hold on, lemme just grab this FREAKING BASEBALL FLYING AT YOUR HEAD AT 100 MPH for a second ouchie my hand
her mouth is hanging open ldkjlgkj
I’d like to speak to you about the Avengers Initiative.
Longoria spent several hours in Bradenton one night in the middle of spring training filming a Gillette commercial with ESPN’s Kenny Mayne, then shot the viral video in just a few minutes, said Trevor Gooby, the Pirates’ director of Florida operations. Pirates employees had no idea what the commercial would be like.
"I shot the actual Gillette commercial for like six or seven hours that day and I’ve heard a few things about that. But that footage of me catching the ball there literally took two minutes to shoot on a handheld camera," he said. "It’s crazy. That’s how people become famous on YouTube. You put up a video that goes viral and before you know it, over a million people have seen it."
If you look closely you’ll see “Gillette” signs across the roof’s facade — those were computer graphics