The Sequel to the Art of Flight? Here’s 15 Things We Know About Travis Rice’s Next Spectacular
The teaser for the sequel to the biggest snowboard film of all time has just dropped... and it looks gigantic
The sequel to the most famous snowboarding movie in the past decade is almost ready to hit the big screen, and the preview has just dropped.
Art Of Flight first hit our screens back in 2011 and since then has become short-hand for high-budget snowboard films. Anybody that's spent any amount of time arsing about on snow will have seen the film at least once.
Most of us have ran out of enough fingers to count the times we've sat there, watching Travis Rice and pals hooning around, nipple deep in powder.
So, as you can imagine, the excitement already generated the the teaser for the new film, titled The Fourth Phase, is greater the time the tabloids got hold of up-skirt pics of the old man from the John Lewis Christmas advert.
Details about the new movie are pretty vague at the minute, other than the fact that the global premier will be on 2nd October 2016.
But fear not, dear reader. Since it dropped late last night, we've watched the Fourth Phase teaser a bunch of times, and this is what we've learnt so far:
1) Travis Rice Is Back
...and he's sleeping. Shhhh...
2) There Are Epic Landscapes
3) ... Lots Of Epic Landscapes
4) ... To The Point Where They're Just Showing Off
5) The Crew Hit Up Japan On Their Travels
Possibly because Japan was the only place with any snow in 2015
6) There Will Be Some Massive Riding
7) ... And Tonnes Of Style
8) People Will Defy Gravity
9) ... And Not Always On A Snowboard
10) There Will Be Shots of People On Helicopters
11) ... And Shots Of Helicopters From Other Helicopters
12) And Shots of Nature
Because the environment is important...
13) Maps Will Be Studied To Avoid Things Going Wrong
14) ... And Thing Will Still Go Wrong
15) ... But They'll Also Go Very, Very Right
Now this teaser has whet our appetite, we can't wait to see the full thing. Fourth Phase is going to be absolutely gigantic. Will it become the classic that Art Of Flight has? Well, only time will tell, but it certainly seems to be made from many of the same, incredible ingredients.