Morning Watch: Actual Beatles Songs in Movies Mashup, Real-Life Supervillain Challenge and Awesome Stop-Motion Music Video

Morning Watch: Actual Beatles Songs in Movies Mashup, Real-Life Supervillain Challenge and Awesome Stop-Motion Music Video

May 09, 2012

The television show Mad Men recently paid $250,000 to use an actual Beatles recording in one of its episodes, joining a rare club of TV shows and movies that have gone the extra mile to use an real Beatles song versus a less expensive cover or alternate version. Check out a mashup of movies that have used actual Beatles recordings below. [via Vulture]

We told you about the one-sided rivalry between real-life superhero Phoenix Jones and the supervillain Rex Velvet, but after Velvet made a video challenging Jones, he heard no response. Thus, Rex Velvet is back again with another video aimed at calling out Jones. It's pretty silly, but we just like the production value on these Rex Velvet videos. Instead of playing around with Phoenix Jones, maybe he should think about doing his own thing and launch a comic book or webseries. [via TDW]

Finally, check out this brilliant stop-motion music video from Delta Heavy, which pays homage to a bunch of our favorite childhook board games. [via Buzzfeed]

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In the movie Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, what is the name of the character played by Bella Thorne

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