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One thing you will not get when watching an Action Bronson music video: Stereotypical rap video stuff. What you can count on is plenty of hilarity and creativity, which he again delivered with the release of “Easy Rider.” The first single from his upcoming album Mr. Wonderful, the Party Supplies-produced track takes its name from the 1969 film starring Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper and Jack Nicholson. The Tom Gould-directed visuals also borrow from the movie, as they find Bronsalino taking drugs and hitting the open road on his motorcycle. There’s also an epic scene at the end of the video where Bronson stands atop a mountain and jams out on an electric guitar. So, yeah. Mr. Wonderful is scheduled to drop later this year.
Watch them practice formations, engage in mock dogfights and even fire a missile. Filmed by Polish Air Force pilots from 22nd Tactical Air Base – Malbork, the following video shows Mig-29 Fulcrums from a quite intimate point of view: the cockpit.The footage, shot using GoPro cameras, brings the viewer on the Soviet Union-era fighter plane during aerobatics, formation flying, mock aerial combat against German Eurofighter Typhoons. You can even see a quite rare live firing test of am R-60 (AA-8 Aphid) air-to-air missile.
In an attempt to cash in on the buzz surrounding the release of Godzilla this weekend, the sequel to director Gareth Edwards indie sci-fi flick Monsters has just unveiled a trailer showing off more of the expanded world. Monsters: Dark Continent focuses on another Infected Zone in the Middle East, and this time it looks like we’re spending most of our time with a military unit in the area. What I really like is the grounded approach to how society is living as there are monsters all around the world. There’s a shot of a dogfight facing what appears to be a small monster, and this might not be too bad of a sequel. Will you watch it?
Internet prankster SA Wardega caused a ruckus on a public street recently reenacting a scene from Game Of Thrones. When you aren’t scared of going to jail or dying, the possibilities for viral videos are limitless!
The trailer above is for ScarJo’s new movie Lucy, a sci-fi/action epic from Luc Besson, director of The Fifth Element. Scarlett plays the title character, a woman who wakes up from a night of partying to find out that smugglers have sewn a bag of drugs into her stomach. Fortunately for Lucy (and unfortunately for the bad guys) the bag leaks, transforming her into a superhuman killing machine. Will you watch it?
It’s no secret that sports can get pretty heated at times, and intensity and aggression are prized intangibles that lead to success. Athletes are forced to compete at or near an emotional threshold, which they are occasionally pushed over. When that happens, the uglier side of sports is revealed, as gloves are dropped, mounds are charged and punches are thrown.