The Avengers – Best Picture Summary 2020

The Avengers – Best Picture Summary 2020


Hazaa brothers! How goes it? Oh hey Thor. You seem troubled. Why? Did you hear the news? Yes! I can’t believe Jane is coming back. It’s gonna be – We weren’t nominated for Best Picture! Sayeth WHAAAAAAATTTTT?!? How is that possible? Literally everyone was in it. We know. But we had the most financially successful and critically acclaimed movie arc of all time. Yep. The payoff of 21 films coming together in an emotionally stirring way. Yeah. That left audiences totally satisfied! Not all of us were satisfied. Go away Thanos. Nobody likes you anymore. Aaaaawe. It was my time. It’s not fair! The Academy just hates super hero movies. Yes. They never nominate super heroes. That’d be crazy right?! I got fat for that movie! Do you know how hard that is for me? How can you not nominate us? We are the Avengers! What could the nominees possibly have that we don’t? 1917. A World War. Pppphhh. We had an INFINITY WAR. Oh I did like the acting in that one though. Ford v Ferrari. Men obsessed with automobiles. Have they even seen my car collection? Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Altering History. We altered history! We literally went back in time to save everyone! Except me. Oh yeah. Except Black Widow. And I would have gotten away with it too if it hadn’t been for that stupid rat! Parasite. You know I’m going to be honest with you, I actually haven’t seen this one. Same here. Subtitles are hard. I’m too lazy to read. The Irishman. Martin Scorsese’s 3 hour gangster epic. Oh yeah. Delightful. Pure cinema. Whatever the opposite of a theme park is… it was that. Little Women. Young women challenging the status quo. We have strong women! They had a huge girl power scene and everything! That’s what I’m saying. Marriage Story. A movie where Kylo Ren fights with – GASP WHAT?! What? I like to fight around. You were nominated and not us! Not cool Natasha. Hulk sad! Apparently we should have just screamed at each other for two hours. Relax. It’s probably just a fluke or something. JoJo Rabbit. Starring – GASP AGAIN?! You can’t be serious. What is happening here? Another one? They love me! They really love me! I actually like the JoJo one. I think the directing is magnificent. Yeah. Any movie that makes fun of Nazis is okay in my book. I think that one should win. Any other nominations? And finally… Joker. What?! The clown maniac! Why would they nominate a villain for an Oscar? I think you mean 11 nominations. EVIL LAUGH. Unbelievable! This is ridiculous! Who let him in here? Was it HER? Well this just makes me sad. If you don’t mind I’m going to go dry my tears with our billions and billions of dollars. Yeah I’ll join you. Good news everyone! We’re nominated for an Academy Award! What, really? Don’t do that. Don’t give me hope. Tell us adolescent arachnid. We got nominated for best visual effects! Oh wow! Story of my life! Big surprise. Whoopity doo! It’s all thanks to me. It’s just not the same.

Scarlett Johansson Can’t Unsee This Picture of Her Boyfriend


You were hilarious as Ivanka
Trump on Saturday Night Live. Oh, thank you. Hilarious. Thank you. And I’m just wondering– [APPLAUSE] I love that show. Don’t you love that show? I do. Yeah. Big fan. I love that show. That Weekend Update, those
two guys, those fellows are really good. Who– Yeah. Who’s your favorite? Do you like Colin, or
do you like Michael? Um, it’s hard to pick. Really, is it? No it’s not that hard to pick. Colin is– I guess I’m a Colin
fan, I’d have to say. He’s, he’s adorable,
and he’s funny, and I’m happy [INAUDIBLE]. He’s not bad. I’m happy for you. Thanks. And there’s a
picture of that John Mulaney, who was fantastic
hosting Saturday Night Live. Oh yes, I agree. Oh my gosh,
absolutely hilarious. He’s hilarious. But he posted a picture,
a throwback I guess, when he was a writer. And that’s Colin with a beard. I thought it was
like, a disguise, but that’s really
what he looks like. [LAUGHTER] Right? Had you seen that? I mean, I can’t unsee it now. [LAUGHTER] Oh no. I didn’t even think
that was him, but it is. Oh my god it is. Right. Have I just broken you all up? Did I do something wrong? Yeah, I mean I’ll– I, I can’t say that that’s an
image that I’ll ever forget. Right. [LAUGHTER] There he is. There he is. That’s what he
actually looks like. He’s a handsome devil. That’s how I like
to remember him. Yeah, sorry. We’ll erase that. And I’ll always remember him
by, now that we’re broken up. Yes. [LAUGHTER] Ellen did it. She broke us up. All right, let’s
talk about Avengers. Is this easier to do? How many have you done now? Six? Um, I like– Nine? 25. A lot. A lot. I’ve done, I don’t know. I actually, I don’t know. Really? How many have I done? I don’t know, I
was guessing six. There was Iron Man 2,
then we did Avengers. There was Avengers 2, Captain
America 2, There’s a lot of 2s here. Three, then we– did I
do anything after that? Oh there was, there
was, three was– Three was the Civil War. I lost count already. So now we’re at seven. Seven or eight. Yeah. It’s my sixth? Yeah. Andy– Andy– Are you keeping my contractual– Yeah. –like, obligations as well. [LAUGHTER] Andy gets– Am I done now or what? He gets a percentage. He negotiates your deals. So, will there be– I heard there’s like
a rumor that you’re going to have your own movie. That your character is going
to have a spin off and have your own movie. I think there’s room for it. I think the only way
to do it would be is if it were something
that we’ve never seen before that was really
groundbreaking and incredibly bad ass. But, you know, I
think if anybody was– could make that happen,
my boss Kevin Feige could. He’s– Well I hope it happens. He’s a visionary. That would be amazing. Yeah, I think it could be– I think it could be
something really special. There’s definitely
a lot of room there. The character has a
very tortured past, to say the least. And she’s, you know, had to make
a lot of difficult decisions. And she, I think,
probably has some trauma, and she’s got a lot
of, she’s got issues. Well, then there’s plenty
of– there’s plenty of room to work them all out. And you have a lot of
female costars, finally. For a while, you
were the only one. Yes, thank god. Yeah, it was kind of
hairy there for a minute.

