Sometimes the only way to make a two-hour chase scene, in the desert, with massive rusted-out hulks trying to flip and blow each other up is to get all that out in the desert and film it. George Miller famously eschewed modern-day bandaids like green screens and computer-generated backgrounds in Mad Max: Fury Road, capturing nearly all the explosions, wrecks, and flaming guitars in real-time with a real camera. This supercut splices together pre-production test clips and footage from the actual film to remind you that if you want it look real, you better do it in real life.
In an alternate universe where Paul George practices Tai chi, Kevin Durant eats Corn Pops in the bathtub, and Draymond Green is allowed to be around any kind of balls, you get this new ad for NBA 2K17. To gear up for the gaming season, the basketball greats take a break from the offseason to assemble with a holographic Coach K at 2K headquarters. The game officially come out September 20, 2016 but is available four says soon when your preorder.