As noted earlier, screenwriter and director Max Landis has released a wrestling themed production called Wrestling Isn't Wrestling, which went viral this week. The video runs over 20 minutes, and is a comedy-based story about Triple H's WWE career from his days as Hunter Hearst Helmsey, all the way to his present day run in The Authority.
Wrestling Isn't Wrestling also features several celebrity cameos. Macaulay Culkin, Seth Green, Josh Peck, Haley Joel Osment, Nocholas Braun and Darren Hayes all make appearances or are involved in the video. Former WCW Champion David Arquette is also seen on the short film.
Landis was able to secure several appearances from actual wrestlers, as well. John Morrison, Joey Ryan, Justin Roberts, Chris Hero, JTG, Shad Gaspard, Ryan Nemeth, Colt Cabana, Rankie Kazarian and Christopher Daniels were all included in Wrestling Isn't Wrestling.
Landis is an admittedly huge wrestling fan. He also co-wrote the 2012 hit film Chronicle. This looks to be a big year for Landis, as he wrote the upcoming films American Ultra, Me Him Her, and Mr. Right.
You can see the full video above. It does contain a lot of strong language, so it's not safe for work.