Look, before I even start writing about the #GetOutChallenge I am going to tell you right now that if you haven’t seen this film YOU ARE MISSING OUT! Go watch it. Like immediately. Like next showing immediately.
Now that we’ve got that out the way, let’s talk about these random videos of people running that you’ve seen on your Twitter timelines.
The #GetOutChallenge originates from a specific scene in the film where a character named Walter begins running in full sprint toward the main character, Chris, then immediately makes a sharp turn to avoid him.
And that is basically what the #GetOutChallenge is. A full sprint toward the camera with an immediate sharp turn.
Here are some of the best we’ve seen online.
— Getoutchallenge (@getoutchallenge) March 5, 2017
Bend those corners.
— locksmithsplit. (@SplitDizzy) March 6, 2017
— Antonio (@FreakyMane_) March 6, 2017
The pinpoint accuracy of this one.
— Hashirama Senju 🙏🏾 (@Zero_N_Bless) March 6, 2017
Even Stephen Curry got in on the challenge.
The #GetOutChallenge has also created a series of response GIFs and memes to certain scenes within the movie.
That teacup will have you running that 4.22 speed.
— Gar Broke TheKingdom (@BullsKingdom) March 5, 2017
I have a feeling tea won’t be as popular anymore.
— sianne (@lonelyabstract) March 5, 2017
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy would be a pretty good analogy for this film.
Me: Yo momma house big as hell, what she do for a livin?
White Friend: She’s a psychiatrist.
— Hollywood (@ScottHuego) March 5, 2017
Are you going to try your hand at the #GetOutChallenge?