Jonah Hill Returns For Palace Skateboards. And He Is Not Happy
Editors' Choice: A monster unleashes on New York City in this brilliant film by MPC Creative to promote Palace’s new store in the Big Apple
Ever wondered what Jonah Hill got paid for starring in that first Palace Skateboards film that MPC Creative made? If you watch this new film, you’ll find out. And he’s not happy about it.
MPC Creative’s latest film, shot on location in NYC this February in -18 degree conditions is directed by Diarmid Harrison-Murray, who takes things to a new level and unleashes a monster on New York City that scares the bejesus out of not only Jonah, but also Leo Fitzpatrick (of Kids, The Wire and Bully fame) and a poor little Chihuahua.
This spot promotes the global expansion of Palace into the US and the opening of a first store outside of the UK in Soho.
“This film was right up my strasse,” says director Diarmid. “Creepy weird CGI, empty New York streets and plenty of humour to wash it all down. Working with Palace is like nothing else. I loved it.”
Richard Skinner, MPC Creative’s Head of Creative Development, adds: “If you liked the high end post in the first Jonah film, you’re gonna love this. This latest film is an amazing addition to the previous films we’ve been making in partnership with Palace. The range and style across the different spots is so exciting and diverse.”
The NYC store opens on 5th May 2017.
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Post Production House:
Richard Skinner, Johnny Blick