Can You Find All the Pop Culture Car References in This Picture?

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Calling all movie and car buffs: We have the ultimate test for you. Leasing Options put together this fun challenge, where the goal is to name the 24 vehicles from popular movies and TV shows that appear in the photo below. A mix of pop culture references are represented, including films from the '60s through the 2000s. Most of the cars are in plain sight, but one of them is partly obscured by a wall (hint, hint).

Try to guess both the name of the car—some are real, and some are fictional—as well as the movie or show it appeared in. If you get stuck, check to see if any surrounding objects might clue you in. For instance, the rug under that car toward the bottom of the picture really ties the room together.

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Do you give up? Some, as you probably realized, are pretty easy to spot. You can see the Ghostbusters Ecto-1 and the DeLorean from Back to the Future on the left-hand side. The flying car from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, the Batmobile, the General Lee from The Dukes of Hazzard, and the Spinner from Blade Runner are all there, too.

And did you get the rug reference? The 1973 Ford Gran Torino is from The Big Lebowski. Check out Leasing Options' website to test out your pop culture knowledge and reveal all of the answers.

The Office Star Ellie Kemper Wants to Do a Reunion Episode

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NBC - NBCUniversal Media

While rumors of The Office getting a reboot have been swirling around for years, the outlook on that happening any time soon doesn't look good. But a reunion episode might just be possible.

Ellie Kemper, who played Erin Hannon in the beloved series, recently stopped by Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen to dish about the sitcom and her thoughts on whether it might be making a return to the small screen: "I would love there to be a reboot, but I don't think there will be. So, that's a sad answer," Kemper admitted. "But maybe like a reunion episode? That would be fun."

E! News reports that Kemper isn’t the only cast member that wants to get the band back together. Jenna Fischer, who played Pam Beesly, also thinks a reunion episode would be a hit. “I think it's a great idea," Fischer said in 2018. "I would be honored to come back in any way that I'm able to.”

A key player in the series' success, however, is not so enthusiastic about the idea. Steve Carell, who played the infamous Michael Scott, doesn’t think a revival would be well-received. "The climate's different," Carell told Esquire back in 2018. "I mean, the whole idea of that character, Michael Scott, so much of it was predicated on inappropriate behavior. I mean, he's certainly not a model boss. A lot of what is depicted on that show is completely wrong-minded. That's the point, you know? But I just don't know how that would fly now.”

LEGO Brought a Life-Sized Iron Man Statue to Comic-Con

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Marvel Studios

*Warning: This story includes spoilers for Avengers: Endgame.*

San Diego Comic-Con is now in full swing with exclusive panels, sneak peek footage, collectors’ items, and epic installations of fan-favorite movies, comics, and characters. But this year, it's LEGO that's stealing the show with its life-size Iron Man statue.

The mind-blowing structure stands 6.5 feet tall, weighs 188 pounds, and consists of 35,119 bricks. It took LEGO Master Builders 225 hours to design and build the beloved superhero, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The statue couldn’t come at a more perfect time. With the death of Tony Stark (played by Robert Downey Jr.) in Avengers: Endgame, fans have been nostalgic for Iron Man, clamoring for any reminder of the iconic character’s journey.

If you are one of the lucky fans at Comic-Con this year, be sure to check out the larger-than-life LEGO statue. If you can’t attend, you can always re-watch Avengers: Endgame to get your Tony Stark fix. The film will be available for digital download on July 30, but you can preorder it now.