Will Ferrell Is Making A Fkn Strange Netflix Eurovision Motion Picture & Pierce Brosnan Is In On It
As if that prepared Netflix Eurovision motion picture couldn’t get any weirder, Pierce Brosnan is now joining Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams to play Ferrell’s father.
The Netflix funny about the well-known European music contest looks like a singing version of Blades of Glory, however the group behind it seem to have high expect the film.
Apparently Will Ferrell is one of the main driving forces behind the film, which means it’ll either be comedic gold or a hot mess. He’s the lead star, and composed and produced the movie, so here’s hoping it’s great. If not, it looks like Will is the only person to blame.
Although I kinda seem like the movie will be a flaming pile of trash, it is produced by David Dobkin who formerly dealt with Ferrell and McAdams on Wedding Event Crashers. So hopefully we get another movie of that calibre, however I’m not going to hold my breath.
Brosnan, who will forever be Sam Carmichael in Mamma Mia! to me, will play “the most handsome guy in Iceland”, duh!
He’s set to play Erick Erickssong, the daddy of Lars (Ferrell). However, Brosnan and Ferrell are just 14 years apart in age, so I’m not rather sure how that’s supposed to work.
I know he was likewise James Bond, however does that actually outrank the 2008 hit jukebox musical rom-com Mamma Mia !? I do not believe so. Pierce Brosnan is Sam Carmichael. Bond didn’t even have a funky ABBA soundtrack. Dull!
“When aspiring artists Lars Erickssong (Will Ferrell) and Sigrit Ericksdottir (Rachel McAdams) are offered the chance of a life time to represent their nation at the world’s greatest tune competitors, they finally have a chance to prove that any dream worth having is a dream worth fighting for,” the main Netflix synopsis checks out.
The film is presently in production at numerous areas in the UK and Iceland, and we’re pretty sure it should be released in time for next year’s Eurovision contest in May 2020.
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