Wonder is the theme of this week's Guardian Viral Video Chart and we start by wondering how many more films can be released in the phenomenally successful Superman series which returns with Man of Steel. We are also in awe of all things zombie – and the latest offering is the new Amazon's web series Zombieland.
Isn't it amazing that you can try to indoctrinate kids into appreciating a favourite sport - but sometimes they just don't get it! Take this little lad, given a prime seat for a top baseball game. He manages to get the match ball after a foul shot – and then throws it back again. Just look at the reaction from the rest of the family …
There's some wonder at the other end of the age spectrum when a grandmother is given an opportunity for a 3D adventure with the Oculus Rift. She simply can't believe her eyes and it's fun to share her joy. New Zealand politicians share the joy of same-sex marriage campaigners in this clip when they spontaneously break into song after the vote.
Singing also features in this history of popular music in four minutes - running from the 11th century to today. It's so clever that you will want to replay it as soon as its over. You also need a replay to appreciate our wingsuit cave flight stunt.
Finally, for all the teachers and school support staff among you, there are no apologies for our final clip. It's been around a little while but you are guaranteed a laugh if you listen to this school answering machine. We kid you not …
Guardian Viral Video Chart. Compiled by Unruly Media and tweaked into shape by Janette Owen
1. Zombieland tv series
2. Tigers-Athletics 4/14/2013: Kid throws foul ball back
Back to base-ics
3. My 90 year old grandmother tries the Oculus Rift
4. Marriage (Definition of Marriage) Amendment Bill - Third Reading - Part 20
5. Man of Steel - Official Trailer 3
6. Evolution of Music - Pentatonix
Going for a song
7. Unbelievable Wingsuit Cave Flight! Batman Cave, Alexander Polli
A hole in one
8. Cat and a vacuum cleaner
10. School answering service
Source: Viral Video Chart. Compiled from data gathered at 14:00 on 18 April 2013. The Viral Video Chart is currently based on a count of the embedded videos and links on approximately 2m blogs, as well as Facebook and Twitter.
This article originally appeared on guardian.co.uk