The “Entourage” movie is definitely happening, and now we have the first trailer from next summer’s feature film. It looks like the entire gang is back, along with Emmanuelle Chriqui as Sloan and a slew of new hotties led by Emily Ratajkowski. Rumor is that lovely Alice Eve will make a guest appearance, probably to wrap up the idiotic engagement storyline from the final episodes.
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It’s been forty years since Muhammad Ali stunned George Forman in Zaire, as he tricked Forman into punching himself to exhaustion with the now famous rope-a-dope strategy. 25-year-old Forman had recently destroyed Joe Frazier and was a huge 4-1 favorite heading into the fight against the 32-year-old former champ, but he was no match for Ali’s mind games and craftiness.
Here’s a great write-up of the anniversary from Bill Dwyre and the video above has clips from the fight and from a documentary as well.
I miss the days when boxing had so many characters and so much drama. Nothing today can match it.
Honda Powersports has introduced its Extreme Backyarding video series, featuring passionate sportsmen who have created their ultimate playgrounds. If you could have anything in your backyard, what would it be? How about skeet shooting?
Mark Wills hosts the videos and here he meets Olympic skeet shooter Allen Treadwell of Seligman, Missouri who is a former member of the U.S. Olympic Shooting team. Wouldn’t it be nice to practice something as fun as skeet shooting every day in your own backyard? That’s what he created in his own “extreme” backyard. Does this give you any ideas?
Just in time for Shark Week comes the newest fake extreme sport: “Shark Surfing,” in support of the new AMP Energy “No Bull. Just Energy.” campaign. In the video, extreme sport enthusiasts Josh and Damien are back to take on a second over-hyped sport. While the guys attempt to tame sharks on the high seas, MMA champion and long-time AMP Energy athlete Urijah Faber makes a special guest appearance and looks on at this new sport in disbelief.
The brand recently launched its new campaign with a two-part video series introducing the fake extreme sport, Full Contact Skydiving, which had America buzzing about whether or not the new sport was real or fake. The brand then revealed that Full Contact Skydiving was in fact a made-up sport via a second video, letting consumers know that they shouldn’t buy the hype if they are looking for real energy from an energy drink. The two videos combined generated over 2.5 million views.
Shark Surfing is yet another reminder that while other energy drink brands focus on hype and extreme activities, AMP Energy is all about providing real energy without the hype. Check out the latest video below: