ICELAND – Will Ferrel is known for his comedic lense over to Europe. This time he is all set to bring a lot of fun to Netflix with his film Eurovision. To take parody to these Eurovision Song Contest. All are pretty much excited about this movie to see how it is going to be worked out.
The movie Eurovision shows the journeys of Aspiring Icelandic musicians. Lars Erickssong and Sigrit Ericksdottir as they are given the once-in-a-lifetime chance to represent their country at the world’s biggest song competition.
The starring of this movie include Sigrit Ericksdottir. Played by Rachel McAdams, Lars Erickssong played by Will Ferrell, Alexander Lemtov played by Dan Stevens, Erick Erickssong played by Pierce Brosnan. Later Johans Johannes role was signed to Haukur Johannesson, Katiana Demi signed to Lovato, Nina was signed to Natassia Demetriou and Janus Skoene played by Julian Miller.
Bjorn Hlynur Haraldsson, Nina Dogg Filippusdottir and Four Lions actor Mark Garvey are signed in but no report of their roles in the movie has surfaced out.
The filming for this movie has taken place between May and September of last year. It is tough to expect pictures while production work is taking place and even the trailer is yet to release.
So fans must except a handful of times for updates regarding this movie. Coming to the shooting of this movie, it is quite common that Netflix Originals. Are shot in 4K and so Eurovision should be available to stream in 4K.
So it will be quite amazing to all the viewers who have not seen the Eurovision singing competition show before. Before the trailers, the people can once check out the Eurovision singing competition videos to have an idea of how the movie is going to be.
A totally plausible and not at all trolling conspiracy theory puts forward that Netflix is deliberately trying to influence Eurovision to ensure an Iceland win in order to promote their Will Ferrell comedy, ‘Eurovision’, wherein the actor plays an Icelandic contestant.
The conspiracy, posted on Twitter with the claim that “someone at Netflix leaked this”, has a timeline that goes back to 2014.
— James (@jrawson) March 2, 2020
It contends that Rob Holley is not a real person but a fake account deliberately created with the sole purpose of reporting on Eurovision. Six years later, the account then tweeted the video to Daði Freyr’s ‘Thinking About Things’, and somehow convinced several celebrities to retweet it.
The conspiracy goes on to state that Daði Freyr won the Icelandic finals through a “sympathy vote”. Looking into the future, it predicts that Greta Thunberg will reference the song in a speech about climate change, “performing the dance on stage with Angela Merkel and Jimmy Carter”, and that Meghan and Harry will name their child “Dadi”.
Finally, in May 2020, Iceland will win the Eurovision Song Contest, and therefore boost promotion for Netflix’s ‘Eurovision’.
In response, Netflix UK & Ireland all but confirmed the conspiracy by stating: “We will not comment on rumour or speculation.”