Fall Out Boy Release 'Irresistible' Video

. (Radio.com) Fall Out Boy got next in their new video for "Irresistible." In the clip, the guys don neon and some very short-shorts to prove that white men can in fact jump. We only wish Wesley Snipes would have been there to see it.

Or, maybe not. There's a whole lot of sloppy play in this video. Oh, so much traveling and underhand free throws. Snipes would have a field day with this.

Patrick Stumps even loses a hand, making his last name so true, it's almost not funny. What also isn't funny is how the guys were totally snubbed for a Best Song Oscar this year. In an interview with Radio.com, Stump even joked, "Our song was so obviously Oscar-worthy!"

Pete Wentz took the high road though, explaining, "We saw the list of songs that qualified for Oscars, and that was 79 songs. But it was amazing that we were able to work on this Disney film. I would never in a million years have thought that Fall Out Boy, this punk band from the suburbs of Chicago, would be involved in a Disney Marvel film." Watch the video here.

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