Skip directly to content


Post News
  • Three years after the release of their last album, Green Day released three albums simultaneously, a trilogy collectively known as ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, and ¡Tre! The American punk band invited aspiring filmmakers to pick any song from one of their three new albums and create a music video to represent what the song means to them. The winner will not only have their video featured on Green Days's official website, but is also set to receive a Canon EOS 5D Mark III Digital Camera and be featured in an interview on Green Day's website.

    Additionally, four finalists will be picked, and each of their videos would be featured on the website as well.

    Kyle Stein won this contest with his animated music video "Nuclear Family." This was Kyle's first Flash animation, and as he was concerned an animated video wouldn't qualify for the contest, it must have come as a pleasant surprise when his video won both the winner and the highest voted. Good job, Kyle!

    Winner: Kyle Stein

    Below are the videos from finalists Eric Thomas Craven, Jacob Fitzgerald, Cristian Scardigno, and Jamison Donoho. Congratulations!


    Eric Thomas Craven

    Jacob Fitzgerald

    Cristian Scardigno

    Jamison Donoho

    View the rest of the submissions here!

    Filed under:
  • New photos added exclusively to Idiot Nation from Belgrade. Login to Idiot Nation to view them: HERE

    Filed under:
  • From Idiot Nation:

    Green Day was featured on the cover of Alternative Press Magazine back in September 2012. We are giving away 3 copies of the magazine featured #1 of the 3 collectible covers. More details on the issue can be found here.

    Winners will be chosen Tuesday, July 2nd. Only one entry per person will be qualified. Good luck!

    This contest is open to all Idiot Nation members!

    Login to enter at Idiot Nation: HERE

    Filed under:
  • Theo Stockman will play the son of Joan Allen and Anthony LaPaglia in the movie, currently in production.

    Rising actor Theo Stockman has joined Joan Allen and Anthony LaPaglia in A Good Marriage, the indie adaptation of Stephen King’s 2010 novella.

    The movie, currently in production, is being directed by Peter Askin and sees Allen play a woman named Darcy, who discovers the sinister and gruesome double life that her husband and the father of their two children, played by LaPaglia, has been living.

    Stockman is playing their son, a man who made a name for himself in the advertising world and

    Filed under:
  • Filed under: