▼ CREW ▼
Executive Producers: Peter Shukoff and Lloyd Ahlquist
Producer: Atul Singh
Directed by: Nice Peter
Co-Director: Mike Betette, Kurt Schmidt
Written by: EpicLLOYD, Nice Peter, Mike Betette, Zach Sherwin, Dante Cimadamore
Senior Director of Studios: Michelle Maloney
Production Coordinator: Shaun Lewin
Song Produced by: Nice Peter
Mixed by: Nice Peter and Jose "Choco" Reynoso
Mastered by: Jose "Choco" Reynoso
Beat Produced by: ►Hollywood Legend Productions◄
and ►Blitz Beats◄
Video Editing by: Andrew Sherman, Ryan Moulton, Nice Peter
Assistant Editor: Josh Best
VFX and Compositing: Andrew Sherman, Ryan Moulton, Javi Sánchez-Blanco
Director of Photography: Jon Na
Costume Designer: Sulai Lopez
Costuming Assistant: Catherine Charpentier
Department Make Up Head: Ashlyn McIntyre
Make Up: Brittany White, Leanne Mucci
Art Department: Remington Brimmer, Eligh Macias, Gregory Paget
AC: Kurt Schmidt
Gaffer: Andrew Kurchinski
Music Supervisor/Playback: Dante Cimadamore
Grip: Andy Chinn
Production Assistant: Atoki Ileka & Edrei Hutson
Intern: Matthew Ciampa
Produced by Atul Singh for Maker Studios
Epic Rap Battles of History just released their latest video on June 14, 2016. This time, they have the world's most well known spy agent, James Bond (played by Ben Atha), versus the womanizing hippy spy Austin Powers (played by Nice Peter).
The two spies don't hold back anything in their raps, throwing in dig after dig, ranging from Austin Powers' almost laughable career as a spy to the constant recasting of James Bond's character, with Atha acting as the Daniel Craig version of Bond.
What isn't expected is the appearance of the original James Bond actor, Sean Connery, who is played by Epic Lloyd. Connery takes a dig at Daniel Craig's acting skills, stating that if he wanted to watch bad acting in a movie he "would watch Taken." As if things weren't already heated, Craig and Powers tag team and take a jab at Connery's misogynist complex, with Powers even going so far as to call him "rapey."
On top of the great rap banter, the production as well as the costumes for all three characters made the video even more entertaining.
"James Bond vs Austin Powers" is available on Amazon.
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