Danny DeVito stars as a video director with a ballsy vision for One Direction. We're talking Sumo wrestlers, chimpanzees, gladiators, hula-hoops, lions, flamingos and, yes, giant explosive balls. It's a huge, ridiculous production, but it's so special that it brings rain to the desert.
Walk The Moon had their breakthrough through a brilliant little song and dance number, so it only makes sense they'd try something way bigger in their comeback clip. "Shut Up And Dance" is indeed bigger, but also weirder, funnier and more '80s than you'd expect. Singer Nicholas Petricca falls in love on the dance floor, thereby allowing us a window into his crazed imagination and a look at his ultimately s(l)ick dance moves.
Everybody Hurts. Even Will Smith's seemingly has-it-all son, Jaden Smith. "Blue Ocean" has the scion in a murky depression, possibly caused by co-star Kylie Jenner, or by listening to too much Drake and The Weeknd.
Can a group of cheery kids gets jaded New Yorkers break a smile on a crappy day? Can Sia update this track from Annie for something that can resonae with kids tuning into the 2014 movie remake starring Quvenzhané Wallis as the traditionally red-headed orphan?