Joji & Jackson Wang ft. Swae Lee & Major Lazer 'Walking' by Eoin Glaister
We've been here before, most memorably with Beastie Boys' Intergalactic. But Eoin Glaister puts a whole new spin on a classic Japanese monster movie trope for Joji and Jackson Wang.
So Giant Lobster (or Crayfish?) - played by Joji - is causing terror by smashing through the city. It must be saved by Jackson, stoically operating his Giant Robot. Battle ensues amid the cardboard skyscrapers, to the unseemly delight of Jackson's girlfriend.
But just when we think that Giant Lobster is vanquished, having been summarily poleaxed by Robot, there's a twist in the tale. It's very sweet - a kind of 'snowflake' revisionism that will enrage neo-conservative lovers of Godzilla films. So that makes it great.
What's more, there's also room for an enjoyable epilogue of Joji and Jackson having great fun, mock-fighting on set - until Joji's magnificent lobster/crayfish outfit starts falling apart...
|Executive Producer||Katie Lambert|
|1st AD||Tasha Petty|
|Director of Photography||Isaac Bauman|
|Focus Puller||Erick Aguilar|
|2nd AC||Brian Austin|
|Art Director||Miranda Lorenz|
|Make-up||Heather Galipo,michelle Sfarzo|
|Other credits||2nd AD — Brianna Ingemi Production Coordinator — Christo Arsenio Film Loader — Natalie Abraham BBE — Jeffrey Taylor Electric — Chris Waldorf Rigging Electric — Drew Moe Rigging Electric — Adam Schaffer Key Grip — Henry Martinez BBG — Annie Dean-Gannek BBG — Channing Thompson Grip — John Portillo Grip — Zach Keinitz Rigging Grip — Derick Holub Set Decorator — Natalia Brito Leadman — Steven Cirocco Set Dresser — Jocelyn Rivera Set Dresser — TJ Legend - Martha McGuirk Fabricator — Joel Rock Fabricator — Kai Smiythe Automotive Consultant - Nicholas Bell SFX Supervisor — Tom Spera Costume Designer — Elise Velasco Costumer — Tess O’Melia Prawn Fabricator — Dragon Dronte Robot Fabricator — Alex In Wonderland Truck PA — Chris Sinclair PA — Henry Levine PA — Jackson Birnbaum PA — Eric Smolen PA — Alexander Clague PA — Laphale Black PA — Jose Ramos Catering — Bruce Schaefer Craft Service — Hannah Engle Stage Manager — Chris Taube Location Rep — Paula Montondo Motorhome Driver — Elvis Diaz PRINCIPLE CAST Riley Madincea Natasha Liu Bordizzo SUPPORTING / EXTRAS Young Jackson — Hudson Chen Bully — Oleta Tucker Bully — Ethan Ma Bully — Evander Goodman Civilian — Timothy Warneke Civilian — Michael Wolfe Civilian — Kenny Apel Civilian — Vinni Ratcliff Civilian — Ruth Banks Civilian — Aprilann Dais Civilian — Tattoo Betty Civilian — Ken Li Civilian — Cortland Wetzstein Civilian — Jarrod Sims Civilian — Ego Civilian — Lyssa Samuel Civilian — Kassidy Lynn Civilian — Duane Wallace Civilian — Timothy Warneke Civilian — De De Troit Civilian — Kyle Colton POST PRODUCTION Edit Producer — Alice Clarke VFX Artist And Compositor — Felix Geen Graphic Design - Tim Brockbank Sound Design - Aaron Taffel Color Producer — Gosia Herman|
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