To promote the upcoming sequel to the movie '21 Jump Street,' Channing Tatum decided to parody a certain retro action hero in the viral video Jenko's Epic Split. Channeling his character, Tatum stands on something other than the ultra steady Volvo trucks Jean Claude Van Damme helped promote.
As the Jenko's Epic Split reads, "This test was set up to demonstrate the stability and precision of the food carts on the set of '22 Jump Street.'" Absolutely hilarious, it piggybacks on the success of one campaign and yet excels on its own. This is due in large part to the mishap that happens at the end, which is due to the fact that "it was carried out by unprofessionals in an open unsupervised area."
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The Jenko's Epic Split Video Mocks the Volvo Trucks Campaign
- By: Meghan YoungNov 22, 2013