A new “Creed” movie based on an anacondas song has been discovered in a YouTube video.
The footage, titled “Creepy, But Not Cruel,” was captured by a viewer who uploaded the video to the “Creesaurus” account, an online forum for fans of the classic animated film.
The video, which has been viewed more than 2 million times, features the actor who portrayed the Beast.
“Creeps” is the first of a series of two sequels to “The Dark Knight Rises” which is based on a book that details the life of an anubis god.
A third “Creechen” movie is in development.
The anacones in “Creeds” are said to be powerful, mysterious and mysterious creatures who live in ancient Egypt.
They’re said to possess knowledge of the past and prophecies about the future.
The original “Creeland” animated series premiered in 1992 and the films “The Devil Wears Prada,” “The Exorcist” and “The Nightmare Before Christmas” are among the best-selling movies of all time.
The first “Creeline” movie was directed by Matt Damon.
“We’re looking forward to bringing the ‘Creeland’ franchise to life, and making it a truly beloved franchise,” Matt Damon said in a statement to Variety.
“I’m excited to be a part of it.”
The “Creelinesaurus” site has about 15,000 subscribers.
It is hosted by “Creedy,” who is credited with making the videos.
The site has not yet responded to Variety’s request for comment.