Real Arc Reactor (ionized plasma generator)

Real Arc Reactor (ionized plasma generator)


Hey guys, I’m the Hacksmith and on this episode Make It Real We’re gonna try and make a real arc reactor since it’s been one of your most common requests So what exactly is an arc reactor Well, it was first introduced to the MCU in Iron Man, and just looking at it It looks like it produces a continual arc of electricity in a loop and somehow that generates power Infinite power To me. It kind of looks like a perpetual energy device which we know is impossible because the most fundamental law of physics is the conservation of energy Which states that energy in a closed system is constant, which means energy cannot be created, only transformed That simplifies into an equation energy in equals energy out plus losses Usually in the form of heat because of the second law of thermodynamics We know there are always losses always Which kind of makes sense when Obadiah says this The arc reactor. That’s a publicity stunt We built that thing to shut the hippies up It works Yeah as a science project But then in the cave when Tony miniaturized the arc reactor he uses palladium What is that? That’s palladium 0.15 grams? Which suggests the arc reactor might actually be nuclear technology since some palladium is radioactive Unfortunately, it’s also highly carcinogenic and toxic so I’m not about to play with palladium for a fictional technology Now the power output specified is also kind of ridiculous What could it generate? If my math is right? And it always is. Three gigajoules per second. Joule per second is just a fancy scientific way of saying a single watt, which means the arc reactor produces three gigawatts of power That’s almost three times the power output of a time-travelling DeLorean from Back to the Future 1.21 Jigawatts! In fact If we were to sell that energy back to the power grid the same way I sell solar energy from my roof it would be the equivalent of 833 kilowatt hours, which would generate 250 dollars per second of income or 21.6 million dollars per day basically, if I were to invent a real working arc reactor all of our funding issues would be solved and we’d be well on our way to building a real life Iron Man suit or More realistically our entire company would be assassinated by the big oil companies So it’s pretty much impossible to make a real working arc reactor. So let’s build a real working arc reactor All right Now before we build the arc reactor, let’s take a look at a 3D model using some augmented reality tech, not unlike Tony Stark himself Pretty cool, right. Let’s take a closer look Now it looks like the electricity is being generated in the final ring of the assembly But I guess the real question is if we’re building an arc reactor. How are we gonna do that? Let’s get some paper out and actually do some calculations by hand So to sustain an arc of electricity around the arc reactor we’re gonna need a lot of voltage The diameter of the arc reactor is around 75 millimeters across which gives us a circumference of around 241 millimeters Which would be the path the electricity actually has to follow now It takes approximately three million volts to ionize air for an arc to form across a distance of 1 meter That’s roughly 30,000 volts per centimeter. So with the 24.1 centimeter travel path, we’ll need approximately 723,900 volts of electricity Luckily, we have these little high voltage transformers which produce about 80,000 volts each There’s 10 segments in the arc reactor. So that would be about 800,000 volts This might actually work. Let’s start assembling it They do need to be close together so I might thicken up that divider wall. Yeah, that’d be good Smells nice. Yeah, I don’t know what that is, I think it might be acrylic but Most realistic arc reactor ever Yeah, so these wires They’re not very thick, but like if they’re next to each other they don’t arc As long as there’s something else there. So I’m wondering how thick the wires I need carrying the high voltage near my body See, perfectly safe As long as you don’t become the path of least resistance, you’ll be fine All right, now that we have most of the components assembled we’re gonna have to control them somehow I made a quick block diagram to explain how the circuits actually going to work But basically we’re gonna use a relay bank to control the outputs of each high voltage module Using an arduino. The power input is from a lithium polymer battery Now we actually have a more detailed electronics diagram which you can check out using the link in the description below to visit our project on maker.io The battery is connected to all those This powers the arduino Ready for its first test The most realistic thing about this arc reactor is the number of wires coming off of it because if it was actually producing that much electricity You’d need some serious Current carriers to get that energy some are useful All right so we’ve got the arc reactor all set up and we have a clamp meter to measure the current flowing through the wires As we do a start-up sequence 20 amps! All right, so obviously I don’t have a hole in my chest so I can’t actually wear this arc reactor So I thought it’d be nice to make a nice kind of like display case that we can use For when we’re actually powering stuff using the arc reactor All right, so we’ve got the arc reactor in its box now and we’ve actually got the switches on the box So let’s open it up All right, so main power is this switch here and we’ll try and do a startup sequence Alright let’s see if it can power a phone All right, let’s see what else this can power All right, so we’re here at the main circuit breaker for my house and we’re gonna plug in the arc reactor All right, let’s turn it on and see what happens All right, so these are the power meters for the house and as you can see that’s how many kilowatt hours we’re using All right, let’s reconnect it to the grid All right, so obviously it’s not actually producing enough power to do anything useful But it certainly looks cool and sounds terrifying We’ll be using it for some future gags in upcoming videos where we use it to actually power our projects One of our goals here is to inspire people into STEM fields to learn and create things themselves We get tons of messages asking how we learn to do this stuff and the answer is simple. I’m a problem solver I’m not some kind of genius. I just like to learn and use those concepts to make cool stuff I learned by doing and that’s exactly what brilliant.org allows you to do Brilliant.org is a problem-solving site that helps you think like an engineer by guiding you through the problems that bring you from knowing nothing To having a deep understanding of the topic If you’d like to learn more about problem-solving and engineering so you can build stuff like this yourself And support a channel at the same time go to Brilliant.org/Hacksmith and sign up for free The first 200 people that go to that link will receive 20% off their annual premium subscription Well, thanks for watching Hacksmith Industries now has their very own arc reactor Leave a comment below to tell us what other comic book tech we should recreate Elena is not going to touch it

