‘The Avengers’ superheroes are NOT a fan of Drake’s dance moves! In this hilarious mash-up, the movie’s characters appear baffled by the rapper’s ‘Hotline Bling’ video, and the Hulk gets especially riled up after sitting through it for just 30 seconds. Watch the hilarious clip here!
Drake’s new song “Hotline Bling” and its video have gone totally viral, but this might be the greatest spoof on the song yet! Some brilliant YouTube user combined the video with clips from The Avengers, and the famous superheroes are NOT feeling Drizzy’s moves. Watch here!
In the 35 second clip, Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hesmworth, Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson and Cobie Smulders look on as the rapper’s video plays in front of them. The video features perfectly cut clips of the superheroes with looks of shock and awe on their faces as they watch Drake’s viral vid play out.
After just 30 seconds, the Hulk has had enough. He goes completely crazy and slams Drake to the floor multiple times in a violent rage — the “Back To Back” singer literally had no chance, and was left completely motionless on the floor afterward. If this was real life, Drake would never be showing off those dance moves again!
The “Hotline Bling” video finally debuted on Apple Music on Oct. 19, and fans immediately went crazy over Drake’s dance moves in the clip. There have been tons of parodies of the vid going viral on the Internet — even Justin Bieber had to poke fun at his pal’s dancing — but this might be the very best one we’ve seen.
Luckily, Drake is okay with all the parodies. “At first, he was mad, and then he looked at the bigger picture and realized people are going to actually watch the video and listen to the song, then hopefully buy it,” an insider told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “That is always the ultimate goal. So if people are talking about his dancing being good or bad, it leads to record sales. Then he’s all for it.”
HollywoodLifers, what do you think of the Avengers and “Hotline Bling” mash-up? Are you totally sick of Drake’s dancing yet, or is it still hilarious?
— Alyssa Norwin