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Taylor Lautner last starred in the Bourne Identity/parkour joint Abduction, which earned a paltry $28 million domestically on a $38 million budget, leading Universal to oust him from their planned Stretch Armstrong movie.
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I didn't learn how to ride a bike until I was 12.
Good afternoon you princes of Maine, you kings of New England, you stalkers of In the offing for today: MidiansMusic combined Back to the Future with Star Wars (Attack of the Clones and A New Hope) with three days of rotoscoping work in After Effects.
"Hey, kid, you like movie trailers.
Here's the trailer for Freerunner, which seems like a lock to steal the all-time box office record from Avatar.
Merry Ludacristmas, motherf*ckers, 5 Fast 5 Furious has a trailer.
10 Steps To Dominating Your Fantasy Football League This Season [Uproxx] This Ronald Reagan biopic has a budget of $30 million, but it'll end up costing $3 billion and then we'll blame the next movie at the theater for that.
Jerry Bruckheimer movies are kind of like the father who took off when you were a kid, and then when you were like 16, he finally decided he wanted back in your life, so he tries to bribe you with presents.
New Line Cinema has selected Matt Johnson to finally write the studio’s Parkour film that has been in development since 2007.
I think we all remember the hardon that Ufford had for "free running," and so we post this flipbook of an artistic interpretation of parkour with that in mind.
Here's your weekly dose of cafeteria parkour with a couple of little dudes hitting flips off a wall.
This doesn't really count as parkour as much as it's two pubescents daring each other to jump onto a dumpster, and I'm really not sure what's gone wrong with the second attempt.
We make it a priority to give living athletes priority over dead ones, but this particular free runner figures he might split the difference with a little parkour of his own.
Some shoe company--which I won't name because I have an endorsement deal with adidas--sent this parkour video to Brian at Awful Announcing, who sent it to us.
KottKe (via Unsilent) dug up this parkour gem--it's the professional reel of Levi Meeuwenberg, and he gets paid to do everything you're seeing in this video.