In this corner are the Grenerds. Danny Kass, the two-time Olympic silver medalist as well as multiple U.S. Open and X Game winner, leds the pack with their latest "The Boned Age". The movie pays tribute to the cult classic "The Stone Age" and features the infamous Grenerds and their antics alongside world-class snowboarders like, Travis Rice, Lucas Mongoon and Benji Ritchie.“The Boned Age includes plenty of wipeouts, skits, and the freshest tricks in all aspects of the sport from Magoon creating new rail combinations to EJT--Experimental Jump Technologies,” said Danny Kass.
The Utah premier of "The Boned Age" takes place tonight (September 15) at The Hotel (155 W 200 S) Salt Lake City. The movie starts at 11 p.m. with DJ Felli Fel continuing the party until 2 a.m.
In the other corner is ten time X Games medalist or as the press release declares "the best all-around skier on the planet", Tanner Hall and his latest movie "The Massive". This might be an unfair fight as Hall resides near Park City and even includes street rail scenes filmed in Salt Lake. “From some of the scariest lines up in Alaska to slick urban rails down in Salt Lake City, we mixed it all in. It’s a really solid blend of progressive skiing backed by a soundtrack of my favorite reggae music. In a nutshell, that’s what ‘The Massive’ is all about,” said Hall.
"The Massive" premier goes down at 8 p.m. Thursday (Sept.18) on Lower Main Street (between 7th and 9th Street), Park City.
May the best planker win. (Joseph Bateman)