Waiting For Lightning, Danny Way’s bio-pic premiered last night, April 10th, at the ArcLight Cinerama Dome in Hollywood. The turn out was good, and so was the response.
For ten years Way has been in the process of building a Mega ramp in his Kauai backyard. He’s finally done. Waiting For Lighting is the story of how it came to be, with special appearances by many, including Colin McKay, Brian Harper, Christian Hosoi, Skin Philips, Jacob Rosenberg, J. Grant Brittian, Jake Phelps, and more.
We’ve got the trailer and some pictures from the event below.
Think skateboards has been promoting their newest video since 2007. Finally, after a distribution change from Street Corner to Strange Bird and team changes, Business As Usual was unveiled at The Independent in San Francisco on Monday, April 2nd. A full house got to see the long awaited video.
The film opens with Josh Matthews, closes with Lee Yankou, and features other notable parts from Adrian Williams and Jeremy Reeves. Watch the trailer below.
Business As Usual premiers online at Thrashermagazine.com on April 13th. Now check out the trailer and some photos from the event.
Skate Warehouse likes knowing what’s going on in the industry, and in as much we like keeping you posted. So check out the industry highlights below.
It was announced that Jim Greco will no longer be riding with Krew and has moved to Dickies, along with Tom Remillard, Kevin Terpening, and Vincent Alvarez. Penny Skateboards announced that Nick Rozsa is the brands first signed athlete. Santa Cruz Skateboards strengthened its team with Shuriken Shannon and two signature models are already in the making. Jeff Lenoce joined up with Axion, Momentum Wheels welcomed Larelle Gray and Jamie Palmore, and Dennis Durant left C1rca. Lee Yankou recently became the newest Osiris team member, Kevin Shealy joined the ranks of Hype! Skateboards, and Windsor James has gone pro with Mystery.