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Parkour group marks 10 years on YouTube with 6.5m subscribers | bbc.co.uk | October 16, 2020

 The parkour group STORROR has spent the last decade building its YouTube audience, and now has more than 6.5m subscribers for their striking videos. Filmed in cities around the world, the group was recently asked to construct stunts and have performed in an action film by director Michael Bay. The seven-strong group, based in Sussex, say it has taken 15 years for them to achieve their level of skill and agility, and that young people wanting to take up the sport should learn from experts “from the ground up”… read more

Professional Parkour Team Launch Manhunt With £10K Prize For Anyone Who Finds Them | ladbible.com | October 13, 2020

Explaining the competition on their Instagram page professional parkour team Storror said: “All you have to do to win the money is find all seven of us and film the video and say the code words: ‘Storror Blackout Bounty’. It’s as simple as that – do that you win ten grand.” Simple, eh? The guys then go on to stipulate that whoever finds them must be within a 20m radius- so no trying to be smart and using a zoom lens – but no closer than 2m… read more

 

Parkour athlete pulls off unbelievable jump at Hamburg canal | yahoo.com | October 5, 2020

Drew Taylor is a 26-year-old parkour athlete and a member of the U.K.-based parkour collective Storror. When the group visited Hamburg in August, it was only inevitable they use the German city as their playground. For one spectacular stunt, Taylor jumps from a deck with perfect precision onto a dock post… read more

 

Extreme parkour: Drew Taylor & Toby Segar interviewed | nine.com.au/today | May 30, 2020

 

The extreme parkour team whose death-defying jumps caught the attention of Hollywood | cnn.com | May 22, 2020

Jumping between high-rise buildings, launching themselves off cliffs and gliding across rooftops are commonplace for parkour group Storror. The septet of British parkour specialists have amassed over 600 million views on YouTube and even worked on a Hollywood film. The group, which started on 10/10/10, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and over the last decade has filmed around the world, from Seoul to Madrid (a favorite destination). But with the world in lockdown changes have had to be made… read more

 

10 Things You Didn’t Know About The Making Of 6 Underground | screenrant.com | February 10, 2020

Storror is a British crew of free runners and parkour artists, who are famous for promoting their art through their YouTube videos and two documentaries. Ben Hardy’s character Three, similarly has a few scenes jumping and prancing around monuments in Florence. Michael Bay sought Storror’s help in choreographing and performing these scenes. He has apparently been a big fan of their work through their YouTube channel itself… read more

 

6 Underground: How Michael Bay Does Action with Bayhem | cbr.com | January 20, 2020

Behind the scenes footage from parkour group and 6 Underground stunt performers Storror shows Bay laying down beneath the arches as the athletes jump over him. The shot he ended up shooting is featured for less than 2-seconds because if there’s anything that Bay is better at than getting the perfect shot, it’s getting ten of them and intercutting them at a rate that ignores clarity in favor of pure thrill… read more

 

Michael Bay’s 6 Underground is Netflix’s craziest movie gamble yet | telegraph.co.uk | January 16, 2020

The film’s biggest stunt – Four scaling down the side the Duomo dome – was performed by members of the Storror parkour team and captured by drone cameras. According to co-writer Paul Wernick, it was Michael Bay’s idea. “We had a chase through Florence, and he was like, ‘Let’s roll through a museum, let’s parkour down the Duomo,’” Wernick told The Hollywood Reporter. “We’re just like, ‘Oh my god, yes!’” Another dizzying parkour sequence takes place across skyscrapers, cranes, and beams in Hong Kong (actually Abu Dhabi, standing in for Hong Kong), as Four escapes from a mission gone wrong, with stunts also performed by Storror… read more

 

The Real Skywalkers | youtube.com/netflix | December 22, 2019

 

The truth about those parkour scenes in 6 Underground | looper.com | December 13, 2019

Whether Four is leading a dictator’s goons on a thrilling chase across Hong Kong skyscrapers or sliding down the side of Florence’s historic Duomo — a scene that was filmed on-location on the roof of the actual cathedral — his action beats stand out as some of the best in the entire film. But what makes the stunts look so good? Looper talked to Toby Segar, a member of the parkour collective Storror, which did the freerunning stunts in 6 Underground, to find out… read more

 

Ben Hardy in Michael Bay’s latest action-packed thriller ‘6 Underground’ | metro.us | December 13, 2019

I worked with Storror, a very successful parkour crew in the modern world of social media and YouTube—they are just great athletes. What I found really interesting about training with them was just understanding their mindset, you have to be a very special kind of person to want to jump from one skyscraper to the next. For them, it was all about mental barriers. Any jump they do they first do on the ground level hundreds of times so they know up at that height they can make it… read more

 

Live performance by STORROR on NBC Today Show | youtube.com/todaynbc | December 12, 2019

 

Action-packed ‘6 Underground’ premiere in NYC | etcanada.com | December 10, 2019

Hardy made an epic red carpet appearance when he was joined by stuntmen from Storror, who performed crazy tricks and stunts off scaffolding. The short clip that Storror shared to its Instagram page features the team members flipping, jumping and ziplining all over the set, before landing on the red carpet joining Hardy… read more

Read the blog post about our parkour sequences in the movie here and watch our series of behind-the-scenes videos here.