The Making of Avengers: Endgame | Part 1 | Filmed with IMAX® Cameras

The Making of Avengers: Endgame | Part 1 | Filmed with IMAX® Cameras


[MUSIC PLAYING] It just made
sense to us that the grandest cinematic
events in Marvel history should be executed in full IMAX. The level of ambition in
these films is pretty high. We needed equipment that could
help us fulfill that ambition. As filmmakers, it’s an
amazing tool for us– the way that it captures light, the
way that it captures color. They’re fantastic cameras. The chip is incredible. It’s at a resolution
that is unprecedented. The IMAX screen has a different
height than a traditional movie screen. Having that extra
verticality gives us a wider range of
how we frame and how we shoot these characters. It’s just presented on
a much grander scale than the traditional
movie theater. [MUSIC PLAYING]

Why Do Marvel’s Movies Look Kind of Ugly? (video essay)

Why Do Marvel’s Movies Look Kind of Ugly? (video essay)


Marvel Studios is really, really good at what they do. Over the past eight years, they’ve created a tightly interconnected cinematic universe spanning across fourteen films and counting, which is unheard of in the history of cinema. Not only that, but the majority of the movies are actually good. Some are even genuinely great. They’ve consistently made really smart choices in terms of who they hire in front of and behind the camera, giving us nerds the huge, spectacular superhero movies we’ve dreamed of for decades. I only really have 2 major issues with their approach. One– the generic, unmemorable scores –has already been covered in some really good video essays. So I want to talk about the other one. Marvel’s color grading. Or in other words: Why do Marvel’s movies all look like muddy concrete? Like, look at that. It’s a great scene, but that’s really ugly. Now, in case you’re not a filmmaker or person who’s into technical terminology, let me briefly explain what I mean. Color grading is the digital manipulation of the colors and tones of the image you see on screen. This was first used in 2000, on “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” and since then has become an essential part of literally every motion picture you see. From movies to TV to commercials to YouTube videos. The rise of color grading connects directly with the rise of digital cinematography, as in, shooting with digital cameras as opposed to traditional film cameras. High-end digital cameras shoot an extremely flat image, meaning there’s very low contrast and saturation. It looks really gray and dull, but that’s specifically so you have the most information there to use when color grading. So you can take footage that looks like this and make it look like this. So, what does this have to do with Marvel? Well, Marvel’s first three movies (“Iron Man” 1 & 2, and “Thor”) were shot on film. After that, they switched to digital, using the Genesis on “Captain America: The First Avenger” and then the ARRI Alexa on every one of their subsequent films, from “The Avengers” up through “Doctor Strange.” So, what’s the issue here? Well, Marvel’s best-looking movies also happen to be the ones shot on film, but there’s more to it than that. My issue isn’t that the other movies are shot digitally. It’s that they consistently use the same style of color grading on all their digital footage, creating an image that’s flat and dull when it should be vibrant and exciting. Digital cinematography can look amazing but it has to be graded properly. The root of the problem is the lack of proper black values, as in, the spots in the image that should be black, like the deepest parts of the shadows, aren’t. Look: when I use the eyedropper tool in Adobe After Effects, this is what it tells me it is. Dark gray. And looking at the shot, you would think that spot should be black. Having a pure black value in a shot makes the other colors stand out more, and since the Marvel movies don’t have proper black the colors don’t pop. Since we’re talking about superhero movies, I want to illustrate this point using superhero comics. In traditional comics artwork, there is a penciler, who draws the pictures with, y’know, a pencil, and then an inker, who uses black ink to go over the pencils and give contrast and definition to the image. Then the colorist, obviously, colors it. Superhero comics are generally pretty colorful, and a big part of what makes the colors stand out is the contrast between them and the pure black of the inks. There was a brief fad in the early 2000s of skipping the inks and going straight from pencils to colors. The most well-known example of this would probably be Salvador Larroca’s art in X-Treme X-Men. See how there are no actual blacks there, and it all looks kind of flat and washed-out? That’s basically the problem with how Marvel’s movies look. Also in the comics, everyone realized this didn’t look good, and stopped doing it. Let’s look at “Guardians