Nicole Wakelin

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Baymax from Big Hero 6 is inflatable, so he kinda makes sense as a bed. He’s about 7.5-feet from head to toe and is custom made when you place your order. He can be spread out flat on the ground or you can use those great big arms to give yourself a hug when you need a little cheering up.

See Also: Snuggle Up In These Giant Minion And Totoro Convertible Beds

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This life-size Tomislav gun from Team Fortress 2 was built by YouTuber ZaziNobmies out of roughly 2,500 separate bricks. The finished product weighs 10 pounds and is about 42 inches long.

Take a closer look in the video after the break.

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If you’re a movie lover, this video will make you cringe. World Wide Interweb has collected some of the worst special effects ever including gems from Deep Blue Sea, The Mummy Returns, RoboCop, and even Star Wars for the CGI Jabba that never should have seen the light of day.

But it gets worse. Way worse.

Check out the video after the break.

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According to Global News, Guillermo del Toro has confirmed that Pacific Rim 2 will start shooting this November in Toronto, Canada. Filming will be at Pinewood Toronto Studios under the working title Maelstrom. This is pretty exciting news for everyone anxious to see the jaegers back in action.

Unfortunately, we’re going to have to be patient for a while longer.

When Guillermo Del Toro first announced Pacific Rim 2, the release date was slated for an April 17, 2017 but that date has since been pushed back to August 4th 2017.

(Uproxx via The Mary Sue)

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YouTuber Toscano Bricks has upheld the time honored tradition of recreating movie trailers in Lego. This time, it’s Ant-Man and he went all out with it.

Check it out after the break.

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Illustrator Josh Lynch has turned Marvel superheroes into dogs. There are pugs, golden retrievers, greyhounds, and more all dressed up and ready to save the world and/or poop in your yard.

See more examples after the break.

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Mocchi Hajikura has recreated Castle in the Sky one block at a time in Minecraft. It’s mind-bogglingly massive. No wonder it took four years to complete.

You can see the first and second videos in what will eventually be a five-part series after the break. Each week he plans to release another video in the series so he can show off every bit of his creation. Four years is a heck of a commitment and it looks like he didn’t miss a thing.

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You don’t have to wait for science to catch up with Back to the Future. You can build your own hoverboard thanks to Dustin McLean of DIY Prop Shop. Okay, it doesn’t fly but it looks just like the one Marty rode in the movies. It’s also a cheap build that you can complete for around $30.

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They might seem like slightly spastic forest dwellers, but these chipmunks are trained Jedi Knights. VidGeo added special effects to these little animals and suddenly it’s a whole new forest.

Jedi Chimpmunk to the rescue! If you’re the kind of Star Wars fan who enjoys anything and everything to do with a galaxy far, far away, this epic chipmunk lightsaber battle might be right up your alley. We assume one squirrel is a Jedi and the other has clearly gone to the dark side. Watch out for those chipmunks, especially when they have lightsabers.

It’s better than the original and definitely much cuter.

See the original clip and the chipmunk version after the break.

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Mark Hamill is hoping he’ll get the chance to voice the Joker in the upcoming animated version of The Killing Joke produced by Bruce Timm. The actor confirmed in a recent tweet that he’d like to take on the role, mirroring statements he made shortly after “retiring” from voicing the character back in 2011. Hamill has previously voiced Joker in Batman: The Animated Series and has returned to the character for video games and other films.

See the tweet after the break along with his initial tweets about the role from 2011.

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