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Madden Season commercial is EA Sports most insane creation

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EA Sports have just released a new commercial for Madden 15, and it is incredible.


'Madden Season' stars Kevin Hart trying to ruin Dave Franco's life in order to play the actor at the newest Madden game. It really as ridiculous and crazy as it sounds.

Hart shows up at Franco's house and slaps the 21 Jump Street actor in the face, then decides to key his car with the help of some Korean ladies.

Damian 'steal yo girl' Lillard

But that's just the start of the madness. The diminutive Hart wakes up Franco and his girlfriend from their slumber with the horn off a boat, before the now fed up aforementioned girlfriend leaves Franco for Damian Lillard - yes seriously - who unfortunately doesn't know how to work his expensive motorcycle.

Check out the insanity here...

Famous Faces

And then come the famous faces.

Franco goes full on crazy -- letting his house burn despite Harley from EpicMealTime''s warning -- while LeSean McCoy, Colin Kaepernick, Dez Bryant and Eddie Lacy rap at a party but all they say is "blah blah blah" intersperced with the odd shout of "Madden!".

Von Miller appears in the middle of things somewhere, there is a virtual Richard Sherman tackling Franco in an office involved, as well as a DJ rising out of a pool wearing a giant teddy bear's head.

Round of applause to the geniuses who came up with this. It truly is something i have never seen before. Now when's the second one coming EA...

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