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‘Rick and Morty’ Take on ‘Ex Machina’ In Amazing Claymation Short

“Rick and Morty The Non-Canonical Adventures” adapts horror films and sci-fi classics.

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Rick and Morty” is back and this time in clay form. With Season 3 of the animated series expected to return soon, Adult Swim has shared series of claymation shorts, titled “Rick and Morty: The Non-Canonical Adventures,” starring the characters of the show.

Created by Lee Hardcastle, the films last around between 16 to 30 seconds and feature Rick and Morty in scenes from horror and sci-fi films. In one clip, the duo take on the “Ex Machina” dance scene and shows Morty’s crush Jessica as the robot, with Rick as Oscar Isaac’s character and Morty as Domhnall Gleeson’s Caleb.

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Rick and Morty are also seen in a claymation parody of “The Thing” scene when the family is tied up and sitting in the living room. In this clip Rick tests petri dishes of everyone’s contaminated blood. There is also a parody of “The Fly” and a video of Morty being shrunk and eaten by Rick in an adaptation of “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.” Check them out below. 

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