The Internet loves an intense, unique viral video. The Web also loathes anything fake. So the reviews are nearly 50-50 for this latest viral video. Some believe that the clip is real, and actually features a girl snowboarding down a snowy mountain in Japan only to unknowingly be chased by a very hungry bear. But many viewers believe it is fake. What do you think? Either way, this clip has gone viral with over 5.5 million views!
The world’s most popular movie rental and streaming site, Netflix, went all out this April Fools. First, they made a trailer for a special new documentary about Full House actor John Stamos. But it was really all fake. Then they ‘leaked’ this video of Stamos freaking out at the Netflix office when he ‘discovers’ the documentary was all just a gag.
Here’s the trailer for the fake docu:
Google is famous around the world for not only their search engine, but also for their innovative inventions, such as autonomous cars. In honor of April Fools, Google Nederland created this fake ad for a self-driving bike.
As you might have noticed, there is a new feature on YouTube available on specific videos that lets you click and drag to look around in 360 degrees. In honor of April Fools, YouTube Spotlight teamed up with none other than Snoop Dogg himself to debut their latest product, #SnoopaVision which lets viewers watch Snoop watch viral YouTube videos in 360 degrees.