Upcoming movie`s promotional stunt goes viral

Upcoming movie`s promotional stunt goes viral

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(Photo taken from YouTube video) (Photo taken from YouTube video)
CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

The term "viral video" is overused.

But a video that's had 14-million YouTube hits in two days lives up to it.

The video shows a baby stroller that is left unattended on the streets of New York City.

At times it rolls around all by itself.

Bystanders peek inside to make sure the baby is alright, and get a shock.

What's inside is not quite a baby.

The so-called "devil baby" in the stroller is an animatronic doll.

It, and the whole stroller, is remote-controlled.

This was all set up by a "viral video marketing agency," Thinkmodo.

The video is meant to promote an upcoming movie called "Devil's Due."

A new movie's promotional stunt has got the Internet talking.

The movie, "Devil's Due," is a horror story of a couple that births the devil.

Watch the video here on YouTube. (Disclaimer: This video contains some vulgar behavior.)


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