‘Napoleon Dynamite’ flash mob at Sundance


The Deseret News reports that:

On Monday, a flash mob of dancers dressed as Napoleon Dynamite took over Main Street in Park City. In a video posted on Sundance Film Festival’s official X account, they wore shirts that read “Re-elect Pedro 2024” and busted out the hilarious moves from the famous dance scene in the 2004 film.

The flash mob’s performance came in preparation of the 20th anniversary of “Napoleon Dynamite” at Sundance.


20th anniversary of ‘Napoleon Dynamite’

“Napoleon Dynamite” hits its 20th anniversary this year. The film first premiered at the Sundance Film festival on Jan. 17, 2004, before its official release in June of that same year. Since then, it has grossed more than $46 million and become a cult classic, as reported by the Deseret News.