Dylan Jardim choreographed a dance battle to showcase the Avengers, one of his favourite movie franchises; it is pretty epic!


Pretoria, South Africa – Dylan Jardim and Hloni Santawane choreographed various dances as a tribute to a love of the Avengers franchise. They featured Captain America, Thor, Iron man and the Hulk. The guys who live in Pretoria, are really talented and hope to inspire people with their fun video.

Each dance features several dancers pulling off battle-worthy dance moves and some cool effects to give the video a fun flair.

“This is our dance tribute to one of, if not the greatest franchise in the history of film, the story of The Avengers!

We have both been engrossed in this story over the past 22 movies and after watching End Game and a very satisfying conclusion to this incredible journey, the idea for this video was born!”

Avengers fans and dancers alike are loving the video, calling it super creative (Sorry, we couldn’t help ourselves).

“Guys it’s so cool. Keep being creative.” – Debbie Rakusin Dance

“Respect to ‘Hloni Yoboii Santawane’ and ‘Dylan Jardim’ dancing aside concept it’s great guys thanks for Blessing us with your creativity also shouts outs the whole group this looks, awesomeness guys” – Lawrence Rezlaw Passens

You can watch the cool video below. Let us know if you are a superhero fan and who is your favourite.

Sources: Facebook
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