Exclusive: Hummingbird trailer
Exclusive: Hummingbird trailer
Cameron And Miliband Face Tough Questioning From Paxman And The Public
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Jason Statham shows his softer side in exclusive trailer for Brit thriller Hummingbird, out UK 17 May 2013.
David Cameron and Ed Miliband have come through their first big election test. The pair were questioned on key policies by Jeremy Paxman and a panel of voters. Sky's Joey Jones has the story of the night.
A cool video has emerged of skydivers being dropped from the bomb bay doors of a B-17 Flying Fortress. In the footage, captured from helmet-mounted cameras and a camera on the bottom of the aircraft, the jumpers can be seen exiting the plane 5,000ft above a dropzone in Rochelle, Illinois, US. The iconic aircraft is operated by the Collings Foundation, a nonprofit organization that brings war aircraft to air shows across the United States. Each jumper made a donation of nearly $500 to the Collings Foundation in order to have the chance to make this once in a lifetime skydive, arranged by the Chicagoland Skydiving Center. "I've been skydiving for more than 30 years and a pilot for more than 20, and B-17 jump was one of the most incredible experiences of my life, as a pilot and a jumper, it's a privilege to have had a ride in this plane. Watching the bomb bay doors open below my feet was a sight I will never forget," said Mike Wood, Chief Operations Officer at Chicagoland Skydiving Center and one of the jumpers in the video. Although the footage was captured during the jump in July 2014, it has only recently emerged online. ++PLEASE NOTE: MUSIC IS ROYALTY FREE++ Music by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
This breath-taking footage shows the moment a group of skydivers were seen practising their best superhero impressions. Captured on camera, the three wingsuit riders appear to defy gravity as they soar through the air in formation over Teuge, Netherlands. But in a scene that would put Superman to shame, Dutch skydiving expert, Jarno Cordia, 36, is seen performing a series of incredible loop-de-loops whilst in mid-air. Known as carving, Jarno is able to make subtle adjustments to his body position to perform huge circular motions around the outside of his team’s flightpath. By combining streams of smoke from devices attached to their ankles, the group were able to create a stunning vortex of colour whilst travelling at speeds of around 120mph. However, learning to perform such a dangerous stunt is no easy task, as the group have logged over 8,000 jumps between them.
While filming a movie with some friends, this guy jumps and hits his head on the ceiling light, which causes the glass to shatter and cover the ground.
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