The Morning Watch is a recurring feature highlighting several noteworthy videos from across the web. They may be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, quick films, hilarious sketches, or something that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.
In this edition, watch what happens while Maverick from Top Gun is forced to pass up against MacGruber. Watch a trailer for an upcoming digital short chronicling the Stranger Things international excursion that the solid embarked upon, and listen in as Kristen Stewart breaks down her most memorable roles, starting from early functions like Panic Room to stardom in Twilight and past.
Funny or Die, prepare this trailer mash-up that perfectly imagines what it’d be like if Maverick from Top Gun needed to tangle with the cocky former Green Beret, Navy SEAL, and Army Ranger MacGruber. It’s the crossover you didn’t recognize you wanted, and in case you pay interest, you’ll see that we already gave it five stars, even though we haven’t visible it yet.
Next up, over at the Stranger Things YouTube channel, there will be a short documentary chronicling the exposure tour the young cast members embarked on around the arena. New York City, Rome, Japan, and Extra all hosted the cast of Stranger Things, and sometimes quickly, you’ll get to see what occurred; however, inside the intervening time, this trailer offers a tease of what’s in a shop. Finally, Kristen Stewart sat down with Vanity Fair to run through her whole career. She starts with a piece element in a Disney Channel original movie, runs through Panic Room, obviously covers Twilight, hits a few indie works like The Runaways and Personal Shopper, and comes as much like the reboot of Charlie’s Angels today.
With its roots firmly planted within the skate and surf communities, RVCA’s World Tour heads to Tokyo, bringing along its wider community of athletes and creatives for five days of events. This event collection builds upon the founder’s PM Tenore, who wants to carry the RVCA circle of relatives collectively to showcase the various aspects of the brand. The accessories and clothing label now fosters a worldwide revel, spreading from the beaches to the concrete jungle.
For the ultra-modern stop in Tokyo, RVCA will continue to attach its community to a range of cultural training intensives, public art exhibitions, film screenings, and plenty more. Surf photographer Zak Noyle will kick off the spectacle with limited-version garb drops from BEAMS, TP with Journal-Standard and Smith Street Tattoo Parlour, and Matty Matheson’s Freak Store food expositions. For those interested in the extra area of interest subcultures, peep the release of the Balance of Opposites skate video or witness the second installment of the Beautiful Losers artwork display, Now and Then – providing Mark Gonzalez, Tom Sachs, and lots of different iconic artists.