Posts tagged: daniels
Adult Swim’s Childrens Hospital is having a blood drive.
(new DANIELS promo with invaluable writing help from Justin Becker and Steve Clemmons.)
We got to pitch on Beyonce’s song COUNTDOWN one time. And now Creators Project wrote an article about our never realized insanefest…
super muscular DANIELS portraits!
(The amazing Robyn Von Swank took some photos of us during our lunch break last monday)
Thunderdome: DANIELS vs Walter Robot
We have two screenings at the Los Angeles Film Festival
Thu, Jun 21st 10:00pm
Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE 13
Sat, Jun 23rd 7:40pm
Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE 14
Tenacious D is mad at us! Their Facebook posted:
“Apparently some footage of our upcoming Rize of the Fenix video leaked somehow on Russian YouTube. Tenacious D does not encourage watching this footage. And we are hoping for an apology from the directors immediately.”
Since it’s out there. Why hide it? It’s true!?! http://rutube.ru/tracks/5569165.html
NO IDEA HOW FOOTAGE LEAKED. Sorry to the label and band (although why are they singling us out? Someone hacked our computer and we’re upset too!)
Rize of the Fenix = Worst Nightmare Movie
Thanks Mike mike
another killer vid from @DANIELSwastaken along with some bad ass stunts!
Foster the People - DON’T STOP Behind the Scenes
(Check out everybody goofing off, doing dangerous stuff, making a movie, and killing Daniel Kwan’s car! Shout out to Jayson at Action Factory. And wowwie, Josh Sasson is a real charming Behind the Scenes editor.)
THAT NEW SHINS VIDEO
Off the upcoming record “Port of Morrow”. Available March 20th. Preorder: theshins.com/music/port-morrow
The Band: James Mercer, Richard Swift, Jessica Dobson, Joe Plummer, Yuuki Matthews
The Kids: Niko Jacobson, Natalie Shershaw, Anthony Chow, Lea Claire Zawada, Emma Smith
Mother: Tonetta Weaver
Jessica’s Husband: Nich Ealy-Elder
Girl Next Door: Emily Matthews
Prod Co: PrettyBird
EP: Candice Ouaknine
Producer: Jonathan Wang
DP: Larkin Seiple
Production Designer: Jason Kisvarday
Property of Columbia Records
Created for a program called Random Acts on Channel 4 in London.
Tommy, a man at the end of his rope, unable to provide for the woman he loves, decides to rob a stranger. The rest of the movie is really dumb and it’s about pockets.