Maroon 5 faithfully do tribute to Bob Marley's "Three Little Birds" in this music video x commercial piece for Hyundai's 2018 FIFA World Cup campaign, highlighted by dance performances by anthropmorphic water, plantlife and other unexpected bodies.
Get ready to play a game of "Will the real Taylor Swift please stand up?" in this tricky and twisty sci-fi bonanza directed TSwift's visual assassin Joseph Kahn. The plot involves the pop star's current incarnation confronting cyborg replicant that's more than ready to break out her glass box and start kicking some ass on her behalf. Ready for it?
Either this video exists in a superfantastical world where the outlandish is the everyday, or Adam Levine is tripping his face off. You'll need to stay tuned to the end of this wild adventure to find out the answer.
"Look What You Made Me Do" may not settle the question of who the "real" Taylor Swift is, but it has a load of fun as she and director Joseph Kahn go for a multiple personalies concept played out in a series of massive set-pieces, each of which is bigger than most entire music videos.
Taylor Swift returns with a lyric videos delighting in their ability to reference Saul Bass, but mainly just delighting her massive fanbase who will devour this lyric video produced with her longrunning visual assassin Joseph Kahn.
A lonely, repressed business man finally throws cautious to the wind and lets loose at the office with some unfettered joy, thus transforming his entire world. Or, at least that's what he imagines he'll do.
The Grammys and the VMAs are probably the only two video awards most people care about — or, are the only ones the pass the "Does my mom know what this is?" test — and Taylor Swift has now won then both for "Bad Blood," directed by Joseph Kahn.
It's a fairy tale where Taylor Swift doesn't need to wait for any Prince Charming to save her in this latest epic collaboration with director Joseph Kahn. She just needs to decide to turn around and move on from her entanglements. That journey is anything but easy, however, as our heroine goes from the oceans edge to an icy peak and into a forest that's invariably filled with snarling dogs, menacing fire and malicious brances (note: I'd reference Evil Dead her, but why start the New Year that twisted, right?).
Can Taylor Swift and director Joseph Kahn do big and intimate at the same time in a video? Of course, they can. Welcome to Africa for this period piece where Taylor is a classic movie starlet falling into and away from her leading man, Scott Eastwood. Stay tuned through the end, since there's one last chance for romance at the fateful, yet chilly movie premiere.
And if you freeze frame that slate and get confused about it saying the director is G. Musterhausen and thinking Taylor is working with a dead man, you need to rewatch Kahn's "Knights Of Cydonia" and pay attention to the credits.
Welcome to EXTREME Girl Power. Taylor Swift, director Joseph Kahn and a seemingly countless amount of cameos — Rihanna, Ellie Goulding, Lena Dunham, Hayley Williams, Hailee Steinfeld... you get the picture] — do in four minutes what Sucker Punch tried to do in about 110.
Wouldn't be surprised if the budgets were similar.