We weren't pretending to be Superman — we were pretending to be Rodney Mullen, Bam Margera, and Tony Hawk. In places like Rio de Janiero, Los Angeles, and Portland. Tony Hawk's Pro Skater came in like a storm, selling millions of copies, spawning one of the biggest franchises in video game history, and making the arcane lingo of skateboarding a second language to millions. And that's without mentioning the legendary soundtracks. Ralph D'Amato was the producer on the first eight Tony Hawk games, and wants to bring the story behind them to the screen.
You literally couldn't get any more rock than this. The Rube Goldberg of bands, this automated system uses a computer, MIDI, rocks, pleather, solenoids, and stepper motors to cover the Beatles' "Here Comes the Sun". Also included is a list of the band members, with each contraption getting its own credit in the description.