Welcome to today's edition of Nerd Alert, where we have all the quirky, nerdy news that you crave in one convenient spot. What do we have in store for you on this wacky Wednesday? Find out how to make your own flux capacitor from Back to The Future, The Big Lebowski gets a Donald Trump mashup and one couple's wedding dance has a Star Wars theme. But wait, that's not all! We also have an honest trailer for Jurassic World and The Walking Dead gets mashed up with Friends! Sit back, relax and check out all that today's Nerd Alert has to offer.

Jurassic World Honest Trailer

After taking in a whopping $1.6 billion in theaters worldwide, Jurassic World gets taken down a peg or two with a new Honest Trailer from the Screen Junkies crew. This hilarious video pokes fun at the immense product placement throughout Jurassic World, how Bryce Dallas Howard's Claire Dearing can't shut up about "assets" and how Chris Pratt's Owen Grady can't shut up about animals. They also tear apart the new dinosaur Indominus Rex, which has DNA from several different dinosaurs in this video that will make you look at Jurassic World in a whole new light.

Every James Bond Kill Ever

With the latest James Bond adventure Spectre hitting theaters next month, Auralnauts has put together a supercut of every single kill in the entire franchise, from Dr. No to Skyfall. They even have a handy breakdown of how these kills were committed throughout franchise history, and if you have 38 minutes to kill, this video is well worth checking out.

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10 Funniest Death Scenes In Movies

Screen Rant has put together a wonderful compilation of the 10 funniest death scenes in movie history. Movies such as the original A Nightmare on Elm Street, Zoolander, Deep Blue Sea and Zombieland make the cut of these hilarious movie deaths that are worth revisiting.

The Walking Dead Meets Friends

AMC's The Walking Dead opening credits scene helps get viewers in the zombie apocalypse mindset every week, with a dreary theme by beloved composer Bear McCreary. The Woodcreek Faction has taken it upon themselves to cut together a new opening theme, which uses the Friends theme song "I'll Be There For You" by The Rembrandts. While it's hard to find too many sitcom style moments in The Walking Dead, it's still a hilarious video that fans of both The Walking Dead and Friends will appreciate.

DIY Flux Capacitor From Back to The Future

Dustin from DIY Prop Shop is back with a new video that shows you how to make your very own flux capacitor from Back to the Future. We've been seeing a lot from Back to The Future lately, with all three movies heading back to theaters next week to celebrate the 30th Anniversary, along with a new Blu-ray and DVD set. If you plan on hosting some sort of a Back to The Future theme party, or if you have an extra DeLorean lying around, this prop will be the perfect addition.

Big Lebowski's Walter Sobchack Silences Donald Trump *NSFW

You can't go online or watch a late-night talk show these days without hearing about Donald Trump, who is even set to host Saturday Night Live next month as he continues his Presidential campaign trail. For those who have had enough of "the Donald," the brilliant folks at Salon have cut together footage from the Republican candidate's speeches and TV appearances, along with several of John Goodman's "Shut the f--k up Donnie" lines from The Big Lebowski. As the folks at MasterCard would say, this video is priceless.

Legend of Zelda Symphony Performs on Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Stephen Colbert has never shied away from his love of video games on The Colbert Report, and that hasn't changed since he has taken over on CBS' Late Show with Stephen Colbert. During last night's episode, the late night host brought on The Legend of Zelda Symphony of the Godesses to perform music from the entire video game series, including The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, which debuts on Nintendo 3DS on October 23. If you have ever found yourself immersed in the world of Hyrule, this video should be right up your alley.

Married Couple's First Dance Becomes a Star Wars Lightsaber Duel

It's a tradition that every "first dance" at a wedding belongs to the bride and groom, but one couple took things to a geeky new level. Youtuber Joeyblondewolf2 has posted a video that features herself and her new husband, whose first dance at their wedding turned into a wonderful Star Wars lightsaber duel. The Force is certainly strong with this young couple.

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