No, this is not a late April Fools' joke. It's real. Some may recognize this as the feathered tyrannosauroid figured back in 2010 in a paper on the ontogeny of Similicaudipteryx. It was described as being "large", and it is. How big was Yutyrannus? About the same size as freaking Gigantoraptor. Or, for even better perspective, the size of Albertosaurus and Gorgosaurus, dwarfing any other known theropod from its environment!
There we go. A large theropod, and a possible tyrannosauroid to boot. Confirmed to have had feathers. More than worth the wait. And remember this? (Probably not; I only had a handful of watchers back then.)
I post most dinosaur news here after the end of each month, but, you see, while the Microraptor feather colors study almost made me do this, this discovery actually made me do it. Several times.