Remember the nutty Kiwi somersaulting over some rugby posts in the picturesque mountains of New Zealand, whilst dressed as a rugby ball?
Well Air New Zealand have again proved they’re #CrazyAboutRugby by enlisting the help of some very special ‘Men In Black’ to help brief their passengers in their latest inflight safety video.
With what must have been a sizeable budget behind the video, Air New Zealand have reinvented the cult 1997 film with a video entitled ‘Men in Black Safety Defenders’, set to Will Smith’s iconic tune of the same name.
The video features All Blacks stars Dan Carter and Richie McCaw taking on the roles of M.I.B. Agents, while the rap is fronted by full-back Israel Dagg (Agent I) and New Zealand artist Stan Walker (Agent S).
Coach Steve Hansen and Kieran Read, Sam Whitelock and Kevin Mealamu are other top All Black players to star alongside the films’ Frank the Pug and Rip Torn, reprising his role as Agent Zed.
And see if you can spot the cameos from Michael Lynagh, Martin Johnson and Agustin Pichot.