WATCH: The Jonas Brothers' new music video for 'What a Man Gotta Do' and the classic films that inspired it

Kevin Jonas (Photo: Screengrab/YouTube)
Kevin Jonas (Photo: Screengrab/YouTube)

Johannesburg – The Jonas Brothers have released a new music video to accompany their latest track, What a Man Gotta Do, and it's making us want to grab some popcorn and re-watch some of our favourite classic films. 

For the video, the brothers have once again turned to their beautiful wives as co-stars/love interests, just like they did for their Sucker video in 2019. 

And while we were freaking out just a little watching the stars dance along to the upbeat song with their significant others, we were even more enthused that they turned to scenes from some of the most notable films as inspiration for the production.

We're talking Nick Jonas in nothing but a shirt and socks, Joe Jonas channelling his inner Danny Zuko, and Kevin serenading his love with a giant boombox. 

Check out the video here for What a Man Gotta Do, and then, if you're feeling nostalgic, take a look at the classic movies that inspired each scene. 

Nick Jonas takes on Risky Business

What's hotter than Tom Cruise dancing around in his underwear? Nick Jonas in his underwear, of course. Nicks scene in the music video was inspired by this classic moment in the 1983 classic, Risky Business

Joe Jonas channels Danny Zuko

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner have given us their take on the Born to Hand Jive from the 1978 film Grease, and we love it!

Kevin Jonas as Llyod Dobler

The moment in Say Anything where Lloyd Dobler holds a boombox above his head to serenade his love has gone down as one of the most romantic scenes film history, so it only makes sense that Kevin and Danielle should get to portray this. Check out the original scene here. 

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