You know, the Norwegian guys behind this crazy video that went viral and was watched more than 150 million times on Youtube in barely 2 months.
He started working out at 55 years old.
This ended up creating a sort of charity chain
To promote their Snapdragon processors, Qualcomm used 130 HTC One smartphones to build this contraption that they qualified of 'ultimate smartphone photobooth'.
Kingda Ka at Six Flags Great Adventure, Jackson, NJ.
Some pranksters went to their friend's pizza restaurant over night to supposedly get a lost wallet, but in reality made pizzas for the homeless
Obviously staged but it's still quite well put together
While watching the footage he got from his GoPro, the surfer noticed he had at some point been quite close to a great white shark without knowing it.
Maybe the dolphin saved his life..
Quite an awesome ad with plenty of small details: consoles being switched to slim versions, improvement of equipment, change of aspect ratio, London skyline changing over time, the PS symbols making an appearance in each of the 4 generations...etc.
In case you're confused, note that the kid isn't living at home for 18 years, the two main protagonists represent the 'players' of that time for the specific PlayStation generation.
Created and filmed in Zaragoza, Spain.
It's simply got inside through a hole