When an embarrassing video surfaces before their high school reunion, Ian and Anthony go inside YouTube to try and rewrite history. Journey deeper into YouTube with the unrated cut and outrageous bonus content featuring Ian and Anthony, the creators of SMOSH, on the making of their first movie, Steve Austin on being the idol, Jenna Marbles on being Jenna Marbles and Michael Ian Black on promoting a certain type of comedy.
Alex Winter started as a child actor on Broadway and came to prominence in the wildly popular BILL AND TED franchise. Winter has directed two narrative features: cult classic FREAKED for 20th Century Fox and FEVER, for Lionsgate, which screened at Cannes. His TV credits range from MTV’s THE IDIOT BOX to Emmy-nominated work for Cartoon Network, as well as numerous commercials and music videos. Winter’s VH1 rock Doc DOWNLOADED has earned nationwide critical acclaim at theatrical and festival screenings. Winter’s latest documentary DEEP WEB recently had a critically acclaimed world premiere at SXSW and will premiere in the U.S. on the Epix network on May 31st, followed by a worldwide release on all platforms.
Anthony Padilla is a comedian and Internet personality, best known as half of the comedic duo behind SMOSH.
Born September 16, 1987, Padilla grew up in Sacramento, CA where he would later meet his best friend and comedic partner, Ian Hecox, in the 6th grade. Padilla created Smosh.com in 2002 as a destination for him and his friends to share funny content. The SMOSH YouTube channel was created in 2005 and their mega-viral rendition of the Pokémon Theme Song was uploaded only a few days after.
Padilla is vegan, an animal lover, and an advocate for healthy lifestyles.
Ian Hecox is a comedian and Internet personality, best known as half of the comedic duo behind SMOSH .
Born November 30, 1987, Hecox moved to Sacramento, CA during the 6th grade, and soon met his best friend and comedic partner, Anthony Padilla. Hecox and Padilla created the SMOSH YouTube channel in 2005 and their mega-viral rendition of the Pokémon Theme Song was uploaded only a few days after.
When not working on SMOSH, Hecox can be found playing video games, checking out fast cars, or watching reality TV with his German Shepherd rescue, Daisy.
Michael Ian Black regularly tours the country performing his ribald brand of humorous jokes and observations. Black’s latest special and CD, “Very Famous,” was released in 2011 and was followed by the nationwide “Black is White” tour. His first comedy CD, “I Am A Wonderful Man,” was released in 2007. Black is currently co-host of a popular podcast with Tom Cavanagh, entitled “Mike and Tom Eat Snacks,” and of a new podcast with Michael Showalter, “Topics”. He and fellow comedian D.L. Hughley host “Trust Me, I’m a Gameshow Host,” which debuted on TBS last fall.
Mark Fischbach, known by his YouTube username Markiplier, is an internet personality and video game commentator. As of April 16, 2015, his channel has over 7.4 million subscribers and over 2.1 billion total video views. Fischbach specializes in “Let’s Play” gameplay commentary videos and indie games, commonly of survival horror and action video games.
Harley Morenstein is the co-creator of the YouTube channel “Epic Meal Time”, where he and several other men indulge in crazy culinary creations. On the show Harley is known as the “Sauce Boss” where he has catchphrases such as, “A drippin’ that sauce” and “Bacon flip”.
Grace Helbig is a comedian, actress, author, talk show host, and YouTube personality. She is the host and creator of the it’sGrace YouTube channel, the audio/visual podcast Not Too Deep with Grace Helbig, and the comedy/talk show on the E! television network, The Grace Helbig Show.
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