Current Colorado Springs resident Andrew Fischer landed on CNN.com earlier this week for a film endeavor on which he's working.
Fischer, as the article states, is the guy behind the 2005 eBay stunt in which he placed advertising space on his forehead up for auction, earning a cool $37,000.
Now, he's producing a film — partially shot locally — that brings YouTube's biggest celebrities together: people like Antoine Dodson and Double Rainbow Guy that along with the rest of this film's cast, are collectively responsible for some 2 billion page views, if you include copycat clips.
Here's the four-minute, teaser trailer for the film, called The Chronicles of Rick Roll:
And here's more info on the film from Fischer's Springs-based film and media production and marketing company, NURV.
I have a feeling we'll be following up on this project with more information soon.