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 tremendous Thursday? Thor clashes with Hulk in an animated fan film, check out everything wrong with Kingsman: The Secret Service and Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg poke fun at sexist interview questions. But first, we have a Breaking Bad and Seinfeld mashup and an animated fan film that pits She Thor against Zombie Hulk. So, sit back, relax and check out all that today's Nerd Alert has to offer.

Zombie Hulk Vs. She Thor Animated Fan Film

Back in May, Marvel revealed that, in the comics, the new Thor will be Jane Foster, played in the movies by Natalie Portman. While it's still unclear how this will affect the movies, Miltonius Arts has put together a wonderful animated fan film that pits She Thor against a Zombie Hulk. The result is a glorious three minutes of footage that would surely please any MCU fan, and make us wonder what would actually happen if this battle took place in live action.

A Brilliant Mashup of Breaking Bad and Seinfeld

We've featured videos from David Elmaleh on Nerd Alert before, but this mashup artist has outdone himself this time with an incredible "alternate ending" for Seinfeld that includes scenes from Breaking Bad. Long before Bryan Cranston played drug kingpin Walter White, he portrayed dentist Tim Whatley on Seinfeld, and both roles are used to perfection in this hilarious video. Kudos, David Elmaleh.

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Everything Wrong With Kingsman: The Secret Service

20th Century Fox's adaptation of Mark Millar's Kingsman: The Secret Service comic book turned out to be an early box office hit, taking in over $400 million worldwide from an $81 million budget. However, no movie is without sin, and Cinema Sins has a 13-minute breakdown of everything wrong with this blockbuster. There aren't nearly as many "sins" in this movie than others we've featured in the past, but it's still an entertaining breakdown of the critically-acclaimed hit.

Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg Mock Sexist Interview Questions


While promoting their upcoming action-comedy American Ultra, Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg teamed up with Funny or Die to interview each other, where they both mock ridiculously sexist interview questions. If you've ever seen any celebrity interview, you've surely seen these questions asked before, and this brilliant takedown show what it's like to flip the script, so to speak.

Michael Keaton Takes On Blue's Clues in Cut Saturday Night Live Sketch

Over the summer, Saturday Night Live's YouTube channel has been posting sketches from the past season that weren't seen on air. This week, the show is featuring a hilarious Blue's Clues ripoff show featuring Toby (Michael Keaton), who hosts a children's show with the help of his talking chair (Beck Bennett), clock (Pete Davidson) and jukebox (Kyle Mooney) but things are not as innocent as they seem.

Ronda Rousey vs. Everything

If you're a fan of MMA, then you surely watched, or at least heard about, the seemingly unstoppable Ronda Rousey's 34-second victory over Bethe Correia last weekend. The hilarious people over at College Humor have taken the fighter's domination to a new level with a two-minute animated video that shows how "the laws of time simply do not apply to Ronda Rousey." The actress/fighter is seen watching all three Lord of the Rings movies in 28 seconds, apply for an international passport and much more.

The Opening Credits of Scooby-Doo Re-Imagined in Grand Theft Auto V

Over the past few months, we've showcased a number of enterprising Youtubers who have re-created movies and TV shows through the popular video game Grand Theft Auto V. Today we have yet another wonderful video from btz that shows what the opening credits scene in the animated classic Scooby-Doo would look like in the world of GTA V. Something tells me that Shaggy, Scooby and the rest of the Mystery Machine gang wouldn't last too long in this violent world, but it's entertaining nonetheless. We also have a side-by-side video where you can compare this GTA video to the actual Scooby-Doo opening credits.

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