Hell’s Club 2 is the latest clip from YouTube channel AMDS Films, who make incredible mashups of big name movies.
The new clip starts with the caption, "There is a place where all fictional characters meet. Outside of time. Outside of all logic. That place is known as Hell’s Club."
The following 18 minutes is a delirious mash up of movies that sees Daft Punk DJ to Luke Skywalker, Austin Powers, James Bond, Danny and Sandy from Grease, Rick Deckard, Robocop and many more, all whilst Tom Cruise makes the cocktails.
Daft Punk made another fleeting appearance on hit US cartoon Family Guy this week alongside music discovery app Shazam and Lana Del Rey.
In the skit — which you can watch in full below — Peter Griffin, Cleveland Brown, Joe Swanson and Glenn Quagmire are arguing over what track is being played on the jukebox in their local bar.
Daft Punk documentary 'Daft Punk Unchained' will finally be broadcast in the UK on BBC 4 on February 19th at 10pm.
Daft Punk Unchained, directed by Hervé Martin Delpierre, is the first independent film which explores the cultural phenomenon of Daft Punk.
The documentary is a joint collaboration between the BBC and Canal+ and takes an in-depth look at Daft Punk's meteoric rise from house and techno DJs in the early '90s, to grammy-winning producers with their last album, 'Random Access Memories'.
Daft Punk fan website Daft Bootlegs has dug up some absolute gems — check out these images of Daft Punk playing live without their masks!
The photos come direct from the duo’s first ever live tour, where Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel De Homem-Christo played shows at Global Gathering, The Carros Festival, Heavenly Social, London After Midnight and Tribal Gathering.
Here's a few of our favourites below, check out the whole set on the link above.
Ever wanted to own your own Daft Punk helmet? Of course you have, and now thanks to photographer Tim Bottchen and electronics maestro Greg Santacruz, you can see the inner workings of the famous headpieces worn by Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo.
Daft Punk’s remix of I:Cube’s ‘Disco Cubizm’ will be reissued in March by Versatile Records.
The record is the first in a series of 20th anniversary offerings from the Parisian label.
According to Resident Advisor, Daft Punk relationship with the label dates back to 1997 when they shared an office with Versatile founder Gilbert Cohen.
The duo’s remix has been remastered for 12-inch and features an unreleased DJ Gregory remix of Cheek’s ‘Venus Sunshine People’ on the flip side.
Listen to Daft Punk’s ‘Disco Cubizm’ remix below — the reissue is out 18th March.
The nominations for the 58th Annual Grammy Awards are in!
It's good news from UK artists including Caribou, The Chemical Brothers, Disclosure and Jamie XX who all picked up a nomination for Best Dance/Electronic Album, plus Above & Beyond who are up for Best Dance Recording.
Dubstep don Skrillex has nabbed a couple of nominations — one for his Jack Ü album with Diplo and the other for chart-topping single 'Where Are Ü Now' with Justin Bieber — whilst Major Lazer & DJ Snake's stratospheric hit, 'Lean On', failed to make the cut.
Everyone loves Daft Punk, right? Well, no matter how much you think you love the robots, we guarantee you that you don't love them as much as this man.
Djamal (pictured above) is the world's biggest Daft Punk fan. So much so, that he started his own website, Daftworld, in 2005 and has been offering up all the latest news, pictures and music from the duo ever since.
Ex-Daft Punk manager and Ed Banger boss, Busy P is marking 20 years in the French touch game this year, and has tripped out to London's XOYO for a three month residency to celebrate.
He's also whipped up a special BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix for the occasion, plus bought along fellow French legends (cue Para One and Cassius) to help him out behind the decks.