Melbourne comedy and music troupe The Janoskians first made their mark as hilarious stuntmen on YouTube, pushing the boundaries of fun and danger and causing some serious mayhem on city streets. Now they're quickly becoming musical sensations with hits such as 'Set This World on Fire' and 'Real Girls Eat Cake', so it's no wonder that these young men's fanbase is growing ever larger. As such, the most perilous thing about their daredevil antics is the fans, who have proven to be relentless and brutal on several occasions.
The Janoskians open up about their dangerous lives as comedy superstars in a new movie entitled 'Janoskians: Untold & Untrue'. When they arrived at the Beverly Center in LA during a standard round of meet-and-greets, for example, all hell broke loose when they were ushered past a line of teenage girls and they, a camera crew and several members of security had to cram themselves inside an elevator to escape them. This incident and more are documented in the new movie, directed by Brett Weiner ('The Screen Junkies Show', 'Honest Trailers').
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