Rachel McAdams Says No One at 'Eurovision' Cared About Their Netflix Movie

  • Rachel McAdams Says No One at 'Eurovision' Cared About Their Netflix Movie

Rachel McAdams Says No One at 'Eurovision' Cared About Their Netflix Movie

Given the state of the world right now, a little comedy would be the flawless antidote to distract us.

Demi plays a singer in Iceland who is the favorite to win the Icelandic Song Contest and earn a spot in the Eurovision Song Contest.

Most notably, Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams star within the ridiculously long-named Eurovision Tune Contest: The Story of Fireplace Saga, and you'll relaxation assured that the movie itself is each bit as bonkers as its outrageous title.

With cameos from UK Eurovision commentator Graham Norton and a host of Eurovision stars past and present, it's filling this year's gap in the Eurovision schedule perfectly.

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When aspiring musicians Lars (Will Ferrell) and Sigrit (Rachel McAdams) are given the opportunity of a lifetime to represent their country at the world's biggest song competition, they finally have a chance to prove that any dream worth having is a dream worth fighting for.

After showcasing the vocal stylings of the fictional characters, hungry for the global acclaim from the song contest, director David Dobkin turned the lens on the real Eurovision stars for a talent-stuffed "song-along" scene.

"Volcano Man" was the first single to be released from the Eurovision Song Contest movie and the artists credited as providing vocals are Will Ferrell and My Marianne. Whatever disappointment lays within the story unable to produce consistent laughs throughout though, the sweet nature and natural comedic sensibility of McAdams makes just enough of an impression.