They should be filming Nepal, but instead are looking for ways to create content from home.
Living separately, Storer members filmed their own videos and later edited the footage together. The best way is to create engaging content for their fans without encouraging them to violate the lockdown rules.
“I think most of us would agree that we are over-shooting our expectations of what we want to do with this as a child,” Taylor added.
The world is moving upwards
Last year, the group worked on the Hollywood movie set after the award-winning Hollywood director Michael Bay was invited to collaborate on the filming of ‘Transformers’ trilogy and ‘Bad Boys’ – ‘6’. Underground, his Netflix film starring Ryan Reynolds and Dave Franco.
Experienced cameramen were given the freedom to act appropriately, while also serving as actors’ stunt doubles.
During the set, the group performed acrobatics at well-known sites such as Florence Cathedral, training other actors in the basics of parkour.
Working on a Hollywood movie set is “to make sure we’re heading in the right direction,” Seger, one of the star members, told CNN Sport.
“It skips a lot of steps in the film industry, in terms of learning how to do it,” Seger said.
“It’s a really crazy position. We have control over these scenes here and we have control over some of the elements of this blockbuster movie. But it’s really good for the whole team.”
The toll is taking over
But in creating jaw-dropping videos, bodies are pushed to the limit – which has consequences.
“The sense of accomplishment and accomplishment you get by doing all these crazy things … If you break your ankle every 14 years, I take that risk because people will drink their weekends and break their ankles or arms when they go out of town. It’s not like being safe. ”
Parkour is dangerous. Please do not try to copy anything in this video.