The Daily Heat Index: Watch Lego Captain America Take On a Horde of Nazi Zombies

Plus, Harrison Ford talks Star Wars, and we watch a nightmare-inducing BBC series. 

Here’s a daily dose of what’s heating up the internet: 

Captain America v. Nazi Zombies

Start your Monday off with the best battle we’ve seen in a long time. In the newest live-action Lego adaptation to hit the web, Marvel’s Captain America goes toe-to-toe with an army of Red Skull Nazi zombies. The five minute spectacle features an explosive and bloody battle with plenty of our favorite superheroes, all while putting a Call of Duty twist on the blockbuster films. The petition to get this thrown into Phase 3 needs to start ASAP.

No Nostalgia for Han Solo

Apparently, Harrison Ford isn’t the biggest fan of nostalgia. In fact, he wasn’t even sentimental about returning to the big screen as Han Solo and reuniting with his Star Wars costars Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill for the first time in over 30 years. “I don’t think nostalgia is very useful to me. There is a story to be told, there’s behavior to create or to bring to the screen that will help tell that story, and nostalgia is just not really a big part of my emotional package anyway.” Ford said in a BBC interview. Stone cold, but it obviously works.

Scary Squids

The Hunt on BBC is absolute nightmare fodeder. On episode 6, the show features a bizarre species of octopus that can actually thrive and survive out of the water. Lock your doors, people.

The Hunt: Amazing Walking Octopus

Thought all octopuses lived underwater? Think again.Watch Episode 6 of #TheHunt on BBC iPlayer:

Posted by BBC One on Sunday, December 6, 2015