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Will Ferrell & Rachel McAdams Play an Icelandic Music Duo in ‘Eurovision’ Film: Watch the Trailer

Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams are taking on Eurovision in Netflix’s upcoming comedy, Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, and the first trailer dropped today (June 11).

The clip shows Ferrell and McAdams, who play Lars and Sigrit of budding Icelandic musical duo Fire Saga as they haphazardly work toward their dreams of winning  of the world’s biggest song competition.

Demi Lovato is also involved in the movie and will perform “In the Mirror,” an original song for the movie’s soundtrack.

The David Dobkin-directed film, which also stars Dan Stevens, Lovato, Pierce Brosnan and more, will be available for streaming on June 26. Watch the trailer, and the hilarious music video for Fire Saga’s “Volcano Man” below.

 

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