Anna Kendrick Zaps Villains in MEAN's 'LCD Soundsystem' Video
Okay, you've got to see this! From the creators of the Cinemash series, MEAN Magazine, comes a new music video series made for MTV called Supervideo. Starting off with a bang is Supervideo: LCD f/Kendrick, combining diverse talents of Training Day creator David Ayer, Oscar nominated actress Anna Kendrick, and the music of the Grammy-nominated band LCD Soundsystem. The song "Pow Pow" from LCD's current album This Is Happening was used as inspiration for the narrative of the ethereally enveloped atmosphere with Anna Kendrick portraying a mysterious deity, "collecting the souls of wicked men." Check it out below!
Was that awesome or what? Thanks to MTV for the video. Supervideo: LCD f/Kendrick - This is the story of a mysterious woman (Anna Kendrick) and her entourage of lawyers and bodyguards as they travel through the underworld of Los Angeles to capture the souls of notorious villains. However, her true powers are not as they appear. As explained by MTV - Supervideo will give unique filmmakers the opportunity and artistic license to experiment with various music video formats: short form narrative, montage, animation, abstract and others, to the rhythmtoday's most exciting music. We'll let you know when the next cool video turns up!
Reader Feedback - 8 Comments
Nice! Love me some LCD Soundsystem. Kendricks does seem like an....odd....choice for this, but it works!
Voice of Reason on Nov 5, 2010
hmmm wouldn't exactly call the top of the W hotel in Hollywood the Los Angeles underworld but eh, whatever works!
LINKFX on Nov 5, 2010
it's pretty good. love the cute girl taking on the bad guys and that she seems she seems rather happy about it.
LINKFX on Nov 5, 2010
Crapola on Nov 5, 2010
she's hot. all i gotta say
KING on Nov 5, 2010
If that's what they call music now a days, I'll be starting up my new band tomorrow. Of course, Anna looks great, as usual (shwingggg) ..... 😉
Typhoon on Nov 5, 2010
Agreed with #6... the music was terrible.
case on Nov 5, 2010
wasn't overly impressed, but I do like the project.
dave13 on Nov 7, 2010
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