BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
The internet was served a teaser yesterday when the new Beastie Boys video for their song "Make Some Noise" hit. The reason why it was so tantalizing is because the video is actually a segment of Fight For Your Right Revisited, a short film that may be the most star-studded half-hour of all time. Now, through legal channels, the full movie has arrived.
It stars Elijah Wood, Seth Rogen, and Danny McBride as younger versions of the Beasties and Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly, and Jack Black as their older selves, sent back in time via DeLorean. Those six A-listers are just the start of the celebrity appearances in this thing though. Watch the first five minutes of it.
We here in the movie news section typically don't post too much about short films, but an exception can be made in this case. Fight for Your Right Revisited is a short film by writer/director Adam Yauch, but the fact that it's a short about the rap trio known as the Beastie Boys is only half of the reason why it's cool.
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