Link Tank: LEGO Unveils 1,800+ Piece Back to the Future DeLorean Time Machine

LEGO is traveling through time, The Batman is streaming soon, Barry season 3 is almost here, and more in Link Tank!

LEGO Back to the Future

MARTY! LEGO has just unveiled a beautiful model of the iconic DeLorean time machine from Back to the Future (all three versions, too)!

“Inspiring fans to fire up their brick building engines, the LEGO Group and Universal Brand Development have revealed a brand new three-in-one reproduction of one of the most iconic vehicles of all time – the Back to the Future DeLorean Time Machine. Inspired by the DeLorean car seen in the time-traveling adventure film franchise from Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment, the LEGO Back to the Future Time Machine set allows builders to create the car from either the first, second, or third film.”

Read more at Brickset

Even though The Batman is still crushing it in theaters, you won’t have to wait long to see the film streaming on HBO Max.

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“Thanks to an apparent technical glitch, Riddler-level intel has dropped that we can expect to see the The Batman at home in late April. Deadline reported (and screen-capped) the dates before they were removed from the HBO website, and the trade says its news that the DC hit will arrive Tuesday, April 19 on HBO Max, and Saturday, April 23 on HBO service providers is ‘legit.'”

Read more at Gizmodo

Fans have been dangling from the cliffhanger Barry set up during its season 2 finale in May 2019, and we’re finally about to get answers.

“The Bill Hader series Barry returns next month for another season of acting classes and contract kills. And it’s about time. After two spellbinding seasons that featured some of the strangest, funniest, and most violent comedy on television, Barry left viewers on a cliff we’ve been hanging from since May 2019. So with our fingers chafed and our bodies dangling like we’re Sylvester Stallone on the poster for, what else, Cliffhanger, Barry’s third season premieres on April 24. But, unfortunately, based on the new teaser released by HBO earlier today, it doesn’t look like Hader is hoisting us up onto stable ground.”

Read more at the A.V. Club

Do you have your own Netflix account, or are you using your old roommate’s friend’s aunt’s account? Well, the streaming service might soon be cracking down on that.

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“After recently raising prices yet again, Netflix is continuing its parade of unpopular ideas by testing out limitations on password-sharing. The streaming platform says that over the next few weeks, in a few test markets (Chile, Costa Rica, and Peru, for now), users will be given the option to add ‘sub accounts’ for up to two people outside of their household. Yes, not only is Netflix making you stop sharing your password with friends, but it’s making you choose which friends can remain, for a reduced price.”

Read more at The Mary Sue

We’re not even three full months into 2022, but the plethora of video games already released this calendar year have been spectacular.

“It’s no exaggeration to say that, in terms of video games, 2022 is off to a banner start. The first three months of the year have been flush with the sort of marquee releases that tend to clog the holiday season, when year-end shopping sprees and awards shows are on everyone’s minds. It’s not even April and we already have close to a dozen games that easily qualify as some of the best of 2022.”

Read more at Kotaku

Before Nick Cage stars in a movie about himself, check out some of these other gems from the actor’s eccentric filmography.

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“Few actors use their instruments as intensely as Nicolas Cage. From his earliest onscreen appearances in films like 1983’s Valley Girl and 1987’s Moonstruck, Cage has been an uninhibited presence in cinema. Sometimes his choices are irreverent, as in 1997’s Face/Off and his manic Castor Troy. Others, like 1995’s Leaving Las Vegas, have earned him critical acclaim (and even a Best Actor Oscar for Leaving Las Vegas).”

Read more at Mental Floss