Eddie Jones' World Cup promo vids destroy Barbie and Oppenheimer in box office
By Rugby Onslaught

Eddie Jones’ World Cup promo vids destroy Barbie and Oppenheimer in box office

The Wallabies have a number of challenges to overcome in the forthcoming days and months. In the immediate future, they have the challenge of facing a red hot All Blacks side at the Melbourne Cricket Ground tomorrow. On the horizon they have the World Cup, where they have a tricky pool with Wales, Fiji, Georgia and Portugal. But the biggest challenge of all will surely be keeping hold of head coach Eddie Jones with interest pouring in from Hollywood after the Wallabies released their World Cup promo vids.

While Barbie and Oppenheimer are the two films that are dominating the cinematic world currently, leading man Jones has released two films to challenge the current blockbusters. Rugby Onslaught’s esteemed film critics have encouraged Oppenheimer’s Cillian Murphy to get some acting lessons from Jones, while they have also said that they have seen more emotion in an actual Barbie doll than from Margot Robbie in Barbie. That is simply what Jones does to his opposition, as the All Blacks are about to find out.

Jones originally starred in the film ‘We love proving dads wrong’ and, after such a breathtaking performance, immediately reprised his role for ‘Mate, we’re not going to France for the croissants.’ Without wanting to give away too many spoilers, each film revolves around a confident Australia head coach ahead of the World Cup.

If the films are anything to go by, Jones is set to become the first person to ever win a World Cup and an Oscar, as we are already assuming that it will be a clean sweep for Jones at the film awards next year. Not only will he be the first person, but he will also do it in the space of six months.

Take a look at the films:

Jones’ first objective might at the moment just be to win a game with the Wallabies having lost their opening matches of the Rugby Championship against South Africa and Argentina. A win over the All Blacks is what Jones will be desiring the most, and he has put his trust in No10 Carter Gordon for the match, handing the 22-year-old his first Wallabies start.

Wallabies XV:
1. Angus Bell
2. David Porecki
3. Allan Alaalatoa
4. Nick Frost
5. Will Skelton
6. Jed Holloway
7. Tom Hooper
8. Rob Valetini
9. Tate McDermott
10. Carter Gordon
11. Marika Koroibete
12. Samu Kerevi
13. Jordan Petaia
14. Mark Nawaqanitawase
15. Andrew Kellaway

16. Jordan Uelese
17. James Slipper
18. Taniela Tupou
19. Richie Arnold
20. Rob Leota
21. Nic White
22. Quade Cooper
23. Izaia Perese