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Grumpy Cat's internet fairy tale has entered yet another exciting chapter with the latest announcement of a Garfield-like family comedy film centered around the dour-faced cat. According to Deadline, the film will be produced by Todd Garner of Broken Road Productions, who has previously worked on dozens of films like XXX, The Sorcerer's Apparentice and Jack and Jill, and more importantly, Tardar Sauce will be given a speaking role, in similar vein to Hollywood's live action adaptations of Garfield. What are your thoughts? Will you go see the Grumpy Cat movie?

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Meet Ozzy, a Vancouver cat who took a crossbow shot to the neck last week -- and promptly became the Internet's newest meme.

(And not to worry: Several days and $1,000 worth of vet services later, he's all good.)

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Where do memes come from? This video combines some of the most popular film and television clips that have influenced the internet's sense of humor.

Not Safe For Work -- strong language.

[clipnation]

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It's the video for "Somebody That I Used To Know," re-enacted by the most famous memes on the Internets.

Next up, "Call Me Maybe" and "We Are Young."

[biotv]

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Blake Boston, aka "Scumbag Steve," is a case study in embracing unexpected Internet fame. Boston has managed to parlay his notoriety as a meme into a popular Tumblr, and now he's resurrecting his long-dormant hip-hop ambitions with a track about (what else?) Scumbag Steve.

His future plans include releasing a new track every Thursday on his just-launched website, ScumbagThursdays.

Knowing Scumbag Steve, though, he probably won't drop a new song until the 1st of the month (which is also when he plans to hit you back for the 20 bucks you loaned him).

Steve fans can also catch the 'bag himself at this weekend's ROFLCon at MIT.

[gawker.]

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