of the Galaxy,” which I think has the best cinematography of any of Marvel’s digitally-shot movies. (although some of that gets lost in the color grading.) I’m going to do 10 seconds’ worth of adjustments really just tweaking the levels and boosting the saturation a little bit, and let’s look at how they fare side-by-side. I know these are aesthetics, and thus are totally subjective, but I think that’s a much more vibrant image. It’s more dynamic, it has more definition, and it looks like what I think a superhero movie should look like. Let’s do the same thing for “Civil War,” a movie I love despite the fact that it looks like an empty parking lot. These adjustments obviously help more on scenes shot at night or inside, instead of in the middle of a sunny day, but there’s still a noticeable improvement. It’s a bummer, because Marvel hires some really good cinematographers, and then does their work a disservice with how they handle it in post-production. Here’s what John Toll’s work looks like in Iron Man 3, and here’s what it looks like in Jupiter Ascending, which was his next film. These were even shot on the same camera. It’s easy to jump straight to the camera and and blame the Alexa, but that’s not really accurate. This is the same camera that shot “Mad Max: Fury Road,” and obviously that didn’t have the same problem. Look at this scene in “Skyfall”. The blacks are actually black and it looks AMAZING. This is mainly a matter of color grading and Marvel setting top-down requirements on their movies that they all use the same camera and that they all go through the same post-production process with the same colorist. The issue is way more complex than I’m making it out to be. There’s the whole matter of how different cameras interpret different types of light, and why some look better than others. For example, this is why the outdoor daylight scenes in Marvel movies look the crappiest, and the scenes lit with fluorescent lights tend to look the best. Since the image that gets recorded into the Alexa is so flat, with so much to work with, it takes a ton of skill and work to get the perfect look. It’s often easier to stick with the flat style and just embrace it, which is why every music video these days looks like this. (When they used to look like this.) But you have to consider what works best for your movie. That flatter look makes sense for, say, “Spotlight” or “Sicario”, where you might want the visuals more muted and closer to reality. But when you’re dealing with a big, bombastic superhero movie, don’t you want the images to be bright, to pop off the screen? Not to be a bunch of muddy gray tones? The recent DC movies, for all their problems, at least have this figured out. Look, Marvel is a billion-dollar company with an insane record of success, and I’m sure they’ve focus-group tested this to gain empirical evidence that audiences like flat, dull-looking superhero movies. So this is just my opinion. But looking across all their movies, there’s the appearance that they copied and pasted the same color grading with the same levels and same color palette on every one. Now, is there hope for the future? Actually, yes, there is. There’s some change coming. The upcoming “Guardians of the Galaxy, Volume 2” is the first Marvel Studios film to switch from the ARRI Alexa to the new RED Weapon 8K camera (Which is a really cool name.) I’m excited about this move, because from what I’ve seen, RED cameras are the way to go if you’re shooting a blockbuster on digital. That’s what Ridley Scott used for “The Martian,” what Michael Bay used on the last few “Transformers” movies, and what Guillermo del Toro used for “Pacific Rim,” the movie I would consider the gold standard for what digitally-shot blockbusters can look like. Across the board, these had the vibrant colors and deep black values that Marvel’s movies have lacked. We recently saw the first footage, and in my opinion it looks like a definite improvement over the first film. The colors are more vibrant, the blacks are deeper, and it just looks less… flat. So I’m crossing my fingers that this isn’t an outlier and more Marvel movies follow its lead. I wanted to make this video because I genuinely really like the movies that Marvel makes, and every time they make a new one, I hope that they’ll fix this problem. It’s small, but it matters. But if we’re being honest, Marvel– just go back to shooting your movies on film. You’re making enough money. You can afford it. (Yawns) So that does it for this video essay, which is also my first video essay. This is a bit of a departure for the channel, but if you liked it and want to see more stuff like this, let me know in the comments. Or if you think I’m a nitpicking nerd who should shut up about this… let me know in the comments. Here’s a bunch of social media links, so you can yell at me on multiple platforms, and I will see you guys here next week, with a new video on Wednesday. Bye!

