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Jean-Claude Van Damme Did His Most Epic Split Yet in Space

March 1, 2014 (12:00 am) GMT
Dressed up as an astronaut, the 53-year-old actor did the gravity-defying stunt in between two satellites.
Jean-Claude Van Damme Did His Most Epic Split Yet in Space

recreated his epic split on top of two moving Volvo trucks, taking it high above and higher than the sky. The actor balanced himself in between two satellites floating in space for a new parody.

The ""-inspired spoof was created by Linh Mai and Last Cause Films. It showed Van Damme in astronaut suit, defying gravity with an epic split before floating off. The same narration and song from the Volvo ad were used.

"I've had my ups and downs," the 53-year-old's voice was heard. "My fair share of bumpy roads and heavy winds. That's what made me what I am today. Now I stand here before you. What you see is a body crafted to perfection. A pair of legs engineered to defy the laws of physics and a mindset to master the most epic of splits."

Since his Volvo commercial had been released and became viral last year, celebrities like and had tried to top off the stunt with their own epic split. Tatum tried to balance between two food carts and made a horizontal split as they were moved farther apart. Norris imitated the split in between two flying planes in a video created by a Hungarian animation firm Delov Digital.



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