Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find Orange is the New Black with cute kittens; 12 surprising facts about Finding Nemo; George R.R. Martin vs. The Nerds; Breaking Bad‘s RJ Mitte (Walt Jr.) pays tribute to his television dad, Walter White; and a Mega Man Mega Buster gun replica. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!
To kick things off today, WhatCulture has 10 Movie Jacks You Need In A Crisis.
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Game of Thrones Meets Seinfeld – Episode #5
Orange is the New Black (Cute Kitten Parody)
Petflix presents – Orange is the New Black with cute kittens. Piper Catman was caught smuggling international drugs and now she’s forced to live a domestic cat life along side Crazy Eyes, Red and Alex.
George R.R. Martin vs. The Nerds
George R.R. Martin should look into grocery delivery.
Happy Father’s Day, Walter White! [feat. RJ Mitte] (Dads Of Our Lives)
In celebration of Father’s Day coming up this Sunday, Breaking Bad‘s RJ Mitte (Walt Jr.) pays tribute to his television dad, Walter White.
Spoilers for Breaking Bad.
12 Surprising Facts About Finding Nemo
Celebrate summer with Pixar Summer Movies to Go and a preview of “12 Surprising Facts About Finding Nemo” on Disney Movies Anywhere!
Mega Man Mega Buster Gun Replica from ThinkGeek
“Tight Pants” with Jimmy Fallon & Jennifer Lopez
One town isn’t big enough for two people with tight pants.
Patton Oswalt in THE FAMILY FEUD – Superego
Sunday night’s Tony Awards featured one of the strangest rap performances of all time. At least LL didn’t yell at everyone about hashtags.
Abbie Cornish navigates a post-apocalyptic hellscape patrolled by an unstoppable corporate-media juggernaut bent on world domination. Coming soon.
Batman and Superman Team Up
Bad Movie Review: A Million Ways To Die In The West
Artist Derek Keenan constructed this incredibly radical Star Wars Imperial AT-AT completely out of used skateboards. I’d love to own this thing, unfortunately it would cost me $1,980. I don’t want it that bad! It’s part of an art show being put on by Santa Cruz Skateboards and Vans to promote the new Star Wars gear they’ll be selling. You can check out more details for that at The Black Book Gallery.
That’s all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.
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