Jet Engine VS Captain America Shield (MAKE IT BREAK)

Jet Engine VS Captain America Shield (MAKE IT BREAK)


Hey guys! This video has been sponsored by Raid: shadow Legends! But more on that later. As you know we have a lot of cool stuff in the shop, and you guys have pretty good suggestions on videos to make. So we’re going to try out a new series we’re attentively calling: Make It Break! Where we see what fictional technology comes up on top. We’ll be dueling our existing projects against each other, for the first episode we’re going to see if our Captain America shield can withstand the power of a face melting jet-engine! But first, we’re going to have to remove it from our motorcycle and make an arm mount for it. To control the jet-engine we used a USB joystick attached to the arm mount, but, the issue is interfacing the joystick with the actual jet-engine. So we’re actually going to have to make our own circuit in order to do this. And to see the complete circuit diagram of how we interfaced with the jet-engine, check out our page on Maker.io So this produces over 30kgs of thrust, which is over 70lbs! Ian: You’re dripping diesel! Dave: Hold still! This video has been sponsored by Raid: Shadow Legends! I have an amazing announcement about the mobile game I recommended to you last time, Raid: Shadow Legends! A special tournament is happening globally right now! James: Oh it’s a dragon! It’s a really big one!
Oh they’re screwed… Someone’s getting eaten… Calling it right now. Aaand… uh-oh, yeah…
She just got eaten. You can compete with me and millions of other players in a massive arena tournament, for crazy in-game prizes, and even physical prizes that winners will get delivered straight to their house! In case you missed my last video, Raid is a brand new, free-to-play, mobile RPG game with the most amazing story line, awesome 3D graphics, giant boss fights, pvp battles and hundreds of champions to collect and customize! This is absolutely the best time to go join the action! Go to the description of this video and download Raid, only through my link to get 50 thousand silver, plus a free epic champion as a new player program. And you’ll also be automatically entered into the special launch tournament right away! Since Endgame just came out we thought it’d be fun to make a video to see what would happen if Iron Man shot Captain america’s shield? And to make it fun, Ian suited up as Iron Man. Let’s do this! Jarvis: i have indeed been uploaded. We’re online and ready. James: Alright, let’s start the jet-engine! I’m just going to move out of the way for now… I’m actually looking forwards to the heat of the jet-engine because its really cold out. Dave: Stage one… Stage two…!
James: Oh boy…! Oh yeah! it’s getting warm! Allright, why isn’t everyone wearing safety glasses?! Owen: also, are you okay Evan?
Evan: What came flying? I didn’t even see it. James: Probably just dust…
Owen: The front of the shield! James: Oh my god! Owen: I got it!
James: You got it?! Oh, it’s warm! I mean obviously… That wasn’t full power?!
Ian: I don’t think so! Dave: Found it! It’s right here! And it’s still warm! James: alright uhhh… Hot glue? Alright, maybe we should test this stuff in the back yard now… Iron Man: stay down, final warning. Captain America: I can do this all day… Dave: Stage one…! Stage two…! James: Here we go! James: Let g- James: You’re aiming down too much, you were getting my feet! It looked pretty awesome with the smoke floating around him. Owen: How do you feel Ian? Ian: It’s 32kgs, just like, pushing on your arm…
Your arm just gives out at some point. Riley: James would you like some water?
James: Only if you hand feed it to me. James: Hit it! It’s steaming… Can you see it? It’s hot! Alright, that was a ton of fun! The Captain America shield actually stood its ground against the jet-engine which is actually a little surprising, I thought it might of taken a bit more damage, although the front disk did fly off… If you guys like this project make sure you subscribe to the channel and if you want to support the channel, check out Raid: shadow Legends today checking the link in the description below! Thanks for watching! Ian: I’m trying to take my caffeine pill and there’s not much flexibility to get it in there so…

