Welcome to this week’s round-up of the most watched videos on the internet. A man with a rather peculiar talent rounds off this week’s selection. And by peculiar I mean, very weird.

Tom London

London, 25, a close-up magician from the UK left the judges speechless with his cell phone trick on "America's Got Talent." His trick, which awed the audience, involved traveling to famous landmarks (displayed on cell phones) chosen by the judges and recording a video clip of each of the four locations.

The judges - Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Mel B, Howie Mandel and Chris Hardwick (guest judge) - were surely impressed by London's technological magic.

Unfortunately, it was not enough to save London, who is also a member of The Magic Circle - a UK-based organization dedicated to promoting and advancing the art of magic - as he has been eliminated from the show.

'Dude Perfect'

The boys are back with another mind-blowing trick shot video. The video, which features Rick Smith Jr. – a professional magician from Cleveland, Ohio – shows the magician slicing an olive, tracing the body of one of the guys, breaking bottles and popping balloons, all by throwing cards. Watch Smith’s jaw-dropping tricks in the video below.

'Doctor Who'

Since Peter Capaldi announced his departure from the show, this year’s Christmas Day being his last episode, "Doctor Who" fans have been impatiently waiting for BBC to reveal who the next Doctor is going to be.

Their wait finally came to an end on Sunday when BBC published a one-minute video showing who the thirteenth Doctor is going to be. Peter Capaldi believes the new Doctor will make a fantastic Time Lord. Your new Doctor is none other than…Find out in the video below!

Doctor Who Christmas special is set to air on 25 December.

Movie trailer of the week

Directed by Guillermo del Toro, "The Shape of Water" is a fantasy romance film about Elisa (Sally Hawkings) - a mute janitor who works in a high-security government laboratory - whose life is changed forever when she and her colleague Zelda (Octavia Spencer) discover an otherworldly creature hidden in the laboratory.

The film, which is set during the Cold War era, also stars Richard Jenkins (as Giles), Michael Shannon (as Strickland), Doug Jones and Michael Stuhlbarg.

The Shape of Water is set to be released on 8 December 2017 in the U.S. and on 16 February 2018 in the UK.

Viral video of the week

Kazuhisa Uekusa, a Japanese comedian has taken the internet by storm with a series of bizarre video clips which have been viewed by millions of people and shared thousands of times on several social networks. Apparently, Uekusa's videos were only uploaded to the internet after he got rejected by a comedy TV show and he did not want his gags to go to waste.

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