Part of the opening scene of HBO Newsroom by Aaron Sorkin (A few Good Men & West Wing Fame). Finally, some mainstream media scripting something a lot more real than anything we're sold as "reality tv".
This film is a collection of some of the best moments captured in nature by videographer and producer Henry Jun Wah Lee from 2009 to present as a promotional production for his production company Evosia studios.
5'8" Nate Robinson defeated 6'11" Dwight Howard and other competitors by donning kryptonite green Knicks jersey and ball and demonstrating his amazing leaping abilities in the NBA All-Star Slam Dunk Contest for 2009.
The animated video takes place in a futuristic, colorful world with flying cars and spindle-topped skyscrapers. While the opening beats play, the words "Welcome to Universe City" appear. A bleary-eyed bear wakes up and gets ready for his day. He has one red eye and one black eye. He has a flying car that breaks down, so he joins a line of other animal characters in a bus line, then gives up, tries to take a taxi, but not one will stop. He then misses the train and starts running down the street. He gets gobbled up by a cloud monster; inside he dances around. Then the cloud spits him out in a shower of water. The sun comes out, so the bear puts on sunglasses and he runs onto a college campus and into a football game. He finally arrives at graduation, where runs up to the podium to receive a diploma for Drop Out University. The video ends with the bear flying away in his car with friends.
Kanye West's music video for the song "Good Morning" was animated and directed by Japanese artist Takashi Murakami.
Original on YouTube
Kanye's latest single, the one that beat out and ended the career of Jay-z. An authorized sample of Daft Punk's - Work It! which itself was a sample. Kanye becoming a robot is likely a tribute to the group's on-stage personnas; they typically dress up as robots while performing life.