And the battle rages on. We brought you Joss Whedon‘s attack on Mike Birbiglia and Ira Glass‘ little indie film Sleepwalk With Me, but the duo aren’t playing nice as they’ve now countered with a video of their own. Using some number-crunching they’ve figured out the exact process to beat Whedon’s blockbuster The Avengers. Stationed at Glass’ This American Life offices the video runs through the possible scenarios in which this could occur. If they used Tim & Eric’s trusty Taquter, they might come to some realizations, but nonetheless check out the fun below and read our Sundance review of the film that you should all be rushing out to see, superhero-style.
Sleepwalk with Me starts rolling out on August 24th, where it just has about $1.5 billion (and a dollar) to go before making its goal.
Do you think they can pull of their goal?
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