Eurovision — the fabulous music and dance showcase the place European nations compete for glory — is canceled this 12 months because of COVID-19 issues. To be able to fill the Eurovision void in all our hearts, Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams don bedazzled jumpsuits and tackle the persona of Icelandic duo Fireplace Saga in an upcoming Netflix film.
Aptly titled Eurovision Tune Contest: The Story of Fireplace Saga, the film seems to be like a Blades of Glory tackle Eurovision, as Lars (Ferrell) and Sigrit (McAdams) show themselves worthy of competing on this planet’s largest music and dance competitors. Pierce Brosnan stars as Lars’ disapproving father, with Dan Stevens as attractive Russian competitor Alexander Lemtov.
Earlier than the primary trailer dropped, Netflix launched a music video for one in all Fireplace Saga’s in-universe songs. Titled “Volcano Man,” the digital tune options Will Ferrell’s ominous grunting in addition to hovering views of the Icelandic panorama. And it’d simply get caught in your head.
Eurovision Tune Contest: The Story of Fireplace Saga debuts on Netflix on June 26.
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