Wednesday video round-up: Chris Colfer, Bill Murray, Neal Stephenson, Manny Pacquaio and Stephen Colbert

Posted By Kate Stanton,  |  June 13, 2012 at 10:37 AM
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Actor, comedian and professional party crasher Bill Murray runs around the tarp during a rain delay at a minor league baseball game in Charleston, South Carolina. According to Yahoo Sports, Murray is part owner of the Charleston Riverdogs.

MTV made "The Lost Hunger Games’ Tributes Speak," a three-minute video starring Chris Colfer, Elizabeth Banks, Questlove, Robin Thick, Chloe Moretz, Amber Rose, "Jersey Shore’s" Vinny and breakout “New Girl” actor Max Greenfield as “lost” members of “The Hunger Games” cast.

"I played Questlove from the Philadelphia district," says The Roots’ Questlove. "The house DJ for the cornucopia."

Science fiction writer Neal Stephenson is soliciting Kickstarter donations for a sword-fighter video game project called “CLANG,” a so-called “Guitar Hero, with swords.” He has raised more than $239,000 so far.

The boxing world is currently in fisticuffs over Manny Pacquiao’s controversial loss to Timothy Bradley. In this stop-motion video from the Philippines, Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather star in the fight that could have been.

"You are not special," Massachusetts English teacher David McCullough Jr. tells graduating high school seniors.

Sweden's decision to hand over its official Twitter handle to a rotating lineup of Swedish citizens hit a nerve Tuesday when curator Sonja asked, "Whats the fuzz with jews." Stephen Colbert has now started "Operation Artificial Swedener," in an attempt to become the next official @sweden curator.

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