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  • David Blaine Proves That Magic Is REAL!!



    Okay not really, but he does do a super awesome magic trick!
  • David Blaine electricity stunt comes to an end



    Illusionist David Blaine ended his most electrifying performance to date, after having spent 72 hours dressed in a 20-pound chain mail suit, shooting purplish arcs of lightning out of his hands in unison with music.moreless
  • David Blaine's most electrifying stunt



    CBS News RAW: Magician David Blaine has teamed up with Intel to go toe-to-toe with one million volts of electricity for three days and three nights.
  • David Blaine: Vertigo


    In Vertigo, David Blaine's hour-long special which aired May 22, 2002, Blaine is lifted by a crane onto a 100-foot tall, 22-inch wide pillar in New York City’s Bryant Park. He wears no harness and has no safety net to protect him from the concrete below. After standing on the pillar for 36 hours, Blaine ends the feat by jumping off in front of 50,000 live spectators (including Howard Stern and the late Christopher Reeves), and landing on a layer of cardboard boxes. This death-defying stunt, has only been accomplished by Blaine to this day. This special also includes clips of his renowned close-up magic performances, such as refilling and resealing a crushed, empty beer can with beer by just tapping it with his fingertips. Blaine also reaches his arm through a jewelry store’s glass window and grabs a watch from the display case without breaking the glass.moreless
  • David Blaine: What Is Magic?


    David Blaine, creator of Street Magic, takes his unique brand of magic on a roadtrip, as he makes his way across the United States. He enters the Hurricane stricken Ninth Ward in New Orleans and changes some people’s luck by producing hundreds of dollars at their fingertips. Blaine brings his amazing magic to people who need it the most. When he returns home to New York City, viewers see him doing magic for some of his friends, including Orlando Bloom, world-renowned musician John Mayer and the Super Bowl World Champions New York Giants. Blaine also attempts a feat that ended Houdini's life, by taking a few punches by the toughest street fighter, Kimbo Slice. This all leads up to the most famous effect in magic, the Bullet Catch, in which David catches a .22 caliber bullet fired at point blank range into a small metal cup in his mouth. The Bullet Catch is considered one of the most dangerous feats of magic and many magicians have died attempting it. For the first time, the Bullet Catch was filmed using Phantom Camera technology, which shoot at 10,000 frames per second, allowing the viewer to see the bullet flying through the air right into the magician's mouth.moreless
  • David Blaine: Drowned Alive


    David Blaine was submerged for seven days and seven nights in a 10,000 pound water-filled sphere displayed for the public's viewing in front of NYC’s Lincoln Center. In this special titled Drowned Alive, Blaine survives for a week using tubes for air and liquids for nutrition. He concludes the stunt by attempting to break the world record of 8 minutes, 58 seconds for underwater breath-holding. Producers requested that Blaine attempt to simultaneously free himself from handcuffs and chains. At 7 minutes and 8 seconds, Blaine begins experiencing convulsions. He is finally pulled out at 7 minutes and 30 seconds after losing consciousness. Celebrities such as Chris Rock, Courtney and David Arquette, Anthony Kiedis are among the many spectators who filled Lincoln Center to support Blaine. In addition to the live event, the special features scenes of Blaine's innovative and amazing street magic. A group of children circle around Blaine as his untied shoelaces magically tie themselves back together. Blaine also visits the locker room of the NBA all-star game and performs for Kobe Bryant, Yao Ming, and Steve Nash. During his visit to the maximum security prison in Angola, Blaine bends the jail bars in front of a group of prisoners, stunning them with his "superhuman" strength. The show also includes clips of the strenuous training sessions Blaine took part in with the United States Navy Seals to prepare for his underwater challenge. Blaine even shares an intimate interview with legendary daredevil Evel Knievel. Drowned Alive aired on ABC television May 8, 2006, with the highest primetime rating for the 8-10pm time slot.moreless