Watch: Franco & Roberts in MEAN's Video for 'Go Outside' by Cults
The masterminds behind MEAN Supervideo, who brought us that rad Anna Kendrick-LCD Soundsystem collab last year, are back again with another custom music video. This one is for Cults' song "Go Outside" and stars Emma Roberts and Dave Franco. Not the older Franco? No, the same brother we saw in that Franco Family Christmas Greeting. Guess he can act, too! Here is the pitch: In the video, a man (Franco) obsessed with classic French films lives out his greatest cinematic fantasy when he embarks on a night of passion and thrills with the actress (Roberts) of his dreams. Yea, but not that far. Check it out below!
These MEAN guys are producing some really great work, I'm really loving it. I don't know how any can help but smile while watching this music video. Not only did MEAN also bring us that wacky Anna Kendrick-LCD Soundsystem vid, but MEAN Magazine was also behind those cult classic Cinemash videos where various odd mixes actors remade scenes from various cult classic movies. Good fun was had all around and I'm glad to see them still kickin' with great ideas and beautiful work. The "Go Outside" was directed by photographer and filmmaker Patrick Hoelck. Expect to see more MEAN Supervideo soon, but until then head to MTV.
He was on the last season of Scrubs as well...
Eric on Feb 22, 2011
I like Emma Roberts, she's beautiful.
Eric on Feb 22, 2011
lol@ guess he can act...i guess you're not aware of the fact he has been in movies and tv shows (scrubs, that movie with Zac Efron and many more)
Vshtabnoy on Feb 22, 2011
I've been a fan of the little Franco since he was the only funny part in the last season of Scrubs, its cool to see him stuff like this.
Scott of the Antarctic on Feb 22, 2011
Anonymous on Feb 22, 2011
hey i love the cults, weird to see them on this site but heck thats awesome too
Lachie on Feb 23, 2011
I love this so much. Please update the post if you find any behind the scenes videos.
TheRedOwl on Feb 23, 2011
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