FROM TATOOINE)
Tunisian Star Wars fan club creates a video of Star Wars fans set to Pharrell’s Happy.
Austin’s Mondo Gallery has partnered with Oh My Disney for a new art exhibit titled Nothing’s Impossible, which pays tribute to classic Disney and Pixar films with wonderful and jaw-dropping artwork. Head over to BuzzFeed for the full gallery.
Girl is Lena Dunham’s unique take on the life of Eve, a struggling twenty-something in the Garden of Eden.
Obama and Liam Neeson Send a Message to Vladimir Putin
President Obama discusses how the United States plans to deal with the crisis in Ukraine. He calls in a special guest to deliver a personal message to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Let It Go (from Frozen) Meets Metal
Top 10 TV Shows That Jumped the Shark
Don’t you just hate it when your favorite shows get really, really lame? Join WatchMojo.com as they count down their picks for the top 10 shows that jumped the shark.
The Guy Who Has Never Seen or Heard of Anything
Ever met someone who’s terrible at conversation? Someone who’s never seen or heard of anything? This guy’s the worst, but what he lacks in common knowledge he makes up for in unibrow.
Mario Kart In Real Life
At SXSW 2014, a go-kart track was retrofitted to become Mario Kart Reimagined, a racing experience that tries to translate the classic video game into reality. But turning the joyful abandon of plunging down the Rainbow Road into a real-world experience is harder than it seems.
Game Theory: Wii U is the New Virtual Boy
The Virtual Boy has gone down in video game history as one of the worst systems of all time. This tremendous flop has been a dark mark in Nintendo’s history, and yet, history has just repeated itself. The Wii U has made all the mistakes of the Virtual Boy. Had Nintendo remembered its own history, its current financial troubles could have been avoided.
31 Random Movie Facts You Need To Know
Become a movie trivia master in just two minutes.
That’s all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.