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New Batmobile

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You'd imagine the new Batmobile looking similar to the iconic Tumbler, but as you can see in the spy shots above, the new vehicle looks unlike any of its predecessors. Car and Driver wonders if "the vehicle is smaller because fresh bat Ben Affleck likes it that way, or due to new environmental regulations in Gotham City is a mystery." Click here to view the first image in this week's trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the world's longest usable golf club.

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Celebrity Doppelganger

Millard Fillmore is best known as the 13th President of the United States (1850-1853), the last Whig president, and the last president not to be affiliated with either the Democratic or Republican parties. However, Fillmore boasts a striking resemblance to actor, film producer and comedian Alec Baldwin, and the side-by-side image above shows why. Continue reading for more celebrity doppelgangers.

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Theater Phone

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Don't you hate when people start using their phones to text, or worse, answering calls during a movie in the theater? Well, this employee figured out a clever, yet simple, way to make them stop. The tactic involves using a low-powered laser pointer to shame the suspect. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational poster gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing what happens when you place a coin on a dry ice block.

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A real-life Batman has been spotted on the streets of Japan, and he's been dubbed "Chibatman", due to the Chiba prefecture sightings. The residents seem to know as much about Chibatman's real identity as your average Gothamite knows about Batman's, but that hasn't stopped them from making him an internet sensation. Unlike other real-life superheroes that loiter in Times Square, there have been no reports of "Chibatman" attempting to fight crime. On the other hand, unlike the real Batman, there have been several pictures and videos posted where he's seen waiting patiently (like any good citizen) in traffic. Continue reading for another video and more information.

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Movie Juxtaposition

Christopher Moloney, a Canadian photographer, brings movie magic to life in his latest series, FILMography, which is an ongoing project that blends scenes from movies with their real-life, present-day locations. He starts by printing out a monochrome still from the film and then proceeds to align it perfectly with the actual building, street, or or landmark behind it. This project "emphasizes the passage of time since the scene was filmed, but also calls attention to the astonishing fact that such ordinary places have been traversed by the likes of Anne Hathaway and Tom Hanks." Continue reading for more.

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Carbon Fiber Stormtrooper

Engineering technician Leonard Carson at San Diego Composites had always wanted a carbon fiber Stormtrooper suit to call his own. So, he convinced three of his co-workers to turn his idea into a reality. Since they already work for a composites company, sourcing the material needed wasn't hard at all. They built a total of 4 complete suits, all of which have not yet been put up for sale. Continue reading for more images Star Wars fans will appreciate.

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4D Batman Ride

Six Flags Fiesta Texas is set to get a 4D BATMAN: The Ride. More specifically, after riders are lifted straight up a 120-foot hill, they'll flip head-over-heels at least six times along the weightless, tumbling journey. There's also a few hills and unexpected drops along with an interactive ride experience, thrown in. For those who can't see the video, continue reading for an image of the track in its entirety and for more information.

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Elysium Exoskeleton

In Elysium, Matt Damon was equipped with an exoskeleton, a sort of automated body armor that augments his strength and speed, also helping him to move as his illness becomes ever-more debilitating. YouTube user "The Hacksmith" decided to create his own version, and while it may not be as powerful as Damon's, lifting 170-pound barbells has never been easier. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a vacuum cleaner that works so well you can eat off the ground after using it.

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Star Wars Episode VII Movie Poster

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Like many other Star Wars fans, deviantART-ist AndrewSSJ just couldn't wait for Walt Disney / Lucasfilm to release the official Episode VII posters. So, he took things into his own hands by creating these amazing designs, all of which would not look out of place at any movie theater. The release date might be the only thing slightly off, as it's set to hit theaters on December 18, 2015. Continue reading to see the others.

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It may not go back to the future when you hit 88 mph, or have a working Flux Capacitor, but this DeLorean DMC-12 EV is fully-electric. The 215 kilowatts electric motor propels the vehicle from 0-60mph in just 5-seconds, with a top speed of 125 mph, and a driving range of 100-miles. On the inside, you'll find plush leather seating, turn-by-turn GPS navigation and even an iPhone dock. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of

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