These two guys were on Camano Island, Washington when a couple stole their boat and made their escape. Fortunately the thieves were caught because one of the boys was able to track them with a drone. Authorities were waiting on the next island to take the boat back and apprehend the criminals.
Movie advertising can be super annoying.
It can also involve lighting a drone on fire and flying it around.
While we're still not sure what we think about the new reboot of the not-done-well-yet Fantastic Four movie, we are sure what we think about flying fire drones.
They are rad.
The extremely cautious safety crew for this video pulls out a man shaped, highly flammable cut out attached to flying drones then zooms it around the dark night sky, looking like Johnny Storm on his way to the Baxter Building or to fight Galactus or whatever.
We're totally fine with this type of movie promotion because a.) It shows us something IRL we've never seen before and b.) It's probably better than the movie.
The worse thing about this video is how bored those operators look while flying a flaming drone:
At least they got into the spirit a little bit:
If this sold you on the new movie, or if you wanted to see it anyway, Fantastic Four opens Aug. 7.
Dronestagram is a single topic blog curating various surveillance images taken by the. U.S. spy planes that are processed in Instagram filters, accompanied by a brief description to tell the story behind each shot.