Captain America Pranks Comic Fans with Surprise Escape Room // Omaze

Captain America Pranks Comic Fans with Surprise Escape Room // Omaze


A superhero. Hey, you two! This is Captain America here, and I need your help. Are you up for the challenge? No! Well, wait– [laughter] Hi, Chris Evans here. To support Christopher’s Haven, I’m teaming up with Omaze to offer you the chance to assemble a team of your best friends for the ultimate escape room experience. Escape rooms are these immersive games where you and your buddies have to solve puzzles to complete a mission before the time runs out. And to show you how much fun these rooms can be, I decided to take over Comicazi. We’re here in Boston, and we built our own with the help of Trapology. Now the only difference between my escape room and the one we’ll be doing together, is that my participants don’t know they’re actually in one. Yet. Let’s see how this goes. Psst! Hey, you two. In the blue jacket and purple scarf. That’s kinda weird. Oh, there’s a– Uh, excuse me! [laughter] Maybe a little more gentle next time. Oh, what the heck? I love that guy. I need your help. Are you up for the challenge? Yeah, dude. Sure. Well, great. So this may look like a standard comic book store, but it’s actually a secret Hydra base. And I need your help to take it down. I need you to look around the room for a code. A four digit code. And time is of the essence. A four digit code… Four digit code… [laughter] Look for even the most subtle detail. The most subtle detail. What? Subtle detail? Is the sign up? It’s huge! [laughter] Bring me with you. Bring me with you! We got you, man. [laughter] The clock is definitely tickin’, fellas. The clock. The clock is literally ticking. Oh, ****! Is there a clock? Is he looking right at it? There’s a giant sign that says the code is 1600. That might be it. Oh. Now take that code and look for anything else on that sign that might be helpful. Triangle with a… zap thing. Triangle zap. Where? Triangle zap! Oh, ****. One of you is going to have to stick your hand in that hole. And I hope no one has a problem with snakes. It’s chill, if they hurt me I’m suing. This guy wants nothing to do with it. You wanna do it? What? No. Wanna stick your hand in it? You do it. [laughter] Put your hand in there. Oh god. He’s doing it. Alright, dude. Nah, nah! Ah! Aiya! That kid’s my favorite. Pull out whatever you find. What. Uh. Suit up. Suit up? Suit up. Oh ****. [laughter] You’re gonna have to walk out to the street to find an undercover Hydra operative, so you’re gonna have to very subtly, casually start asking around. These goggles decrease visibility. I feel like we look like ******* idiots. I feel like I look dope. “I feel like I look dope,” is what he said. Start asking people. Excuse me, excuse me. What’s up? Are you a Hydra operative? I’m not a Hydra operative. Oh ****! Yo! Are you a Hydra operative? She was just like, “Am I about to get dragged into a ******* van?” Hey, are you a Hydra operative? No. Nope, nope, nope, nope. Not that one. Oh, she went for it. Are you an operative? I’m not. Oh. *********! [laughter] I think the safest thing to do would be scream, “Hail Hydra.” Hail Hydra. Hail Hydra. That’s the best you got? Captain America is asking for your help and that’s the best you got? Hail Hydra! Hail Hydra! That’s better. Head back to the start. This guy looks so dope. [laughter] What did he give you? Flashlight and… And a Hydra pin. Good work, fellas. Find where in the store that Hydra emblem could fit. Oh, whoa. I found it! Oh ****, dude. Oh, ****! There! Oh. Good work. Aiya! Ah! Whaaat the ****? Okay, you’re gonna go through that door and I think the Hydra base is downstairs. There’s no light. Scary. Oh, if something jumps out I’m gonna scream. I’ll sue if they mess with me. [laughter] That was a good one. Let’s go, let’s go, let’s go. Why is there smoke? Okay, kill the flashlights. Aiya! Hello? Hail Hydra. Whaa! It’s off! Oh my god. Yo, yo, yo… Holy ****. Haaa! No way! Oh my god. Haaa! Wait, you’re Captain America! Haaa! [laughter] Wow. Great work, guys. This is the Captain America. Thanks for taking good care of me up there. Now that you’ve seen what escape rooms are all about, let’s see if you have what it takes to get out of one. Enter to join me for the game of a lifetime at omaze.com/escape. We’ll solve some puzzles, get some pizza, celebrate our success or mourn our failure. It happens. But win or lose, best part is that every entry supports Christopher’s Haven. It’s a nonprofit that provides homes for kids and their families while they’re battling cancer. It’s a good one. Oh and you might want to go back and look at that video one more time. I’ve hidden a link in there somewhere that just might help you win the big prize. Good luck. That’s him, that’s him. Yeah, it is. That’s right. How fun!

Code 8 – Short Film [2016]

Code 8 – Short Film [2016]


