Netflix has released a trailer for the much-anticipated comedy Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, which stars Will Ferrell, Rachel McAdams and Pierce Brosnan.

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The film was originally expected to be released to coincide with the Eurovision Song Contest this year, but as the contest was cancelled due to the Covid-19 emergency, the release date for the musical comedy was moved to Friday, June 26.

Brosnan, who was on the Late Late Show recently, said of his role in the movie: "It takes place in Iceland and Will and his girlfriend, they want to sing in the Eurovision Song Contest. I play Erick, the father, possibly 'the most handsome man in Iceland', as they say. And I'm a fisherman; I shun these kinds of foolish ways. 

"As boyfriend and girlfriend, living in this little community in Iceland, they could be brother and sister - so they're never quite sure! I play his father, and I've gallivanted around! I think it's a wonderful film!"

Graham Norton will also feature in the film, with the 57-year-old Cork man playing the role of a Eurovision commentator - a role he plays annually on the BBC.

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga will premiere on Netflix on Friday, June 26.

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