[distant sirens] [distant sounds of traffic](female dispatch #1)
10-02, undetermined emergency
at 401 Rexdale.
(female dispatch #2)
Way is clear, 10-38.
(dispatch #1)
Suspect is low-level psych;
send in drone support.
(dispatch #2)
…telekinetic on foot,
last seen heading westbound.
(dispatch #1)
Charlie 3-5-2,
reports of a male levitating–
[drone flying in the distance] [gentle music] [music continues] Hey. Get up. Get up. (Reed)
We gotta go. Come on. [Joseph sighs] – Get up! Get up.
– No, no, no. – Get up.
– No! No! [water running] [dog barking in the distance] [Reed gasps] (Joseph)
Uhh! (Reed)
Mmm! Hot.(female news anchor)
Our top story this morning:
gunshots rang out late last night
near Monument Park as police
gunned down a telekinetic man
during an attempted robbery.Channel 7 has obtained footage
from the incident,
but viewers need to be warned. It is quite graphic. [male cop]
Freeze! Put your hands in the air! [gunshots](female news anchor)
This marks the fifth deadly incident
in less than a month between police
and people with power.
[hip-hop music] [distant police sirens] Good. [hip-hop music continues] It’s hot as hell out here, man. I almost hope nobody shows up. That’d be refreshing. Oh… delicious. [laughter] [horn honking] Here we go! [Freddie sighs] (Reed)
Lot of guys today, man. (Freddie)
Don’t worry about it. I’ll get us in.(man)
Hey, Joe! Joe, over here, man.
[workers all talking at once] (Freddie)
Hey! Get behind the brawn. [Reed laughing]
Yeah, okay. What we got?
What do we got here? [everyone talking at once] Uh, Class 2 Brawn. (Big Joe)
Class 2? Yeah. Prove it.(Big Joe)
Hey-hey! Hey!
Come on, man!Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. (Big Joe)
Okay. You’re in. What about you? Certified electrician. You special or not? You need an electrician or not? You’re lucky my guy called in sick. Okay. You and you, let’s go! (Reed)
Man, what are you talking about? (Freddie)
Buddy, I’m so broke, I’ll lift rocks, I’ll pick up a car, I’ll carry your grandma. I don’t care. Whatever, it’s too hot out, man. You don’t want to work.(Freddie)
I said almost.
Almost don’t want to work.
[drone approaching] [productive music] Hey! It’s short. No it ain’t. We agreed to a hundred. That’s a full day. You guys only worked six. [laughs] You serious, man? That’s the rate. You don’t like it,
I’ll find some others that do. You’re lucky I picked you up
in the first place. You need to pay us
what you owe us. Or what? I think we should just forget
about this guy, yeah? Let’s just get out of here. This is bullshit. Fucking special. Okay. Oh shit! Call it even! You wait, cocksucker! I’ma catch you! The fuck!(female dispatch)
Delta 109.
(drone pilot)
109, go ahead.
(female dispatch)
Got report of a smashed windshield
at 2745 Westmount.
Two specials
last seen running eastbound.
One Class 2 brawn,
the other unknown.
1078’s cleared for deployment
on contact.
Possible Code 8.(drone pilot)
Solid copy.
109 on the way.
You couldn’t have waited
until we were dropped off to smash that window? Yeah, yeah. Sorry, man. I’m so sick of this shit every day. And for a couple bucks,
it’s barely worth it. I could set you up with my cousin. Always looking for guys,
especially with your skills. Nah, hitting homes ain’t a job. Call it what you want,
but it’s a paycheck. Unlike you, I gotta spend
to keep this face pretty. [laughing]
Yeah, you’re overspending, Freddie. [drone whirring](drone pilot)
Suspects spotted at 144 Liberty.
Confirmed, Class 2 brawn.One unidentified, no criminal record.(dispatch)
Copy that.
You are authorized to…[robot release mechanism whirring](drone pilot over loudspeaker)
This is the police.
Stop where you are,and do not move!We will approach you.What the fuck is this? Don’t–don’t move. Don’t move.(drone pilot)
1078s deployed and in positions.
Scene secure.(dispatch)
Good job, 109.
10-alpha-20?(Park)
10-alpha-20, go ahead.
(dispatch)
You are clear to approach.
(Park)
Copy that.
Approaching two suspects
at 144 Liberty. [police siren signals] What are these clowns doing
way out here? Going where the job takes them. Same shit we’re doing. Don’t think so. [tense music] Let me see your hands, please. (Dixon)
Put your hands in the air, now! (Park)
Turn around. You have any weapons on you? (Reed)
No. Long way from home,
ain’t it, fellas? What are you talking about? We live right up the street. (Dixon)
Yeah, right. That’s a real fucking funny joke
to you, huh? Hey, watch your mouth! (Park)
Easy. They’re clean. We got a report of a vandalized truck
on Westmount. I’m guessing you two don’t know
anything about that, right? You’re right, we don’t know anything
about that. Just two guys taking a nice stroll
around the neighborhood. [thud] In steel toes. [under his breath]
Steel toes. You got something you wanna say? Yeah, I got plenty I wanna say. Say it. Yeah? Freddie. Look, man, we’re just trying to get home. I understand that. Guy stiffed us, okay? Now it’s settled. You know, it’s a felony
to use your power to settle fights. I didn’t use my power. But you smashed that window. And a smashed window’s nothing
to what we deal with every fucking day. All right, you didn’t use your power. You still broke the law.
I have to take you in. Wait, you’re arresting me? No, that’s bullshit! Get the fuck back! Turn around and put your hands
behind your back. No, no, I’m not going anywhere. Face the other way– (Freddie)
What the fuck are you doing? Get the fuck off him! Get off me! – Wait!
– Stop fighting! Stop! Hey! (Dixon)
Stop fucking moving,
motherfucker, settle down! [Reed groaning] (Dixon)
I’m gonna fuck you up!(drone pilot)
Shots fired! Shots fired!
1078s are active!
One suspect down!(dispatch)
All units, 1-4-4 Liberty! Confirm!
(Reed)
No, no, no.
Fuck, shit! Shit, shit. [stuttering]
Are you okay?
You’re gonna be okay! Hey, call an ambulance, man!
Phone it in! Need EMS to 1-4-4 Liberty! No, no, no! Stay down! Stay down. Just–just–shit.(drone pilot)
Get down on the ground with
your hands behind your head.
If you do not comply,
you will be shot.
(dispatch)
1078s ROB is set to aggressive.
You’re all right, just–just… [crying]
Fuck. Fuck. Fuck.(drone pilot)
Get down now!
This is your final warning.If you do not comply,
you will be shot.
[dramatic music] [Reed breathing heavily] [music intensifies] [screams] [electricity surging](drone pilot)
Losing control!

Engine one is down–
losing engine three–

Drone down! Drone–
[static](dispatch)
Drone down! Drone down!
[voices overlapping]
– What’s my control?
EMP fired at 144–
– Anyone else hearing this?
– Suspect is a high-level electric!
– Two miles out!
– Proceed with extreme caution!
– Two miles out–
– All 1078s currently reporting–
[heavy breathing] [music intensifies][overlapping voices]
– Good God, it’s a fucking mess.
– Fire’s on its way!
– Where the fuck did he go?
– Any sign of the suspect?
– No sign of the suspect.
– 182, all 1078s…
– All units, high-level electric on the loose!
– 1078s…
– 1078s are active.
– I need a perimeter from Lakeside…
– Fairmont and Washington,
this is a Code 8!
– This is a Code 8![static crackles] [electricity flares] [drone flying in the distance] [electricity zaps]

Super Hero Go Back To School

Super Hero Go Back To School


[MUSIC PLAYING] [CHATTER] Uh, no I didn’t steal your look. Yeah, you did. You’re like a knock-off
version of me. Says the guy who gets
rebooted every five years. Who’s under there anyway? Toby? Andrew Garfield? (GASP) Are you Tom Holland? [BELL RINGING] [MUSIC PLAYING] [CHATTER] Welcome back, class. I hope you’ve all had
a good summer vacation. Now it’s time to learn. I fully expect a
well-behaved class. No jokers will be permitted. Your a snitch, Batty. Quiet. Quiet down, please, you two. You both aren’t even
in the right class. Your grade is in rooms D and C. We hate it in there. Nothing makes sense. [MUSIC PLAYING] I can’t believe we’re in
different classes this year, you know? We were always in C
together and now you’re in– I know. It’s actually– [SCREAM] It’s a spider, man. [SCREAMING] [SOBBING] [MUSIC PLAYING] Hi, Puddin’. Hey. So, you talk to fish, huh? OK. Ha-ha. You know, I’m starting to get
really fed up with the whole, “Aquaman isn’t a
cool hero mentality.” No. You’re really cool. Thank you, Bruce. I especially like your trident. You look like the
Little Mermaid’s dad. [LAUGHTER] Tell me Bruce– how’s your dad? [GASP] [SOBBING] [MUSIC PLAYING-OPERA] Every single time? Yep. Hurts every time
I bring ’em out. You know, it’s crazy. You wouldn’t think
that an Amazonian and an alien from Krypton
would hit it off so well. Yeah, I know. It’s weird. You been working out? Yeah. Glad you asked. I’ve been in the gym,
hard, six days a week. Who are you kidding? You’re a science experiment. What the heck, Tony? See you in class, Test Tube. Unbelievable. You know, I wrote
his work out plan. OK. So, we’re throwing a
party this weekend. But we want to keep it
pretty small, pretty low-key. What did you say
about my brother? What? He may be crazy, but
he is my brother. [MUSIC PLAYING] What are you even talking about? My brother, Loki. OK. We’ll keep your
brother “low-key.” Wh– wh– where are
you keeping him? Well, I’ve had enough
of this shtick. The comments are going
to rip this scene apart. Barely anyone knows that Loki’s
the name of Thor’s brother. [MUSIC PLAYING] Get open. Freedom. What is he doing? Justice. [SLASHING SOUND] Logan. Sorry. Sorry, guys. Sorry. Good win, guys. But that Justice
play needs work. Yeah. My offense was awesome. Well, good game, fellas. I was like Spud Webb out there. Yeah. What happened, Tony? Wasn’t even close? Hey, not fair. Banner wasn’t even on our team. Sounds like you’re
making excuses. Sounds like my ex. [MUSIC PLAYING] Hey. That’s not nice. [CRYING] You know I didn’t
want him on the team. OK. So when you call on the
fish, then what happens? OK. I can do so much more than just
telepathically control fish, OK? I can breathe underwater. I can swim 175
miles per hour, OK? I raced a shark. And, well, the shark, it
wasn’t there at the time, they add it in post-production. Slow down. But I beat it. I did that, OK? I won. You did it. So, if I get my car broken into
in the middle of the Pacific, I’ll call you. Next, we’re going to
discuss the summer reading. Which themes came– I didn’t read it. [MUSIC PLAYING] Me neither. Yeah, uh– [MUSIC PLAYING] Know what, professor? I’ll make it up to you. No, you won’t
Captain Brown-nose. Will you shut up, Tony? I’m Trying to learn. Well, gentlemen,
you’re going to have to know your alphabet
by the end of the week. So, let’s start with A. [MUSIC-“FRIENDS”THEME] Thor? Asgard. Very good, Thor. And B? Black Panther. C? Captain. D? Deadpool. Spiderman! Settle down, Junior. U for Uncle Ben. I’d burn down all
of Gotham for you. Puddin’, That’s so disturbing. What else would you do? I’d enter grocery stores
through the exit only door. Stop! I’d rip tags off of mattresses. Oh, Mr. J, you
really are demented. And it’s all for you, baby. Back to class, you two. [MUSIC PLAYING] Who are you texting. It’s my mom. Who are you texting? It’s just my mom. OK, OK, it’s Daisy. But I swear to god it’s
just about homework. I didn’t want to tell
you, I know you hate her. OK. I’m sorry. It’s OK. What did she ever
do to you, anyway? She ran over my cat. (GASP) Sprinkles? What? This amateur production. I miss the old Rachel. The princess videos, the DIYs. It’s not the same anymore.